After making his England debut in a narrow defeat to Holland last month, Fraizer Campbell looks big at 9/1 to score first against Tottenham this weekend.
The former Manchester United trainee is also a tempting 3/1 chance to score at any time on Saturday, and he will be eager to get on the scoresheet against a team he had an uneventful loan spell with three years ago.
If he does prove a point to his former employers with a goal, Ladbrokes will refund losing first scorer bets.
Therefore, it is worth taking advantage of some lengthy prices attributed to goal threats in this match.
Emmanuel Adebayor is a 5/1 shot to open the scoring, and can follow up his brace against Swansea with another strike here.
Rafael Van der Vaart has returned to form lately also, and after two goals in his last three league appearances, may be worth backing at 7/1 to break the deadlock for the visitors.
Meanwhile, Arsenal loanee Nicklas Bendtner could silence the away fans with the first goal, and is a 7/1 option to do so.