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Five goalscorers to back this weekend: Mbeumo can continue Brentford surge
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Warren Ashurst
Monaco forward Wissam Ben Yedder remains one of Ligue 1's most prolific goalscorers
Monaco forward Wissam Ben Yedder remains one of Ligue 1's most prolific goalscorers

After successfully tipping Kingsley Coman to score anytime for Bayern Munich against Paris Saint-Germain during the week, Warren Ashurst returns with his five goalscorers to back this weekend.

Brentford are unbeaten in 10 Premier League games and go into Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace in eighth and eyeing a place in Europe.

The Bees have lost only one of their 11 home games this season and are looking for a fourth consecutive win at the Gtech Community Stadium.

Bryan Mbeumo, who has bagged five league goals so far this campaign, has scored twice in those three home wins and looks a good bet to get on the scoresheet again.

Middlesbrough kept alive their slim hopes of automatic promotion to the Premier League with an impressive 3-1 win at Sheffield United in midweek.

The all important opening goal came from Chuba Akpom, who is the Championship's leading scorer with 17 goals and he is four ahead of his nearest challenger.

The former Arsenal man, who has a 65% shot accuracy this term, has scored four times across his last four games and faces a QPR defence that has conceded nine goals in their previous four matches.

VFL Bochum have the worst defensive record in the Bundesliga, leaking 49 goals in their opening 20 league games, and are just two points outside of the bottom three.

Thomas Letsch's men have lost four of their last five games and have conceded 14 times during that run, including three in their defeat at Bayern Munich last week.

Saturday's opponents Freiburg are in fourth and just six points off top spot, as they seek a third win in four league games.

Italian midfielder Vincenzo Griffo has been playing further forward this season and already has 11 league goals to his name and the former Hoffenheim man also takes penalties.

Freiburg's Vincenzo Grifo has scored 11 goals in the Bundesliga already this season
Freiburg's Vincenzo Grifo has scored 11 goals in the Bundesliga already this season

Fresh from a midweek European win in Leverkusen and a Ligue 1 victory over PSG, Monaco will look to maintain their title challenge with a win at struggling Brest.

The hosts are currently 15th after winning just one of their last eight league games and they will be facing a Monaco team that are unbeaten in eight Ligue 1 matches.

Wissam Ben Yedder is the joint-second top scorer in France, with 14 goals in 19 appearances and he boasts a shot accuracy of 81%.

Atalanta appear back on track in their quest for a top-four finish in Serie A after suffering just one defeat in seven, a run that has seen them move into the Champions League positions.

Their leading scorer this season is Ademola Lookman, who has found the net 12 times in the league and has bagged five goals in the last five games.

The former Fulham and Everton man, who also takes penalties for Atalanta, will be confident of adding to his tally against a Lecce team that lost 3-1 and 7-2 to their opponents last season.

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