Phil Foden, Harry Kane and Sadio Mane the men to back for Wrong Time, Wrong place offer

Soften the blow of your first goalscorer bet-regret with a great offer from Planet Sport Bet.

Ever put on a first goalscorer bet only to look on in pure disdain as the man you backed scores every goal but the first?

It's something we have surely all experienced far more often than we'd like, and Planet Sport Bet's Wrong Time, Wrong Place offer can help soften the blow.

Place a first goalscorer bet and if that player scores later on in the game, you'll get half of your stake back as a free bet.

With that in mind, let's take a look at three matches this weekend that could help you make the most of the offer.

Manchester United vs Manchester City

Bruno Fernandes

What is going on with Manchester United? Hammered by Liverpool followed by a great win at Tottenham and then a desperate last-gasp equaliser at Atalanta.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer surviving the debacle against Liverpool was a genuine surprise, but Man Utd slipping into bad habits again so soon after the win that saved his job was much less of a shock.

They face another huge home derby this week too, with Manchester City attempting to get their Premier League title bid back on track at their rivals' expense.

Man Utd seemingly cannot shake their crippling inconsistencies, but they do have at least a couple players they can rely on to perform.

Bruno Fernandes is certainly one of those, so he is a good man too back for the Wrong Time, Wrong Place offer.

Phil Foden

Phil Foden, Manchester City, Burnley, Premier League

Man City suffered a frustrating defeat to Crystal Palace last time out in the Premier League. That result has seen then slip off the pace in the title race and in urgent need of a win at Old Trafford.

A comfortable Champions League win against Brugge restored confidence and it was Phil Foden who opened the scoring in that one.

He has been thrust into a false nine position in the last two games, thanks largely to Man City's struggles to replace Sergio Aguero, but it's a position that should see him get opportunities around the Man Utd penalty box.

And it's hard to see Man Utd keeping the visitors out for nine minutes let alone 90.

Everton vs Tottenham

Andros Townsend

Andros Townsend celebrates his equaliser against Manchester United Oct21

The Premier League never really ceases to amaze in how fast a good start can become a huge crisis.

Everton started as solidly as you'd expect under Rafa Benitez, but three defeats on the spin have seen things become very tense around Goodison Park.

If Benitez is true to form, his usual response to that will be to ask more of the players he trusts the most, and Townsend is right up there in that regard.

There is also the fact he is a former Tottenham player to factor into this, and we all know how often it feels like players come back to haunt clubs they used to play for.

Harry Kane

Wrong Time, Wrong Place

A new era for Tottenham will begin on Sunday with Antonio Conte at the helm.

He rejected the job in the summer, but has finally agreed to take over from Nuno Espirito Santo, who never looked a good fit.

You have to wonder whether a big factor in Conte rejecting Spurs in the summer was the uncertainty over the future of Harry Kane. He ended up staying, albeit reluctantly, and he hasn't been himself since.

Conte could well be the man to reignite him, though. The Italian is famously intolerant of poor attitudes around the training ground and if there is an issue with Kane's mentality right now, he won't be afforded that luxury for long.

Kane will know that as well as anyone, and he could have been jolted back to something like his old self by Conte's arrival.

West Ham vs Liverpool

Jarrod Bowen

Jarrod Bowen, West Ham United

It's actually West Ham and not Liverpool who go into this match as the form team, which is testament to how well they have started the season.

West Ham hammered ten-man Aston Villa last week and dumped Manchester City out of the League Cup before that.

Michail Antonio has grabbed most of the headlines for West Ham but Jarrod Bowen's contribution shouldn't be underplayed.

The former Hull man should get more goals than he does. Nevertheless, he is a relentless runner with a huge nuisance value who is always a goal threat coming inside on his left foot.

He bagged himself the fourth against Villa and that will have left him in confident mood ahead of Liverpool's visit.

Sadio Mane

Sadio Mane Liverpool Sep21 celebration

Mo Salah has been taking the plaudits at Liverpool this season but Sadio Mane is quietly having an excellent season on the opposite wing.

Mane has scored eight goals in all competitions for Liverpool and finds himself on a bit of a hot streak right now having scored in each of his last two games.

Neither have been the first goal of the game, but both came inside the first 25 minutes, demonstrating he doesn't need long to make his mark in a match.

You would imagine that a confident West Ham will try to assert themselves at home in this one, and that could leave plenty of opportunities for Mane to expose the weaker of the Hammers' two flanks.

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