After a two-week pause owed to the international break, the Premier League will return with a bang this weekend.
I’m back once again seeking out some scorers across Saturday’s round of games, and I have sided with a sumptuous treble that pays out at 25/1 with Unibet.
- Harry Kane to score anytime for Tottenham against Arsenal
- Kai Havertz to score anytime for Chelsea against Crystal Palace
- Luis Diaz to score anytime for Liverpool against Brighton
Harry Kane to score anytime for Tottenham against Arsenal
Although they have been slammed by their critics as being a mere counter-attacking team, Tottenham are unbeaten heading into the first North London derby of the campaign against the Gunners.
As always, this will be a mouth-watering clash featuring two of the league’s top three duking it out for the bragging rights. And it’s fair to say Harry Kane has a penchant for scoring in this fixture.
To date, Kane has netted 13 times against Arsenal – the most in the history of this fixture – and he will be eager to add to his tally. With a rejuvenated Heung Son-Min back firing again, Kane will look to punish Arsenal.
Kane is trading at a short-looking 9/5 to score anytime for Tottenham against Arsenal, which isn’t shabby at all.
Kai Havertz to score anytime for Chelsea against Crystal Palace
Chelsea’s trip to Selhurst Park heralds the start of the new era, as Graham Potter will take charge of his first Premier League game for the Blues.
While the west London outfit’s troubles on the road have been well documented, with a solitary victory to date, Potter has an abundance of attacking riches to call upon. That includes Kai Havertz, who turned in an impressive display earlier this week when he grabbed a double in Germany’s 3-3 draw against England in the Nations League.
While Havertz isn’t a natural out-and-out striker, if Chelsea applies themselves well, then chances could well arise, and he could pop up with a goal in regular time.
Luis Diaz to score anytime for Liverpool against Brighton
After a dismal start to the campaign by their inexorably high standards, Liverpool will have a point to prove, especially as they are languishing in eighth spot.
While there have been some dispiriting performances this term, there have also been some rare bright spots, of which Luis Diaz is one.
Diaz is a tricky customer, as he likes to cut in from the left and let fly with his right foot. His last league goals came in a rousing 9-0 victory over Bournemouth back in August, so he will be eager to end his drought and he could well get back on the goalscoring trail.