Five goalscorers to watch this weekend: In-form Calvert-Lewin will relish Luton visit
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- Back Kyogo Furuhashi to score against Motherwell
- Back Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score against Luton
- Back Jay Stansfield to score against Norwich
- Back Aaron Connolly to score against Plymouth
- Back Dominik Szoboszlai to score against Tottenham
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is looking sharp once again for improving Everton as they prepare to host struggling Luton on Saturday, while Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai is also fancied to maintain his fine form with another goal against Spurs.
In the Championship, we are keeping a close eye on two loan stars who have been amongst the goals this season — Jay Stansfield of Birmingham City and Hull City's Aaron Connolly — while Celtic top-scorer Kyogo Furuhashi is another striker to watch this weekend.
It seems wise to back Celtic's top-scorer so far this season, Kyogo Furuhashi, to net again when the Hoops travel to Motherwell in the early kick-off on Saturday.
The Japan international has hit four goals from six games in the Scottish top-flight already and will be a major threat in the final third at Fir Park once again this weekend.
The 28-year-old has attempted 13 shots in the Premiership so far and should get plenty of chances to add to his account against Motherwell.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin looked sharp when netting at Aston Villa in Everton's 2-1 win in the Carabao Cup in midweek, as the striker swiftly followed up his first goal of the season at Brentford last weekend.
The 26-year-old has had his fair share of injury troubles in the past year and Toffees boss Sean Dyche will hope they are behind him now.
The confident forward can notch his third in as many games when Luton, who have lost all three in the league on the road this season, visit Goodison Park.
Jay Stansfield has caught the eye on loan at Birmingham from Fulham so far this term, netting three goals in his first five appearances.
The 20-year-old, who scored nine goals on loan at Exeter City last season in League One, was unlucky not to be on target in Blues' 0-0 draw with QPR last Friday when he was the biggest threat for John Eustace's men.
Stansfield has been used as an attacking midfielder and centre-forward by the Championship side and he will fancy his chances of scoring against a Norwich outfit that conceded six at Plymouth last weekend.
Aaron Connolly has not yet fulfilled the potential he first displayed when breaking into the Brighton first team a few years ago, but he's made a cracking start to the season on loan at Hull, scoring five goals in eight league appearances.
The Republic of Ireland frontman has already had 17 shots, nine of which have been on target, in the second tier for the Tigers this term so is clearly enjoying his football at the moment.
He looks among the more likely scorers against Plymouth at the weekend as he attempts to help fourth-placed Hull add to their impressive tally of 13 Championship goals so far.
Dominik Szsboszlai has been outstanding since arriving at Liverpool from RB Leipzig in the summer and the Hungary skipper, who scored his first goal for the club at the start of the month against Aston Villa, then hit a screamer in the midweek Carabao Cup win over Leicester.
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