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Five goalscorers to watch out for this weekend: Back Rice to add to his Arsenal goal tally
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James Milton
Declan Rice could be in the goals again for Arsenal this weekend
Declan Rice could be in the goals again for Arsenal this weekend

After a week of knockout action in the European club competitions, there are some cracking league fixtures across the continent this weekend.

We have picked out five goalscorers to watch out for in Saturday and Sunday's top-flight action from England, France and Italy.

Back Declan Rice to score anytime @ 10/3

Premier League title contenders Arsenal are aiming to extend their hot streak in front of goal when they host Brentford on Saturday.

The Gunners kicked off the week with a 6-0 rout of Sheffield United on Monday when Declan Rice scored with one of his three shots on target.

No other player tested the goalkeeper as often at Bramall Lane and, with Jorginho likely to start in Arsenal's midfield again, Rice should have licence to get forward against the Bees.

The England star scored a brilliant long-range goal at former club West Ham last month before tucking away a chance from inside the box against the Blades, and he is a tempting price to add to his tally.

Back Jean-Ricner Bellegarde to score first @ 7/1

Wolves have injury problems up front with Matheus Cunha and Hee Chan Hwang sidelined so Jean-Ricner Bellegarde is likely to lead the line against Fulham at Molineux.

The Frenchman scored twice in three Ligue 1 games for Strasbourg at the start of the season before moving to the Premier League and he came off the bench to score in away games at Sheffield United and Brentford.

Bellegarde had three shots in last weekend's defeat at Newcastle and he should get chances against a Fulham side who concede an average of 2.08 goals per game away from home.

Back Thijs Dalinga to score anytime @ 15/8

Toulouse's Dutch forward Thijs Dalinga has been in sparkling goalscoring form, finding the net in four of his last five Ligue 1 appearances, and he can hit the target in his side's clash with Le Havre on Sunday.

Dalinga had five shots in last month's game against Nantes and another five attempts at goal in last weekend's win over Nice, who have the meanest defence in the division.

The 23-year-old has also scored four times in eight Europa League outings this term and he could be too sharp for lowly Le Havre this weekend.

Back Matias Soule to score anytime @ 15/8

Frosinone's trip to Sassuolo is an important fixture in the Serie A survival scrap and Frosinone's exciting young Argentinian midfielder Matias Soule poses a threat to the hosts.

Soule has scored 10 goals in 25 league starts this term and he had eight shots in last month's defeats to Milan, Roma and Juventus, scoring against the Rossoneri.

Sassuolo have lost seven of their last eight games so the 20-year-old Juventus loanee should be looking forward to a crack at a defence who conceded six goals in their last home fixture against Napoli.

Back Riccardo Orsolini to score anytime @ 10/3

In-form Bologna face a serious test of their credentials when they take on runaway Serie A leaders Inter Milan and midfielder Riccardo Orsolini is an eye-catching price to score against the Nerazzurri.

Orsolini averages just under two shots per game in the league and has scored five goals in his last 476 minutes of playing time.

One of those strikes was in the 2-2 draw with Milan while he also notched in October's reverse fixture against Inter, a week after scoring a hat-trick against Empoli. 

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