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Premier League First Goalscorer betting tips – Saturday 22 March

Luis Suarez could be like a hot knife through butter at the Cardiff City Stadium

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Luis Suarez and Seamus Coleman both feature in our Lucky 15 for the top flight matches

There are eight Premier League matches taking place on Saturday and one of the most popular betting markets is First Goalscorer where you can back a player to break the deadlock and enjoy much bigger returns than the match betting.

We have picked out a First Goalscorer selection for four matches and also recommended a Lucky 15 bet which means that only one player from the chosen quartet needs to score in order for a profit to be made.

Chelsea v Arsenal, 12.45pm
As per our betting tips for the match, we’re not expecting the Gunners to score in this match which narrows it down to just a handful of Chelsea players and Eden Hazard looks the pick of the bunch.

The Belgian is an 8/1 chance with BetVictor and will be on penalty duties if Frank Lampard is on the bench, while he is at the centre of every Blues attack and likely to be roving forward in support of Samuel Eto’o.

PICK: Eden Hazard @ 8/1

Cardiff City v Liverpool, 3pm
No prizes for originality although Luis Suarez could be like a hot knife through butter at the Cardiff City Stadium and ranks as a decent bet at 4/1 with Coral to break the deadlock.

The Uruguayan has been back among the goals recently, having sealed Liverpool’s impressive 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Sunday with the final goal, while Cardiff are unlikely to stop this red machine from trundling on.

PICK: Luis Suarez @ 4/1

Everton v Swansea City, 3pm
Here at Bookies.com, we simply love Seamus Coleman and the Irishman is also adored by the Everton faithful who saw the right-back strike a late winner against Cardiff last weekend.

Coleman has now scored seven goals for the Toffees this season and four of them came within the space of six games which suggests that the defender could be ripe to get his name on the scoresheet over the next few weeks.

PICK: Seamus Coleman @ 20/1

Hull City v West Brom, 3pm
Some things are just meant to be and that includes players scoring against their former club. Step forward Shane Long who moved to Hull from The Hawthorns for £4 million and the Republic of Ireland international can torment his former employers this weekend.

Long has struck up a good understanding with Jelavic and will be looking for his third Tigers goal following goals against Tottenham and Sunderland in quick succession.

PICK: Shane Long @ 11/2