GAMING: Who will be Barcelona's Star Striker?

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Romelu Lukaku, Robert Lewandowski and Lionel Messi head our list of probable goal scorers in round 18 of Goal Star Strikers.

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Romelu Lukaku, Everton v West Brom:

Everton welcome West Brom on Saturday and Lukaku is in the form of his life. The 23 year old Belgian international has scored in Everton’s last two games and has scored against West Brom 3 times before.

Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich v Frankfurt:

Lewandowski returns to action at the Allianz Arena this weekend, after destroying Arsenal in the Champions League. Having scored six goals in his last three home games, the Poland international has a shooting accuracy of 49%.

Lionel Messi, Deportivo De La Coruna v Barcelona:

Lionel Messi scored in the 4-0 victory over Deportivo in October, and will be looking to add to his tally of 23 league goals when they travel to Estadio Riazor in La Liga on Sunday. He not only scored in what has deemed to be the greatest comeback in football against PSG on Wednesday, but has scored five goals in his last five games.

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Edinson Cavani, Lorient v PSG:

Following disappointment at Camp Nou, PSG’s focus is now firmly on retaining their Ligue 1 title. PSG have won their last 9 matches against Lorient in all competitions and Cavani is having a impressive season scoring 27 goals in 25 games.

Josh King, Bournemouth v West Ham:

Bournemouth are looking to pick up their form as quickly as possible or run the risk of being dragged into the relegation battle. Josh King scored a 88’ minute goal at Old Trafford to gain a vital point at Old Trafford adding to his eight goals in 21 appearances for the cherries and has an impressive shooting accuracy of 63%.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid v Real Betis:

The Portuguese forward scored in the 6-1 demolition of Real Betis in October. Real Madrid have won their last 6 home matches against Real Betis in all competitions, and Ronaldo confidence will be high scoring three out of his last five games for the Spanish giants.

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Pedro, Chelsea v Manchester United:

Who can forget Pedro’s goal in under 60 seconds against Manchester United when these two sides last met in the Premier League? What was a nightmare return for Jose Mourinho, Chelsea will be feeling confident they can replicate the same form in the FA cup on Monday. Pedro has scored four times in his last six appearances in the cup and has a shooting accuracy of 43%.

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