4 To Score is Betway's new, free-to-play prediction game.

To be in with a chance of winning £25,000 every single weekend, simply guess the first team to score in the 3.00 kick-offs in each of England's top four divisions.

Here are our writers' predictions for each division...

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PREMIER LEAGUE

Top pick: Arsenal

Crystal Palace and Bournemouth did the business in the two previous Premier League gameweeks, but I suspect one of the big-six sides will deliver this weekend.

Arsenal have scored inside the first 20 minutes of all four of their top-flight home games this season, against Leicester, Bournemouth, Brighton and West Brom respectively.

The Gunners were excellent at Everton last weekend, and should have taken an early lead. Back them to do just that at home to Swansea.

Honourable mention: Watford

If you fancy an outside shout, then Watford are worth a go.

The Hornets were superb for 80 minutes at Chelsea last weekend, where they should have scored three or four times. More significantly, Stoke have conceded inside the first 20 minutes of matches six times already this season, including two at home to Bournemouth last time out.

- Tom Bowles

CHAMPIONSHIP

Top pick: Fulham

Fulham have got the most winnable game in the Championship this weekend, with Bolton having conceded 12 goals without reply in their last five away matches.

The hosts have scored in their last nine matches, and are a safe bet to go ahead early on Saturday.

Honourable mentions: Bristol City, Wolves

Sunderland have the joint-worst defence in the division, and host Bristol City, who beat Crystal Palace 4-1 on Tuesday.

Top-of-the-table Wolves have scored nine goals in their last three league games, and play QPR,  whose only clean sheet since August came against Burton.

- Adam Drury

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LEAGUE ONE

Top pick: Walsall

Southend have the joint-worst defence in the division, conceding 20 of their 26 goals away from home at a rate of nearly three per game.

That included the earliest of the weekend against Wigan – more on them later – the last time they were on their travels.

So, given Walsall have taken the lead inside 18 minutes in both of their most recent home matches – and come into this on the back of a 3-0 away win – the Saddlers are a good shout if you don’t want to go with the crowd.  

Honourable mentions: Wigan, Bristol Rovers

Wigan have won their last five home matches to nil and scored first in League One the last time they played at the DW. Such dominance makes them worth considering even if they are playing Blackburn.

Finally, MK Dons are officially the Football League’s slowest starters after conceding earliest last weekend for a fifth time this season, meaning Bristol Rovers are another solid option.

- Tom Clee

LEAGUE TWO

Top pick: Colchester

Every 4 To Score winner in League Two has gone on to win their match, so I’m picking a side who should take three points.

Colchester, who host Crewe, are ideal candidates considering the visitors have lost five consecutive away games.

The Railwaymen have also conceded the division’s first goal on four of the last six weekends.

Honourable mentions: Luton, Accrington

Top-of-the-table Luton are an obvious pick, but they are the Football League’s top scorers with 34 and have won four games on the spin at Kenilworth Road.

Accrington took the prize last week after beating Crewe and look a decent shout again. Third-placed Stanley have won four out of six and take on Barnet, who are without a victory in 10.

- Will Rook 

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