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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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Crystal Palace v West Ham: Luka Milivojevic

Crystal Palace have scored the opening goal in six of their last eight matches at Selhurst Park, including against Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round.

Milivojevic is Palace’s designated penalty taker and has scored seven goals in his last 16 league appearances, having opened the scoring from the spot against Fulham last weekend.

The Eagles have been awarded seven penalties this season – the second-most in the Premier League – and with Wilfried Zaha, the second-most fouled player in the Premier League, in their team, this makes sense.

Will Rook

Liverpool v Bournemouth: Sadio Mane

Mane has opened the scoring inside 20 minutes in each of Liverpool's last two and has four goals in his last five at Anfield.

He's also broken the deadlock in both of his appearances for the Reds against Bournemouth, so he looks a wise pick this weekend.

The Cherries have lost eight away games in a row, conceding a total of 21 goals and scoring just three (none of which were the first of the game).

Tom Clee

Tottenham v Leicester: Son Heung-Min

Tottenham have scored the first goal in eight of their 12 home league games this season, while Leicester have conceded first in eight of 13 on the road.

Son has emerged as Spurs’ top attacking threat in the absence of Harry Kane, bagging nine goals in his last 10 appearances.

The South Korean international scored the only goal of the game against Newcastle last weekend and opened the scoring when Spurs travelled to Leicester in December.

Jack Green

Manchester City v Chelsea: Kevin de Bruyne

If you are after an alternative to Sergio Aguero, who is bound to be the popular pick, De Bruyne is a nice selection.

The Belgian has scored in three of his last six matches at the Etihad Stadium, and has a great record against the top six, dating back to last season.

He netted against Tottenham and opened the scoring against Arsenal on home turf last term, as well as scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

Adam Drury

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