Grosvenor Goals has been given a brand-new look and is back for the 2019-20 football season.
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 sixth game week of the Grosvenor Goals season, which includes all this weekend’s Premier League fixtures and you can also take a look at our football betting odds.
Sheffield United v Liverpool (Saturday 12.30pm) – Sadio Mane (Liverpool)
Few would have believed back in May 2018 that Man City’s record 18 consecutive wins would be under threat so soon but Liverpool are within three after victory over Chelsea on Sunday. Jurgen Klopp’s men have been relentless and should pick up another win at Bramall Lane against Sheffield United.
Chris Wilder’s men will be no pushover following their solid start to life in the Premier League but the Reds should have too much and I’m backing Sadio Mane to continue his great form.
Crystal Palace v Norwich (Saturday 3.00pm) – Teemu Pukki (Norwich)
Despite picking up a reasonable tally of eight points so far, Crystal Palace have looked somewhat toothless up front, failing to score in three matches. Norwich, on the other hand, have been extremely potent going forward, with Teemu Pukki taking most of the plaudits. The Finnish frontman should fancy his chances of getting on the scoresheet at Selhurst Park, and I think he’ll open the scoring.
Aston Villa v Burnley (Saturday 3.00pm) – Wesley (Aston Villa)
Another team to have made a reasonably solid start is Burnley. Sean Dyche’s side are well placed to have a good campaign and will definitely not fear a trip to Villa Park. Summer signing Wesley got another goal for Villa in their defeat at Arsenal and may well get on the scoresheet again here.
Bournemouth v West Ham (Saturday 3.00pm) – Harry Wilson (Bournemouth)
West Ham fans will be quietly whispering about their top-six ambitions following a convincing win against Man United. With Arsenal not playing until Monday, Manuel Pellegrini’s men could well find themselves in the top four come Saturday night.
Bournemouth have shown promise too. Harry Wilson especially has stepped up to Premier League level well since his loan move from Liverpool and I’m backing him to get another goal for the Cherries.
Wolves v Watford (Saturday 3.00pm) – Diogo Jota (Wolves)
The Premier League’s basement clubs face off in what could already be a relegation six-pointer at Molineux. Nuno Espirito Santo will be feeling the pressure after Wolves’ nightmare start to the season, whilst a win would compound Watford’s worries. Diogo Jota has been Wolves’ best performer thus far this campaign, so I’ll back him again here.
Tottenham v Southampton (Saturday 3.00pm) – Heung-Min Son (Tottenham)
Despite a strong summer window, Mauricio Pochettino’s project seems to have gone stale this season following a defeat to Leicester and a Carabao Cup exit to Colchester. He could well ring the changes against Southampton, who beat rivals Portsmouth in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, but Heung Min Son is the man I’m backing the open the scoring. He’s a consistent performer for Spurs, particularly at home.
Chelsea v Brighton (Saturday 3.00pm) – Mason Mount (Chelsea)
The fact that new signing Christian Pulisic has been nothing more than a side note in his Chelsea career so far shows quite the impact Mason Mount has had. The attacker has incredible movement and always finds himself in goal scoring positions. Brighton will do well to keep him off the scoresheet in this one.
Everton v Man City (Saturday 5.30pm) – Sergio Aguero (Man City)
Not much needs to be said about City’s demolition of Watford. The game was over within 20 minutes after City’s blistering start. A visit from the Champions, therefore, is probably the last thing that Everton wanted as they languish in 14th place. I’d expect City to pile further pressure on Marco Silva with a win here, with Sergio Aguero scoring for the seventh game in a row.
Leicester City v Newcastle (Sunday 4.30pm)- Jamie Vardy (Leicester)
Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester are positioning themselves as top-six contenders after beating Spurs at the weekend to claim third place. It’s early days, but they seem to have enough quality in the team to compete with almost anyone.
Newcastle, on the other hand, have looked devoid of inspiration thus far under Steve Bruce and will be looking down the table with trepidation. Leicester should win this one, with Jamie Vardy grabbing a goal for the Foxes.
Manchester United v Arsenal (Monday 8.00pm)- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The game of the weekend comes on Monday night at Old Trafford with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team needing a response following defeat against West Ham. Ole will be given time, but a defeat at home against Arsenal will do nothing to ease his position.
Arsenal have made a reasonably solid start despite looking a little leaky in defence. A win here would be a huge boost ahead of their top-four surge and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could well add to his six Premier League goals so far this term.