There is little more frustrating than backing someone to score the first goal and only for them to bag the equaliser or fourth goal in a drubbing.
With Planet Sport Bet's Wrong Time, Wrong Place offer you can help minimise that frustration. If you wrongly back a player to score first but they go on to score another goal in the game, you will get half your stake refunded as a free bet.
So, to help you make the most of the offer, we pick three games that appear well suited to delivering some good returns in the first goalscorer market.
Newcastle vs Chelsea
Newcastle's long-term future is a very exciting one after their recent takeover, but their bright new era is struggling to get going.
They lost their first game under the new ownership, sacked Steve Bruce and were lucky to escape with a point at Crystal Palace under caretaker Graeme Jones. A clash with table-topping Chelsea next isn't ideal.
Although they are still winless in the Premier League this season, Callum Wilson has been a real positive for them.
The England international has scored four goals in five starts and three of those have been the first in a game.
In their absence against Norwich it was Mason Mount who stepped up to the plate, hitting a hat-trick in the 7-0 rout.
They were the only Premier League goals Mount has scored this season, but he can be something of a streaky player - four of his six Premier League goals last season came in the space of a month.
It was also Mount who bagged the first goal against Norwich, with the other two both coming in the last five minutes. That's the kind of thing we are looking for in the Wrong Time, Wrong Place market.
Liverpool vs Brighton
The question isn't why would you back Mo Salah to score right now, but why wouldn't you?
The Egyptian scored a hat-trick at Old Trafford last week as Liverpool enjoyed a dream derby day against Manchester United to extend his lead at the top of the Premier League goalscorer charts.
If you are looking for extra reasons to back Salah in Wrong Time, Wrong Place, it should be noted that he has had success against them before. Twice in the last couple of years he has scored the first goal in matches against Brighton.
However, in the interests of full disclosure, neither of them came at Anfield.
Brighton have been something of a surprise package this season but there are signs they are starting to lose momentum.
They are on a run on five matches without a win in all competitions after losing on penalties to Leicester in the League Cup in midweek.
Neal Maupay played in big part in their fine start to the season, but the goals have dried up a little of late - he hasn't scored in his last three Premier League matches.
However, you still get the feeling that, if anyone is going to score for Brighton at Anfield or anywhere else, Maupay is your best bet.
Tottenham vs Manchester United
Finding value in Tottenham goalscorer markets used to be pretty easy. You'd bet on Harry Kane and he'd deliver more often that not. This season, you can't do that as his odds are largely the same but the end-product is poorer.
That used to make Heung-min Son the smart bet, but he has been carrying the goalscoring burden this season and that has seen his odds diminish.
Punters are therefore required to get a little more creative when it comes to Spurs, and Lucas Moura is certainly an interesting one.
The Brazilian is getting a run in the side this season and is always a goal threat coming inside on his left foot.
Regardless of whether you think Manchester United were right or not to back Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the 5-0 home drubbing by Liverpool, there is little doubt the club needs someone to step up and deliver right now.
That is exactly what Cristiano Ronaldo has been brought to the club to do: to elevate himself and his team-mates when others can't and turn bad performances into good results.
There is a perfectly good reason why that expectation is there with Ronaldo as he has made a career out of doing just that.
It would be just like him to single-handedly drag Manchester United out of a crisis. Scoring the first goal against Tottenham would be a good place to start.