Glenn Murray hit the headlines by scoring the extra-time winner in Crystal Palace’s surprise Carling Cup quarter-final victory at Old Trafford and some punters will be hoping that he follows up on his goal against Manchester United with another against Derby.
All losing first goalscorer bets for the mid-table Championship clash at Selhurst Park will be refunded if Murray finds the net at any point in the 90 minutes and there is a strong chance that he will.
Murray is Palace’s top league scorer this season with four Championship strikes and his goal against Manchester United should be enough to secure him a starting spot against Derby.
Because of this offer, there may be even greater value in also backing another player to score first, given there is a strong chance that their stake will be refunded.
The other scorer in the Manchester United victory was Darren Ambrose and he is 6/1 to be the first goalscorer against a Derby team that have lost their last five games in succession.