Win A Million With Grosvenor Goals
Added On 12th November 2019
The current football season is well underway and it looks like Liverpool are already on course for the title. Many pundits predicted that Klopp's team would be successful but how are your predictions going? Every week there are free games to play including your chance to win up to £1million with Grosvenor Goals.
Grosvenor Goals plays every week and requires a fair bit of luck to win. Each week there will be 10 football matches listed. Your task is to pick the first goal scorer - in each game! Grosvenor Goals is free to play but you do need to be registered with the site to be able to play. Naturally you also need to be over 18. Full terms can be found in the promotions section.
26 Million To 1
Should your predictive powers be incredibly top notch and all 10 of your picks are first goal scorers then you win £1million! The odds of achieving this feat are pretty remote. We logged 10 first goal scorer odds into a betting slip for up and coming UEFA Nations League games. On average the odds of each scorer was 4/1. The odds of all 10 first goal scorers occurring came out at an incredible 25987499/1 - roughly 26 million to 1!
To put that into perspective, the odds of winning The National Lottery are nearly 14 million to 1. In comparison to other free prediction games, the chances of winning Sky's Super Six is around 130000/1. Thankfully, Grosvenor are offering other prizes! For example, if all 10 of your players score in the featured games, but not all are the first goal, then you'll win £10,000.
Win £10 Bets
Additionally, if three or more of your picks come in then you'll win a £10 bonus bet. This reduces the odds to a more "reasonable" 200/1! Whilst it's still a long shot, we think Grosvenor Goals is worth a punt simply for the chance to win the £10 bonus bet prize. Note that free bet terms and conditions apply. Full details of these can be found on the Grosvenor website.
One thing that is missing this season is the presence of football legend and Grosvenor ambassador, Sir Geoff Hurst. Last season Sir Geoff would make his selections and if he was able to get four or more predictions right then every participant of that particular week will collect a free bet. Another thing that is missing from Grosvenor Goals is a list of winners - we can only assume that to date no one has managed to sucessfully bag a big prize. Maybe this week?