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 o'clock kick-offs in each of England's top four divisions.

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



Top pick: Manchester United

An obvious pick, but the right one.

Crystal Palace are the only team in the Premier League to have conceded two goals in the first 10 minutes of games, and now face a side that have scored five first-half goals and conceded just one.

If that wasn’t enough, United scored in the fourth minute against Everton, the fifth against Burton, the 20th against Southampton and the fourth against CSKA Moscow.

Honourable mention: Southampton

Southampton are a good bet to score early against Stoke, who were the opponents of each of the last two 4 To Score winners.

Saints are one of just five teams to have scored in the first 10 minutes of games on two occasions, and netted in the sixth minute against Crystal Palace a fortnight ago.

Jack Green


Top pick: Aston Villa

Villa are suddenly on a roll with three wins in a row that have brought nine goals, including a 4-0 thrashing of Burton in midweek that saw them score twice within the first 16 minutes.

At home to rock-bottom Bolton – who have lost seven in a row without scoring a single goal – Steve Bruce’s side fit the profile of a 4 To Score winner perfectly.

Honourable mentions: Wolves, Preston

Wolves have the division’s joint-best record during the first 10 minutes of matches without ever having been the first team to score.

Away to the aforementioned Burton, this could be their chance to claim the honour.

Sunderland conceded first last weekend and shipped five away to Ipswich on Tuesday, so this season’s surprise package Preston are well worth bearing in mind.

Tom Clee



Top pick: Rotherham

Rotherham have scored five goals in three separate home matches this season, including in both of their last two.

Anything like the same rampant form gives them a chance against Northampton.

Honourable mentions: Peterborough, Oldham

Peterborough have scored in every home game this season, and should beat Oxford, who have lost all of their last three.

And Oldham have scored 13 goals in their last six matches, despite mixed results.

Adam Drury


Top pick: Coventry

Coventry have won four out of five in League Two and three on the spin at the Ricoh Arena.

They host struggling Crewe on Saturday, who have lost four consecutive matches and conceded the earliest goal the last two weekends in a row.

Honourable mentions: Accrington, Exeter

Accrington have scored four in the first 20 minutes of matches and should net early against bottom-of-the-league Forest Green.

Mark Cooper’s side have shipped 10 goals in the opening half-hour of games – more than any other League Two side.

Exeter have taken the fourth-tier 4 To Score title three times already and, at home to out-of-form Morecambe, look a decent shout for another quick goal.

Will Rook