Five goalscorers to watch this weekend: Son can shine at the Emirates
- Back Heung-Min Son to score against Arsenal
- Back Rasmus Hojlund to score against Burnley
- Back Jude Bellingham to score against Atletico Madrid
- Back Odsonne Edouard to score against Fulham
- Back Lautaro Martinez to score against Empoli
The North London derby on Sunday is a fascinating clash between two unbeaten sides and Spurs skipper Heung-Min Son has a good scoring record against Arsenal, scoring four in his last seven in this fixture.
Manchester United need a pick-me-up after three losses on the trot and a trip to leaky Burnley should help them get it on Saturday with midweek scorer Rasmus Hojlund fancied to belatedly notch his first Premier League goal in a Red Devils shirt.
Elsewhere, Jude Bellingham's star continues to rise for Real Madrid after another dramatic winner in midweek and the England man can continue his superb start to life in Spain by scoring in his first Madrid derby.
The big Premier League game of the weekend is of course the North London Derby at the Emirates on Sunday as unbeaten pair Arsenal and Tottenham draw swords.
The Gunners excelled last season and look set for more of the same, but Ange Postecoglou appears to be turning around a Spurs side that were wandering aimlessly last term. This is a huge test for the visitors and Arsenal are favourites, rightly.
Both teams have scored in 13 of the last 16 league meetings at the Emirates and Tottenham have been awarded a penalty on four of their last seven visits here. They have not had a spot-kick yet this season and there is some speculation as to whether Heung-Min Son or James Maddison will be on duty when they are.
Tottenham's new skipper is rediscovering his best form and, penalty or not, should be a threat to the Gunners as he looks to add to his four goals in this fixture.
Saturday's late game in the Premier League is at Turf Moor as Burnley welcome Manchester United.
The Clarets have found life back in the big league tough, conceding 11 goals in three home games already. Erik ten Hag meanwhile is coming under some pressure after defeats to Tottenham, Arsenal and Brighton in the league before the midweek Champions League reverse at Bayern Munich.
Danish forward Hojlund missed the start of the season with injury but the £72m forward is now finding his feet. After a cameo against Arsenal, he got some useful minutes for Denmark in the international break and had the ball in the net last Saturday against Brighton only for VAR to chalk it off.
He scored in Munich and looks lively in his work. Burnley will offer up chances to their visitors and Hojlund should take one if it comes his way.
Since joining from Dortmund in the summer, Jude Bellingham seems set on becoming a one-man galactico band in Madrid.
The England international once more rescued his side in midweek, popping up to score a 94th-minute winner after a tame showing against Union Berlin in the Champions League.
That was already his sixth goal in a Madrid jersey and he looks right at home in Zinedine Zidane's old No.5 shirt.
Atletico Madrid, meanwhile, were victims of a 94th-minute leveller in Rome against Lazio in midweek and the first derby of the season awaits in the Spanish capital on Sunday evening. Given how Bellingham has started, there will not be any surprise in seeing him find the net at the Metropolitano.
Two years have passed since Odsonne Edouard joined Crystal Palace from Celtic but it feels as though only now has the 25-year-old French forward got some momentum in his sails.
He is developing a good relationship with partner Jean-Phillipe Mateta and duly scored his fourth Premier League goal of the season against Aston Villa last weekend.
That was in a losing cause, ultimately, but a home clash with a Fulham side that has conceded 10 goals in five games should leave Edouard with an opportunity to continue his bright start to the season.
We finish with a trip to Serie A for Sunday's early start as Inter Milan travel to Empoli in a top-versus-bottom clash.
This looks a mismatch. Inter have won 4-4 so far, while Empoli are rooted to the bottom and pointless having conceded 12 and scored none in four games.
Lautaro Martinez has five league goals already and rescued a draw for Inter in their Champions League game at Real Sociedad on Wednesday with a late strike. The Argentine is a man on form and can get on the scoresheet in what should be a routine win for the champions.
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