Before you pan us for this selection – hear us out first! We know that Anthony Martial only has four goals to his name this season.
However, Zlatan Ibrahimović’s form has seen the French youngster’s starting roles diminished this season. With the Swede now injured, Martial has a chance to lead the United front line.
He repaid that faith from Jose Mourinho with a goal at Turf Moor last weekend and he’s also got an Old Trafford goal against Sunday’s opponents Swansea to his name. We’re taking a punt on him to find the back of the net anytime at 13/10.
The dynamic Argentine striker has driven Manchester City forward yet again this season with another good year on the goal-scoring front. While 17 Premier League strikes this campaign may not match his returns from previous years, it’s still impressive.
Aguero failed to find a breakthrough against Manchester United on Thursday, but he had scored in his last five starts, before that blank.
He’s also scored against Middlesbrough in the league and cup this season. It should be a case of ‘Boro beware’ on Sunday at 4/9 for an anytime goal.
Realistically, could you really afford to overlook the runaway leader in the Premier League’s top scorer race? Of course not!
The big Belgian tops the shop with 24 goals this season and heads into this contest with his former club with three goals in his last three outings.
Lukaku may also see this as an audition to return to Stamford Bridge in the summer as his contract situation at Goodison Park rumbles on. Don’t be surprised if he makes a big statement at 8/5 by scoring at anytime.
Finally we come to Spurs supremo Harry Kane, as we really could mention the Premier League’s top scorer without mentioning his arch nemesis as the England frontman only trails Lukaku by four goals.
Speaking of enemies, there’s nothing Kane loves more than facing Tottenham’s North London rivals Arsenal. It seems as if he’s scored in every Premier League derby his played against the Gunners.
With a record like that, there’s every reason to back Harry to haunt Wenger’s men again at 10/11.
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