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Five goalscorers to watch out for this weekend: Kyogo can bring sunshine to Leith
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Enda McElhinney
Japanese forward Kyogo Furuhashi has scored in each of his last three games for club and country.
Japanese forward Kyogo Furuhashi has scored in each of his last three games for club and country.

A trio of Champions League scorers in midweek, both Celtic's Kyogo Furuhashi and Manchester City's Erling Haaland feature amongst our five goalscorers to follow this weekend, while Jude Bellingham's magnificent start to life at Read Madrid may continue as he gets a first taste of El Clasico on Saturday afternoon.

Elsewhere, Leeds may turn to youngster Crysencio Summerville in search of a bounce back at home to Huddersfield, while our quintet of sharpshooters is completed by Ollie Watkins for free–scoring Aston Villa. 

There was some talk in the summer that Ange Postecoglou might look back to Celtic in a bid to prize striker Kyogo Furuhashi away from Glasgow after the Aussie made his move to Tottenham.

That looked fanciful at the time but after back-to-back Champions League goals against Lazio and Atletico Madrid, the Japanese forward has seen his stock rise and he could have Premier League suitors before long. 

Kyogo's neat interplay has been on full view and he has proved in Scotland that he is a difference-maker in front of goal with his record against Rangers and in major cup matches.

Bringing that to the Champions League was the next logical step and he is now on that path. 

He has scored in his last three games for club and country and faces a Hibs side that shipped four to Rangers last week. 

The Celtic talisman can get on the scoresheet at Easter Road.

Just the nine goals in nine Premier League games for Erling Haaland this season so far — enough in some quarters to have the Norwegian being labelled 'quiet' such were the extraordinary benchmarks he set last term after his move into English football.

That spine-tingling opening few months included a Manchester derby hat-trick at the Etihad but Haaland failed to find the net in the return at Old Trafford or the FA Cup Final at Wembley in June.

He has, however, scored three goals in his last two against Brighton and Young Boys and he will surely get chances against a Man Utd side that has conceded first in their last four Old Trafford Premier League games. 

Haaland does not pass up too many opportunities and can find the target in this latest Manchester showdown — a fixture in which City have come out on top in five of the last seven.

Since arriving in Madrid from Borussia Dortmund in the summer, Jude Bellingham has managed to turn his new life into something that is almost fantasy football. 

The England international has scored eight LaLiga goals (more than anyone else entering this weekend), three in the Champions League — one in each game played — and one for the Three Lions in their September friendly win over Scotland for good measure.

Madrid have lost only one of 13 games so far this season and Bellingham was their match winner at Braga in midweek.

They are a point ahead of Barcelona going into this El Clasico tussle in the temporary surrounds of the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys — where Barcelona are located while the Camp Nou undergoes a major upgrade.

The teams are hard to separate on form and a score draw would not be a shock outcome. In his current mood, with Bellingham a likely source of any Real Madrid goal.

Crysencio Summerville netted a brace at Norwich last weekend as Leeds came from 0-2 down to win.

The 21-year-old Dutch forward has happy memories of this time of year. 

He scored the winner against Liverpool at Anfield amid a run of four successive Premier League games in which he netted, although the World Cup in Qatar halted his progress and he did not score again as Leeds were relegated.

The brace at Carrow Road made it three in three for him and it was a surprise that Daniel Farke left him out in midweek as they went to Stoke and lost — Summerville coming on only for the final 20 minutes. 

He had two super finishes last Saturday and will fancy his chances against a Huddersfield side that has conceded 23 goals in 13 games so far.

Aston Villa are the second-highest scorers in the Premier League this season, with Ollie Watkins leading their line.
Aston Villa are the second-highest scorers in the Premier League this season, with Ollie Watkins leading their line.

In-form Ollie Watkins will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing Luton at Villa Park on Sunday.

Watkins has scored in four of his last five starts for club and country and is into double figure for the season already.

Villa, meanwhile, have scored 23 Premier League goals which is a tally only Newcastle can better. 

Unai Emery's men hit four in midweek at AZ Alkmaar and should create lots of chances against a Hatters side which has suffered six defeats in nine so far since their Premier League return. 

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Jude BellinghamOllie WatkinsKyogo FuruhashiErling Braut HaalandCelticManchester CityLeeds UnitedCrysencio SummervilleAston VillaReal MadridPremier LeagueScottish PremiershipChampionship
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