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Saturday, 15 December, 2018

Ace hitman Aguero could return for Manchester City

Striker brushes off car smash

Sergio Aguero has made a rapid recovery from injury
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So much for a long-term injury.

Pep Guardiola has revealed Sergio Aguero, who remains as big as
8-1 for the Premier League Golden Boot, could return to the Manchester City side for their home clash against Stoke which is a huge boost for punters on the ante-post title favourites.

Aguero has made a rapid recovery from his car-crash injury and that's bad news for Stoke. The Argentinian hitman averages a goal every 78 minutes against the Potters, scoring eight in total.

Chelsea'Alvaro Morata could return against Roma in the Champions League on Wednesday but will miss the trip to Crystal Palace.

Morata's career minutes per goal record of 121 is outstanding, as is his league MPG this term of 82. It could open the door for Michy Batshuayi, who is rarely trusted by Antonio Conte but his career MPG of 145 is actually better than Romelu Lukaku's 152.

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Liverpool v Man Utd

Watford v Arsenal

Man City v Stoke

Crystal Palace v Chelsea

Tottenham v Bournemouth

Manchester United head to Liverpool, where forward Lukaku will be presented with the chance to showcase his ability in big matches after being accused of being a flat-track bully at previous club Everton.

This is United's first crack at one of their fellow English giants, although Lukaku had a respectable record when facing Liverpool with his five goals coming every 170 minutes.

Harry Kane has not yet managed to score a Premier League goal for Tottenham at their temporary Wembley home but his record against visiting Bournemouth is stupendous with his six goals coming at a rate of one every 42 minutes.

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The Argentinian averages a goal every 78 minutes against Stoke, scoring eight in total.
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