Anytime Goalscorer Tips and Predictions

Below is a table of predictions compiled by KickOff’s algorithm. The algorithm sifts through a vast amount of data to arrive at accurate and well-informed results.

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Sat 25Sat 25th MayPREDICTION %anytime
LG2Sat 15:00 SKY
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Sunday 26th MaySun 26th MayPREDICTION %anytime
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Monday 27th MayMon 27th MayPREDICTION %anytime
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Jonathan KodjiaJ Kodjia

The anytime goalscorer bet relies on your selected player scoring a goal at any point during the match.

We’ll be explaining anytime goalscorer tips, the market and offers to take advantage of (including free bets).

Anytime Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 17th, Saturday 18th, Sunday 19th May

Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt – Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski has already put Eintracht Frankfurt to the sword once this season, helping himself to a hat-trick as Bayern Munich ran out 5-0 winners in the DFL-Supercup back in August. Those were the first of 38 club goals scored by the Polish international this term, with 22 of those efforts coming in his side’s push for the Bundesliga title.

Real Madrid v Real Betis – Karim Benzema

Although Real Madrid have endured a disappointing campaign, Karim Benzema has still managed to score 30 goals in all competitions, including an impressive tally of 21 in La Liga. The former Lyon centre-forward has been particularly potent since Zinedine Zidane returned to the club, weighing in with eight goals in as many matches for the Spanish giants.

Chievo Verona v Sampdoria – Fabio Quagliarella

At 36 years of age, many would have thought that Fabio Quagliarella’s footballing prime was well behind him, but the Sampdoria forward has made light of any such notions by weighing in with an incredible 26 Serie A goals in 2018/19. One of these successful strikes came in a 2-0 home success against Chievo on Boxing Day, so the relegated side have been warned.

Juventus v Atalanta – Cristiano Ronaldo

By his own incredibly high standards, finishing the season with just a Serie A title and a Supercoppa Italiana in his trophy cabinet will have come as a huge disappointment to Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese international has still weighed in with 28 goals in all competitions, however, including one against Atalanta as part of his 21 in the top-flight.

Anytime Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 10th, Saturday 11th, Sunday 12th May

Burnley v Arsenal – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has certainly hit the goal trail in the Premier League recently, scoring three times in his last four appearances in the competition to take his tally for the season to an impressive 20. That includes a brace against Burnley when the sides last locked horns back in December, and leaves the striker well in the running for the Golden Boot.

Leicester City v Chelsea – Jamie Vardy

Over the course of his last 12 top-flight appearances, Jamie Vardy has weighed in with an impressive tally of 11 goals, thus giving the former England international 18 for the season. As is often the case, the centre-forward has excelled against better opposition, with his winner at Stamford Bridge back in December being one of five efforts against top-six sides.

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth – Wilfried Zaha

There can be little doubting the fact that Wilfried Zaha is Crystal Palace’s outstanding player, with his recent return of seven goals in 13 matches showing that the Ivory Coast international has taken his game to another level. Bournemouth have conceded 40 times on the road in the top-flight this season, so the 26-year-old is likely to be afforded plenty of opportunities.

Tottenham Hotspur v Everton – Lucas Moura

Wednesday night was pretty much the perfect game for Lucas Moura, with the former Paris Saint-Germain forward completing a dramatic last-gasp hat-trick to send Tottenham to the Champions League Final at the expense of Ajax. The Brazilian also helped himself to a treble against Huddersfield recently, so his confidence should be sky-high ahead of this clash.

Anytime Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th, Sunday 5th April

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Fulham – Raul Jimenez

Raul Jimenez has proven to be one of the signings of the season in the Premier League, with the Mexican international’s tally of 13 top-flight goals keeping Wolves firmly on course to secure Europa League qualification. Eight of the centre-forward’s successful strikes have come at Molineux, and Fulham bring with them the worst defensive record in the division.

Rotherham United v Middlesbrough – Britt Assombalonga

Should Middlesbrough fail to secure a playoff place, then it will be their lack of goals that has cost them, with Tony Pulis’ charges currently on a tally of just 47 from 45 matches. One man who cannot be held responsible for that shortfall is Britt Assombalonga, with the former Nottingham Forest striker contributing 13 to the cause, including three in his last four games.

Chelsea v Watford – Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard proved to be the difference when Chelsea last locked horns with Watford, scoring both goals for the Blues in their 2-1 success at Vicarage Road back on Boxing Day. The richly-talented Belgian international certainly enjoys taking to the field at Stamford Bridge, scoring seven times in his last nine competitive appearances at the venue.

Huddersfield Town v Manchester United – Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba’s inclusion in the ‘PFA Team of the Year’ certainly raised more than a few eyebrows, but supporters of the Frenchman will point to his tally of 13 top-flight goals this season as being reason enough for his selection. It should be pointed out, however, that 11 of his strikes have come against current bottom-half sides, including two against Huddersfield.

Anytime Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 26th, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th April

West Bromwich Albion v Rotherham United – Dwight Gayle

When West Brom ran out comfortable 4-0 winners at Rotherham just before Christmas, it was Dwight Gayle who did most of the damage, with the striker helping himself to a hat-trick. Those goals were just three of 23 that the 29-year-old has netted in the Championship this season for the promotion-chasing Baggies, including seven in his last six appearances.

Norwich City v Blackburn Rovers – Teemu Pukki

Norwich have averaged just over two goals per game in the Championship this season, with Teemu Pukki playing the unlikeliest of starring roles. Those who had seen the Finnish international in action for Celtic could never have imagined that he would help himself to 28 second-tier goals, including a late winner at Blackburn, but he now has 30 in his sights.

