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Bettor's Guide To EPL Goalscoring

Bettor's Guide To EPL Goalscoring

Premier League Futures Predictions

By Paul Seaton

Saturday November 5th

West Ham United (+105) vs. Stoke City (+245) 11am ET

Andre Ayew has been waiting to take part for much of West Ham's season. His career could really take off if he can hit the ground running for the East London club. Impressive for Swansea, he could help spearhead West Ham's resurgence. He's +500 to score first. 

Bournemouth (-155) vs. Sunderland (+400) 11am ET 

While Bournemouth are likely to win, Jermain Defoe is always a threat and has more away goals than almost any other active player in the Premier League. He's +175 to score at any time, and while The Mackems are in dire straights, it's hard ot keep a great goalscorer down. 

Burnley (+205) vs. Crystal Palace (+135) 11am ET 

Without Steven Defour, Burnley have not been the side that beat Liverpool and started the season so consistently. But last week's tie against the not-quite-mighty Manchester United may have given them their aura back. Icelandic goalscorer Johann Berg Gudmundsson could be their hero and he's +450 to score at any time against the Eagles. 

Manchester City vs. Middlesbrough (+1200) 11am ET 

Kelechi Iheanacho to score two goals is +275, and while Middlebrough are no pushovers, they haven't met Guardiola's City side yet, and will find the Nigerian too hot to handle.  

Chelsea (-185) vs. Everton (+475) 1.30pm ET 

Everton's mettle will be well and truly tested, but they can win and Lukaku will score, it a top pick at +900. 

Sunday November 6th 

Arsenal (Evens) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (+260) 8am ET 

A stunning game that always tends to find a hero to grab a goal, as seen in the amazing 4-4 tie in 2009: 

Who can be the hero on Sunday? We like an Alexis Sanchez opener, which is +900 to happen in the first 20 minutes. A great price.

Liverpool (-375) vs. Watford (+950) 10.15am ET 

Roberto Firmino to score between minutes 21-45 is an excellent +1200, so why not invest? Hull City (+450) vs. Southampton (-160) 10.15am ET

Charlie Austin can score the opener at +375 and, as you can see from their win against Burnley, Southampton can really open up sides that come up from the Championship.   

Swansea (+425) vs. Manchester United (-165) 11am ET 

If United can rely on one man, it's probably Marcus Rashford right now - here are all of his goals in the early part of his career: 

Rashford can score first and that's a good pick at +450. He's +130 to score at any time, but taking the +450 he scores last is the best idea as he may not start and have to come off the bench to perform heroics. 

Leicester City (-130) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+375) 12.30pm 

Demarai Gray to be last goal-scorer is a good pick. Real talent and a rocket of a shot. He's +1100.  

 

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