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Probable Gameday 3 Goalscorers

Probable Gameday 3 Goalscorers

Premier League Future Goalscorers

By Paul Seaton

Saturday September 10th

Manchester United (+125) vs. Manchester City (+220) 7.30am ET 


The first Manchester Derby of the Jose vs Pep era sees both sides with three from three games. Something has to give, but which side will be more dangerous in an attacking sense? It may be more logical to look at whose defense is more likely to hold out, and we rate Blind and Bailly in the middle for Manchester United as more capable than Stones and Otamendi.

Marcus Rashford made mincemeat of City at points in the 1-0 United win last year:

While we think this game will be tight for a while, the young striker may open the scoring. He's +2500 to do so after half-time and that's our bet of the week.

Arsenal (+125) vs. Southampton (+425) 10am ET


Here is the cycle of Arsenal goalscoring patterns: Arsenal sign a new striker. Arsene Wenger starts the next game with that striker on the bench. The home crowd are unsettled. They want to see the money on the pitch at The Emirates. The much-maligned current incumbent scores the opening goal (Olivier Giroud at +350). The complainers are drowned out by the cheer of a goal going in. Arsenal finish in the Top Four without winning the title. Repeat. 

Stoke City (+350) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (-125) 

One debutant we think will excel on Saturday is Wilfried Bony, who is +230 to score at any time. The former Swansea and Manchester City striker will be desperate to prove himself. Spurs, despite starting undefeated in three games, look a little off the pace. 

West Ham (-120) vs. Watford (+325) 10am ET

While The Hammers haven't set the league alight this year yet, they are only ever one attack away from a win with game-winners throughout the side. Cheik Kouyate is a brilliant +900 to score first. 

Bournemouth (+105) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+290) 10am ET

While Jack Wilshere will grab headlines and Bournemouth may win, Jonathan Leko at +550 to score any time is a great nod for Albion.

Burnley (+130) vs. Hull City (+235) 10am ET

Hull will probably need a goal and Dieumerci Mbokani is very capable of providing one at any time. He's +700 to do so. 

Middlesborough (+125) vs. Crystal Palace (+250) 10am ET

Benteke at +650 to score first may take some time, but pays off way more often than not. 

Liverpool (-165) vs. Leicester City (+425) 12.30pm ET

We're getting really specific here, but you can make a bundle. Philippe Coutinho to open the scoring between the 21st and 45th minute is +1800.

Sunday September 11th 

Swansea City (+450) vs. Chelsea (-170) 11am ET

David Luiz is +900 to score at any time on his second debut for The Blues. A story so crazy it just has to be true.



Monday September 12th

Sunderland (+265) vs. Everton (+105) 3pm ET

Romelu Lukaku often bullies smaller teams and he is an excellent +900 to score 2 or more goals against The Mackems.

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