Five fantastic Premier League scorer flutters: November niceties
Coral writers have noticed a number of brilliant bets for the latest round of Premier League matches, and felt obligated to bring them to your attention. Back one, some or all of these now to start November off with a bang.
Saido Berahino to score two or more goals, 9/1
West Bromwhich Albion travel to Leicester armed with top scorer Berahino, who has netted seven Premier League goals so far this season. When he has scored, the prolific England Under-21 striker has, more often than not, bagged braces; recent examples being against Burnley and Sunderland, as well as for the Young Lions. Berahino is on a hot streak right now, and has hit the net in each of his last four league matches. Leicester’s Wes Morgan may struggle to contain the speedster, who is pound for pound one of the most composed finishers in the top flight, and can also score penalties.
Ayoze Perez to score last, 8/1
Newcastle summer signing Perez started the Magpies’ last league match and didn’t disappoint, netting the winner against Spurs. The former Tenerife man has talent, and is tipped to do big things on Tyneside. Although the home team face Liverpool, the Reds are suspect at the back, and the Spaniard’s movement could cause problems.
Alexis Sanchez to score two or more, 7/2
Chilean forward Sanchez is, after a stuttering start to life in London, beginning to find form, and netted twice against Sunderland last time out. Arsenal host a Burnley side next whose defence is leaking goals at the moment. Sanchez has demonstrated his ability to score from different areas of the pitch, and if he is in the mood could run riot against the Clarets.
Fabio Bornini to net anytime, 7/4
Italian striker Borini bagged the last time Liverpool won at St James’ Park, and looked lively against Swansea City in the Capital One Cup. Likely to be partnered with compatriot Mario Balotelli in attack, he could carve out an opening, and is reasonably well priced to net anytime.
Eden Hazard to score a hat-trick, 20/1
Chelsea’s Belgian has been in superb form of late, and is really threatening to do some damage to a particular team. With the Blues hosting QPR, Jose Mourinho will be looking for a response following two below-par performances and, if Hazard continues the way he has been playing, he could certainly find his way to goal a number of times.