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

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West Ham v Crystal Palace: Lucas Perez

With Marko Arnautovic likely to miss out with injury, expect Perez to pick up where he left off against Cardiff on Tuesday.

The summer signing scored twice in that match after replacing the Austrian in the first half, taking his tally to four goals from just nine appearances this season.

Palace haven’t taken the lead in any of their last six away matches, so are unlikely to offer too much in attack from the start.

Adam Drury

Chelsea v Manchester City: Riyad Mahrez

City have an excellent record away to top-six rivals, but the depth of their squad means picking a first goalscorer can be tricky.

Mahrez has started all of their big games this season and has scored the most away goals in their squad.

That included the only goal of game against Tottenham at Wembley, while he could quite easily have made the difference at Anfield from the penalty spot.

Tom Clee

Leicester v Tottenham: Harry Kane 

Boring, I know, but you’d be better off finding your point of difference elsewhere.

Kane has netted in his last three Premier League matches, including the opener against Southampton in midweek, and has a remarkable record against Leicester.

He has scored seven times against them in his last three games, scoring first in two of them.

Tom Bowles

Newcastle v Wolves: Salomon Rondon

Newcastle have won three and drawn one of their last five matches, scoring the opening goal in all four of those games.

Rondon bagged first at Everton on Wednesday and also scored a brace in the Magpies’ last home win, against Bournemouth last month.

If that wasn’t enough, Wolves have conceded the first goal in five of their last seven matches.

Will Rook

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