Reece James

An assist is surely coming for Reece James.

The Chelsea wing-back ranks third for xAssists and fourth for key passes of all defenders in the Premier League so far this term, despite not yet actually setting up a goal.

Considering that only six players teed up more goals in the whole division last season, it seems a matter of time before he manages one this time around.

The visit of Leicester, who have conceded the most goals in the division so far, looks like the perfect opportunity.

Mohamed Salah

Salah has had three shots on target from three matches so far this season, scoring from two of them.

The Egyptian led the way for shots on targets last season as well, so we can expect him to threaten considerably when Liverpool take on Bournemouth on Saturday.

Bournemouth haven’t been able to get near either Man City or Arsenal in their last two matches, conceding 33 shots across the two games.

It’s difficult to imagine them keeping Salah quiet at Anfield.

Erling Haaland

It feels like Haaland has made a relatively quiet start to life at Man City, yet only Rodrigo has scored more goals so far this season.

The Norwegian also comfortably leads the way for xG – posting 3.90, with second place on 3.37 – and is third for shots.

As City’s designated penalty-taker, too, he is always going to be a very good bet to get on the scoresheet.

Crystal Palace are yet to keep a clean sheet this season, conceding first in two of their three matches.

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