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

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Cardiff v Bournemouth: Sol Bamba

In an admittedly tough run of fixtures, Bournemouth have conceded first in all of their last seven away matches.

And given that no team has had more shots from set-pieces than Cardiff in the Premier League this season, one of the hosts’ defenders could prove a decent differential pick here.

Bamba has two goals already this season, and is often in the mix of things from corners and long throws.

Adam Drury

Leicester v Man Utd: Marcus Rashford

United conceded first for the first time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Burnley, but I fancy them to open the scoring here.

Solskjaer is likely to revert to his first-choice front three for the match, with Rashford – who played wide in midweek – returning to the central striker role that brought him four goals in his previous four games.

The 21-year-old has also netted the game’s first goal in two of his six league appearances under Solskjaer.

Tom Bowles

Manchester City v Arsenal: Sergio Aguero

Arsenal have lost four games in a row against Manchester City, falling behind inside 19 minutes in all of them.

Aguero scored after just 24 seconds against Newcastle on Tuesday and is a shrewd, if obvious, pick this weekend.

Of the eight goals he's scored against the Gunners in all competitions, six have been the first of the game.

Tom Clee

West Ham v Liverpool: Angelo Ogbonna

Liverpool have shipped 40 per cent of their league goals this season in their last five matches, including three against Crystal Palace.

The Reds have conceded the opener in three of their last six away games in all competitions and will be again vulnerable defensively, with Trent Alexander-Arnold doubtful and Joe Gomez unavailable.

Jurgen Klopp’s side conceded from a set-piece against Leicester and could do so again at the London Stadium, with Ogbonna sure to make his presence felt in the box.

Will Rook

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