4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play prediction game, where you can win £25,000 by simply predicting the first team to score in four different divisions.

This week, the FA Cup second round means that it is the Premier League, Championship, National League and National League North standing between you and the money.

And, as ever, our writers are on hand to help with their top tips for every single league...



Top pick: West Brom

West Brom’s early strike against Tottenham last weekend continued a trend that has seen 10 of the last 13 Premier League 4 To Score winning goals scored by bottom-half sides.

Teams 10th or below have also conceded the first goal in 11 of those matches, so fixtures between lower-mid-table teams are what we’re looking for.

Which means it makes sense to go for the Baggies again this week.

They scored a couple at the Hawthorns against Newcastle on Tuesday, and now have a manager in Alan Pardew who loves his players to attack.

Honourable mention: Everton

Another encounter between two bottom-half sides.

Everton scored inside the first 20 minutes against West Ham in midweek, and will be lifted by both the manner of that victory and the fact that it’s Sam Allardyce’s first match in charge.

Huddersfield, meanwhile, conceded after three minutes on their way to being honked 5-0 by Arsenal in midweek.

- Tom Bowles


Top pick: QPR

Not many will go for QPR, but their injury-time rally against Brentford on Monday will have given them an unexpected boost heading to Preston.

Alex Neil’s hosts have not won at Deepdale since 12 September, and have conceded in the first half-hour in three of their last four home matches.

Honourable mention: Derby County

Having lost a match they dominated against Ipswich on Tuesday, Derby will keen to put Burton to the sword.

The visitors have kept one clean sheet in seven, and have dropped to 23rd in the table.

- Adam Drury



Top pick: Wrexham

No team have conceded more goals in the first 10 minutes of matches this season that Maidenhead United.

So they’re a good bet to fall behind early against a Wrexham side that are joint-top of the table and haven’t lost at home since the opening day of the season.

Honourable mention: Aldershot

The Shots are joint-top of both the table and the scoring charts after notching their fourth consecutive win in the division’s only midweek match.

So they should hit the ground running against a Torquay team that have already conceded the division’s first goal on one of the three previous weekends the National League has been included in 4 To Score.

- Tom Clee


Top pick: Bradford Park Avenue

On a three-game winning streak and having scored inside the first 20 minutes in three of their last four games, Bradford Park Avenue are a logical pick this weekend.

Mark Bower’s side have found the net in five successive away games, and now face an Alfreton team that have conceded seven in three.

Alfreton have also fallen behind inside the first quarter of an hour in each of their last four home games, including twice in the first seven minutes against Harrogate last month.

Honourable mentions: Harrogate Town

Harrogate – the National League North’s joint-highest scorers – are another solid choice against fourth-bottom FC United of Manchester, who conceded in the sixth minute against Gainsborough last time out.

- Jack Green