The dust has settled on a hectic deadline day where there were a frenzy of deals as well as a few surprise outgoings.
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But now it’s time to turn our attention back to the Premier League and on Saturday, there is an intriguing set of fixtures that will affect teams in the top and bottom halves of the table.
Premier League Anytime Scorer Tips
In a bid to find you value for money, I have scoured the markets and unearthed a tasty treble for anytime scorers that is paying out at 18/1 with bet365.
· Eddie Nketiah – Everton vs ARSENAL
· Marcus Rashford – MANCHESTER UNITED vs Crystal Palace
· Joelinton – NEWCASTLE vs West Ham
Eddie Nketiah – Everton vs ARSENAL
Arsenal will have been fairly happy with the January transfer window. They brought in Jorginho from Chelsea, who will be a brilliant squad player and provide cover if either Thomas Partey or Granit Xhaka has a spell on the sidelines.
Up top, they lured Leandro Trossard from Brighton, and that was pinpointed as a necessity bolstering their firepower, given the mistake they made last season in not shoring things up when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left.
Eddie Nketiah, however, has come of age this season, and he’s in a bit of a purple patch. Seven goals in his last eight games in all outings pay testament to this.
He will relish facing a luckless Everton, who are without a home Premier League win since they beat Crystal Palace 3-0 back in October.
Nketiah was on fire in his last league outing against Manchester United, netting a double, and my first pick is for the 23-year-old to score anytime, and he’s at a short 13/8 to do so.
Marcus Rashford – MANCHESTER UNITED vs Crystal Palace
Manchester United’s resurgence under Erik ten Hag has been impressive, and Marcus Rashford has been instrumental in their revival.
He has been more direct this term, taking fewer touches on average per 90 (37.3), and he’s making more darting runs which makes him very difficult for defenders to track.
Oh, and of course, he has been much sharper in front of goal – he has netted 19 times in all competitions, and he has an insatiable appetite for scoring.
Although he failed to hit the target when United were held to a 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park earlier this month, Rashford may not be denied this time.
The England international looks transformed, and he could well be among the scorers at Old Trafford.
Joelinton – NEWCASTLE vs West Ham
Having qualified for their first major cup final in 24 years by reaching the EFL Cup Final, the feel-good factor is tangible on Tyneside.
Eddie Howe’s men have also been irresistible in the league this term, and they are currently third in the table.
Although Miguel Almiron has taken most of the plaudits, Joelinton has shone lately, and he has chipped in with a few goals.
Despite taking all three points against fellow relegation-threatened Everton in their previous league outing, West Ham could struggle to snuff out Newcastle, and Joelinton could well profit.
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