Chris Eagles hit the third goal for Bolton in their 3-1 win away at Wigan last week and the midfielder looks good value at 11/4 to score at any time.
However, as Sunderland have only scored the first goal in one Premier League game this season (against Stoke in the 4-0 home victory) and have fallen behind in three of their four away games this season, the 10/1 on Eagles to score first looks even more tempting.
Despite currently occupying the relegation places, with 12 goals to their name Bolton have had little trouble finding the back of the net.
Eagles has played the majority of the games this term and will surely be boosted by the confidence building performance at the DW Stadium last Saturday.
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Alternatives to Eagles include Ivan Klasnic, Kevin Davies and David Ngog.
Croat Klasnic is the club’s top goal-scorer with three goals in six games so looks the most likely but he was only on the bench at Wigan after a three match ban.
He’ll probably start there again and so those looking to bet on Klasnic would do well to look at the final scorer market, where he is priced at 6/1.
As for Sunderland, Nicklas Bendtner is back after missing last week’s encounter with old club Arsenal and can be backed at 13/2 to give his side the perfect start in this match.
Top scorer Seb Larsson is missing through suspension, so the likes of Stephane Sessegnon at 17/10 or Craig Gardener at 11/4 are other solid options to score at anytime.
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