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


West Ham v Manchester City: David Silva

West Ham have conceded 13 goals in three meetings with Manchester City at the London Stadium, so you’d be brave to look beyond the visitors on Saturday.

The champions boast plenty of potential first goalscorers but, on this occasion, David Silva could be the savviest selection.

The Spaniard has five goals in his last eight matches, including the opener against Manchester United last time out, and three in his last four against West Ham.

Tom Clee

Tottenham v Chelsea: Alvaro Morata

Spurs’ sketchy results at Wembley this season – they have conceded first five times in seven appearances in all competitions – mean I’m plumping for a Chelsea player on Saturday.

And while Morata missed a sitter for Spain against Bosnia in midweek, his form for Chelsea is good.

He has netted three times in his last three league appearances, including the opener at Burnley in the Blues’ last away outing in the league.

Tom Bowles

Bournemouth v Arsenal: David Brooks

Arsenal have struggled to get going early on in games all season and have conceded first in each of their last four, so it’s worth chancing a Bournemouth player here.

Brooks has started all but one of the Cherries’ 12 Premier League matches this season and has bagged three goals, two of which opened the scoring.

Only Callum Wilson has averaged more shots per game than the Welshman for Bournemouth this season, and he should have plenty of opportunities to score against an occasionally shaky Arsenal defence.

Jack Green

Burnley v Newcastle: Salomon Rondon

Burnley are averaging just 2.5 shots on target per game in the Premier League this season – fewer than any other side – and have failed to score in three of their last four matches.

Back-to-back victories and three goals in two games for Newcastle mean we’re going with the visitors on this occasion.

Rondon bagged a brace against Bournemouth last time out and his physical presence will be a threat in a game where the ball is likely to spend a lot of time in the air.

Will Rook

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