Grosvenor Goals GW36: First Goalscorer Predictions

Gameweek 36 of Grosvenor Goals is open! Simply select the first goalscorer correctly in our 10 selected games, and you’ll win £1M! Last week, we gave away a guaranteed cash prize of £5,000 to the player who selected the most first goalscorers. The punter who collected that guaranteed prize selected seven out of 10 correct, not bad going.

This week, there’s a guaranteed cash prize on offer again to whoever picks the most correct goalscorers, with that person winning £5,000, and of course, if you select any three correctly, you win a £10 free bet. Fancy your chances? Entries close at 12:25PM SATURDAY JULY 11TH

Below are this week’s 10 selected fixtures for Grosvenor Goals, and we at Grosvenor Sport have made our predictions for the first goalscorer in each of the 10 selected fixtures.


Game 1: Norwich vs. West Ham

Saturday, July 11th, 12:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Michail Antonio

Since the Premier League restart last month, no team in the Premier League has been in worse form than Norwich, losing all five of their league games, scoring once. The Canaries remain bottom of the Premier League table and will be relegated if they lose West Ham tomorrow. Michail Antonio has spearheaded the Hammers attack in recent weeks, picking up two goals in his last three games.


Game 2: Watford vs. Newcastle

Saturday, July 11th, 12:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Troy Deeney

Watford will look at their final four games and fancy themselves to get enough points to beat the drop this season and it starts with the visit of Newcastle. Steve Bruce’s side are looking shaky at the back having conceded seven goals in their last two Premier League games, and Troy Deeney will be fancying his chances to get on the scoresheet.


Game 3: Liverpool vs. Burnley

Saturday, July 11th, 3PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Naby Keita

An injury to Jordan Henderson has ruled him out for the rest of the season, meaning Naby Keita will almost certainly get an extended run in the side. The midfielder has impressed in recent games, picking up two assists in the last three games and has proven himself to be a real goal threat.


Game 4: Sheffield United vs. Chelsea

Saturday, July 11th, 5:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Christian Pulisic

There aren’t many players in stronger form at the moment that Christian Pulisic who has three Premier League goals since the restart as Chelsea look to cement their status as a Champions League club next season, and we like him to score again tomorrow.

Game 5: Brighton vs. Manchester City

Saturday, July 11th, 5:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Riyad Mahrez

Manchester City haven’t taken their foot off the gas since conceding the Premier League title to Liverpool, having won each of their last three league games without conceding, scoring 10 goals in the process. Riyad Mahrez poses a lot of threat in the final third and will give Brighton some problems.


Game 6: Wolves vs. Everton

Sunday, July 12th, 12PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Raul Jimenez

Wolves started the resumed season in fine form, winning three in a row without conceding, but have now lost their last two without scoring, so they’ll be desperate to get back to winning ways and back into the Champions League race. Raul Jimenez scored twice in those three successive wins and his goals are what will carry Wolves forward.


Game 7: Swansea vs. Leeds

Sunday, July 12th, 1:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Pablo Hernandez

In the Championship, Leeds are within touching distance of the Premier League as they sit six points clear of the third place at the top of the table with just four games to play. Pablo Hernandez scored and assisted in their 5-0 win over Stoke last time out and will be desperate to score against his former side.

Game 8: Aston Villa vs. Crystal Palace

Sunday, July 12th, 2:15PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Wilfried Zaha

Time is running out for Aston Villa to dig themselves out of the hole they’ve found themselves in but it’s hard to see them getting a result the way they’re playing, having scored just twice, conceding eight and earning just two points in their six games since the league restarted. Crystal Palace put in a brave performance against Chelsea but came away empty handed, but Wilfried Zaha did rediscover the goalscoring touch.


Game 9: Tottenham vs. Arsenal

Sunday, July 12th, 4:30PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Bukayo Saka

The marquee game of the weekend, the North London derby should be a hotly contested affair with the winner dealing a hammer blow to their rivals’ pursuit of European football. There’s no doubt that Arsenal are the form side, unbeaten in five games across all competitions, and Bukayo Saka’s form has been a pleasant surprise for all.


Game 10: Bournemouth vs. Leicester

Sunday, July 12th, 7PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Jamie Vardy

Bournemouth picked up their first point post-Lockdown with the draw against Spurs last time out but we can’t see them bettering that against Leicester. Jamie Vardy has Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Danny Ings breathing down his neck in the race for the Golden Boot and will be desperate to add to his 22 Premier League goals.

Here’s a look at our first goalscorer picks. How do you feel about our Grosvenor Goals selections this week, and who are you picking to be your 10 first goalscorers? There’s a GUARANTEED £5,000 to be won on this week’s games for the player who picks the most first goalscorers in the selected games, and a £1M jackpot if you get all 10 correct, so make sure you get your entries in. It’s free to play and the deadline for entries is 12:25PM SATURDAY JULY 11TH.





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