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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock this weekend.


Leicester v Watford: Gerard Deulofeu

Watford have conceded just two first-half goals in eight away games this season, while Leicester haven’t scored the first goal in a league match at the King Power since the second weekend of the season.

Deulofeu squandered presentable chances in the early stages of the Hornets' last two away games, so is worth backing to make an impact in this one.

The Spaniard has scored just once since his return from injury in October, but is playing as a central striker and ranks highest of all Watford players for xG per 90 minutes this term.

Adam Drury

Newcastle v West Ham: Fabian Schar

West Ham have shipped the first goal in five of their last seven matches in all competitions.

Newcastle have won three on the spin, bagging first in each of those games, so it makes sense to go with the hosts here.

Both of their goals against Burnley came after efforts from defenders and, in what looks like being a game with few chances, Schar could be a crucial point of difference to secure the whole prize.

Will Rook

Arsenal v Spurs: Dele Alli

Arsenal have struggled to get going early on in games all season and are still yet to lead a league game at half time, so a Tottenham player is the way to go here.

Alli looks a good bet to get on the scoresheet, having bagged the first goal in the 3-1 win over Chelsea last weekend.

The Englishman has found form while starting in Spurs’ last four games, and he’s scored against Arsenal before in a 2-0 win at White Hart Lane in 2017.

Jack Green

Liverpool v Everton: Mohamed Salah

Boring, I know, but hear me out.

Salah has scored in four of his last five Premier League matches, all of which have been the first goal of the game.

He's also only failed to hit the net at home to Man City, with four of his five league goals at Anfield breaking the deadlock.

If all that wasn't enough, he even scored the first of the match in this fixture last season.

Tom Clee

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