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.
Brighton v Tottenham Hotspur – Saturday 12.30pm – Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur)
Both have made disappointing starts to the season and the visit of a big-six side is not what Graham Potter needed at the moment, with no wins since the opening day of the season. Spurs need to bounce back from their battering against Bayern, and quickly. Heung Min Son was Spurs’ best performer on Tuesday and should get himself a goal here.
Burnley v Everton – Saturday 3pm – Chris Wood (Burnley)
Burnley will be feeling much more optimistic than at this stage last season and another win this weekend would give them an excellent platform to avoid a relegation battle. Everton also need to avoid being sucked into a dogfight and are currently just two points above the drop zone. In Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood, Burnley have a high quality almost old-fashioned front two, and I fancy Wood to get himself on the scoresheet in this one.
Liverpool v Leicester City – Saturday 3pm – Mo Salah (Liverpool)
Although many people had predicted they may push the top four this season, Leicester will be delighted to be amongst it after seven games and another win here would be a huge statement of their ambitions. It’s not easy to beat Liverpool though, with the Reds closing in on City’s record of 18 consecutive Premier League wins. It’s hard to call this one though, so I’ll play it safe and back Mo Salah to score first.
Norwich City v Aston Villa – Saturday 3pm – Todd Cantwell (Norwich)
After a blistering start to their Premier League return, Norwich have tailed off somewhat in recent weeks. Aston Villa already look to be in trouble and will need to get Wesley scoring regularly if they want to survive. Todd Cantwell has impressed for Norwich playing off Teemu Pukki, with two goals and two assists, so don’t be surprised if he gets a goal on Saturday.
Watford v Sheff Utd- Saturday 3pm- Gerard Deulofeu (Watford)
Watford are already in danger of being cut adrift at the bottom as they wait for their first win of the season. Sheffield United have started much brighter than Saturday’s opponents and will be looking to stretch the gap to the bottom three even further in this one. I’m backing Gerard Deulofeu’s pace and trickery to be enough to get on the scoresheet this weekend.
West Ham v Crystal Palace – Saturday 3pm– Andriy Yarmolenko (West Ham)
West Ham look like another side who could spring a surprise this season, sitting in fifth place so far. They seem to be a more well-rounded side than in previous years and will look to push on, starting with Saturday’s visit of Palace.
Roy Hodgson’s side will be happy with their three wins so far but are still missing a consistent goal threat up front. Andriy Yarmolenko has returned from injury and put in some big performances. With three goals already this season, the Ukranian could well be on target again here.
Arsenal v Bournemouth – Sunday 2pm – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)
Bournemouth have once again made a solid start to the Premier League season, with 11 points on the board already. They now have plenty of credible options in attack and look threatening going forward.
With those around them struggling, Arsenal’s top-four chances have increased considerably since August. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the in-form striker in the league with 17 goals in his last 17 games. So once again I’ll play it safe and back him to grab another on Sunday.
Man City v Wolves – Sunday 2pm- Sergio Aguero (Man City)
Wolves got a much-needed win against Watford last time out but even so, a visit to the champions is the last thing they would have wanted. City have again been hit by injuries with Kevin De Bruyne the latest to be ruled out. You’d expect a home win nevertheless, with Sergio Aguero likely to get a goal if he survives Pep Guardiola’s selection roulette.
Southampton v Chelsea – Sunday 2pm– Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)
Ralph Hasenhuttl has been critical of his side at the weekend, despite pushing European finalists Tottenham all the way. Frank Lampard, on the other hand, will feel his young Chelsea team are starting to gel after the early teething process. He’ll be especially relieved to have a threatening striker leading the line, and Tammy Abraham could be in line for another goal in this one.
Newcastle v Man Utd – Sunday 4.30pm – Daniel James (Manchester United)
Neither side will be happy with their respective starts to the season, but you’d expect Steve Bruce will be given less chance to rectify this than his opponent on Sunday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s clear out of the United deadwood is clearly on-going but he’ll need results sooner rather than later. Summer signing Daniel James has been a rare shining light and I’m backing him to get a goal here.