After another absorbing round of Premier League fixtures which saw Arsenal and Manchester City slump to defeat against Everton and Tottenham respectively, we are back to preview this weekend’s action.
More specifically, we will take a closer look at three fixtures, two of which are London derbies, and pick out some anytime scorers.
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Premier League Anytime Scorer Tips
This week, I have gone bold with a daring treble that pays out at 33/1 with bet365.
· Jarrod Bowen – WEST HAM vs Chelsea
· Martin Odegaard – ARSENAL vs Brentford
· Harry Kane – Leicester vs TOTTENHAM
Jarrod Bowen – WEST HAM vs Chelsea
You could say that the point picked up away to Newcastle last weekend was a creditable one, but West Ham need to pull themselves away from the relegation zone as things are looking rather hairy at the moment.
Chelsea, on the other hand, continue to stutter, and they have been held to back-to-back draws under Graham Potter.
With a vociferous crowd backing them, the Hammers should rise to the challenge, and Jarrod Bowen is always one that will excite the home faithful.
His left foot is like a wand, and he has been in a rich vein of form, hitting three goals in his last three appearances. Bowen is my first pick at relatively long odds of 7/2 to net at any time during the 90 minutes.
Martin Odegaard – ARSENAL vs Brentford
Like many of his team-mates at Everton last weekend, Martin Odegaard simply wasn’t at the races.
He spurned a glorious opportunity in front of goal, and he was at fault for not picking up James Tarkowski who ghosted into the penalty area and headed home the winner from a corner.
Usually, Odegaard is unplayable, and he links up the midfield well. He’s also added goals to his name, firing home eight in the league this term.
Arsenal should get back to their best against a high-flying Brentford, and Odegaard could well get on the scoresheet.
Harry Kane – Leicester vs TOTTENHAM
Harry Kane has been on a real high this week after his matchwinner against Manchester City took his overall tally for Tottenham to 267, and he is now the club’s record goalscorer.
With Champions League football on the line in the coming months for Tottenham, Kane who is third on the list of all-time top Premier League goalscorers (200) will look to overtake Wayne Rooney (208) before the season is out.
Kane also has a penchant for scoring Leicester, and his record is staggering — netting 18 times in 15 league meetings.
It seems almost a given that Kane will fire against his favoured opponents, and he is at a short 11/10 to do so this weekend.
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