What is Next Goal Scorer?

Next Goal Scorer is an in-play betting option mostly associated with football in which a punter predicts who the next scorer of a goal will be during play.

A Next Goal Scorer bet is strictly associated with the next goal in a game and the punter will only be able to select from the players currently on the pitch. That is as opposed to other scoring markets such as first goal scorer, anytime goal scorer or last goal scorer, in which any player in a squad can be selected.

Although mostly associated with football, a next goal scorer bet can be made on any sport that requires goals to be scored such as hockey and handball.

How is Next Goal Scorer used in Sports Betting?

Placing a Next Goal Scorer bet is an exciting market to bet on and can be placed anytime once a game has kicked off.

For example, in football, if Manchester United go 1-0 up and Romelu Lukaku has had an impressive game, you may bet on him to be the next goal scorer in the game which would then put the Red Devils 2-0 up.

Naturally, the Next Goal Scorer bet refreshes itself every time a goal is scored meaning a punter can win multiple times if they successfully pick the correct player each time.

As Next Goal Scorer betting is in play, it is important to follow the flow of the game as this can have a serious impact on your betting selection.

Did you know…

On April 21st, 2001, Australia played an international football match against American Samoa with the Aussies recording the highest ever victory winning 31-0.

In the game, Australia’s Archie Thompson set a new world record scoring 13 times meaning 13 next goal scorer bets would have payed out if he had been selected by punters.

The match was later immortalised in a film, Next Goal Wins.

See also

Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Anytime Try Scorer

Both Teams to Score

Correct Score

Fall of Next Wicket

First Team to Score

Scorecast Betting

Winning Goal Scorer

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