Five goalscorers to back this weekend: World Cup final pair catch the eye
- Recommended bets:
- Randal Kolo Muani to score against Schalke
- Alexis Mac Allister to score against Leicester
- Ivan Toney to score against Leeds
- Ross Stewart to score against Middlesbrough
- Ansu Fati to score against Getafe
Randal Kolo Muani and Alexis Mac Allister, who played in the World Cup final in Qatar for France and Argentina respectively, both make the cut for our five goalscorers to watch this weekend.
The German Bundesliga returns this weekend and Eintracht Frankfurt will be hoping to pick up where they left when making the trip to the Veltins-Arena to face rock-bottom Schalke.
Eintracht are in the hunt for the league title this season and they will fancy to get the job done against a Schalke side that have just two wins from 15 games and have conceded 32 times.
France international Randal Kolo Muani will be licking his lips at the prospect of taking on this leaky defence and he was in fine form before the World Cup break, scoring four goals from his last six appearances across all competitions.
World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister will be aiming to continue his impressive season when Brighton make the trip to the King Power Stadium on Saturday to take on struggling Leicester.
The Argentine bagged a brace in the FA Cup victory over Middlesbrough this month and he has fond memories of facing the Foxes, having also scored twice in the 5-2 victory at the Amex Back in September.
Leicester have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four league outings and Mac Allister can take full advantage of that fragile defence in the East Midlands.
It promises to be a high-scoring contest when Brentford travel to Leeds on Sunday and one player that looks primed to get himself on the scoresheet is Ivan Toney, who has already scored 13 goals in the league this season.
Only Erling Haaland and Harry Kane have higher tallies than the English striker and there is every chance he can take his count to 14 at the expense of Leeds, who have conceded 14 times from their last six competitive games at Elland Road.
Toney also scored a hat-trick in the 5-2 thumping of Leeds when they met earlier in the season at the Gtech Community Stadium.
Sunderland are in the Championship play-off picture and a big reason for that has been the form of striker Ross Stewart, who has nine goals from his 12 league appearances.
The 26-year-old missed a large chunk of time due to injury but he appears to be making up for lost time, having scored five in his last six assignments across all competitions.
Next up is a clash against rivals Middlesbrough, who have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four away league games, on Sunday, and Stewart looks ripe for the picking in the goalscorer market.
Rounding off our five goalscorers to watch this weekend is Barcelona's Ansu Fati, who is in line to spearhead his side's attack in the absence of the suspended Robert Lewandowski.
The 20-year-old Spain international is in a rich vein of form, having scored three times from his last five appearances across all competitions, and he can build on that record at home to relegation-threatened Getafe on Sunday.