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April Premier League Special

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Premier League in April

Calendar 1st April
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Football icon Harry Kane to score 3 or more goals
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6 fixtures – Everton (A), Brighton (H), Bournemouth (H), Newcastle (A), Man United (H), Liverpool (A)

Goal Tally: 21 in 28

Harry Kane scoring goals doesn’t need much explaining. The England and Tottenham number 9 broke the Tottenham all-time goal scoring record in February, and the England one in March. All we need in April is 3 goals.

The second half of the month is tough for Spurs, but Kane may have this done and dusted in the first 3 games. In the reverse games earlier in the season vs Everton, Brighton, and Bournemouth, Kane scored in twice.

That’s not to say he’ll go quiet against the big boys. He scored against both Newcastle and Liverpool in 2-1 defeats in November and October.

He’s just hit a vein of form too, having scored in each of his last 4 games in all competitions.

With Antonio Conte out and Cristian Stellini taking over until the end of the season, the Italian will want to make his mark as a head coach and undoubtedly play more progressive football than his predecessor.

The times he’s been called up have been promising, having led the team to a 2-1 win over Marseille in the Champions League and a 1-0 win over reigning champions Manchester City while Conte served a touchline ban. Then, with Conte having gall bladder surgery, he oversaw wins over London rivals Chelsea and West Ham.

So with a new look side, Harry Kane should be able to take the reigns and grab 3 goals in 6 with ease.

Not to mention, each of the players in question here are the designated penalty takers for their side, with insane conversion records too.

Football icon Bukayo Saka to score 3 or more goals
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6 fixtures – Leeds (H), Liverpool (A), West Ham (A), Southampton (H), Man City (A), Chelsea (H)

Goal Tally: 12 in 28

What a season this starboy is having. If non-Arsenal fans were sceptical, his top bins goal from outside the box for England against Ukraine should quieten those doubts.

He’s scored 12 and assisted 10 this season, the first to reach double figures for both this season. Although it’s goals we need for this bet, and he has them in abundance.

He’s managed 5 goals in his last 7 Premier League encounters, a record that will more than suffice to get us this selection ticked off. He needs 3 in 6 in April.

The games are no easy feat for Arsenal’s title run-in, but if anyone will step up in the big games Saka is the man.

He’s scored 5 goals in 7 games against the so called Big 6 this season, including a double against Liverpool. The games he didn’t score, he assisted. Big game player.

He’ll also have the long-awaited return of Gabriel Jesus, who when he finds space as a false 9 allows the likes of Saka and Martinelli to make more advanced runs.

With Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea to play this season, what better time to be in a run of goal scoring form to lead the Gunners to the title.

Football icon Ivan Toney to score 3 or more goals
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7 fixtures – Brighton (A), Man United (A), Newcastle (H), Wolves (A), Aston Villa (H), Chelsea (A), Nottm Forest (H)

Goal Tally: 16 in 25

Ivan Toney has had his fair share of drama this campaign with his betting antics, but let’s just say we need him to win us one more?

His record has gone slightly under the radar with that media and the likes of Erling Haaland running away with the Golden Boot, but 16 in 25 is some achievement for a team in only their second season in the top flight.

They’ve established themselves as a strong midtable team, with dreams of those European places too.

Toney earned his first cap for England against Ukraine in midweek after another standout campaign.

He’s scored 8 in his last 12, at a rate of 0.67 goals per game. With 7 fixtures coming in hot for April, that rate would muster up 4.69 goals. Well over what is required.

They have a relatively nice run of fixtures with 4 of the 7 sides currently placed below Brentford in the table, including a favourable home fixture against Nottingham Forest at the end of the month if he hasn’t managed 3 already.

First up he’s travelling south to Brighton, a side he scored twice against back in November.

If you needed any more convincing, no side has converted more penalties this season than Brentford (6), and that’s massively down to Ivan Toney’s penalty success. He’s scored 27 of his 28 professional penalties in his career.

Football icon Alexander Isak to score 3 or more goals
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7 fixtures – Man United (H), West Ham (A), Brentford (A), Aston Villa (A), Tottenham (H), Everton (A), Southampton (H)

Goal Tally: 6 in 10

Alexander Isak has finally earned his starting place in a strong Newcastle side. They were struggling for goals and who better to take them out that rut than Isak.

He’s scored a goal every 103 minutes for the Magpies, and has scored 6 times despite starting just 7 games so far.

With 630 minutes of football to play, that’s him projected to score another 6 goals in April. We only need 3.

He’s scored 3 in his last 2 games, and his first goal he scored against Nottingham Forest was a sublime volley that even he described as a “great finish”.

The Swedish striker has a full set of skills to be a really impressive goal scorer, having the height to head in Kieran Trippier’s pinpoint crosses, the agility and dribbling to create his own chances, and the finishing to top it all off, something Allan Saint-Maximin has been missing.

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