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 the best of the Premier League action.
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Liverpool v Bournemouth (Saturday 12.30) – Sadio Mane
Liverpool finally had to surrender their formidable run when losing 3-0 to Wolves on Saturday evening, and that was followed by defeat in the FA Cup. They should bounce back here against the Cherries in front of the Anfield faithful and Sadio Mane could be the one to open the Reds’ account.
Arsenal v West Ham (Saturday 15.00) – Michail Antonio
Both sides were victorious at the weekend, with Arsenal booking their place in the FA Cup quarter-final and West Ham running out 3-1 winners over Southampton in the league. Michail Antonio grabbed the third goal in that game and will be in the running to get the first one at the Emirates.
Crystal Palace v Watford (Saturday 15.00) – Jordan Ayew
Crystal Palace’s Jordan Ayew scored the all-important goal to give his side the win in the M23 derby last time out and will be looking for his eighth Premier League goal against Watford here. The Hornets will be riding high after beating Liverpool but could be stung by the Ghanaian at Selhurst Park.
Sheffield United v Norwich (Saturday 15.00) – Lys Mousset
These two teams’ seasons can hardly have been much different, with Sheffield United chasing a European qualification spot and Norwich looking doomed to relegation. Lys Mousset hasn’t scored since netting four in six games at the end of last year but a dejected Canaries side could prove easy pickings.
Southampton v Newcastle (Saturday 15.00) – Danny Ings
Southampton will be looking to put in a convincing display after their recent loss to West Ham. As one of the most in form strikers in the Premier League, Danny Ings’ absence from the starting line-up was baffling and made the Hammers’ job easier. Ralph Hasenhuttl will be sure to reinstate him against the Magpies, knowing he’s a likely candidate to get the opener.
Wolves v Brighton (Saturday 15.00) – Raul Jimenez
After scoring a superb late winner at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, Raul Jimenez is in with a good shot of scoring the first of the match against Brighton. He’s having the best season of his career and his side are reaping the rewards, as they enter this match week level on points with fifth-placed Manchester United.
Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur (Saturday 17.30) – Chris Wood
Tottenham were leapfrogged by Wolves when losing to them last weekend and could now be leapfrogged by opponents Burnley. The Clarets will be keen to inflict the Londoners’ latest loss and Chris Wood is more than capable of opening the scoring at Turf Moor as he chases his 11th Premier League goal of the campaign.
Chelsea v Everton (Sunday 14.00) – Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Stamford Bridge is the venue for Sunday’s early kick-off as the Blues host the Toffees. Everton are never a team to be taken lightly and a win here could catapult them into the top half of the table. Dominic Calvert-Lewin was the first, and only, scorer against Manchester United last time out and has every chance of netting first again at The Bridge.
Manchester United v Manchester City (Sunday 16.30) – Kevin De Bruyne
There’s nothing like a Manchester derby to end a weekend of football and while the form book can often go out the window in games like this, it’s a probable scenario that Manchester United will not keep a clean sheet. Kevin De Bruyne is always a threat and he’ll be looking to be the one to commence the scoring.
Leicester v Aston Villa (Monday 20.00) – James Maddison
James Maddison’s future has been subject to much speculation of late, with Leicester still desperate to have him sign a new contract. Either way, he’ll certainly be on the teamsheet when the Foxes host Aston Villa on Monday and could just be the man to fire home first.
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