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Better Premier League Prop Goalscorers Tips

Better Premier League Prop Goalscorers Tips

Which Premier League players are going to score? 

By Paul Seaton 

Tuesday December 13th 

Everton (+300) vs. Arsenal (-115) 2.45pm ET

This game headlines the midweek explosion of Premier League football and it could be a classic. Everton have blown hot and cold all season, but can open up teams missing defenders. Without Shkodran Mustafi, Arsenal's gate could be open. Everton, and in particular Romelu Lukaku, can do to Arsenal what Lukaku did to the Gunners in the F.A. Cup when he scored this goal, which is worth watching not for the relatively simple finish, but Per Mertesacker against Lukaku and how easily the Belgian escapes him. 

Lukaku is +600 to get on the scoresheet at any time in an Everton win. That has to be backed. 

Bournemouth (+135) vs. Leicester City (+195) 2.45pm ET

Jamie Vardy is such a streaky striker that he probably wakes up to a bacon sandwich with pigs in blankets. He's +190 to score in back-to-back games (and at any time!) at a Bournemouth team who have conceded six goals in the last three hours of Premier League gameplay! Fill your boots. 

Wednesday December 14th 

Sunderland (+750) vs. Chelsea (-305) 2.45pm ET

Eden Hazard is a mouth-watering +330 to score the opening goal and he loves doing the business in the North-East. Back the Belgian to unlock a stubborn Sunderland defense. 

West Ham United (-160) vs. Burnley (+425) 2.45pm ET

Michail Antonio is a goal menace these days. Back the England roster member to notch in a Hammers win at +225. 

Middlesbrough (+450) vs. Liverpool (-175) 2.45pm ET 

Liverpool may struggle for goals, but can nick it. Back captain Henderson to get the only goal of the game in a vital 1-0 win. It's +6600! 

Crystal Palace (+400) vs. Manchester United (-150) 3pm ET 

A replay of last season's F.A. Cup final it may be, but Christian Benteke will see it as a perfect chance to continue his amazing scoring record against United. Whoever he transfers to, he scores against United with in his first game. Back the big Belgian at + 650 to open the scoring. Here's what he can do... and this was at Old Trafford! 

Manchester City (-400) vs. Watford (+950) 3pm ET  

Nolito made a point to Pep Guardiola the other day, and will do so again when he scores at any time for you at +150 in a Citizens victory. 

Tottenham Hotspur (-450) vs. Hull City (+1100) 3pm ET  

Spurs are an amazing +140 to score the first goal up to and including the 22nd minute on the European markets. Make sure you don't miss out - Pochettino's men are going to be seething after their performance on Sunday and desperate to make amends against a poor Hull team. 

Stoke City (+205) vs. Southampton (+140) 3pm ET  

We're not tipping anyone to score in this game. Take the +750 on offer in places about the 0-0 tie. 

West Bromwich Albion (-105) vs. Swansea City (+285) 3pm ET  

We'd love Chris Brunt to score after a few tasty sighters at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. The Baggies man is +650 to net at any time in a West Brom home victory. 

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