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Premier League Goalscorer Odds: 11/1 for Darwin Nunez, Son Heung-min and Cole Palmer to score this weekend

Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea all face winnable matches in the Premier League this weekend which means some of their main attacking talents will fancy their chances of getting on the scoresheet.

Jurgen Klopp's Premier League leaders will be in action at 15:00 on Saturday when they travel to the City Ground to take on a Nottingham Forest side that sit just four points above the relegation zone.

At the same time, Tottenham will be aiming to boost their top-four hopes when they play host to a Crystal Palace team they have largely dominated over recent seasons.

Chelsea will also be in action in the afternoon when they make the short trip across west London to take on another struggling side in Brentford, with the Bees having lost 10 of their last 12 top-flight games.

All three of our highlighted teams will hope, and maybe even expect, to pick up a maximum points return this weekend and if they all do, then do not be surprised if Darwin Nunez, Son Heung-min and Cole Palmer all get on the scoresheet.

All three players have been in strong scoring form this season and it is 11/1 for the trio to add to their tallies on Saturday.

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Darwin Nunez

Liverpool forward Nunez has missed his side's last three matches with a muscle injury, but Jurgen Klopp has confirmed the Uruguay international is back in contention for Saturday's trip to Forest.

Given his side's ongoing injury troubles, Nunez could be thrust straight back into the starting XI at the City Ground, and if that proves to be the case, he has every chance of getting on the scoresheet.

Prior to his injury setback, Nunez had scored in back-to-back matches against Brentford and Burnley, taking his tally for the season to 13, making him one of five Liverpool players to have reached double figures for goals.

It is 11/8 that Nunez scores anytime on Saturday and Klopp will be hoping the 24-year-old can rise to the challenge of being the Reds main source for goals in the continued absence of Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota.

Nunez was on the scoresheet when these two sides met on Merseyside in October - a match Liverpool won 3-0 - and he can once again inspire his side to a victory that would see them, temporarily at least, open up a four-point gap at the top of the standings.

Son Heung-min

Tottenham have an impressive recent record when facing Palace as they have lost only one of the last 17 Premier League meetings between the two sides.

That includes a run of four successive victories in the fixture for the north Londoners, with Son Heung-min having scored in three of those wins.

South Korean Son certainly enjoys facing Palace in general, as he has been directly involved in 10 goals across his 15 league appearances against the Eagles and he is 11/10 to be an anytime scorer on Saturday.

While he has yet to net in his two appearances since returning from representing his country at the recent Asian Cup, Son remains Spurs' main source for goals this season, with all 12 of his strikes having come in the Premier League.

His last club goal was in a home win against Bournemouth on New Year's Eve, but despite this, no one would be surprised to see Son end his goal drought against Palace.

Cole Palmer

It has been another largely underwhelming season for Chelsea, who head into the weekend sitting in the bottom half of the Premier League standings, but one bright spark in their campaign has been attacking midfielder Palmer.

Arriving at Stamford Bridge from Manchester City over the summer looking to prove he is ready for regular first-team minutes, Palmer has certainly done that, as he is currently his side's leading scorer with 12 goals, 10 of which have come in the Premier League.

In a side that is constantly changing as head coach Mauricio Pochettino tries to find a winning formula, Palmer has remained one of the first names on the team-sheet and he is 7/4 to find the back of the net against Brentford.

The Bees have proved a tough opponent for Chelsea since their promotion, as they are unbeaten in four Premier League meetings with the Blues, winning three of those games.

Just as worrying from a Chelsea point of view is that they have also failed to score in their last three meetings with Brentford, but Palmer can help to end that run at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday, especially as Thomas Frank's hosts are out of form and leaking goals at an alarming rate.

This article was written by a partner sports writer via Spotlight Sports Group. All odds displayed on this page were correct at the time of writing and are subject to withdrawal or change at any time.

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