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Five goalscorers to back this weekend: Greeks bearing goals in the Eredivisie
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Simon Barlow
Brentford travel to Everton unbeaten in 12 league games
Brentford travel to Everton unbeaten in 12 league games

Brentford boss Thomas Frank has been gradually exposing January loan signing Kevin Schade to the rigours of the Premier League in recent weeks.

The Bees are expected to pay a club-record fee to make the deal permanent in the summer, so there must be some confidence in their successful recruitment department that the German Under-21 international has what it takes to be a star.

Schade scored five times in just under 1,000 Bundesliga minutes while at Freiburg, which translates to roughly one goal every two full games, and he looks good value to open his Brentford account against an Everton side that have shipped eight goals in their last three games.

Daryl Dike has taken time to rediscover his goalscoring knack in the Championship after an injury-ravaged period of his career at the Hawthorns.

The US international scored his first goal in over a year in December and has since added five more, including three strikes in his last two appearances for the Baggies.

The 22-year-old has a great chance of adding to that growing tally when the Baggies host a struggling Huddersfield that have twice been beaten 4-0 in the past fortnight.

Vangelis Pavlidis popped up with another crucial goal during AZ Alkmaar's remarkable 2-1 away win at Lazio in the Europa Conference League's round of 16.

His ability to sniff out chances has enabled him to amass a tally of 18 goals in 26 games across all competitions for the Eredivisie title contenders.

Pascal Jansen took him off with around ten minutes to play in Rome, which suggests he wants him fit and firing for the visit of second-bottom Groningen on Sunday morning.

Kylian Mbappe's hopes of elevating Paris Saint-Germain to new heights fell flat on Wednesday when the French champions were knocked out of the Champions League.

His focus will now turn to retaining the Fench top scorer's award and challenging for the European Golden Shoe by adding to his 18 Ligue 1 strikes against Brest this weekend.

Mbappe has bagged five goals in his last three league appearances and also five in his last six games against Brest.

Anastasios Douvikas continues to do the business in the Dutch top flight and will be the dangerman NEC Nijmegen will worry about on Saturday evening.

The Greek goal-getter has registered 12 Eredivisie strikes in just 14 starts and a handful of substitute appearances to aid Utrecht's bid to qualify for European football next season.

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