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Grosvenor Goals | Sir Geoff Hurst shares his picks for game week 7

England World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst will pick 10 first goal scorers each week for the 2018/19 Grosvenor Goals campaign. 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, which will be running throughout the 2018/19 season, will also offer £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.


Sir Geoff will play his part too – if he selects four or more first goal scorers in a game week, all users who play Grosvenor Goals that week will win a £10 free bet.


In game week six, the legendary World Cup winner correctly predicted three Grosvenor Goals scorers after Sergio Aguero, Alexandre Lacazette and Harry Kane broke the deadlock in their respective games. Sir Geoff is hoping to add to that tally this weekend – here are his picks for another weekend of Premier League action.

West Ham v Man Utd (Saturday, 12.30pm) – Anthony Martial

The Frenchman has been in and out of the Man Utd side for a while now, but looked very dangerous in his side’s win in the Champions League last week. West Ham defended admirably against Chelsea, but Sir Geoff is backing Martial to break the deadlock in Saturday’s early kick-off.

Arsenal v Watford (Saturday, 3pm) – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Aubameyang has scored 12 goals in 19 league appearances since his move from Borussia Dortmund in January and has quickly established himself as one of the league’s most potent finishers. The Gabonese forward scored against Watford last season and could punish the Hornets again.

 Everton v Fulham (Saturday, 3pm) – Theo Walcott

The former Arsenal man’s career finally appears to be on the right path after a number of baron years at the Emirates and has already helped himself to two goals this season. He looked dangerous against his former side on Sunday and should be able to make the most of Fulham’s leaky defence.

Huddersfield v Spurs (Saturday, 3pm) – Lucas Moura

The former PSG man has looked fantastic this season, scoring three times – including a brace at Old Trafford in a 3-0 win over Man Utd. He’s playing with confidence, and his pace and trickery could be too much for Huddersfield’s defence.

Man City v Brighton (Sat, 3pm) – Sergio Aguero

Sergio Aguero notched his fourth goal of the season in City’s 5-0 thrashing of Cardiff, and the Argentinian will be looking forward to facing a Brighton side that has conceded 11 goals so far. Sir Geoff is backing him to open the scoring again.

Newcastle v Leicester (Saturday, 3pm) – Jamie Vardy

Vardy got back to his clinical best last week as Leicester saw off Huddersfield at the King Power. The former England striker will be keen to continue his goalscoring form and can do so against the lowly Magpies.

Wolves v Southampton (Sat, 3pm) – Raul Jimenez

Wolves were good value for their draw at Old Trafford and in fact could have won the game had they been a bit more clinical. Jimenez scored the opener against Burnley a couple of weeks ago and can do so against Southampton on Saturday afternoon.

Chelsea v Liverpool (Sat, 5:30pm) – Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah silenced any critics who thought he was out of form with a goal against Southampton last week as Liverpool continued their impressive start to the season. Salah scored against his former side last season and Sir Geoff reckons the Egyptian will open the scoring at Stamford Bridge.

Cardiff v Burnley (Sun, 4.00pm) – Ashley Barnes

Barnes grabbed two goals against Bournemouth last week and he’ll be full of confidence for his side’s trip to Cardiff on Sunday. The Clarets will want to pick up where they left off against Bournemouth and Barnes can start them on their way.

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (Mon, 8.00pm) – Callum Wilson

Wilson’s energy and tenacity typify what Bournemouth are all about and at home they are a tough test for anyone. He missed a couple of good chances against Burnley and he could right those wrongs on Monday night against Palace.





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