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 twelfth 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.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) – Tammy Abraham
Only one player has found the back of the net more than Tammy Abraham in the Premier League this season and with the Blues in such good form, it would take a brave person to bet against him notching again here.
Burnley v West Ham (Saturday, 15.00pm) – Ashley Barnes
With Chris Wood struggling for fitness and West Ham so out of sorts of late, Ashley Barnes looks the one to side with as Burnley bid to make their home advantage count. Barnes has already netted four this season and having seen the Hammers ship three at home to Newcastle last weekend, he’ll be confident of adding to his collection.
Newcastle v Bournemouth (Saturday, 15.00pm) – Ciaran Clark
Three of Newcastle’s last four goals have come from defenders and Ciaran Clark’s aerial threat was clear for everybody to see when he opened the scoring at the London Stadium against West Ham. Set pieces are something Steve Bruce and his side have worked on of late and he could net again.
Southampton v Everton (Saturday, 15.00pm) – Danny Ings
Southampton suffered a 9-0 defeat at the hands of Leicester and then back-to-back defeats by Manchester City, so scoring goals hasn’t been one of the hosts’ easiest challenges of late. However, Danny Ings is always dangerous having bagged six already this season and he is fancied to score.
Tottenham v Sheffield United (Saturday, 15.00pm) – Harry Kane
Harry Kane is always a danger and he looks the most likely candidate to open the scoring when Tottenham welcome Sheffield United to north London. Many home fans will be seeing this as a potential banana skin, but an early Kane goal could set them on their way to victory.
Leicester v Arsenal (Saturday, 17.30pm) – Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy infamously turned down a move to the Emirates a few summers ago and would like nothing more than to show Arsenal what they are missing once again. The former England international became the first striker to hit double figures this season and this fragile Arsenal side is likely to struggle to contain him.
Cardiff City v Bristol City (Sunday, 12.00pm) – Andreas Weimann
Andres Weimann has been tasked with leading the line for promotion-chasing Bristol City this season and he has repaid that faith in him by netting six goals in the Championship. He played an influential part in their recent draw away against Barnsley and will be the main danger here.
Manchester United v Brighton (Sunday, 14.00pm) – Marcus Rashford
With two goals in his previous three Premier League appearances, Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has silenced the doubters of late as he continues to be tasked with replacing Romelu Lukaku. He netted last time he faced Brighton and can punish the Seagulls again.
Wolves v Aston Villa (Sunday, 14.00pm) – John McGinn
Aston Villa attacker John McGinn has already netted two on the road this season, getting the better of both Tottenham’s and Arsenal’s defences. He also bagged in the recent draw with Burnley and netted a hat-trick on international duty for Scotland so he certainly knows where the goal is.
Liverpool v Manchester City (Sunday, 16.30pm) – Raheem Sterling
Raheem Sterling scored against his former employers last time out and will be keen to put in a big performance as Manchester City look to close the gap on leaders Liverpool. The attacker has already netted seven goals this season and he will certainly have chances to improve on his tally here.
Let us know who you have picked below and submit your Grosvenor Goals picks.
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