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 £10,000 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 our 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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Everton v Crystal Palace (Saturday 12.30) – Richarlison
Winless in their last five Premier League away games and with just one win in their previous eight on the road, attentions are attracted to Everton this weekend and in particular Richarlison. The Brazilian is without doubt the Merseyside club’s danger man and can add to his 10-goal haul.
Wigan v Preston (Saturday 12.30) – Tom Barkhuizen
Preston’s four out-and-out strikers have only managed four goals between them this season and it has been up to Daniel Johnson and Tom Barkhuizen to bag them goals from midfield. The latter has found the back of the net eight times and has scored two in his last two outings.
Swansea v Derby (Saturday 15.00) – Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney helped fire his side through to the next round of the FA Cup with a goal in midweek and it has set up a clash with former club Manchester United. Rooney now has three goals in his last three games and his experience and ability can get him on the scoresheet once again here.
Luton v Cardiff City (Saturday 15.00) – James Collins
Luton are fighting for their Championship lives and will need star man James Collins to be in top form when Cardiff visit Kenilworth Road. Collins is one goal away from double figures and knows adding to his collection will boost the hosts’ survival chances this weekend.
Blackburn v Fulham (Saturday 15.00) – Aleksandar Mitrovic
No player in the Championship has scored more goals than Aleksandar Mitrovic this season and with a strike on average every 127 minutes, he looks the main man to follow in this fixture. The former Newcastle man is one away from hitting double figures as Fulham push for promotion.
Brighton v Watford (Saturday 17.30) – Glenn Murray
Brighton striker Glenn Murray has struggled for minutes this season. However, he made no mistake in taking his chances last weekend as the Seagulls came from behind to grab a point against West Ham. A win against Watford would boost their chances of survival and he’s likely to lead the line.
Nottingham Forest v Leeds (Saturday 17.30) – Lewis Grabban
The annual Leeds capitulation is well underway and Lewis Grabban will be the main threat for Nottingham Forest as they too push for promotion. The 32-year-old certainly isn’t showing his age having already bagged 16 goals this season and the Leeds defence will do well to keep him quiet.
Millwall v West Brom (Sunday 13.30) – Jed Wallace
With West Brom chasing automatic promotion and Millwall in the hunt for a play-off spot, Sunday’s lunchtime fixture could be a nervy one. Jed Wallace has been the catalyst for a lot of Millwall’s wins this season. He netted against Leeds last month and can be the one to leave the Lions roaring.
Sheffield United v Bournemouth (Sunday 14.00) – John Lundstram
They were fancied for relegation, but Sheffield United are currently fighting for a qualification spot for Europe and with no players scoring more than five goals, it has certainly been a team effort. Bournemouth don’t travel well and John Lundstram is the selection as he looks for another goal.
Manchester City v West Ham (Sunday 16.30) – Gabriel Jesus
They may have lost at Tottenham last weekend, but the hosts should have no trouble breaking down a flimsy West Ham defence this weekend. He hasn’t been in the best form, but it would be no surprise to see Gabriel Jesus get the nod having scored the last time these two sides met.
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