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5 Premier League Goalscorer Tips to Watch This Weekend - Gameweek 4

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Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha to score

Matchday four of the 2020/21 Premier League gets underway on Saturday lunchtime as Chelsea and Crystal Palace meet at Stamford Bridge, with both sides hoping for a change in fortunes after disappointing results last weekend.

Frank Lampard’s side needed a dramatic comeback last week to overturn a three-goal deficit at halftime at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion, with individual defensive errors once more costing goals. This takes the Blues to six goals conceded in league, which is one of the worst in the top flight right.

Crystal Palace saw their 100% start to the season end at the hands of Everton last Saturday, falling to a 2-1 defeat. Wilfred Zaha was offensively suffocated on this day, but the winger was instrumental in their opening two victories over Southampton and Manchester United, scoring three times.

Chelsea will be much less focused on their defensive game compared to how Everton set up, so expect Zaha to have more freedom here, like what was seen at Old Trafford, where he bagged twice.

Zaha to score is priced at 3/1 and Zaha to score and win is boosted to 14/1 - click the links to claim these in your bet slip.

Villa v Liverpool Tips

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Sadio Mane to score and win @ 5/4

Leeds vs Man City: Kevin De Bruyne

Two sides who will be in very different moods following the action last weekend meet at Elland Road this Saturday. Leeds United’s late Yorkshire derby win over Sheffield United on Sunday was in stark contrast to events at the Etihad Stadium later that day, where Manchester City were humbled 5-2 on their own turf by a rampant Leicester City.

Despite their shutout at Bramall Lane, Marcelo Bielsa’s open and expansive style has left Leeds culpable to conceding goals, as they have shipped seven already. This same playing style may suit City right down to the ground, who were last season’s top scorers in the Premier League. If their performance against Liverpool is anything to go by, then that will suggest there will be goals at both ends here.

With Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus both missing for Pep Guardiola’s side, he will have to look towards his midfielders to chip in with goals for the foreseeable future. Kevin De Bruyne may be their playmaking maestro, but he still notched 16 goals last season in all competitions and after taking over penalty duty, the Belgian is as likely as anybody to fill the potential goalscoring void.

Get De Bruyne to score anytime at 7/2 right here.

Newcastle v Burnley Tips

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Callum Wilson to score a brace (was 12/1) @ 16/1

Leicester vs West Ham: Jamie Vardy to score and win

Table-toppers Leicester City host West Ham United at the King Power Stadium at midday on Sunday on the back of their spectacular over Manchester City.

Jamie Vardy was in electric form, netting a hat-trick to take his tally to five this season and the joint-top scorer with Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Vardy collected the Golden Boot last season, scoring 23 goals, but he is now a part of a Leicester side that looks even more free-flowing this time around, with Harvey Barnes and new signing Timothy Castagne both in scintillating form too.

A Leicester win also looks likely if you base it on West Ham's very disappointing recent away form. They have taken just five points from a possible 30 away from the London Stadium this calendar year, with just a solitary win against relegated Norwich City.

With Vardy and Leicester in red hot at the moment, back Vardy score and win at 11/10.

United v Spurs Tips

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Bruno Fernandes to score from outside the area (was 8/1) @ 10/1

Wolves vs Fulham: Raul Jimenez to score 2+

Arguably the two worst performers from matchday three meet at Molineux this weekend, as Wolverhampton Wanderers face Fulham, on the back of 4-0 and 3-0 defeats, respectively.

Wolves, and more specifically, Raul Jimenez, missed Daniel Podence greatly in that 4-0 drubbing at the London Stadium. The Portuguese wide man has set up both of Jimenez’s goals so far this season against Sheffield United and Manchester City, but missed the West Ham game with a minor shoulder injury. He is expected to return here, which is good news for Jimenez who had the misfortune of scoring at the wrong end on Sunday.

Fulham were beaten convincingly once more at Craven Cottage, losing a second consecutive home game by three goals to nil, this time to Aston Villa. They have already reached double figures for goals conceded, and their awful defensive display on Monday suggested why. Scott Parker will have his work cut out to improve his side’s fortunes, especially after owner Tony Khan’s criticisms on Twitter in the aftermath of the game.

Now entering his third season at Wolves, Jimenez already had 32 league goals for the club, we’re tipping him to get at least another two here, at odds of 4/1 - click here to claim this bet.

Arsenal vs Sheffield United: Alexandre Lacazette

Sunday afternoon’s action comes from the Emirates as Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal host a struggling Sheffield United side who are still yet to pick up a league point this season.

Both sides fell to defeat in their last game, with Arsenal succumbing to Liverpool at Anfield whilst Chris Wilder’s men suffered a bitter defeat over Yorkshire rivals Leeds United.

Despite being outclassed for most of the match on Monday night, Arsenal showed bright sparks which allowed Alexandre Lacazette to score, but he also missed two gilt-edged chances to level the game. The French striker seems to have nailed down the central striking spot in the Arsenal first team once again, with main man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang preferred out wide. This has allowed him to flourish more so, scoring in all three league games so far.

Sheffield United, on the other hand, have shown all the early signs of ‘second season syndrome’, with the Blades sitting on zero points and zero goals after three matches. Wilder may need to tweak his tried and trusted system which worked so efficiently last season if they are to avoid a relegation battle.

We are backing Lacazette to make it four goals in four games this weekend - click here to get him at 15/8 to score and win.