Matchday 10 EPL Goal Scorers
Back These Premier League Players To Score
By Paul Seaton
EPL Betting Tip Of The Week
By Paul Seaton
Saturday 29th October
Sunderland (+600) vs. Arsenal (-260) 7.30am ET
What Alexis Sanchez ever did to annoy Lionel Messi we'll never know. Maybe he got him with a really good April Fools' Day prank, like Saran Wrap over a cereal bowl or gluing the Argentine's cell phone to a bench. How Barcelona ever let Sanchez go is beyond us. The Chilean has been a consistent performer in that most inconsistent of Premier League teams, Arsenal. Never able to string together a title-winning run, The Gunners will again rely on Sanchez to dig them out of the mire. Get on him to score first at +350.
West Bromwich Albion (+600) vs. Manchester City (-225) 10am ET
Kelechi Iheanacho is +125 to score at any time, and is surely the pick of the bunch as the Baggies will try to shackle Sergio Aguero with about ten center-backs.
Manchester United (-550) vs. Burnley (+1600) 10am ET
It is dependent on him starting, but providing he makes the first XI, Anthony Martial can return to form to help Mourinho's men get back to winning ways.
Watford (-130) vs. Hull City (+360) 10am ET
Etienne Capoue's transformation into goalscoring hero for The Hornets is still surprising the bookies. Before they catch on, back the midfielder at +750 to open the scoring.
Middlesborough (+150) vs. Bournemouth (+200) 10am ET
Ben Gibson to score at any time is a potentially mouth-watering. The chairman's son is +1200 and already scored a home goal earlier in the season.
Tottenham Hotspur (-160) vs. Leicester City (+425) 10am ET
It has been some time since Danny Rose got his name on the scoresheet, but just like Christian Fuchs did for Leicester last week, Rose can hit a rocket of a shot, and is value to score at any time (+800).
Crystal Palace (+385) vs. Liverpool (-145) 12.30pm ET
Former strikers who misfire and then are sold for less than they were bought for always, always score when they see you next. It's a rule of the universe, and Christian Benteke looks like the player Liverpool wanted when they shelled out £30m for him. He scoring during the match is an inviting +200.
Sunday 30th October
Everton (-130) vs. West Ham United (+335) 9.30am ET
Dimitri Payet has his eye in and looks a great bet to score at any time (+275). Given his dead ball prowess, and the fact that West Ham will actively be targeting free-kicks and probably penalties as a route into the game, he isn't a bad bet at +900 to open the scoring.
Southampton (+210) vs. Chelsea (+125) 12 noon ET
Dusan Tadic is already one of the stars of this season and if Southampton hang on him beyond next summer, it will be an incredible achievement. Here he is at his best in 2015/16:
Tadic is a terrific bet to score at any time (+275), but we see no reason why he can't get the opener given Chelsea's style of defending on the road. Their three men at the back make it much harder for forwards to get space but open up the midfield zone for players with a keen eye for goal.
Monday October 31st
Stoke City (Evens) vs. Swansea City (+275) 4pm ET
Marko Arnautovic is +450 to score the opener and the Austrian is yet to really weigh in. With Bony in the wings, he'll respond to pressure now Stoke are creating a few more chances.
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