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Mohamed Salah will be looking to continue his goalscoring spree when Liverpool visit the Midlands to take on Wolves on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Burnley meet fellow Premier League strugglers Newcastle United and Southampton face south coast rivals Brighton.

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Every week I will be bringing you my favourite Premier League 3pm treble - I like the look of this one an awful lot and hopefully, you'll like it just as much when the results come in.

Southampton vs Brighton

Brighton travel to take on a Southampton side who are beginning to look nervy after a bit of an improvement a few weeks ago.

Southampton suffered a shock defeat to Norwich City before a 4-0 thrashing to Liverpool. However, they did end two successive losses by earning a point against Leicester City.

As for Brighton, they drew yet again - this time to high-flying West Ham.

Brighton are playing so much better than their results - they're just not winning. I think their winless run of nine will change on Saturday.

Newcastle vs Burnley

Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe applauds the fans after the final whistle during the Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium, London.

Burnley take on a Newcastle United side who look beleaguered at the bottom of the table and while Burnley aren't winning, they have played really well in their games against Southampton and Chelsea who they managed to earn draws from.

Despite just one win this season, Burnley are unbeaten in five Premier League games and will fancy their chances of sinking a Newcastle side still to win this season.

Wolves vs Liverpool

And finally, Liverpool travel away from home and will win very comfortably as they did against Everton midweek when they battered their Merseyside rivals.

Jordan Henderson opened proceedings but Mo Salah wasn't far from the action, bagging a brace in the 4-1 victory.

Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring for Liverpool in the Merseyside derby

Salah - who came seventh in this year's Ballon d'Or - has scored 13 goals in 14 Premier League appearances and 19 in as many games in all competitions.

There is just no stopping him at the moment and even an in-form Wolves side won't be able to contain him.

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