EPL Matchday 13 Bettor Goalscorer Guide
Premier League Future Goal Scorers
By Paul Seaton
Sat 26th November Burnley (+850) v Man City (-330) 7:30am ET
While Burnley performed admirably in the first dozen games, they fell apart last Monday and that does not fill their supporters with hope as Manchester City, hot on the league leaders Chelsea’s tails, arrive desperate for three points.
Sergio Aguero is a fantastic price to continue his strong record against the Clarets with a cheeky double. It’s +170.
Hull (+180) v West Brom (+160) 10am ET
West Brom have performed miracles at times since Tony Pulis has been in charge.
With a poverty of striking talent until Solomon Rondon turned up, and an unfit Berahino who wanted out, Pulis’ tenure hasn't been without difficulties.
Rondon is, however, a great buy. They are just three points behind Manchester United and can win again. Back Rondon to score and the Baggies to get all three points at +400. It’s our betting tip of the weekend.
Leicester (-125) v Middlesbrough (+350) 10am ET
Riyad Mahrez has endured a quiet season by his standards, especially after becoming PFA Player of the Year in his debut Premier League season in 2015/16: Leicester are up against it and need the Algerian to shine. Back him at +2500 to score the only goal of the game as the champions can edge out their North-East rivals 1-0.
Liverpool (-700) v Sunderland (+1600) 10am ET
While the Reds may win, we love the odds on Wahbi Khazri scoring the last goal of the game at +2000. It may be a consolation or a surprisingly valuable goal for the Mackems. One thing is guaranteed – if it happens, you won’t care.
Swansea (+150) v Crystal Palace (+180) 10am ET
Two basement sides but only one are under more pressure and will respond. Palace’s gigantic striker Benteke has to start chipping in with goals. He’ll grab the first at +400.
Chelsea (-120) v Tottenham (+400) 12:30pm ET
Eden Hazard has scored some wonder goals in his time. Here are ten of the best: The Belgian should net against a weakened Tottenham due to fatigue. He’s +450 to grab the opener.
Sunday 27th November
Watford (+140) v Stoke (+200) 7am ET
Daryl Janmaat already has a taste for goals after a sweet strike against Liverpool the other week. We can’t think of a reason why he’s +1000 to score at any time against a weaker Stoke side. The Dutchman is terrific value.
Arsenal (-275) v Bournemouth (+750) 11.15am ET
Laurent Kocielny is overpriced at both +900 to score at any time and +2500 to grab the last goal. He’s already done so against Burnley, and Bournemouth aren’t dissimilar, leaving spaces for opposition defenders to attack on set pieces.
Manchester United (-225) v West Ham (+600) 11.30am ET
The home side could again be without their regular defense. That opens the gap for opposition defenders and James Collins is +2200 to score at any time. He’s +6600 to score the first (or last) if you’re feeling luckier that Slaven Bilic and Jose Mourinho’s dry cleaners.
Southampton (Evens) v Everton (+275) 11.30am ET
Romelu Lukaku has a terrific away record and smashed home 25 goals last year. He's a great bet: Back the big Belgian to score first at +500. He won’t let you down.
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