Arsenal head to Dortmund with their Champions League hopes in the balance and they face a stern test against a team who have won every game at home this season.
Die Schwarzgelben are 13/20 to extend their perfect record at the Westfalenstadion, with Arsenal available at a lofty 18/5 and the draw 3/1.
Our double and triple money offer will see the odds on any goalscorer rise if they bag a second or a third, making Gabon goal-getter Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a fine bet at 5/1 to nab the opener.
Aubameyang has a record of throwing punches in bunches, scoring a hat-trick and a brace already since joining Dortmund.
Any doubts about the 24-year-old’s ability to step up to the requisite level to succeed in Westphalia following his summer move were cast aside on his Bundesliga debut, when he rattled in three goals against Augsburg.
Since then the goal-hungry star has also notched a brace for his new club at home against Hamburg, proving he has the happy knack of cashing in when things are going his way.
The Gabon international is in form, scoring in both of his past two appearances for Dortmund, and has a record for hot streaks.
After his explosive start to life in Westphalia, Aubameyang had been relatively quiet in front of goal until his past two games, when he has found the net against Schalke and Stuttgart.
At St Etienne his goals tended to come in streaks, with runs of eight in ten and nine in nine contributing all but two of his 19 Ligue 1 strikes.
His recent prolificacy suggests Aubameyang is on the cusp of another of these goal-scoring gauntlets, making now the perfect time to cash in.
Opening goals are Aubameyang’s forte, with seven of his 19 for St Etienne last season and three of his seven for Dortmund this term being the first in a game.
The double and triple money offer extends to both the first and anytime scorer market, with Aubameyang available in the latter at 13/10, but backing the feisty forward to bag the opener could maximise your profits given his penchant for starting quickly.
The 24-year-old has been the first name on the scoresheet in three of the four games he has found the net in this campaign, extending his impressive record from St Etienne, where he plundered the first strike in seven of the 16 games he scored in.