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5 Premier League Goalscorer Tips to Watch This Weekend - Gameweek 3

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Brighton v Man United Betting Tips

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Bruno Fernandes 1+ shot on target (was 1/4) @ 1/1

Crystal Palace vs Everton: Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick last time out in the 5-2 victory against West Bromwich Albion and has a history of scoring goals in batches and then having long spells without one.

During his purple batch, the Englishman is clearly becoming the main striker in Carlo Ancelotti’s plan for the season, and with the creative forces of James Rodriguez now on Merseyside, this could be some season for Calvert-Lewin.

As for Crystal Palace, the Eagles scored the second-lowest of 31 goals last season, although, the turn in form from Wilfred Zaha could rocket them further up the league.

Calvert-Lewin has scored the opening goal in both games he has played in this season and the striker can be backed at 11/2 to score yet another header, 12/1 to score a brace and there are odds of 11/1 for both him and Zaha to score.

Simply click the links to get these bets straight in your bet slip.

Brighton v United odds

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Bruno Fernandes to score from outside the area odds @ 9/1

Tottenham vs Newcastle – Harry Kane to Score 2+

Tottenham Hotspur recovered well from a difficult opening day result against Everton with an exceptional 5-2 victory away at Southampton. Son Heung-min stole the limelight with four goals that day at St. Marys, whilst Harry Kane assisted all well, as well as registering his first goal of the 2020/21 season.

The England skipper will seek to take advantage of a vulnerable Newcastle United who were convincingly beaten by Brighton & Hove Albion in their latest league fixture, although they did win 7-0 in midweek against Morecambe in the EFL Cup.

Spurs may be fresher going into the game as their cup game against Leyton Orient was postponed and key players have thus had another day rest.

As for Kane, the striker has scored seven goals in his last six games and he is boosted to 3/1 to score first the Magpies - click here to claim.

Spurs v Newcastle Betting Odds

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Son Heung-min and Harry Kane both to score @ 4/1

Manchester City vs Leicester City: Raheem Sterling

Manchester City looked to be back to their best as they brushed aside Wolverhampton Wanderers with a comfortable 3-1 win at Molineux, a year after losing to them twice last campaign.

Raheem Sterling was not on the scoresheet that day, but with seven goals in his last seven Premier League games off of the back of his best goalscoring campaign with 20 goals, the Englishman is expected to bag once more.

Leicester conceded two goals at home to Burnley in their last game and will struggle to cope with the world class attack of City, after a lacklustre display at the back last time out. Guardiola’s side have also have only conceded four goals in their last 11 Premier League games, and as long as they can nullify the threat of Jamie Vardy, they Citizens should have no trouble in keeping out Brendan Rodgers’ side.

We are going for Sterling to score and win at 6/5 or alternatively have him at 7/2 to score first - click the links to claim these bets in your bet slip.

Fulham vs Aston Villa – Jack Grealish

Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last six competitive fixtures, whilst Fulham have lost both of their opening two games this season as they returned to the Premier League. Villa will be looking for revenge in a repeat of the 2018 Championship play-off final as they face a Cottagers side who have beaten them in their last three meetings.

The Villains captain, Jack Grealish, has just signed new contract at his boyhood club and recently earned his first England cap after impressing last season with eight goals. Grealish also scored the opening goal the last time Villa played away from home in the Premier League.

We are tipping him at 5/1 to score Aston Villa’s first goal this weekend, or the boosted odds of 14/1 to score from outside the area.

West Ham United vs Wolves – Jimenez to outscore opposition/both halves 7/2 14/1

West Ham United are a club in turmoil at the moment with a serious lack of new faces coming to the London Stadium and the increasing likelihood of another relegation scrap looming large.

The Hammers have lost both fixtures this season and there is a nasty feeling of animosity surrounding the club, aimed at chairman, David Gold.

Wolves, on the other hand, have a number of exciting new signings, including Barcelona right-back, Nelson Semedo, and Porto wonderkid, Fabio Silva. Perhaps the biggest signing for Nuno Espirito Santo's side is not a signing at all, but instead the fact that they have held on to fan favourite,Raul Jimenez.

The Mexican talisman can be backed at with odds of 10/3 to outscore the opposition or 14/1 to bag a brace.

By Tom Eaton