Trent Alexander-Arnold

Despite Liverpool’s struggles, Alexander-Arnold has been a constant threat.

The Liverpool full-back leads the way for key passes of all Premier League defenders so far this season, ranking third for xAssists.

Those numbers will surely be rewarded with an assist soon, and a trip to Goodison Park offers him a good opportunity.

The Toffees rank fourth-bottom for xG against in the Premier League.

Raheem Sterling

After a slow start, Sterling is beginning to motor for Chelsea.

The summer signing has scored three goals in his last two games, including the opener in both.

His underlying numbers are good, too, with only six players registering a higher xG in the Premier League so far this season.

West Ham have gone behind in four of their five matches this season, so another Sterling opening goal could be on the cards.

Erling Haaland

Everything that opposition fans feared about Haaland is coming true.

The Norwegian is putting up robotic numbers in front of goal, scoring nine times in five games and leading the way for xG and shots.

His shots on target percentage of 54.5 is also extremely impressive.

Aston Villa have conceded the fifth-most shots on target in the Premier League, and we can expect them to be busy against Haaland here.

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