Anytime Goalscorer Tips: 10/1 Treble for Saturday’s Premier League Matches

 | 25th April | 

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Another packed Saturday across the United Kingdom brings seven games in the English Premier League and four from the Scottish Premiership and we have our Anytime Goalscorer Tips series as the focus of this preview.

There’s plenty to keep football fans entertained, including a potentially explosive match at the London Stadium where West Ham aims to kill off Liverpool’s title chances after the Reds lost the Merseyside Derby in midweek.

Betfred’s football writer, Frank Monkhouse, has studied the fixtures and brushed up on the latest stats. He’s picked three players at good odds worth adding to your Saturday anytime scorer list in the hope of boosting your balance. Keep reading for the latest from our popular anytime scorer series...

Anytime Goalscorer Tips

  • Salah to score anytime in West Ham vs Liverpool @ 9/10
  • Fernandes to score anytime in Man Utd vs Burnley @ 6/4
  • Gordon to score anytime in Newcastle vs Sheff Utd @ 7/5
  • Overall Odds - 10.4/1

*Click on the linked odds to add the selections directly to your betslip on (or app).

Salah to score anytime

Let’s get this show on the road, starting in East London, where West Ham United host Liverpool from 12:30 GMT on Saturday, a match broadcast live on television.

The home team arrive on the back of a two-game losing streak, conceding seven goals against neighbours Fulham and Crystal Palace. Liverpool also lost last time, beaten 2-0 at Goodison Park in the Merseyside Derby, as their title hopes suffered another blow.

This is a must-win game for the Reds if they are to cling to their dreams of lifting the Premier League title for the first time since 2020. Jurgen Klopp needs his big players to show up, and they don’t come any bigger than star striker Mohammad Salah. The Egyptian has two goals in two games against the Hammers this season, and we’re happy to stick with him to add another in this exciting renewal.

Fernandes to score anytime

Moving to another mouth-watering tie from the top tier of English professional football as Manchester United host Burnley in the pick of the 3:00pm starts. The Red Devils aren’t pushing for the top four as fans would’ve expected by this stage of the season, but they can cement sixth and ramp up the pressure on fifth. Fans take confidence from a three-game unbeaten run and a 4-2 win over Sheffield United on Wednesday at this venue.

Saturday presents United with a real chance to add another three points to their tally when hosting a Burnley side stuck in a relegation fight after winning just one of their last five. Man Utd star Bruno Fernandes scored two in midweek and was on the scoresheet when his team won 1-0 at Turf Moor back in September.

United’s best and brightest must showcase their talents to ensure the team finishes this season as strongly as possible ahead of an important summer at the Theatre of Dreams.

Gordon to score anytime

We wrap things up at St James Park, where Newcastle United plays Sheffield United in a fixture the locals are red-hot favourites to win. The Toon Army arrive in high spirits after watching their team win three and draw one of their last five. They did lose the spare when suffering a 2-0 reverse at Crystal Palace in midweek but have the quality and experience to make a rapid return to winning ways.

Newcastle face a Sheffield United team that’s rock bottom of the pile and has taken just one of the last 15 points available.

The Blades have lost their previous three league starts and conceded eight goals without reply when hosting Newcastle at Bramall Lane back in September. Forward Anthony Gordon scored the fifth that day and netted when his team were last at home, beating Tottenham 4-0. Back Gordon to find the net again on Saturday.

Frank Monkhouse primarily covers Scottish Football for us here at Betfred Insights. You can check out all of his work along with that of the rest of our Football Betting Tips desk on our main Football page...

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