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Five goalscorers to watch out for this weekend: Kane to stay on the goal trail
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James Mason
Harry Kane has been in superb goalscoring form for Bayern Munich
Harry Kane has been in superb goalscoring form for Bayern Munich

There is plenty of football action to get stuck into across the biggest leagues this weekend, with titles, European places and relegation spots still to be decided in certain divisions.

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

England forward Harry Kane has been in sublime scoring form in his debut season at Bayern Munich, notching 35 times in the Bundesliga to sit comfortably ahead in the Golden Boot race.

The 30-year-old has scored four times in his last three appearances across all competitions and he will be relishing the chance to take on a Stuttgart side that have conceded twice in each of their last two outings.

Brazil international Vinicius Junior has been a key cog in Real Madrid's forward line and he can land his 14th LaLiga goal of the campaign at home to Cadiz, who are in the relegation zone and have kept just one away clean sheet in the league.

The 23-year-old grabbed a brace in the Champions League on Tuesday, taking his tally to three strikes from his last three appearances in all competitions, and he can find the back of the net again on Saturday.

Inter may already have the Serie A title in the bag but they will not let up in their final games of the campaign and Marcus Thuram will be looking to continue his scoring form at Sassuolo on Saturday.

The France international has scored twice in his last three appearances, the most recent of those coming against fierce rivals AC Milan, and he now takes on a Sassuolo side that have conceded 70 times in the league.

Steve Mounie has been in fantastic scoring form for Brest
Steve Mounie has been in fantastic scoring form for Brest

Brest have been a revelation in Ligue 1 and one player who has stood out in recent weeks is Steve Mounie, the former Huddersfield striker making a name for himself in France.

The 29-year-old has netted three times in his last four matches, including in the 5-4 victory at Rennes last time out, and he can stay on the goal trail against a Nantes side that have shipped 49 goals in the top flight.

Morgan Rogers has made a big impression since making the January switch from Middlesbrough to Aston Villa, with the forward scoring in each of his last two Premier League appearances.

The 21-year-old now takes on a Brighton side that are without a win in their last six games and have conceded 13 goals across this period.

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