Kieran Trippier

Trippier ranks top among all Premier League defenders for xAssists so far this season.

He also leads all defenders for key passes this term, ranking sixth in total across the whole Premier League.

A tally of one actual assist does no justice to his creativity, and he is a good bet to tee up a teammate against Everton on Saturday.

Mohamed Salah

Like Trippier, Salah’s underlying numbers are not yet translating into actual goals and assists.

The Egyptian has posted an xG of 5.39 this season, the seventh-best in the Premier League, but has scored just three goals.

A meeting with Leeds, who he has scored five goals in two home games against, looks a good one to get him going again.

Erling Haaland

It feels like it’s been a quiet week for Haaland after he only scored twice against Brighton and failed to net at all in 45 minutes against Borussia Dortmund.

In reality, that brace last weekend increased his Premier League goals tally to an incredible 17, just six away from last season’s Golden Boot-winning tally.

He still leads the division for xG and shots, so more goals are likely against Leicester.

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