4 To Score: The teams that could net you £25k this weekend
Our writers give you the best possible chance in our new, 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 o'clock kick-offs in each of England's top four divisions.
Here are our writers' predictions for each division...
Top pick: Manchester City
This one picks itself.
City have scored 17 goals in their last four matches in all competitions, and netted after just three minutes against West Brom in the EFL Cup.
Crystal Palace, like Watford last weekend, could find themselves on the end of a tonking.
Honourable mention: Burnley
Their midweek EFL Cup exit is unlikely to have dented the in-form Clarets’ confidence too much, while Chris Wood opened the scoring after just three minutes in their last league outing at Turf Moor.
Top pick: Wolves
Leeds have been the most popular pick in the second tier this week, but Wolves look the likeliest early scorers.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are the fourth-highest scorers in the division, they’ve scored inside the first 10 minutes twice already this season, and now face 20th-placed Barnsley.
Honourable mentions: Leeds, Brentford
Leeds are an easy choice against Ipswich, but if you’re looking for a slightly off-the-wall selection, look no further than Brentford.
The Bees have had more shots than any other Championship side, and are away at rock-bottom Bolton on Saturday.
Top pick: Oxford
It may not have worked for me last week – who saw Blackburn losing to AFC Wimbledon? – but the home-winner theory did at least continue as Blackpool scored earliest and beat Oxford.
And it is the U’s I’m going for this week, as they host Walsall having scored 12 goals in five games at home so far this season.
Honourable mentions: Charlton, Bradford
Charlton have struggled a little recently, but will have no better opportunity to turn things around than at home to struggling Bury.
And despite Northampton’s resurgence under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Bradford have a chance, having scored 16 goals in their last six matches.
Top pick: Exeter
Paul Tisdale’s side are top of League Two after seven wins and a draw from their first eight games.
The Grecians scored first last weekend and have now been quickest off the mark three times. It makes sense to pick them again.
Honourable mentions: Barnet, Accrington
Barnet scored in the ninth minute last weekend and face a Crawley side that have already shipped four goals within the opening 30 minutes of matches.
Accrington have won three out of four and scored four times within 15 minutes of kick off.