Future Premier League Goal Scorers Predictions
Back These Players To Score In EPL
By Paul Seaton
Saturday 19th November
Manchester United (+155) vs. Arsenal (+180) 7.30am ET
Last year's fixture finished 3-2. Both defenses were suspect under Louis Van Gaal and Arsene Wenger. There has, of course, been a major managerial change at Old Trafford, with Jose Mourinho taking on the poisoned chalice of being Manchester United manager.
One largely unsung goalscorer has been Juan Mata, who even before Mourinho arrived, had a terrific scoring record for the Red Devils, notching 26 goals:
The inspiring Spaniard is a mouthwatering +800 to net first, or a less risky +275 to score at any time.
Southampton (+255) vs. Liverpool (Evens) 10am ET
Whisper it quietly about the team who are top in November but are Liverpool really that good? Southampton won the corresponding fixture 3-2 last year, and with fewer players away on International duty, may be fresher this weekend. The Reds mark horribly at corners as Klopp has admitted. Virgil Van Dijk is an outstanding +800 to score at any time and a juicy +2500 to get the first goal of the game.
Crystal Palace (+475) vs. Manchester City (-190) 10am ET
Kelechi Iheanacho is +450 to be the last goalscorer, and given how he did at Selhurst Park last year, those are long odds. With Sergio Aguero likely to be rested after a heavy international week and Iheanacho an impact player, it's a superb bet.
Everton (-175) vs. Swansea City (+450) 10am ET
While Swansea handle opposition power easily, pace scares them to death. Yannick Bolasie is +170 to score at any time. That's the bet we'll be taking.
Stoke City (+120) vs. Bournemouth (+225) 10am ET
Why is Wilfried Bony (+400) better odds to score first than either Bojan, Shaqiri or Marko Arnautovic? If anything, Bony looks likely to be dropped. Invest in the mercurial Austrian goal machine below at +700 to score first.
Sunderland (+115) vs. Hull City (+255) 10am ET
David Moyes desperately needs a win and will get one thanks to Jermain Defoe. Back the pocket rocket to score in a 2-1 win for The Mackems. It's +2800.
Watford (+180) vs. Leicester City (+155) 10am ET
While many will back either Leicester's players or Watford's strikers to open the goal action, fast and skilful full-backs may cut off the supply line to the top of the pitch. Watford's top scorer has got all of his goals down the middle and from the midfield position. Back Capoue to score again, and first. It's +1000.
Tottenham Hotspur (-190) vs. West Ham United (+500) 12.30pm ET
Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen has largely gone unnoticed in a Spurs side that remain unbeaten after over a quarter of the season. The Great Dane hasn't scored many this season, but we think that could change in what is likely to be a ferocious London derby. The free-kick specialist is +165 to score at anytime and +550 to grab the opener.
Sunday 20th November
Middlesborough (+550) vs. Chelsea (-195) 11am ET
The Blues could run riot and Eden Hazard looks back to his best now. Back the temperamental Belgian at +450 to score first.
Monday 21st November
West Bromwich Albion (-110) vs. Burnley (+330) 3pm ET
This is tricky because there won't be any goalscorers in this basement level bore. No-one would score if they played for six hours. It's got 0-0 emblazoned on the programme or might as well have. Back a scoreless yawn-fest at +700.
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