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 plus a few from the Championship.
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Southampton v Burnley (Saturday 12.30) – Danny Ings
Danny Ings played more than 100 times for Burnley but he won’t mind netting against his former club as he looks to continue his fine scoring run. The former Liverpool man has scored 14 times in the Premier League this season, an incredible 12 of which have broken the deadlock.
West Brom v Nottingham Forest (Saturday 12.30) – Charlie Austin
Charlie Austin knows all about the Premier League and he will be doing his best to fire West Brom back to the top-flight when the Baggies welcome Nottingham Forest to the Hawthorns. Austin is their top scorer this season with nine goals and should reach double figures this weekend.
Leeds v Bristol City (Saturday 15.00) – Nakhi Wells
Leeds are having their annual meltdown and it means attentions turn to Bristol City when it comes to finding a goalscorer. They don’t come much more dangerous than Nakhi Wells, with the attacker bagging 14 goals having begun the season at Queens Park Rangers before a January move.
Preston v Millwall (Saturday 15.00) – Tom Barkhuizen
Preston hold hopes of reaching the Premier League this season and Tom Barkhuizen’s recent run of goals have certainly helped their chances of making the play-offs. He netted again in midweek and could punish Millwall this weekend.
Cardiff v Wigan (Saturday 15.00) – Lee Tomlin
Lee Tomlin isn’t getting any younger but the Cardiff attacker’s thirst for goals shows no signs of retiring. The 31-year-old has found the back of the net in three of his previous four matches to give his side an outside chance of qualifying for the play-offs and Wigan at home should end in victory.
Sheffield Wednesday v Reading (Saturday 15.00) – Jordan Rhodes
In truth, Jordan Rhodes has been a bit quiet of late. However, the Championship stalwart knows exactly where the goal is and will be keen to get his name back among the scorers when Sheffield Wednesday take on Reading. Though a top-six finish looks a little out of reach for both sides.
Norwich v Liverpool (Saturday 17.30) – Mohamed Salah
With 31 goals in just eight games, it’s safe to say Liverpool enjoy playing Norwich and it could be a case of déjà vu again for the struggling Premier League side. Mohamed Salah scored the previous time these two sides went head-to-head and with 14 already this season, he can bag another.
Aston Villa v Tottenham (Sunday 14.00) – Dele Alli
Dele Alli is back to his best under the tutelage of Jose Mourinho and with Harry Kane out injured, he’ll have to pack his shooting boots once again for the trip to Villa Park. With Euro 2020 around the corner, another big performance is expected and he’ll be a dangerous force for the north Londoners.
Arsenal v Newcastle (Sunday 16.30) – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed three games through suspension, yet he is still Arsenal’s top scorer by six goals and without him they are a blunt force. Three points should be on the cards for the Gunners this weekend and the France-born striker will be leading the line for the hosts.
Chelsea v Manchester United (Monday 20.00) – Tammy Abraham
Chelsea were expected to splash the cash in January and sign another striker to help Tammy Abraham with the burden of being their main striker. However, the chequebook remained closed and it will be up to the English striker to add to his 13-goal tally against rivals Manchester United.