Another weekend of Premier League action is here with plenty of potential goalscorer markets to back. Form Labs pick out their top three potential scorers for week 13 of the Premier League. Check out their betting tips and odds around who could find the back of the net this weekend and if you are looking for some more specials for the weekend then check out our enhanced accumulators and boosted markets for all of Europe’s top leagues.
West Ham v Manchester City Goalscorer Odds
Man City have won 11 of their last 12 unbeaten matches in all competitions and look unstoppable. In fact, a third of those matches saw them win by at least a five-goal margin and so we can expect a few names to be getting on the scoreboard here. The player we like the most at the prices is Riyad Mahrez. He scored two goals for Algeria last weekend, including an outrageous long-range volley and looks in deadly form. Furthermore, he has four goals in his last six league appearances for the Citizens, though given the first couple of these games saw him enter the fray from the bench, that works out at an impressive goal every 63 minutes. Pep Guardiola seems to prefer him to his teammate Leroy Sane for the starting spot, so we’ll get behind him.
Everton v Cardiff Goalscorer Odds
The Toffees have won each of their last three at Goodison Park by an 8-1 aggregate scoreline. They face Cardiff this weekend, who come here having lost lost four of their five winless trips this term, conceding an average of over two goals per game. Everton’s top scorer and star performer this season has been their summer signing Richarlison. The Brazilian netted a brace in their last match here, while in the four matches he’s scored in this season, three have seen him net the first of the game. He also netted twice on his full debut for the national side as early as the 16th minute and scored the only goal in Brazil’s 1-0 win over Cameroon midweek. The only man in this Toffees outfit that averages more shots per game than the him is Gylfi Sigurdsson, and with the Icelandic midfielder an injury doubt, Richarlison looks a great bet to draw first blood.
Bournemouth v Arsenal Goalscorer Odds
Since the Cherries were promoted to the Premier League in 2014/15 the fixtures between these two sides have been exciting for the neutral. There has been an average of over three goals per game across their six encounters with the Gunners winning four of these. Indeed, Arsenal have netted in each and at least three times in half and we would be very surprised if they didn’t get a few on the scoreboard. Moreover, they are on a current 16-game unbeaten run, including five wins from their six road games as they netted as many as 16 goals over across these.
Alexandre Lacazette leads the market after securing the striker role, but we prefer the Gunners’ top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the prices. Although both of them withdrew from their international duty with minor injuries, it seems the Gabon international has a very high chance of playing compared to his French counterpart and with five goals in as many games, he looks a great bet at odds-against.
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