Alan Pardew is expecting goals between Crystal Palace and Leicester City at the King Power stadium on Saturday afternoon, with both sides proving to be potent attacking outfits.
The Eagles are known for their ability on the road, having picked up some big points away from Selhurst Park this season, whilst the Foxes are one of the division's most effective goalscorers - as well as the league leaders when it comes to conceding goals.
Claudio Ranieri's men have scored and assisted in each of their nine Premier League games so far this season, shipping 17 in that time. For those reasons, Alan Pardew is expecting both sides to net this weekend.
"He (Ranieri) knows how to keep a winning run going, so it will be a tough game," Pardew said, previewing the fixture.
"They've only been beaten once this season and that was against Arsenal, that is a tremendous record and they'll be looking to keep that going.
"We'll be making sure that we try and throw as much offensive action at them as we can, and 17 goals [conceded] suggests there is a weakness there. We need to exploit that if we can.
"The chances of this game finishing 0-0 are zero," he added. "If you're going to Leicester, you should see some goals"
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