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Four anytime Premier League hot shots for your Lucky 15 this weekend

There were 32 goals in the Premier League mid-week which means that most teams are scoring more than Nigella Lawson on a bad day. A £1 Lucky 15 (£15) on these four strikers to score at anytime over the 90 minutes could put £108 in your pocket.

by Sean Goff | December 6, 2013

With Manchester United now Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney-less ahead of the visit of Newcastle the Red Devils’ home form is about as reliable as Fulham’s.

But there’s one striker on show in Saturday’s early game that’s got a 42 per cent strike rate this season. And it ain’t Danny Welbeck.

Loic Remy

Turned down the wee club in the North East last season for a shot at the big-time with QPR – but that didn’t exactly work out. But the Geordie faithful are reaping the reward now with the on-loan striker whose eight goals in 12 games is 42 per cent of Newcastle’s 19-goal total.

Remy is 11/5 to hit the onion sack anytime against a United side that look a shadow of their former selves this season.

Luis Suarez

Man of the moment whose four goals mid-week v Norwich included his third hat-trick in four games against the Canaries.

Liverpool have scored 30 goals in the league this season and the Uruguayan has bagged 13 of them. With a 43 per cent strike rate it’s little wonder he’s 4/11 to hit the net at anytime against the Hammers on Saturday. If Liverpool score expect Suarez’s name to be all over it.

Silva and Aguero celebrate

Sergio Aguero

An early goal against West Brom saw City record just their second away win of the season – but you can’t blame the Argentine for that.

His 11 strikes make up 27.5 per cent of City’s 40-goal league haul and the Citizens travel to Southampton who shipped three goals mid-week against Aston Villa.

It was the Saints’ first home defeat of the season – but if they’re feeling generous again Aguero at 5/6 over the 90 minutes will punish them.

Romelu Lukaku

Chelsea’s best striker who’s pitched up at Everton with eight Premier League goals so far after 17 at West Brom last season.

Roberto Martinez’s side are on a big-scalp double at Arsenal after beating United at Old Trafford for the first time in 21 years mid-week. With Lukaku bagging eight of the Everton’s 22 goals this season he can’t be ignored at 15/8 to score at anytime.

Wilshere MBS Arsenal v Everton

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