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 the top four divisions.



Top pick: West Ham

As regular readers of this column will know, Premier League 4 To Score winners come from bottom-half clashes more often than not.

Seven of the last nine have also been away sides, so West Ham – who were 4TS winners last Saturday after scoring after just six minutes against Newcastle – are a solid shout against Bournemouth.

The Cherries have conceded four goals in their previous two top-flight matches and are without a top-flight in seven.

Honourable mention: Leicester City

Leicester have scored inside the first 20 minutes in each of their last three Premier League away matches, with those goals coming in minutes eight, 11 and 20 respectively.

Watford conceded after just six minutes against Huddersfield in their last outing at Vicarage Road, and have lost five of their last six matches. 

- Tom Bowles


Top pick: Derby

Derby have won their last four matches to nil, and were 3-0 up inside half an hour on Saturday.

Considering that Hull have conceded at least twice in their last five home matches, more joy for the Rams is likely.

Honourable mentions: Middlesbrough

Boro may be managerless, but they have a good chance of scoring early at home to Bolton, who have conceded inside the first quarter of an hour of their last two away matches. 

- Adam Drury



Top pick: Plymouth

Plymouth flew out of the blocks in their last match, earning a 2-0 lead over Oldham inside the opening six minutes.

So they look a very attractive option away to MK Dons, who have conceded the quickest goal in their division a whopping five time - more than any other side in the country.

Honourable mentions: Fleetwood, Wigan

Yet another slow start for Oldham last time out means the Latics have now conceded the most goals in the opening 10 minutes of matches in the entire Football League.

Fleetwood haven’t won in eight league games, but that hasn’t stopped teams scooping the prize before.

A more obvious shout would be Wigan, who put seven past Oxford in their last game, though the league leaders will inevitably be a very popular pick.

- Tom Clee


Top pick: Chesterfield

Crewe conceded the earliest goal of the weekend on Saturday as they went down to a 3-0 home defeat to Swindon.

That eighth-minute strike was the 10th goal David Artell's side have shipped in the opening 20 minutes of games this season.

Visiting Chesterfield, who have won three out of four at home, the outlook isn't great for the Railwaymen.

Honourable mentions: Luton, Coventry

Boring, maybe, but Luton have rattled in 53 goals so far this term - 12 more than any other side - and won 2-0 at the weekend.

Coventry are in decent form, having won three out of four, and scored a second-minute goal against Cheltenham two games ago.

Port Vale haven't kept a clean sheet in five away games, and won't start doing so here.


- Will Rook