Sebastian Larsson has netted two goals in his first five Premier League appearances for Sunderland and on both occasions, against Liverpool and Stoke, the Swede has been the last goalscorer.
Remarkably, Monday night will witness the first ever Premier League meeting between Sunderland and Norwich at Carrow Road, with their last top-flight fixture coming in 1990-91 before the breakaway division was formed.
Larsson is no stranger to Carrow Road, though, and it is a ground on which he has found the net before.
Playing for his old club Birmingham in a 2008 Championship game, Larsson netted in a 1-1 draw.
Bwin makes the 26-year-old 11/4 to repeat that feat at any point in the game on Monday.
That’s an attractive proposition as the set-piece expert is sure to find opportunities to shoot for goal with Norwich possessing the league’s most penalised player in striker Grant Holt.
Further to this, Norwich have conceded penalties in each of their first five league games, equalling an unwanted record first set by Wimbledon in 1999.
Larsson is in line to become Sunderland’s new spot-kick taker in the wake of Asamoah Gyan’s departure, but that duty may only be confirmed the next time the Black Cats are awarded a penalty.
For the bolder punter there is a strong case to eye up a longer shot, and for this they should look no further than Larsson to score last at 10/1.
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You can get the same odds for him to net first, but in opting for last scorer the bet remains alive deep into stoppage time, so long as Larsson remains on the field of play.
With home side Norwich having failed to score in six of their last eight Premier League games in the month of September, plus the fact that the last five league meetings between these sides have been settled by a single goal, expect a tight affair.
At present, Sunderland appear a greater threat on the road than they do at the Stadium of Light.
Indeed, if the Black Cats avoid defeat they will have gone five away games without a loss, their best away run since 1999.
So expect a narrow win for visitors Sunderland with the club’s top scorer Larsson to score the last, decisive goal.
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