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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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Bournemouth v Burnley: Callum Wilson

Burnley have taken the lead in just four of their 16 away games in the Premier League this season.

Bournemouth have only failed to score in three of their 20 matches in all competitions at the Vitality Stadium.

Wilson has netted two goals in his last three home games for the Cherries and averages 1.7 shots inside in the area per game, so chances should come his way.

Will Rook

Huddersfield v Leicester: James Maddison

Huddersfield have failed to score in nine of their 16 home matches, so picking one of their players is not an option here.

And after he scored first in their last away game at Burnley, Maddison looks a nice selection for Leicester.

The midfielder has now scored six goals this season and ranks 16th for shots per game in the Premier League.

Adam Drury

Newcastle v Crystal Palace: Salomon Rondon

Newcastle have won their last five Premier League games at St James' Park, beating Cardiff, Huddersfield and Burnley to nil.

Rondon has scored in three of those, making him the Magpies' top scorer this season.

Of the eight league matches he's scored in, he's broken the deadlock in six and got Newcastle's first of the game in the other two.

Tom Clee

Everton v Arsenal: Aaron Ramsey

Providing his injury against Newcastle on Monday night was just cramp, Ramsey looks a great choice to open the scoring at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Arsenal have won three successive games to nil in all competitions, finding the net inside half an hour in all three.

Ramsey got the opener against Newcastle, and has scored in three of his last four appearances against Everton, including a hat-trick in February 2018.

Jack Green

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