Million Pound Picks Gameweek 25: Premier League Preview
Premier League prediction time! Million Pound Picks Gameweek 25 is open, giving you your free and weekly chance to win ONE MILLION POUNDS. That’s right, a £1M jackpot is up for grabs – and you can get that by predicting 10 Premier League goalscorers correctly this weekend.
There’s a guaranteed £2000 Grosvenor Sport giveaway that will go to our best player – congratulations to Hayley who did the business last week with 5/10 correct answers – and we’ll be dishing out £10 Free Bets to anyone who gets three or more correct answers.
We’ve got all you need to know about Million Pound Picks right here, but if you’re happy then let’s crack on and take a look at the Premier League fixtures in Gameweek 25. Who do we think will score the goals to win you the cash? Let’s take a look.
Raheem Sterling didn’t take long to continue his hot streak against Arsenal, scoring within 90 seconds to set City on their way against the Gunners. West Ham are in fine form, but the league leaders have won 19 games in a row. It’s getting silly now. We’re rolling with Raheem.
Brighton bombarded Crystal Palace’s goal despite defeat in the A23 derby, and West Brom’s fractious defence could be in for similar treatment. Leandro Trossard is our choice to break the Baggies.
Leeds v Aston Villa could be entertaining, and a lot depends on Jack Grealish’s availability. But at this point in time, we’re looking at Leeds and Raphinha (we’ll do it until he scores!). The mercurial midfielder is primarily a creator, but we feel a goal coming soon. This could be the day.
Pedro Neto has helped to spark the mini-est of a Wolves revival and Newcastle are a lovely team to play against when looking to bounce back to your best. He’s our selection to score first at St. James Park – and we’re going for Jean-Philippe Mateta in Saturday night’s battle at the bottom. The Frenchman struck his first Eagles goal in midweek and we’re calling a case of déjà vu.
Harvey Barnes has been a revelation this season. England squad, anyone? He might be too far down the pecking order to set the Euros alight, but he’s top of our pecking order this weekend. The Leicester man can terrorise Arsenal’s backline and further help the Foxes’ Champions League push.
Spurs need three points to keep alive their European hopes and should have too much for Burnley. We’re just hoping for a repeat of the 2019/20 Premier League Goal of the Season; that’s why we’ve opted for Son Heung-Min.
Olivier Giroud is magic – his overhead kick in Madrid this week was the latest wondergoal for the career highlights reel. The in-form Chelsea could prove too much for Man Utd at Stamford Bridge. United are still second but with some slight stutters in recent weeks, we’re all for the Frenchman.
And although Liverpool are having a torrid time, no one has it quite as bad as Sheffield United. It’s the perfect opportunity for the Reds to bounce back and Mo Salah should have a good day against the blunt Blades.
Everton are riding on a high after their first Merseyside Derby win at Anfield for over two decades. Richarlison did the business early on against the out-of-sorts Liverpool, and we’re backing the Brazilian to break down a Southampton side still looking for form.
And that’s your lot. Listen to us, don’t listen to us, whatever you want. Just make sure you get your Million Pound Picks in by 12:25pm on Saturday 27th February. Good luck!
Premier League betting is available all season long with Grosvenor Sport and here are the odds on our Million Pound Picks to score first and anytime this weekend – just in case you were wondering.
- Raheem Sterling – 22/5 first, 6/5 anytime
- Leandro Trossard – 15/2 first, 3/1 anytime
- Raphinha – 17/2 first, 11/4 anytime
- Pedro Neto – 7/1 first, 14/5 anytime
- Jean-Philippe Mateta – 13/2 first, 5/2 anytime
- Harvey Barnes – 15/2 first, 11/4 anytime
- Son Heung-Min – 21/5 first, 27/20 anytime
- Olivier Giroud – 19/4 first, 8/5 anytime
- Mo Salah – 14/5 first, 8/11 anytime
- Richarlison – 13/2 first, 49/20 anytime
*Stated odds correct at time of writing