Back Daniel Sturridge to score first at 4/1 against Swansea City and bwin are promising to double your winnings if he notches again and treble them if he fires a hat-trick.
This popular Double/Triple Money offer is available on every player in the first goalscorer market, but punters serious about turning a profit from their betting should look no further than the confident England striker, who has scored 11 goals in his last nine appearances in all competitions for Liverpool.
Sturridge is only the second Reds player to score in each of the opening three games of a Premier League season (Robbie Fowler the other) and his goals have been priceless, sending his team to three 1-0 wins on the spin.
Swansea, for all their plus points in the way they pop the ball around the pitch in eye-catching fashion, are very vulnerable at the heart of their defence.
At home last season they conceded 26 goals, the seventh worst record in the division, and their soft centre was fully exposed by Manchester United on the opening day as Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck helped themselves to two goals each.
It’s not an unusual sight for central strikers, like Sturridge, to find the back of the net at the Liberty Stadium against the overrated Swansea centre-halves Ashley Williams and Chico Flores.
Of the last 30 goals to have been conceded by the Swans in Wales, 16 of those have come from central strikers, who have got the better of the limited centre-back pairing.
Among that list are usual Premier League hot shots such as Dimitar Berbatov, Christian Benteke and Romelu Lukaku, but an array of less formidable strikers have also prospered against Swansea.
Arsenal’s Gervinho scored one of his five league goals last season at the Liberty Stadium while striking flops like QPR’s Bobby Zamora and Stoke bench-warmer Michael Owen both found a way to goal against Williams and Flores.
Sturridge should have no problem rewarding his followers again.