First Goal Scorer Tips, Odds and Predictions
Looking for tips and predictions for the first goal scorer of each match? You’ll find them in the table below!
|Mon 22Mon 22nd July||PREDICTION %||1st goal|
Anders JacobsenA Jacobsen
No GoalsNo Goals
|Wednesday 24th JulyWed 24th July||PREDICTION %||1st goal|
Odsonne EdouardO Edouard
|Thursday 25th JulyThu 25th July||PREDICTION %||1st goal|
Alfredo MorelosA Morelos
Sam CosgroveS Cosgrove
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Let’s take a closer look at first goalscorer tips.
First Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July
Derry City v Sligo Rovers – David Parkhouse
When it comes to firing his side in front, there are few better doing the rounds than David Parkhouse, with five of the 19-year-old’s seven top-flight strikes this season handing Derry a 1-0 advantage. In fact, the young man has opened the scoring in five of the six matches in which he has found the net, only failing to do so when he grabbed a brace against Finn Harps.
Sundsvall v BK Hacken – Alexander Jeremejeff
Alexander Jeremejeff found the net against Orebro last time out, thus taking his tally for the season to an impressive seven goals, six of which have come in his last nine appearances. A key component in this BK Hacken side, the talented forward has opened the scoring on three occasions so far this term, meaning that he needs watching from the very first minute.
Malmo v Sirius – Markus Rosenberg
Despite being one of the elder statesmen of the Allsvenskan, Markus Rosenborg continues to show that age is just a number, with the 36-year-old well on his way to firing Malmo to the title. Already a scorer of seven top-flight goals during the current campaign, the former West Bromwich Albion striker has fired his side into a 1-0 lead on no fewer than three occasions.
Hammarby v Elfsborg – Muamer Tankovic
It could be argued that Hammarby are the most exciting team to watch in the Allsvenskan, with the Stockholm-based outfit currently scoring at a rate of just shy of two goals per game. Former Fulham forward Muamer Tankovic has been a major contributor for the side, weighing in with seven top-flight goals, three of which have served to break the deadlock.
First Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July
Derry City v UCD – David Parkhouse
UCD have conceded 40 goals in just 22 top-flight matches so far this season, so any centre-forward coming up against them will be licking their lips. David Parkhouse is no exception, having netted the first of his seven goals during the current campaign against them, and the fact that he has opened the scoring on five occasions should not go unnoticed.
Sligo Rovers v Waterford – Aaron Drinan
Aaron Drinan has helped himself to seven top-flight goals for Waterford during the current campaign, with his last three efforts all being scored on the road. Given his lack of experience, what has been particularly impressive about the young striker’s contribution has been his ability to break the deadlock, something that he has done on three occasions.
BK Hacken v Orebro – Alexander Jeremejeff
Alexander Jeremejeff certainly knows the way to goal, scoring six times in 14 Allsvenskan appearances for BK Hacken so far this season, with four of those strikes coming on home soil. Having opened the scoring for his club on three occasions, Orebro will have to pay particular attention to the 25-year-old when the deadlock remains unbroken.
Lillestrom v Stromsgodset – Thomas Lehne Olsen
As a scorer of six top-flight goals during the current Eliteserien campaign, Lillestrom striker Thomas Lehne Olsen should relish the prospect of going up against the division’s bottom side. Half of the 28-year-old’s efforts have fired his team into a 1-0 lead, with two of those strikes coming after 15 minutes, so Stromsgodset would be wise to keep tabs on him early.
First Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July
Valerenga v Bodo/Glimt – Bard Finne
Bard Finne is clearly a man in form for Valerenga, with three of his four goals for the season coming in the last two games, so high-flying Bodo/Glimt will have to be mindful of the threat that the 24-year-old poses. It is also worth noting that half of the former FC Köln player’s successful strikes this term have served to break the deadlock for his side.
Viking Stavanger v Haugesund – Kristian Thorstvedt
When Viking Stavanger need someone to fire them in front, more often than not it is Kristian Thorstvedt who steps up to the plate. The son of former Tottenham goalkeeper Erik has netted six times from midfield in the Eliteserien so far this season, with an impressive four of those strikes giving his newly-promoted side an all-important 1-0 lead.
Malmo v Orebro – Markus Rosenberg
Former West Bromwich Albion striker Markus Rosenberg may not be getting any younger, but he continues to find the net with ease for title-chasing Malmo in the Allsvenskan. Not only has the 36-year-old weighed in with seven goals during the current campaign, but three of these efforts, including his most recent strike at Helsingborgs, have put his team 1-0 up.
