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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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West Ham v Leicester: Youri Tielemans

West Ham have scored the opening goal just twice in their last 13 matches in all competitions – both Mark Noble penalties – so can’t be relied on here.

Leicester have opened the scoring in four of their last five games, with Tielemans bagging the first goal twice.

The Belgian averages 2.4 shots per game for the Foxes – more than any other player – so is likely to be a threat again.

Will Rook

Newcastle v Southampton: James Ward-Prowse

Southampton have scored the first goal in five of their last six Premier League games, so they’re the team to side with on Saturday.

Ward-Prowse has scored six goals in all competitions this season, three of which have come in his last six appearances.

Newcastle have conceded from three penalties in their last six Premier League matches, and Ward-Prowse will be on duty from the spot for Southampton if Danny Ings is off the pitch.

Jack Green

Everton v Manchester United: Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Manchester United are in bad form defensively, conceding nine goals in their last four away games, so side with an Everton player here.

Calvert-Lewin seems an obvious pick, having started seven consecutive matches in the Toffees’ attack.

In that time, he has scored the opener at Newcastle and assisted his team’s winner at home to Arsenal last time out at Goodison Park.

Adam Drury

Cardiff v Liverpool: Mohamed Salah

There are games when you should try and avoid the crowd, but this isn't one of them.

Salah has scored the first goal of the game in five of Liverpool six games against the current bottom four.

After his belter against Chelsea last weekend, it would be a big risk to look elsewhere.

Tom Clee

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