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: Watford

With just four top-flight games to choose from on Saturday afternoon, Watford are the best bet.

The Hornets scored four against Chelsea on Monday and could notch a few more against West Ham, who have the second-worst defence in the league.

The Hammers conceded after eight minutes against Brighton last Saturday, 24 minutes against Crystal Palace the week before and seven minutes against Wigan in the FA Cup the week before that.

Honourable mention: Brighton

Brighton have opened the scoring in each of their last three games in all competitions – all through Glenn Murray – and could do so again when they travel to Stoke.

The Potters have conceded the earliest goal in the division on five occasions this season – the most of any Premier League side.

- Jack Green


Top pick: Preston

Preston have scored inside the first 36 minutes in three of their last four matches, and are a good bet for another early goal at Brentford.

The Bees conceded the 4 To Score-winning goal against Norwich a fortnight ago, and were 2-0 down within 35 minutes at Derby last time out.

Honourable mentions: Wolves, Derby

The Championship’s top two are safe choices.

Wolves were 1-0 up after five minutes against Sheffield United last time out, while Derby have scored inside the first half an hour in four of their last five home matches.

- Adam Drury



Top pick: Doncaster

Doncaster became the fourth side this season to claim back-to-back 4 To Score titles after netting with just four minutes on the clock in each of their last two games.

You’ll kick yourself if they become the first team to complete the hat-trick, particularly considering visitors, Charlton conceded twice in the last two minutes last time out.

Honourable mentions: Blackburn, Rotherham

Blackburn needed just six minutes to take the lead in two of their last three home games, and only 14 in the other.

They’ll be a popular pick at home to Oldham, who have shipped more goals in the first 10 minutes of matches than any other team in the division.

Rotherham are on a 10-match unbeaten run and have scored inside seven minutes in their last three away games, so keep an eye on them away to Scunthorpe.

- Tom Clee


Top pick: Yeovil

League Two’s 4 To Score winners have come from fixtures between bottom-half sides in five of the last seven weeks, so that’s where to look.

Yeovil have won three on the bounce in all competitions and taken the lead in seven of their last eight league games, scoring five goals within the opening 19 minutes.

They travel to six-time 4 To Score losers Crewe, who have conceded 11 in three and lost four consecutive league games.

Honourable mentions: Wycombe, Newport

Wycombe have hit 15 goals in their last four league games, including a second-minute strike against league leaders Luton two games ago.

Newport could also get off to a quick start against Forest Green, who have conceded 11 goals in the opening 20 minutes of their matches this season.

- Will Rook