Premier League Match Day 28 Goal Scorer Predictions
Expert EPL Goal Scorer Picks
By Paul Seaton
Saturday 11th March
Everton vs. West Bromwich Albion (+450) 10am ET
Two teams who have impressed this season meet at Goodison Park. While Everton still aim to catch Manchester United in sixth position, recent results suggest that West Brom is consigned to middle-of-the-pack status.
Tony Pulis’ teams have a habit of heading to the beach once safety is achieved, and Everton are superb value at +130 to be leading at half-time. Everton are also a decent +175 to score in both halves, with odds of leading t half-time and full-time being +160. All three bets offer value, with the half-time/full-time market via Bovada shown below:
Hull City (+145) vs. Swansea City (+195) 10am ET
Swansea, following a good run of form, have pulled six points clear of Hull City, who remain in the relegation zone with just 11 league games to play.
The Tigers’ home form is crucial to their survival hopes. They’ve won four and drawn six in recent home matches.
Swansea are on a fine run but still have some issues at the back. Swansea have conceded 59 goals, the worst mark in the Premier League this season, with Hull next worst (53 goals).
Neither defense will be able to hold out so take the both teams to score with Hull to win at +450. Swansea came from behind to win last weekend, so the +1000 on offer for that to happen is worth considering. However, it is unlikely to happen twice in a row.
Sunday 12th March
Liverpool (-475) vs. Burnley (+1200) 11am ET
Liverpool’s home record this season is highly impressive if you take January out of the mix. Having beaten Arsenal and Spurs at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp’s troops should have no trouble taking care of a Burnley side who have earned less than 10% of their 31 points so far on the road. Liverpool were unable to beat Burnley earlier this season, however, losing 2-0 at Turf Moor:
Liverpool are +110 to win with a -2 goal handicap, and Burnley are due a drubbing after losing in all but three games away from home this season.
Sean Dyche’s management on the road has even been questioned by his own fans this week, but a score such as 3-1 (+850) or 4-1 (+1300) is a better bet than backing the handicap. Even spreading your investment across those two scores is advantageous when you consider each of Liverpool’s last two victories were by exactly two goals, while they beat Stoke 4-1 at the turn of the year.