It's Goal Frenzy!
Check out our selection from Sky Bet's Goal Frenzy coupon for Saturday's football while we've also scoured the both teams to score markets.
Every week of the 2014/15 season we'll be casting our eyes over the divisions to pick out an accumulator from Sky Bet's Goal Frenzy coupon and we continue this weekend as the new Barclays Premier League campaign gets under way.
For those new to Goal Frenzy, we're backing the teams we think will score two or more goals in their respective matches and hopefully all our selections will oblige!
In addition, we're also going to be picking out multiples in Sky Bet's both teams to score and full time result & both teams to score markets.
Here are Chris Hammer's picks...
Stoke v Aston Villa
In our range of in-depth ante-post previews, we've been warm on Stoke's potential but pretty cold to say the least on Aston Villa's outlook so I fancy the Potters to get off to a comfortable start by scoring at least a couple of goals in victory.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace
Fresh from an impressive 3-0 victory over last season's champions Manchester City in the Community Shield, Arsenal should put Crystal Palace to the sword to underline their intentions this season.
Blackpool v Blackburn
I fancy Blackburn to have a very good season and the wheels could well be put in motion with an easy win at Bloomfield Road. Although Blackpool did reasonably well to stop the floodgates opening against Nottingham Forest when falling 2-0 down early on last weekend, they'll struggle to keep Rovers' attacking threat out.
Fulham v Millwall
Fulham did admittedly look pretty tame during their 2-1 defeat at Ipswich last weekend but that will surely prompt Felix Magath's new-look side into a response in this London derby at Craven Cottage.
Shrewsbury v Tranmere
The Shrews come into this clash on the back of a 1-0 victory over Sky Bet Championship side Blackpool in the Capital One Cup while they managed two goals in their League Two opener with AFC Wimbledon last weekend. I expect them to end up being one of the highest scoring sides in the division this season and there's no reason why they won't get more than one against Tranmere.
West Brom v Sunderland
Bolton v Nottingham Forest
Norwich v Watford
Coventry v Sheffield United
Luton v AFC Wimbledon
Leicester v Everton
Reading v Ipswich
York v Northampton