CRYSTAL PALACE V LEICESTER: WILFRIED ZAHA
Big Sam and his Palace side have sprung two surprise victories in their last three games, over league leaders Chelsea and Arsenal on Monday night. It looks as though they have fought enough to save themselves from relegation, but they will surely be eager to push themselves even further up the table. Zaha scored against Arsenal and tops the league charts for assists this season with nine. He’s always in with a decent shout of bagging a goal.
SUNDERLAND V WEST HAM: JERMAIN DEFOE
It’s looking nothing short of bleak for David Moyes’ Sunderland, who were drubbed by Manchester United at Old Trafford last week. They’re now 1/200 to be relegated. West Ham have lost just one of their last six games, and although it looks like Sunderland’s fate could be sealed, we’re backing Defoe to score against a lowly West Ham side.
STOKE V HULL CITY: ABEL HERNÁNDEZ
The last time Stoke won a league game was the 4th of March. Over a month without a win, and just four goals scored including that 2-0 win over Middlesbrough. It’s hard to put much faith in a home side goalscorer here. Hull, on the other hand, have netted seven goals in their last three fixture from a mixture of different players. We’ve gone with Hernandez here, but there are a few Hull players worth a look at.
WATFORD V SWANSEA: GYLFI SIGURDSSON
This one is a toughie! Watford come into the game off the back of a 4-0 battering at the hands of Mauricio Pochettino, whilst the Swans haven’t won a match in over a month. Sigurdsson is a player you can trust to just create that little bit of magic, though.
SOUTHAMPTON V MANCHESTER CITY: SERGIO AGUERO
It’s tough to choose anyone else but Aguero here. After his initial Kardashian-esque argument with Pep Guardiola, he’s back and he’s on top form. Besides, The Blues will be eager to widen the gap between themselves and those outside of top four.
WEST BROM V LIVERPOOL: PHILIPPE COUTINHO
The Little Magician is back! After being largely unimpressive after his injury, it appears he is back to his best once again. He’s netted in their last two games, and that’s just too hard to ignore.
MANCHESTER UNITED V CHELSEA: ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC
After returning from the naughty step, Zlatan has been back on top form. He has accounted for 36% of United’s goals this season, and although Chelsea will be a tough opponent, if there’s anyone who can find the net for the Reds it will be him.
MIDDLESBROUGH V ARSENAL: THEO WALCOTT
He made a fairly shambolic captain’s appearance against Crystal Palace, but Walcott has been on decent goalscoring form. ‘Boro have been a fairly bleak watch, and it’s tougher to predict their goalscorer.