Five goalscorers to back this weekend: Bradshaw and Balogun to keep banging them in
- Back Willian to score against Wolves
- Back Vincenzo Grifo to score against Leverkusen
- Back Leandro Trossard to score against Leicester
- Back Tom Bradshaw to score against Stoke
- Back Falorin Balogun to score against Toulouse
Vincenzo Grifo has proven a goalscoring nugget from midfield this season and he is just one to look out for this weekend among our selections which take in games from the Premier League, the Championship, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1.
Fulham's sustained challenge for European football is made even more remarkable by the fact that top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic was sidelined in their 1-0 win at Brighton last Saturday through injury.
The Serbian striker looks set to miss out again when Wolves travel to Craven Cottage for Friday's Premier League clash, which will mean there will be a greater onus on the likes of Willian to score.
Fulham's Samba star has managed to find the back of the net in their last two home Premier League games and should get chances to add to that tally against a Wolves side without an away clean sheet since August.
The Freiburg midfielder has been playing further forward this season and has already taken his tally of league goals to 11 for the campaign, making him the Bundesliga's third-top goalscorer.
Grifo bagged a brace of penalties on his last home appearance against Stuttgart and added an assist in the Breisgau Brazilians' 2-0 victory at Bochum last weekend.
It looks like a good time for Freiburg to play Sunday's opponents Leverkusen as Xavi Alonso's side have shipped eight goals in their last three games and will be without suspended defenders Jonathan Tah and Piero Hincapie for this clash.
Trossard started his first Premier League game for the Gunners at Villa Park last weekend and should keep his place for the leaders' trip to Leicester's King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The Belgian opened his Arsenal account in a 1-1 home draw with Brentford earlier this month, having scored seven times in 16 league games for Brighton before the turn of the year.
Trossard tormented Leicester as part of the Seagulls side that thrashed the Foxes 5-2 earlier this season and should find some opportunities as he seeks to bolster an already-impressive 15.7% shot conversion rate in 2022-23.
Millwall are coming off a really big week after taking four points from back-to-back home games against the top two teams in the Championship, beating Sheffield United and drawing with Burnley.
Bradshaw was key to both results as he bagged a hat-trick against the Blades and capitalised on a late chance to level against the Clarets.
The Welsh striker now has 11 league goals and could add to that tally when the promotion-chasing Lions travel to Stoke to face the 17th-placed Potters.
The on-loan Arsenal striker missed a crucial late penalty in Reims' 0-0 draw at Nice last weekend and will be desperate to make amends against Toulouse on Sunday.
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.
So Toulouse, who conceded three goals at home to Marseille last weekend, should know exactly where the threat lies this weekend.