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Romelu Lukaku and Mario Balotelli in sensational 9/2 scorer double

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Rampant Romelu Lukaku and majestic Mario Balotelli are available at 9/2 both to hit home anytime for their respective clubs.

Lukaku will lead the line for Everton against former club West Brom, whilst Balotelli is charged with spearheading Liverpool’s attack against Aston Villa.

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Lukaku, Everton’s club record signing, was Toffees top scorer last term, netting 16 times in all competitions for Roberto Martinez’s men. The prolific poacher’s impressive performances whilst on loan at Goodison Park last season compelled Everton, who are 8/1 for a top four finish, to part with an eye-watering £28m fee for the powerful 21-year-old.

The former Chelsea frontman should receive a hero’s welcome upon his return to The Hawthorns, where he also enjoyed a temporary stint during the 2012-13 campaign.

Now a fully-fledged Belgium international, Lukaku rose to prominence with Anderlecht, scoring 41 goals in 98 appearances, before being plucked from his homeland by the Blues in in 2011.

Lukaku then wowed West Brom crowds, proving himself to be a striking star by netting 17 times to help the Baggies to an impressive eighth place Premier League finish.

Balotelli, meanwhile, will be looking to cause mayhem on Merseyside as Liverpool host Villa. The exciting Italian attacker has a tremendous record against the Villans, having put six past the West Midlands side in just four games during his stint with Manchester City.

The controversial superstar scored 20 goals in 54 outings whilst donning the Sky Blues’ shirt between 2010 and 2013, and was similarly sharp for AC Milan last term, hitting home 18 times for the Serie A giants.

Explosive Balotelli is also the main dangerman for Italy, with 13 goals in 30 caps for his country, including a memorable effort against England at the World Cup.

Reds fans will be hoping the fearsome Ghana-born forward can continue his fine form at Anfield and step into the sharpshooter role vacated by Luis Suarez.

Liverpool, 9/1 to win the Premier League, can expect Balotelli to thrive in a leading role. Especially when supported by top attacking options such as Raheem Sterling, who recently played a crucial role in the Three Lions’ victory over Switzerland, providing the assist for the opening goal.