It will be another bumper-packed day of Premier League on Saturday, with seven matches taking place that day.
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The title race could take another twist, while teams at the wrong end of the table will be battling it out for three precious points.
To whet your appetite, I have decided to pore over the anytime goalscorer markets, and I have dug up a four-fold that is paying out at a rather eye-catching price of 43/1 with bet365.
- Erling Haaland – MANCHESTER CITY v Newcastle
- Gabriel Martinelli – ARSENAL v Bournemouth
- Harry Kane – Wolves v TOTTENHAM
- Harvey Barnes – Southampton v LEICESTER
Erling Haaland – MANCHESTER CITY v Newcastle
There are few things that we don’t already know about Erling Haaland. Lethal in front of goal, the Norwegian talisman can score all types of goals, and he is leading the Golden Boot race with 27 strikes to his name this term, nine ahead of closest challenger Harry Kane.
The bulk of Haaland’s goals have come at home, and the last time he faced Newcastle, he was on target in a thrilling 3-3 draw at St James’ Park back in August.
It remains to be seen what kind of effect the EFL Cup Final defeat will have had on the Magpies, but Haaland will certainly give them something to think about.
Haaland is my first pick to get on the scoresheet, and he’s trading at a very short 4/6 to net anytime.
Gabriel Martinelli – ARSENAL v Bournemouth
While it seemed as if Arsenal were going through a bit of a wobble at the start of February, they have responded brilliantly by chalking up three wins on the bounce, and conceding just twice.
Gabriel Martinelli was at the centre of everything that the Gunners did well in a 4-0 drubbing of Everton in midweek, and he was the star turn, grabbing a double.
He has delivered four goals in his past three league outings, and Arsenal should find struggling Bournemouth easy pickings at home.
Martinelli could well continue his rich vein of form in front of goal when the Cherries visit.
Harry Kane – Wolves v TOTTENHAM
If Tottenham are going to consolidate fourth spot, and grab a coveted Champions League spot, then Kane’s form will be paramount.
Although Tottenham fans will have been disappointed to see another opportunity to grasp silverware slip by at the hands of Sheffield United in the FA Cup at Bramall Lane, Kane came on for a cameo role.
He wasn’t able to make much of a difference after he came off the bench, but Spurs’ revival in the league lately has been down to him.
Kane took his tally to 18 with a late strike against Chelsea last weekend, and he could well add to that against Wolves.
Harvey Barnes – Southampton v LEICESTER
Harvey Barnes, by all accounts, has been rather prolific this term, contributing eight goals in the league for Leicester.
Only James Maddison (nine) has scored more for the club, but Barnes can be clinical when given half a chance.
While the Foxes are only three points above the relegation zone and not out of the woods just yet, they will be glad to be tackling Southampton after tough games against Manchester United and Arsenal.
Barnes rounds off my picks, and he bumps up this four-fold, as he is priced at 10/3 to score anytime.
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