Grosvenor Goals Predictions: Gameweek 35

Gameweek 35 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. We had four players all make four correct selections, seeing them equally split the prize pot, walking away with £1,250. Not bad going from a free entry.

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 5:55PM TUESDAY JULY 7TH

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: Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea

Tuesday, July 7th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Christian Pulisic

Chelsea rediscovered the winning formula last weekend with a comfortable 3-0 win over Watford, and in the race to secure Champions League football hotting up, they can’t afford many more slip-ups as they travel to South London to take on Crystal Palace. Pulisic didn’t net in the weekend win but has the faith of Frank Lampard for the long-term and we like him scoring tomorrow night.

Game 2: Watford vs. Norwich

Tuesday, July 7th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Abdoulaye Doucoure

In a huge relegation six pointer, Norwich couldn’t need the win more. Defeat to 17th-placed Watford would leave the Canaries 10 points from safety with 12 to play for, whereas a win puts them just four back with four games to play. Unfortunately, we can’t foresee a scenario where they get the job done, and like Abdoulaye Doucoure of Watford to score first.


Game 3: Arsenal vs. Leicester

Tuesday, July 7th, 8:15PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal have won three in a row now and find themselves just three points back of Wolves in sixth, and the form of Aubameyang has been a huge factor in that. The striker has two goals in the Gunners’ three-match winning run and has three goals in three career games against the Foxes.


Game 4: Manchester City vs. Newcastle

Wednesday, July 8th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Gabriel Jesus

Manchester City’s defeat at Southampton was not for the want of trying, with stats suggesting City had an xG of 3.74. Creating chances isn’t their problem, but converting them is in the absence of Sergio Aguero. Gabriel Jesus didn’t have much luck last time out, but we can see him breaking the deadlock against Newcastle.

Game 5: Sheffield United vs. Wolves

Wednesday, July 8th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Adama Traore

Four points from their last two games have helped Sheffield United move back up into eighth and firmly in the race for European football as they prepare to take on Wolves who remain in the battle for the top four. Looking to bounce-back from their Arsenal defeat, Wolves will take the game to the Blades and the pace of Adama Traore is a perennial threat.


Game 6: West Ham vs. Burnley

Wednesday, July 8th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Jarrod Bowen

The Hammers have turned things around lately with four points from two games, and will think of themselves as unlucky not to have beaten Newcastle last time out. Bowen has contributed three assists in their last two outings and has looked dangerous in the final third, so we’re picking him to score against a beat-up Burnley side missing Ben Mee and Matt Lowton in defence.


Game 7: Brighton vs. Liverpool

Wednesday, July 8th, 8:15PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Roberto Firmino

Liverpool were not at their fluid best on the weekend but had enough to see off Aston Villa. Roberto Firmino was rested for that game as his dire home record continues, but away from home he’s had greater fortune in front of goal, and we’re taking him to score first at the Amex.

Game 8: Bournemouth vs. Tottenham

Thursday, July 9th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Harry Kane

Spurs have fallen back in their pursuit of European football next season, sitting 10th in the Premier League at the time of writing, but are still in touching distance of those above them. There aren’t many teams Harry Kane enjoys playing against more than Bournemouth, with seven goals in seven career games against the Cherries.


Game 9: Everton vs. Southampton

Thursday, July 9th, 6PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Nathan Redmond

Two teams stuck in mid-table looking ahead to next season, Everton and Southampton will be using the final few games to learn about their squads ahead of a summer transfer window where they’ll look to retool their playing staff. The Saints will be buoyant after a shock win over Manchester City, and Nathan Redmond is one of Ralph Hassenhüttl’s most dangerous attackers.


Game 10: Aston Villa vs. Manchester United

Thursday, July 9th, 8:15PM

First Goalscorer Pick: Marcus Rashford

Manchester United are scoring goals for fun at the moment, with everyone in the front three contributing towards it. Rashford scored his first goal post-lockdown in the 5-2 win over Bournemouth and will like his chances to score again against an Aston Villa side who have only kept one clean sheet since football returned.

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 4TH.








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