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4 To Score, Betway’s free-to-play football prediction game

15 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
4 To Score, Betway’s free-to-play football prediction game

For our free-to-play prediction game, our writers predict which sides will score first in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two.

4 To Score is Betway’s free-to-play prediction game, where you can win £25,000 by simply guessing the first team to score in the top four divisions across Saturday’s three o’clock kick-offs.


Top pick: Bournemouth

With just three matches to choose from, I think the day’s first goal will come from Bournemouth v West Brom.

Both sides scored inside 10 minutes last weekend before going on to suffer heavy defeats, against Tottenham and Leicester respectively.

Bournemouth, though, are in better shape than Alan Pardew’s hopeless side, and I fancy them to take an early lead on home soil for the second week running.

– Tom Bowles


Top pick: Wolves

It almost feels too obvious to plump for Wolves, but a heavy win is surely in order against Burton.

Nuno Santo’s side have opened the scoring inside the first 15 minutes in three of their last four home games, while Burton have conceded inside the first 35 minutes in three of their last five matches on the road.

Honourable mentions: Hull, Preston

Hull have scored seven goals in their last two matches, including inside the opening 20 minutes in both.

Sunderland have conceded 10 goals in their last four home matches, including the first 35 minutes in three of them.

– Adam Drury


Top pick: Plymouth

Five of the last six sides to concede the 4TS goal in League One were playing away from home against a team 14th or higher in the table, having failed to win their previous game.

That process of elimination leaves us with three teams to decide from this weekend, the most vulnerable of which looks to be Bristol Rovers.

They’ve conceded the division’s earliest goal three times since 27 January, and travel to Plymouth, who have scored 11 first-half goals during a seven-match unbeaten run.

Honourable mentions: Blackpool, Charlton

The other two candidates based on my flawless formula are Southend and Fleetwood, so it makes just as much sense to back either of their two opponents on Saturday.

– Tom Clee


Top pick: Accrington

League leaders Accrington have scored the 4TS-winning goal twice already this season and I fancy them again this weekend.

Stanley host Forest Green, who have conceded seven goals in the first 10 minutes of matches this season and shipped the opening goal in 25 of their 36 league games.

Honourable mentions: Carlisle, Cheltenham

Carlisle are in decent form at home, with four wins from their last five, and have scored eight goals in the opening 20 minutes at Brunton Park.

Cheltenham host out-of-form Chesterfield, who have lost five of their last six and gone behind in 10 of their 16 away games this season.

– Will Rook