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. Because there's no Premier League football this weekend, the National League takes its place.



Top pick: Brentford

Sunderland have conceded inside the first 35 minutes in four of their last six games, and could do similar against Brentford.

The Bees have taken over two shots more per game than any other side away from home this season, so an improvement in front of goal could see them cut loose at the Stadium of Light.

Honourable mentions: Nottingham Forest, Wolves

Burton have conceded three times in their last two home matches. Wolves, meanwhile, have taken the lead inside 15 minutes in their last three games, making them a safe bet at Preston.

- Adam Drury


Top pick: Rotherham

Rotherham are on fire, winning nine in a 12-match unbeaten run.

The Millers have taken the lead after seven, one and five minutes during their last four games on the road. At table-topping Shrewsbury, they are well worth a punt.

Honourable mentions: Northampton, AFC Wimbledon

Northampton started slowly against Gillingham in midweek, but were 1-0 up inside 12 minutes in each of their last two away games. Their opponents Scunthorpe have one win in seven and were behind after only two minutes on Tuesday.

AFC Wimbledon have also been on a bad run, but can quickly put that behind them against a Bristol Rovers side that have conceded the 4 To Score-winning goal in two of the last three weekends, and five times overall this season.

- Tom Clee



Top pick: Accrington

Accrington have won eight of their last nine league games, taking the lead in six of those.

They travel to bottom-of-the-league Barnet, who have lost seven out of 10 and kept just one clean sheet in their last 35 matches.

Honourable mentions: Carlisle, Wycombe

Carlisle have bagged eight goals inside the opening 20 minutes so far this season and take on Chesterfield, who have conceded 55 goals – the most in the division.

Wycombe scored after three minutes against Swindon in midweek and have netted three or more in five of their last six league games. They look a decent pick at mid-table Cheltenham.

- Will Rook


Top pick: Tranmere

Tranmere are the most prolific home side in the National League, having won each of their last eight at Prenton Park, scoring at least three goals in seven of those.

Micky Melon’s side netted inside 20 minutes on seven occasions during that run, and have done so more times than any other team in the league this season.

Honourable mention: Eastleigh, AFC Fylde

Eastleigh have scored six goals inside the first 10 minutes of games this season – the joint-most in the division – and now face a Chester side that have conceded more inside the first 20 than any other National League team

AFC Fylde have bagged 15 goals in their last six league games – netting inside 20 minutes in four of those – and should again score early and often against 17th-place Leyton Orient.

- Jack Green