Premier League Match Day Probable Goal Scorers
Best Value EPL Goal Scorer Bets
By Paul Seaton
Saturday April 1st
Liverpool (-155) vs. Everton (+425) 7.30am ET
Both Merseyside teams are missing key players after Seamus Coleman and Adam Lallana both sustained injuries on international duty. While Liverpool should enjoy home advantage in a fixture they’ve historically dominated, Everton are the in-form team in the Premier League and a win for the Toffees would see them move to within three points of their neighbors.
Liverpool are +370 to win with the score being level at half-time. The Reds have an uncanny ability to play well against the best teams in the league so expect Jurgen Klopp’s me to be on top form against their bitter cross-city rivals.
Manchester United (-310) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+900) 10am ET
One of the most entertaining games in Premier League history was the 5-5 tie between United and West Brom in Sir Alex Ferguson’s last game in 2013, less than four years ago:
United will not have it all their own way on Saturday morning, either.
Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion are a very tough prospect and have only conceded 38 times in the Premier League this season. They have scored 39 goals, however, making them the side with the fewest in the top eight places, scoring three less than Manchester United.
A low-scoring game is very possible and the +195 for under 2.5 goals is a decent price. So too is the +400 available for a tie, with United having finished level in the league ten times already.
If you like a goalscorer parlay bet, then the +1400 offered for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to open the net-busting action between the 21st and 45th minute is an enticing offer. (all Bovada).
Sunday 2nd April
Arsenal (+205) vs. Manchester City (+125) 11am ET
Can Arsenal arrest their worrying slide in the league after four defeats in five against the team who came from behind to beat them earlier in the season?
Manchester City’s coach Pep Guardiola declared it one of the best days of his life when City drew 1-1 at Anfield in their last game, and a repeat of that scoreline at +600 is appealing.
Arsenal are rumored to be waiting for the right time to tell the world that Arsene Wenger has accepted a new contract offer for two more years at the helm.
A victory for The Gunners would be just that, and betting on them with both sides scoring is a tasty +400.
A scenario that is almost as likely, however, is that Manchester City come from behind to win again. Astonishingly that is +9000 (Bovada) and must not be ignored. A covering bet at +500 on Alexis Sanchez to score first could make you very happy indeed come the final whistle at the Emirates Stadium.More articles...