Few Premier League strikers had longer campaigns than Olivier Giroud, but his knack for scoring first has meant punters won’t have tired of backing him to bag the opener all season long.
Only Luis Suarez can equal the Frenchman’s eight Premier League icebreakers since the campaign’s genesis and he can be backed at a healthy 3/1 to dispose of the deadlock when Arsenal face Hull in the FA Cup final.
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Two braces inside his last six scoring Arsenal appearances suggest that the Les Bleus star is more than capable of coming back for a second helping too.
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It’s a nest egg that will hatch into £90 of pure profit if the handsome Andre’s name is first onto the scoresheet in the Wembley duel with the Tigers.
The former Montpellier striker has posted a first-goal total only paralleled by the author of one of the finest scoring campaigns in Premier League history, yet his leaning towards notching first puts the Uruguayan in the shade.
Suarez’s octet of openers this term came amid a 31-strike monsoon, Giroud’s selection comprised exactly half his total of 16 net-bulgers.
Goals in three of his last five outings suggest his passion for the net remains undimmed after a lengthy campaign.
Furthermore, he’ll not lack for motivation, with every minute on the pitch worth it’s weight in gold to a man who must do everything he can to displace a rejuvenated Karim Benzema from Didier Deschamps’ France side ahead of the World Cup.