The away goals have flowed for Crystal Palace in entertaining wins against Dover, Burnley and Southampton since Alan Pardew took the helm.
It’s made a welcome change after four successive road games without scoring.
More hearteningly still for the Eagles, their goal-hungry troops have been taking it in turns to double-up, with three braces bagged in their last three outings beyond the confines of Selhurst Park.
First Scott Dann put two past Dover in the FA Cup third round, then Dwight Gayle’s one-two bookended the superb Turf Moor fight back.
Most recently it was Marouane Chamakh’s turn to act like lightning’s not supposed to and strike twice when the Moroccan’s goals downed Southampton.
The trio are 150/1, 18/1 and 18/1 to notch twice or more against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium respectively.
However, it could pay to swerve those who have already joined the at-the-double club in favour of last season’s post-January goal machine Jason Puncheon.
The local lad is 3/1 to net at anytime during proceedings against the Foxes and 20/1 to post a brace or more in what is most certainly a relegation six pointer.
Puncheon really came into his own this time last season, snaring his entire seasonal total of seven strikes after the turn of the year.
He also bagged a brace in a crucial away win against Cardiff during that hot streak to further emphasise his credentials to be Palace’s next away day brace bagger.
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Pardew’s men are 19/10 to annexe their fourth straight away win at the King Power Stadium, with Leicester 7/5 favourites to avoid back-to-back home defeats and the draw a 9/4 wager.