Salah aiming to surpass stricken Kane

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Mohamed Salah

Liverpool can pile the pressure on their Premier League top-four rivals by seeing off Watford at Anfield at teatime on Saturday.

Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea are all in FA Cup action this weekend, leaving the Merseysiders to try and do the business against a Hornets outfit who have earned just one point from their last eight away league games.

Plenty of focus will be on Mohamed Salah, who will be hoping to avoid going three games without a goal for just the second time in an amazing first season at Anfield.

At 51/20 to score the first goal of the game he has value, while 39/20 to score twice or more is also a decent option, especially with Spurs ace Harry Kane injured and the Premier League top goalscorer crown looking like it is Salah’s to take.

The three afternoon fixtures have a relegation battle focus, especially when Huddersfield Town play host to Crystal Palace.

The Eagles may have lost form in recent weeks, but the likely return to the starting line-up of Wilfried Zaha and several others could make all the difference.

Zaha is 29/10 to score at any time in the game, while Palace at 17/10 to win the match is also a decent option.

Bournemouth will hope to darken the gloom around rock-bottom West Brom by winning on the South Coast and in the process take a major step towards their own survival.

Junior Stanislas has been their star in recent weeks with three goals in his last six games and he is 43/20 to score at any time against the listless Baggies.

Finally, Paul Lambert will hope his Stoke City side can turn recent promising performances into points at home to Everton.

The Toffees have claimed a solitary point from their last six away league games, so the Potters at 31/20 to win the game have plenty of merit.

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