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Bettor's Guide To Goalscorer Props

Bettor's Guide To Goalscorer Props

Who Is Going To Score In The Premier League?

By Paul Seaton

Saturday 3rd December 

Manchester City (+110) vs. Chelsea (+235) 7.30am ET

The Citizens welcome table-topping Chelsea in the early kick-off, with their main man Sergio Aguero looking to carry on his incredible form against the Blues. The pocket Argentine scored a hat trick last year against Chelsea and is a great pick to grab a couple this time round at +450. Here he is scoring the first 11 goals he's grabbed this season for Manchester City: 

Tottenham Hotspur (-300) vs. Swansea City (+750) 10am ET 

Spurs will be desperate to get back to winning ways after Chelsea beat them last week. Harry Kane should get back to scoring ways and he is +1000 to get the first goal between 21-45 minutes. We also really like him to score first and a Spurs 2-1 win. It's +4000.

Crystal Palace (+225) vs. Southampton (+125) 10am ET 

While Palace suffered a horrific last-minute 5-4 defeat at Swansea on Saturday afternoon, Southampton got the better of former manager Ronald Koeman's Everton. Saints will be a massive threat at Selhurst Park, and while they might not be victorious, we fancy James Ward-Prowse to score at any time. He's +500 to do so.  

Sunderland (+210) vs. Leicester City (+130) 10am ET

While The Mackems are playing better in recent weeks, Leicester were great last season when they had no midweek game to disrupt their training. We expect them to turn it on a bit at the Stadium of Light, and Robert Huth at +900 is grerat valueto score at any time in the 90 minutes. 

Stoke City (-155) vs. Burnley (+425) 10am ET

Giannelli Imbula is +550 to score at any time and against a Burnley side with players missing through injury, it could be a comfortable game for the Potters. 

West Bromwich Albion (+115) vs. Watford (+200) 10am ET

Salomon Rondon is a great bet at +400 to score first, but we also like him to score first in a Baggies win. West Brom are a great bet all round to win this game. 

West Ham United (+330) vs. Arsenal (-130) 12.30pm ET

With Diafra Sakho on the scoresheet last weekend, Hammers fans will be disappointed that the striker doesn't make the squad for a London derby. Will West Ham bring Andy Carroll back into the fold? He got a hat-trick last year against The Gunners. 

While Carroll is a good target man, so too is Ashley Fletcher, who scored in midweek against Manchester, the side who let him go. He's +2000 to score in the first twenty minutes or +2500 to grab a goal in the following 25. 

Sunday 4th December

Bournemouth (+355) vs. Liverpool (-140) 8.30am ET 

While The Cherries are 'good picks' and won't drop like a stone, The Reds will need to get goals and are without Coutinho. Sadio Mane is +140 to score at any time and could well prove pivotal before he leaves Merseyside for the Africa Cup of Nations. 

Everton (+245) vs. Manchester United (+115) 11am ET

Romelu Lukaku is +500 to score first, and unlike against Chelsea, his former club against whom he has never scored, he loves playing well against Manchester United. Here he is in belting form already this season (apart from when he played Chelsea):

Monday 5th December

Middlesborough (-130) vs. Hull City +380) 3pm ET

Boro are likely to get the better of this game due to having had all week to prepare for it while Hull were embroiled in a penalty shoot-out after two hours of football against a stubborn Newcastle side. Back Negredo to score first at +400. 

 

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