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Our Goalscorer Tips for Around Europe This Weekend - 12/02/22

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Kevin De Bruyne to score and win vs Norwich

A big game at both ends of the Premier League table sees table-topping Manchester City travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich in Saturday 5:30 pm kick off.

The hosts will be hoping for a huge result, sitting in the bottom three and a point from safety. The Canaries are in a decent run of form, unbeaten in their last four in all competitions and winning three.

That may not be enough though against Pep Guardiola's ruthless City side, who themselves are on an 11-game unbeaten run and are sitting nine points in front of Liverpool. This has the potential to be another demolition job by the champions, something we’ve seen many times, not only this season, but against Norwich especially - the Citizens have won their past two fixtures against Norwich, both with 5-0 scorelines.

If City are firing again, you wouldn’t put it past Kevin De Bruyne to get in on the act. The Belgian has three goals and an assist in four appearances against the Canaries.

Ben Yedder to score and win vs Lorient

Monaco will be looking to keep the pressure on the teams above them in Ligue 1 in the race for European football. They can boost those hopes a with a win against struggling Lorient on Sunday.

Lorient are 17th in the French first tier, one of three clubs in the bottom four that are level on 20 points in tight bottom half. Rock-bottom of the league, St Etienne are on 18 points, with 16th-placed Troyes just a point above Lorient. Les Merles managed a win last time out to bump them up the table - their only win in their last five league games.

The hosts are in a good run of form, winning three of their last five, as they sit in sixth and Monaco are two points away from fourth-placed Strasbourg, with Montpellier and Lyon below on 34.

Wissam Ben Yedder is an integral figure for Phillipe Clement’s side, with 14 goals in 22 Ligue appearances so far this season. The Monaco captain will fancy his chances of adding to that this weekend.

Adama Traore to score and win vs Espanyol

Xavi’s new-look Barcelona side can keep their momentum going and put pressure on the top three with a win in the Derbi Barceloní when Barca make the short trip to the RCDE Stadium on Sunday to face Espanyol.

Espanyol are fighting to keep their La Liga status following their promotion and instant return to the Spanish top flight last season. They’ve managed a good job so far and are nine points above the relegation zone, but aren’t in the best form with three defeats in their last four.

Some new faces paired with some gems from La Masia and some experienced heads have seen Xavi’s new era at Barca go some way to saving their season following a poor start. The win last time out against Atletico Madrid moved Barca into fourth place and two points behind third-placed Real Betis.

One of the new heads and La Masia academy product, Adama Traore, made the switch to the Blaugrana from Wolves last month and has already popped up with an assist on his debut. Incredibly, his one assist in one game for Barcelona matches his goals/assist tally in his last 39 games with Wolves. But, after an impressive debut, the powerful winger could go one step further and bag himself a goal in a derby win.

Dusan Vlahovic anytime goalscorer vs Atalanta @ 6/4

The transfer story of the January window saw Dusan Vlahovic move from Fiorentina to Juventus in a £73m deal. The young striker was hot property after firing in 17 goals in 21 Serie A appearances for the Florence outfit already this season, before joining the Old Lady and getting off the mark just 13 minutes into his league debut for his new side in the 2-0 win against Verona last Sunday. He’ll be looking to add even more to his tally in Juventus’ crunch match away to Atalanta.

Just two points separate fourth-placed Juventus and fifth-placed Atalanta ahead of this weekend’s huge game, as the fight for Champions League football really heats up. The visitors have won three of their last four whilst La Dea have won just one of their last five – including last week’s home defeat to Cagliari.

With two attacking sides it could well be another high-scoring affair. If that’s the case, Vlahovic may well continue his incredible goalscoring form.

Robert Lewandowski to score 2+ goals

Bayern Munich could extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga even further with an away win against Bochum on Saturday. Bochum are 11th in the German top flight, but only three points separate them from the relegation play-off spots - Die Unabsteigbaren also have just one win from their last five games in the league.

The Bavarians are closing in on yet another Bundesliga title, currently nine points above second-placed Borussia Dortmund after 21 games as Julien Nagelsmann’s side have won nine of their last 10 in all competitions.

Robert Lewandowski continues to show the world why is one of the best in the world as he has 24 goals in 21 Bundesliga appearances so far this season, including one in the 3-2 win over RB Leipzig last weekend. It looks more than likely that Bayern will dominate again against Bochum, which means a Lewandowski brace – if not more - could be on the cards.