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


Bournemouth v Leicester: James Maddison

Bournemouth have conceded first in their last three Premier League matches, so I’m looking at Leicester to grab the opener.

Maddison has impressed in all four of his appearances for the Foxes and opened his account against Wolves last month.

He has taken eight shots so far this season – the equal-most in the Leicester team – so is a good shout to open the scoring.

Will Rook

Newcastle v Arsenal: Alexandre Lacazette

Newcastle have conceded the first goal in four of their five matches in all competitions this season, so it’s best to focus on the visitors this weekend.

Lacazette started the season on the bench for Arsenal but has forced his way into Unai Emery’s starting lineup with some impressive displays.

He scored the winner in the 3-2 away win over Cardiff before the international break in what was his first start of the season, and looks a good choice to grab an early goal at St James’ Park.

Jack Green

Watford v Man Utd: Troy Deeney

After he scored against Tottenham a fortnight ago, four of Deeney’s last seven league goals have come at home to top-six sides.

Against Manchester United, who have problems at centre-back, the Watford captain is a good bet to extend that sequence.

Jose Mourinho’s defence conceded three goals at Brighton in their first away match of the campaign, and Deeney will relish taking them on in a physical battle.

Adam Drury

Everton v West Ham: Issa Diop

West Ham have twice taken the lead this season despite failing to pick up a point, so it could pay to focus on them on Sunday.

Everton fell behind against Huddersfield the last time they played at Goodison Park and have already conceded six goals in four games, three of which have come from corners.

Issa Diop scored against AFC Wimbledon in the EFL Cup at the end of last month and, at 6ft 4in, will be the Hammers’ biggest threat from set pieces.

Tom Clee

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