Rickie Lambert – Reading v Southampton (Saturday, 12.45, Sky Sports 2)
Lambert scored his 14th Premier League goal of the season against Chelsea last weekend – the most by any English player in the competition.
His wonderful free-kick against Chelsea in his last outing typified the sort of crisp striking of the ball we've become accustomed to this season. The busy No.7 scores all sorts of different goals and will be Saints' main danger once again.
Recommended Bet: Back Rickie Lambert to score @ 2.6
Grant Holt – Norwich v Swansea (Saturday, 3.0)
Norwich striker Grant Holt has scored three goals in his last two league appearances against Swansea.
Someone who enjoyed a Lambert-esque season last time around was Holt but unfortunately for Holt and the Canaries, his 17-goal tally has been nowhere near matched in his second Premier League campaign.
However, his performances in a yellow shirt have greatly improved recently, highlighted by the winner against Everton at Carrow Road a few weeks back.
Recommended Bet: Back Grant Holt to score @ 3.8
Romelu Lukaku – West Brom v Arsenal (Saturday, 3.0)
Lukaku, on loan from Chelsea, is West Brom's top scorer this season (13). He scored five times in his last six league appearances at The Hawthorns.
With Fernando Torres continuing to misfire like an old Ford Cortina – despite his double against Rubin Kazan – Rafa Benitez may well wish Lukakau had been recalled to Stamford Bridge prior to his autumn appointment.
The powerful Belgian striker has taken the Premier League by storm in a Baggies' shirt this season and is in the midst of a particularly purple patch ahead of Arsenal's visit to the midlands – netting three in his last two home starts.
Recommended Bet: Back Romelu Lukaku to score @ 3.45
Phillipe Coutinho – Liverpool v West Ham (Sunday, 1.30)
Philippe Coutinho has three times as many Premier League assists for Liverpool in six appearances (3) as Joe Cole managed in 26 for the club (1).
What Liverpool's latest Brazilian import lacks in stature, he more than makes up for in creativity. Since his January arrival from Inter, Coutinho has settled in brilliantly at Anfield, instantly striking up a rapport with fellow South American Luis Suarez and getting himself two Premier League goals in the process.
He regularly gets himself in the right positions to score and was unlucky not to cap a memorable performance against Aston Villa with a goal.
Back Philippe Coutinho to score @ 3.0