Hammarby v Falkenbergs – Muamer Tankovic
Muamer Tankovic is a forward who has been excelling for Hammarby in recent weeks, with four of his six goals for the season arriving in the last five games. What has been particularly impressive about the former Fulham man’s efforts has been his ability to break the deadlock for the side from the Swedish capital, something that he has achieved on three occasions.
First Goalscorer Tips and Predictions - Friday 21st to Sunday 30th June
UCD v St. Patrick’s Athletic – Michael Drennan
Michael Drennan boasts six top-flight goals so far this season, with half of his efforts firing St. Patrick’s Athletic into a 1-0 lead. The talented 25-year-old has certainly enjoyed playing against relegation-threatened UCD this term, scoring against them in both March and April, so he will be looking to continue that run of success this time around.
Waterford v Bohemians – Daniel Mandroiu
Daniel Mandroiu has been somewhat of a star performer for Bohemians during the current campaign, weighing in with six top-flight goals from an advanced midfield role. What has been particularly impressive about the former Brighton youngster’s contribution has been his ability to open the scoring, something that he has done on no fewer than three occasions.
Stabaek v Ranheim – Franck Boli
It is a clear sign of Franck Boli’s importance to his team that the 25-year-old has netted five of Stabaek’s paltry tally of seven goals during the current Eliteserien campaign. Two of these efforts have fired the talented forward’s side into a 1-0 lead, and it is significant that the strugglers have gone on to collect maximum points in both of these fixtures.
BK Hacken v Hammarby – Alexander Jeremejeff
Following a slow start to the current campaign, Alexander Jeremejeff has really found his feet in recent matches, weighing in with four goals in his last six appearances for Hacken. Now on five goals for the season in total, the 25-year-old has fired his side into a 1-0 lead on three occasions, with all of these opening strikes coming since the beginning of May.
What are You Betting On?
With this area of football betting, it’s as simple as it sounds. You bet on which player will score the first goal of the match.
The final outcome has no bearing on whether your bet wins or loses. Your player’s team can lose, but if they scored first, your bet still wins.
What are First Goalscorer Predictions Based On?
These predictions are based on the player who scores the first goal of the match.
The predictions develop a likelihood for each player based on their track record, coupled with their position in the match.
What Should First Goalscorer Odds Look At?
What do the best betting tips look at?
Individual scorer betting is dependent on knowing these likelihoods - the right background and information is crucial to help the chance of winning your bet.
So, the best odds and football tips are calculated by looking at:
- Current form
- Past match data and statistics
- Goals from past matches
- Player statistics
First Goalscorer Rules
What are the general rules most bookmakers follow?
- The own goal rule is that they do not count. The bet rolls on to the next goal
- Unless otherwise specified, the best usually runs for the full 90 minutes
- If no goals are scored, all bets usually lose
- A team’s top scorer will usually have shorter odds
- Defenders usually have higher odds
- Despite some short odds, this market is generally a generous one
- The player can score anytime during the match without it affecting the bet
Do these rules apply every time?
Some bookmakers may offer alternative versions.
This includes ones with bets excluded for penalties and extra time, for example, or anytime goalscorer bets.
How Profitable are These Type of Bets?
First goalscorer bets tend to be particularly popular, especially for matches featuring consistent goal scorers e.g. Harry Kane. The likelihood of one of them scoring a goal is high, so there’s a chance one of them will score the very first.
Although odds will vary between matches, there are some key points you can use as your baseline. For example, the team’s top scorer is more likely to have shorter odds, while more defensive players tend towards the opposite.
Another point worth noting is set pieces. Any player who takes a free kick or acts as penalty taker will usually offer shorter odds also (behind the team’s top scorer).
In general, whenever you make this kind of bet, whether its premier league, FA Cup or any other, the odds are fairly generous across players.
Like a double chance bet, odds vary depending on the match!
What is an Each Way Goalscorer Bet?
These types of bets are where:
- Half your stake is place on the standard first goalscorer bet
- The other half is where the rest of your bet is placed on the same player scoring the second or third goal
If no goals are scored, your entire bet loses.
Anytime Goalscorer Tips
What if a chosen player is guaranteed to score, but not necessarily first? Place an anytime scorer bet. This is a slight variation which can be easier to predict.
With the anytime goalscorer market, you have more chance of winning - as your player has more chances to score. However, this can make your bet less profitable. The fact that the ball will hit the back of the net at some point from one of the top goalscorers is usually a given!
However, these two markets are parallel, and share their similarities.
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You can use this information to your advantage and follow those who make consistently successful bets. Beyond that, you can even go ahead and copy the exact bets the football tipsters have made and add them to your betting slip.
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