There were more than a few signings in the as always overhyped transfer window last month. The headline grabber was the much-vaunted move of Pep Guardiola to Manchester City in the summer, but what of the many strikers who joined their respective clubs? Will the monetary gamble made by clubs be paid off with a return of goals?

So much rides on a good start and this weekend represents the starting pistol for many of the players who recently joined a new club in the Premier League. Confidence is a huge thing for a player, especially those whose main trade is hunting goals, so can these newbies make the perfect start, get their fans behind them and get on the scoresheet?

Well, TitanBet has had a look and delivered their verdict –



UK Sportsbook have priced up an incredible 33/1 anytime goalscorer treble ahead of the weekend’s Premier League fixtures, after some massive market moves in the January transfer window.


The online bookmaker has Emmanuel Adebayor, Oumar Niasse and Seydou Doumbia all to find the net for their respective teams in their latest edition of Price Boosts.


Striker Adebayor signed for Crystal Palace towards the end of the winter window and, given his Premier League scoring record, he seems a good bet to hit the target at struggling Swansea City.


Elsewhere, Niasse was unveiled to the Everton faithful prior to their 3-0 defeat of Newcastle United in midweek and could well score at Stoke given the form of his new team-mates Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley. The pair are sure to help the £13.5million striker find his feet in no time.

Doumbia, meanwhile, arrived on Tyneside as a loan deal from AS Roma, so the pressure is on for the Ivory Coast frontman to find the net and prove he deserves a permanent move come the summer. Newcastle splashed the cash in January to try and stay in the English top flight, meaning there is no margin for error in front of goal.

All three strikers are priced at 33/1 to score anytime during their games and you can find that, along with a host of other exciting specials, at