Leicester City v Arsenal – Jamie Vardy

Jamie Vardy seems to get sharper with every passing week, with his near-post finish against West Ham taking the striker’s tally to nine goals in ten Premier League games of late. The lightning-fast forward tends to be at his most dangerous against better opposition, and Arsenal have conceded three times against both Crystal Palace and Wolves recently.

Burnley v Manchester City – Sergio Aguero

Sergio Aguero has proven too hot for most Premier League teams to handle down the years, but Burnley have really struggled to contain the talented Argentinian international. Since arriving on these shores, the 30-year-old has faced the Clarets no fewer than eight times in all competitions, matching his number of appearances with the same tally of goals.

What is an Anytime Goalscorer Bet?

This market works by betting on a player to score anytime during the game.

In most cases, the bet is only valid during the first 90 minutes. If your player scores outside this period, the bet won’t go through. The bet doesn’t tend to include extra time or penalty takers.

Understanding Anytime Goalscorer Odds

When it comes to anytime scorer odds, they generally tend to be lower due to market’s predictability. The chances of a goal being scored in the match is high, therefore rewards can be less. First goalscorer odds tend to be more favourable.

Also, bear in mind that strikers tend to have the shortest odds. This is unsurprising, as the chances of them scoring are high. Similar to draw no bet or win to nil, this market can be less fruitful than others.

However, this isn’t to say there are no rewards in this market. In fact, far from it. Betting on a midfielder to score, for example, can be highly profitable. Odds vary game to game.

How Can You Make Sure Your Bet Wins?

With the chances of winning big lower than in other markets, football betting tips can put you on the right track.

Look for Prolific Players

When it comes to general football tips regarding this market, it’s best to look for consistent goal scorers. Players who have consistently scored goals in recent matches tend to be great picks for this type of bet.

The likelihood of them scoring again is high due to both their skill level and their heightened confidence. Since the bet isn’t restricted in terms of timing (such as first and last goalscorer bets) this is a good tactic to pursue.

However, of course, profits will be less.

Look for Team Behaviours

Does your chosen team perform well in corners? This can be a good way to give your bet the best chance of being successful.

Sometimes, the obvious places shouldn’t be overlooked!

Look for Penalty Takers

Which players have had the most successful penalties?

While there are never any guarantees, betting on one of them can mean higher chances of success.

Look at Match History

Does your team have a high success rate against another? Looking for patterns is a football tip that can result in winnings.

How to Enhance Your Bets

Let’s face it. If you’re betting for fun or if you take things more seriously, we’re all looking to make a profit.

So, whether you’re new to the world of football bets or not, these tools will help you enhance your experience.

Analysing the Stats

To make a truly informed bet, you should look at data, including:

  • Current form
  • Past matches
  • Home/ away stats
  • Player analytics

However, gathering all this information yourself can be tough. This is where predictions come in. Use these to your advantage!

The best football tips are those that use in-depth statistics and analyse past data. This gives you a deeper insight into each prediction.

Use KickOff’s Community

KickOff has a large and varied betting community which you can use to your advantage. The members of the community range from amateurs to seasoned professionals.

Following these top tipsters means you can essentially piggyback off of their success. Every member has stats regarding their activity, all of which are available for anyone to look through and scrutinise. The benefit of having every member’s activity and history on display is finding bettors who tend to win.

You can follow members of your choosing and analyse their activity. If they have a history of making good decisions, why not take things one step further? Go ahead and copy the best football tipsters' bets. If you’re not entirely sure on every decision they make, you can select the parts you do feel sure of.

Particularly for newcomers, this can be extremely handy. It allows you to make informed bets while getting the hang of things!

Find the Best Betting Site for You

All betting sites vary, each with their own unique offers and perks.

Finding the best betting site for you is essential! You should look at:

  • The ease of sign-up
  • Payment options
  • Sign-up offers
  • Site safety
  • If there’s a mobile app
  • Reputation
  • Unique features
  • Odds

Every bookie has their pros and cons. Finding the right one is entirely down to personal preference. But, most importantly, look at which site offers the best odds.

Making Use of Offers

Betting offers are another great way of enhancing your betting experience.

Free Bets

You can claim on several types of offers. For example, you can recieve £30 in free bets after putting down a smaller initial bet.

Free bets are usually valid across many betting markets, with some winnings also including your free bet stake.

Some offers include free bet offers for first-time customers only, while others offer enhanced odds on your first bet.

Be sure to browse through some of the offers available and choose whichever one suits you best.

Enhanced Odds

Enhanced odds offers are another way to make money at the bookie’s expense. This is essentially a way of boosting your winnings without having to put more money down.

With some markets in particular, this can be an extremely profitable way to bet.

Building Your Accumulator

Putting together your betting slip is quick and simple with our Acca Smacker. The Acca Smacker is designed to update in real-time and provide you with all the information you need.

Simply add your selections, and the accumulator will calculate your potential returns. Each time you add or subtract a bet, the returns calculator will reflect your decisions.

You can combine bets from various betting markets and leagues, such as the FA Cup or the Premier League.

Underneath your calculated returns will be a list of bookmakers and their odds tailored to your specific betting slip. This means you don’t have to manually check other sites. A comprehensive comparison is in one place.

Betting can be tense in general, but there’s no reason anything outside the actual outcome should stress you out. Ready to get started? Find all of our football accumulator tips here.