Everyone knows that there is no wrong time to score a goal in soccer, but don't try telling that to gamblers with a first goalscorer bet.
All too often we back a player to score first only to feel the sting when he scores every goal but the first.
Planet Sport Bet allow you to enjoy a safety net in the first goalscorer market. Place a first Premier League goalscorer bet, and if your selection loses but goes on to score later in the match, you get 50% of your stake back as a free bet.
So, with that in mind, we take a look at three games this weekend that look ripe for taking advantage of such a great offer.
(Please note this offer is for the English Premier League only)
Brentford vs Leicester
If you were to tell Ivan Toney before the season started that, after almost a quarter of the season, Brentford would be sitting in the top half but he'd be struggling for goals, there is little doubt he would have taken it.
The former Newcastle striker has grown accustomed to finding the back of the net on a regular basis as he worked his way back up the English soccer pyramid from League One
Indeed, Toney has blasted 82 goals in all competitions in the last three seasons at a rate better than one every two matches, so there is no doubt that there are goals to come from him this season.
Leicester have been a little suspect this season defensively, so if Brentford can get at them early then Toney looks good value in the first goalscorer markets.
If there has been one thing that definitely hasn't been suspect about Leicester this season, it is Jamie Vardy.
The 34-year-old has been on fire, scoring seven goals in just eight matches and looking better than ever.
He kept that fine run of form going by scoring the go-ahead goal against Manchester United last week, and there is no reason to expect the goals to stop flowing for Vardy any time soon.
Leicester also have key defender Jonny Evans back from injury, a player Brendan Rodgers says "just makes them a better team", so you would expect them to rediscover their form of last season sooner rather than later.
West Ham vs Tottenham
Michail Antonio started the season in red-hot form for West Ham, scoring five goals in his first five Premier League games.
Things have slowed a little for him of late, and he is without a goal in his last three games in all competitions.
That hasn't really affected West Ham too much, though. They have won two of those three, and picked up a very impressive three points at Everton last week.
West Ham suffered a surprise defeat to Brentford in their last home match, though, and they will be eager to get back to winning ways at the London Stadium. A match against rivals Tottenham may just be the perfect occasion to reignite Antonio.
They have won their last two games to propel them to fifth in the table and key to that has been their top attacking players returning to the form we know they are capable of.
Tottenham have been spreading the goals around a little lately, but Son's productivity has remained pretty consistent throughout.
Manchester United vs Liverpool
It's probably fair to say that sitting in sixth position and looking up at Brighton in the Premier League probably wasn't what Cristiano Ronaldo had in mind when he rejoined Manchester United from Juventus in the summer.
Of course, no one is blaming the Portuguese star for that. His own form has been typically impressive.
And, if you have a big game to play, then there probably isn't a player you want in your side more than Ronaldo. He has delivered aplenty when the stakes are highest and no one would be surprised if he did it again this weekend.
No Liverpool player has scored more first goals in games than Sane has this season, Salah included, and the Senegalese ace is in good form in general.
When one attacker is in the kind of form Salah is right now, there is always a likelihood that the opposition will over-commit to try and keep him quiet, and that opens up some space for team-mates to exploit.
With Man Utd pretty desperate for a win, there is every chance they fall into that trap and Mane takes full advantage.