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4 To Score: The teams that could bank you £25k on Saturday

06 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
4 To Score: The teams that could bank you £25k on Saturday

Our writers give you the best possible chance in our free-to-play prediction game with their top tips for the first team to score in each division.

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 League One, League Two, the National League, and the National League North.

Here are our writers’ predictions for each division…


Top pick: Wigan Athletic

Wigan are beginning to flex their muscles in League One, and should definitely secure a victory at Scunthorpe on Saturday.

Having scored 12 goals in their last six matches, it is about time they netted an early one, too.

Honourable mention: Southend United

The Shrimpers have been the League One winners in the last two weeks. They travel to Doncaster, who have conceded inside the first 35 minutes of their last two home games.

Adam Drury


Top pick: Notts County

League Two leaders Notts County have won eight of their last 10 matches, and have scored in the first 20 minutes of matches three times.

They should run riot against Forest Green, the league’s slowest starters.

Bottom-of-the-league Rovers are without a win in 10  and have already shipped seven in the opening half hour of games.

Honourable mentions: Stevenage, Lincoln

Stevenage have won three consecutive league games. They travel to Crewe, who have conceded League Two’s opening goal in each of the last three weekends.

Lincoln bagged after seven minutes against Barnet in their last home game and are worth considering against Chesterfield, who have lost four on the spin.

Will Rook 


Top pick: Macclesfield Town

Macclesfield are one of the National League’s most dominant sides during the first 20 minutes of matches, having scored seven and conceded just two.

On Saturday they welcome Ebbsfleet who, with an aggregate score of 6-1 during the same period, are the division’s slowest starters.

On the back of three wins in a row and having taken the lead after just one minute in their most recent home game, the table-toppers are the obvious pick.

Honourable mentions: Torquay United, Dagenham & Redbridge

Torquay got their first win of the season after 14 attempts in midweek with a 4-0 thrashing of Maidenhead that saw them score inside four minutes.

Given three of their 15 goals have already come during the first 10 minutes of matches, don’t be surprised if they pick up where they left off on Saturday.

Finally, Dagenham are comfortably the division’s top scorers and, with a third of their 27 goals coming inside 20 minutes, are always worth considering.

Tom Clee


Top pick: Wealdstone

Wealdstone are a sensible pick to score on Saturday given that they’re playing at home to Whitehawk, who are useless.

The visitors are yet to win a game and have conceded 36 goals so far, including four to Havant and Waterlooville, four to Dartford, six to Bognor Regis and seven to Truro City.

Wealdstone have scored in five of their last seven games, and should rack up a few this weekend.

Honourable mentions: Truro City, Dartford

League leaders Truro are on fire, having won six consecutive games and scored two goals or more in five of those matches.

They should score early and often against Hampton and Richmond, who have kept no clean sheets in five.

Dartford have notched 27 goals this season – the most in the league – and are a solid shout to grab an early goal against 18th-placed Bognor Regis.

Jack Green