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Had you placed a £10 stake or £1 Lucky 15 on Adam Drury's anytime goalscorer football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:

Four-fold: +£580

Lucky 15: +£165.43

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Andre Schurrle (Fulham) to score v Brighton

Schurrle had 11 shots in Fulham’s 4-2 win over Burnley on Sunday, more than any other player has managed in a single Premier League match so far this season.

And with Fulham not likely to curb their attacking instincts, he is a big price to add to the goal he scored late in that match.

Brighton have conceded five goals in three Premier League matches so far this season and managed just one clean sheet in their last 10 league matches at the AMEX stadium.

The German will Schurrle get chances to add to his tally.

Dwight Gayle (West Brom) to score v Stoke

After scoring his first West Brom goal in their 7-1 demolition of QPR last time out at the Hawthorns, Gayle is a great bet to double his tally against Stoke.

The 27-year-old has scored eight goals in his last nine home matches at Championship level, and 24 in his last 35 in this division overall.

Stoke have conceded five goals in their two away matches so far this season, and Gayle can ensure that their miserable run continues.

Will Grigg (Wigan) to score v Rotherham

Grigg was an unsuccessful tip at QPR last weekend, but the evidence is so strong that he is worth backing again.

The striker had scored three goals in a week before that blank at Loftus Road, and has 11 in his last 14 matches at the DW Stadium.

Rotherham have been taken apart by Brentford and Leeds in their two away matches so far this season, and a similar fate could await them here.

Andy Cook (Walsall) to score v Blackpool

Walsall’s fast start to the season – scoring 10 goals and taking 13 of an available 15 points – is one of the surprises of the EFL season so far, and Cook can ensure that their good form continues against Blackpool on Saturday.

The summer signing from Tranmere scored his third goal of the season in the EFL Cup against Macclesfield on Tuesday, his second in three home matches so far this term.

A supply line featuring Kieron Morris, George Dobson and Morgan Ferrier can create plenty of chances against Blackpool, whose 0-0 draws on the road this season have come against low-scorers Wycombe and Shrewsbury.

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