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Five goalscorers to back this weekend: Saka and Balogun to shoot down opponents
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Simon Barlow
Jae-Sung Lee has scored five goals in his last six Bundesliga appearances for Mainz
Jae-Sung Lee has scored five goals in his last six Bundesliga appearances for Mainz

Jae-Sung Lee has scored five goals in his last six Bundesliga appearances and he features among our five potential goalscorers to follow in this weekend's action across Europe, taking in games from the Eredivisie, Premier League, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.

The Greek goal-getter has registered 11 Eredivisie strikes in just 13 starts and a handful of substitute appearances to aid Utrecht's bid to qualify for European football next season.

Douvikas scored five goals in the space of three games earlier this year, bagging a hat-trick in a memorable 5-5 draw with AZ.

And he got back on the scoring trail again in midweek to end a four-game drought when he registered Utrecht's only goal in a 4-1 cup defeat to Spakenburg.

In Arsenal's 4-0 home win over Everton on Wednesday night, Saka became the sixth youngest player to reach 50 goal involvements in the Premier League.

The 21-year-old has registered 10 goals and nine assists this season for the table-topping Gunners and there is no reason to suspect that level of production will drop when Bournemouth visit Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

The Cherries will bring the Premier League's worst away defensive record to North London, having conceded 32 goals in their 12 road trips already this term.

The South Korean midfielder has already bagged seven goals in only his second season in the German top flight and looks primed to punish lowly Hoffenheim.

Five of those seven strikes have come in his last six Bundesliga appearances and, perhaps significantly, the recent quintet of goals have all been scored at Mainz's home — MEWA Arena.

The hosts, who have hit 10 goals in their last three league games, usually feast on the struggling Sinsheimers and have scored more goals against Hoffenheim (50) than any other team in the Bundesliga.

Feyenoord's Mexican marksman is in red hot form right now after firing home five goals in his last seven appearances for the Eredivisie leaders.

He looks like the greatest goal threat Arne Slot has currently heading into another crucial game for the Rotterdam club — at home to second-bottom Groningen.

The visitors were beaten 6-0 by PSV Eindhoven on their last league road trip and Jimenez can expect to help himself to a goal if they are just as brittle at the De Kuip.

The former Hale End academy hotshot will be desperate to end a two-game scoring drought when Reims entertain relegation-threatened Ajaccio on Sunday afternoon.

Two-thirds of Balogun's 15 Ligue 1 goals have come at Stade Auguste-Delaune II, where he has found the back of the net seven times in the club's last six home games.

The 21-year-old remains two goals behind Ligue 1's leading scorer Kylian Mbappe, and will see this clash as a chance to catch up.

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