Best Premier League goal scorer bets
Top EPL goal scorer futures
By Matt Pitt
Harry Kane to score for Spurs vs. Everton
Every season pundits ask if Harry Kane can reproduce the same form as the previous season and each time the England international answers with a resounding yes.
Despite missing half of September and all of October through injury, Kane has scored 22 goals in 28 games in all competitions, with 17 of those coming in the Premier League. He’s now at the top of the goal scoring chart with Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku.
Kane just cannot stop scoring at the moment and has fired in three hat tricks in nine games. Kane and his teammates take on Everton at the weekend, and although The Toffees are organized at the back, I cannot see them stopping Kane for the full 90 minutes, not in the form he is in, which makes the +300 on Kane scoring first and -110 at anytime look like a bargain.
Manolo Gabbiadini to score for Southampton against Watford
It is unlikely, unless you follow Italian football, that you will have heard of Southampton’s striker Manolo Gabbiadini, a £14.6 million signing from Napoli. Until a few weeks ago that is.
The 25-year-old has hit the ground running since moving to England, scoring three goals in two Premier League games and two in the EFL Cup loss to Manchester United.
When you look at the games Gabbiadini played in before moving to Southampton in January, you see he has now scored at least once in each of his last six games and should find plenty of goal scoring opportunities against a Watford side that has leaked 43 goals in 26 league games.
As Gabbiadini is not well-known, yet, Bovada price him at +450 to open the scoring and +165 to score before the full time whistle. I happen to like both of these bets.
Jamie Vardy to score for Leicester City against Hull City
Jamie Vardy went nine games without scoring before he notching a consolation goal in the 2-1 defeat away to Sevilla in the Champions League. In his next game, a Premier League outing at home to Liverpool, Vardy was back to his brilliant best, bagging a brace in a 3-1 victory.
Against Liverpool, Vardy made more than 70 runs as he looked to break Liverpool’s defense down and that is the Vardy we all love. He’s back in business.
Leicester welcome Hull City to the King Power Stadium and must be licking their lips in anticipation of being given a glut of chances. While it is true that Hull are a more solid team since Marco Silva took over at the helm, they are still a side who has allowed their opponents to score 50 goals, 28 of those when they have been on the road.
You will find odds of +450 on Vardy to score first and +150 on him celebrating scoring before the referee signals for full time.