Grosvenor Goals gives users the chance to win £1million if their 10 chosen players are all first goal scorers in a 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 this game week of the Grosvenor Goals season, which includes all this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
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Chelsea v Tottenham (Saturday 12.30) – Dele Alli
Things aren’t going all that well for Tottenham in attack with both Harry Kane and now Son Heung-min ruled out for the foreseeable future through injury. Dele Alli will have to step up for Jose Mourinho and with the European Championship just around the corner, the Englishman will be out to prove his worth.
Burnley v Bournemouth (Saturday 15.00) – Chris Wood
Bournemouth look in danger of slipping into the Championship and it’s difficult to see them coming away from Turf Moor anything but empty handed. Chris Wood is the Clarets’ main outlet with 10 goals and it would be no surprise to see him add to his collection here.
Crystal Palace v Newcastle (Saturday 15.00) – Luka Milivojević
Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace don’t score many goals, but Luka Milivojević has a rocket of an effort and with penalties also within his remit, he could get the Eagles soaring again.
Sheffield United v Brighton (Saturday 15.00) – John Fleck
Sheffield United have shocked the Premier League this season and are just one win away from the Champions League spots. They will see a home game against Brighton as very winnable and with John Fleck linked with a move to Arsenal, you can tell he is impressing and he can net.
Southampton v Aston Villa (Saturday 15.00) – Danny Ings
Danny Ings is the key to Southampton’s survival and with opponents Aston Villa looking shaky at the back against Tottenham last weekend, it’s difficult to see them keeping him out.
Leicester v Manchester City (Saturday 17.30) – Riyad Mahrez
Riyad Mahrez won the Premier League with both Leicester and Manchester City and although neither will be doing so this season, he will still be keen to get one over on his former club.
Manchester United v Watford (Sunday 14.00) – Anthony Martial
Like Tottenham, Manchester United have the pain of being without their best striker, with Marcus Rashford ruled out for the foreseeable. Odion Ighalo is not yet match fit and with Anthony Martial expected to lead the line, the Frenchman is the one likely to be banging in the goals.
Wolves v Norwich (Sunday 14.00) – Raul Jimenez
Norwich are another team on the brink of relegation and their away form this season suggests Wolves will have the majority of it their own way. Raul Jimenez holds dreams of emulating Javier Hernandez as the league’s most prolific Mexican and a few goals against the Canaries will help.
Arsenal v Everton (Sunday 16.30) – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal found their scoring boots in the second-half of last weekend’s victory over Newcastle and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was one of those returning to the scoresheet. A confidence player, he will surely have chances to add to his tally as the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona keep tabs.
Liverpool v West Ham (Monday 20.00) – Sadio Mane
West Ham had the pleasure of hosting Liverpool just a few weeks ago and with the Reds still unbeaten and West Ham struggling, a home win looks a forgone conclusion. Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane tend to fight it out for first goal scorer but the latter is fancied slightly more.
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