Bettor's Matchday 7 EPL Goalscorers
EPL Future Goal Scorers
By Paul Seaton
Friday September 30th
Everton (-140) vs. Crystal Palace (+375) 3pm ET
While The Toffees began the season well enough, they dropped all three points last week at Bournemouth, looking distinctly average for most of the game. They won't exactly welcome the visit of a resurgent Crystal Palace, who overload the box with heavy weaponry at every set piece, largely in the form of new £30m striker Christian Benteke. We fancy another player to bag a goal, though, in the shape of James Tomkins. The defender is always a threat and is an astonishing +1000 to score at any time.
Saturday October 1st
Swansea City (+525) vs. Liverpool (-210) 7.30pm ET
Swansea have not begun the season well, quite the opposite of Liverpool. But Fernando Llorente is not a bad bet to score. The Spaniard has a great touch, and is dangerous in the air too. He's +230 to score at any point in the game.
Hull City (+550) vs. Chelsea (-210) 10am ET
Chelsea are not as bad their own start (worse than Crystal Palace) would suggest, either. Last year's Player of the Season at Stamford Bridge, Willian has not been as dynamic in terms of numbers, but is getting closer and closer to netting. He's +210 to score at any time, a bet we'll be taking.
Sunderland (+140) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+205) 10am ET
It's hard to imagine things getting any worse for The Mackems' long-suffering supporters. Not only have they seen Big Sam Allardyce replaced by little David Moyes, but they've now seen their former boss sacked/mutually agree out of his office as England manager. Oh, and last week they threw away a 2-0 lead to lose at home to Crystal Palace!
Back Tony Pulis' main man to score again. Rondon is the value at +200 to score at any time.
Watford (+125) vs. Bournemouth (+220) 10am ET
Back Troy Deeney to barge his way to a goal to open the goalscoring action. It's +500 to occur.
West Ham United (+110) vs. Middlesborough (+250) 10am ET
If the Hammers are to ever get their season going, it might be at home to Middlesborough. Mark Noble takes their penalties and the East Ender can lift the roof off the London Stadium. He's +1200 to score first.
Sunday October 2nd
Manchester United (-335) vs. Stoke City (+900) 7am ET
United scored four in their last game without their talisman getting on the scoresheet. We're talking about the suave Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic, of course:
Back Zlat man again to open the scoring at +250.
Tottenham Hotspur (+245) vs. Manchester City (+105) 9.15am ET
Tottenham will go into this game with as much chance as any team who've taken on Pep's men this season. But while Spurs might halt the 100% record, we don't think they'll stop the revolutionized Raheem Sterling bagging another. He's +240 to score at any point in the 90 minutes.
Leicester City (+115) vs. Southampton (+240) 9.15am ET
Our pick for a man to back this weekend is playing at the home of the champions this week, but not in the blue of Leicester. Southampton's Charlie Austin has the ability to score all types of goals, just like he showed last year at Old Trafford:
Austin to score at any time is a lip-smacking +185.
Burnley (+700) vs. Arsenal (-265) 11.30am ET
Arsenal take their free-scoring troops to Turf Moor. Given the way pace undoes the home defense, we back Theo Walcott to score first at +120. We'd also encourage Arsenal to score two or more at -225. They almost cant fail to.
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