Grosvenor Goals gives users the chance to win £1 million if their 10 chosen players are all first goal scorers in a given game week.
The free-to-play game offers £10k for anyone who predicts 10 anytime goal scorers from their selections, with a £10 free bet to those who successfully pick three or more first scorers each week.
Here are the picks for the fourth game week of the Grosvenor Goals season.
Southampton Vs. Manchester United (Saturday 12:30pm) – Anthony Martial (Manchester United)
United will be looking to make a comeback after a disappointing defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace at the Theatre of Dreams last weekend. The Saints recorded their first win of the season when beating 10-man Brighton, however, looked less than convincing. United are strong favourites going into this clash and their number nine is backed to his two in three games.
Chelsea Vs. Sheffield United (Saturday 3:00pm) – Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)
Frank Lampard got his first win as Chelsea boss with Abraham netting two including the winner against a feisty Norwich last weekend. This should bode well for them going against relegation favourites Sheffield, and with the 21-year-old opening his Chelsea account in style it can only add to his confidence going into the weekend.
Crystal Palace Vs Aston Villa (Saturday 3:00pm) – Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
Jack Grealish has been a standout in Villa’s recent fixtures and a pivotal player in last year’s Championship campaign. Last season he managed six goals and six assists to help the Villans return to the Premier League, despite serving time on the sidelines through injury.
He is no stranger to scoring some wonder goals and having looked to have found his form already this term, he can get his first goal of the season with the opener this weekend.
Leicester City Vs. Bournemouth (Saturday 3:00pm) – Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)
Bournemouth have had a steady start to the season with one win, one draw and one defeat from their first three fixtures, while Leicester have only beaten Bournemouth once in eight games since gaining promotion to the Premier League.
That could all change this weekend and the three goals Leicester have scored this season have come via Jamie Vardy, Harvey Barnes and Wilfred Ndidi, and we fancy the chances of the former England frontman Vardy to break the deadlock this weekend.
Manchester City Vs. Brighton (Saturday 3:00pm) – Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)
With five goals in three games, Raheem Sterling really couldn’t have asked for a better start to his campaign. Brighton, however, will look to put up a fight with a positive start but the reigning champions should win this, and Sterling’s form doesn’t look likely to stop anytime soon.
Newcastle United Vs. Watford (Saturday 3:00pm) – Joelinton (Newcastle)
Watford come into this fixture bottom of the Premier League and without a point. They have also only scored one goal in three games while conceding three in two of those fixtures. Newcastle haven’t got off to a flying start themselves, but a win away to Tottenham showed their true intentions. Their club-record signing, Joelinton, scored his first goal in style, and we feel he could build on that with the opener this weekend.
West Ham Vs. Norwich City (Saturday 3:00pm) – Teemu Pukki (Norwich City)
Norwich have returned to the Premier League and settled in well, despite having to face both Liverpool and Chelsea within their first three fixtures. Teemu Pukki has quickly made a name for himself in his first-ever season in the top-flight, netting five goals in three games and we expect the Finnish striker can keep up his good early season form with the opener this weekend.
Burnley Vs. Liverpool (Saturday 5:30pm) – Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
Liverpool go into their away tie against Burnley with an of an average of three goals per match, while Salah has netted three out of the nine goals they have scored. Burnley’s sturdy defensive shape has caused trouble for many Premier League teams in the past, but Liverpool come into this game looking virtually unstoppable and Salah can get the Reds off to a good start this weekend.
Everton Vs. Wolves (Sunday 2:00pm) – Diogo Jota (Wolves)
Sunday’s opening game looks intriguing on as Wolves look to grab their first league win of the season while Everton look to stake their claim as solid top six challengers. Goals have not been hard to come by for Wolves in the Europa League, and Diogo Jota has consistently played well in a deadly partnership with Raul Jimenez. The Portuguese forward got nine goals for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side last season and will be wanting to better his tally this term, starting against Everton this weekend.
Arsenal Vs. Tottenham (Sunday 4:30pm) – Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
In what is shaping up to be one of the most interesting North London derbies we’ve seen in recent years, both teams will be looking to bounce back after losses last weekend. Harry Kane is the leading goalscorer in the fixture with nine goals in as many games and will be looking to add to his tally of two goals in the first three fixtures.