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

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ARSENAL v WEST HAM: Mesut Ozil

It would be easy to plump for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang here, but it could pay to look elsewhere.

The Gabonese's finishing was off last weekend, and he also failed to find the net at home to West Ham in April despite a run of nine goals in 10 matches to end the season.

Mesut Ozil, however, has scored three in his last four appearances against the Hammers, all of which just so happened to be the first goal of the game.

Tom Clee

WATFORD v CRYSTAL PALACE: Luka Milovojevic

Wilfried Zaha won three penalties against Watford in a four-match spell between 2012 and 2015, and he has continued to terrorise them in subsequent meetings.

He was wrongly denied a spot-kick at Vicarage Road last season and, should he get his dues this time, it will be up to Milivojevic to do the rest.

The Serb scored more penalties than any other Premier League player last season, converting seven of his eight.

Adam Drury

NEWCASTLE v CHELSEA: Pedro

Chelsea are the obvious pick here, as Newcastle conceded the opening goal in 20 of their 38 league matches last season and fell behind after just eight minutes against Tottenham a fortnight ago.

And having bagged two goals in his last two appearances, I’m going for Pedro.

He scored the opener against Arsenal last weekend and his impressive early-season form means he should keep his place in the side.

Will Rook 

MANCHESTER UNITED v TOTTENHAM: Harry Kane 

Spurs scored first in two of the sides’ three meetings last season and should be backed to take the lead here after Manchester United’s terrible defensive display at Brighton last week.

United have conceded two soft goals to poachers already this season – Jamie Vardy and Glenn Murray – so your best bet is probably Harry Kane. That’s not an original choice, but Kane typically scores in clusters and is poised to go on a run after ending his August hoodoo against Fulham last time out.

Tom Bowles

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