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

The FA Cup third-round means that this week the competition is focusing on League One, League Two, the National League and National League North. 

And, with just seven three o'clock kick-offs across two of those divisions, you'll never get a better chance to pocket the cash.

Here are our writers' top tips to give you a helping hand...



Top pick: Plymouth

Bury have lost their last five matches to nil, falling behind inside five minutes in two of them.

Plymouth, meanwhile, have won their last four at home, and claimed the 4 To Score crown two weeks ago after netting twice with just six minutes on the clock.

Honourable mention: Oldham

If that doesn’t tempt you, then Charlton have conceded four times during the first 15 minutes of an eight-match winless run.

So they could easily concede first against an Oldham side that have scored the division’s earliest goal three times already this season.

- Tom Clee


Top pick: Colchester United

Colchester scored League Two’s earliest goal on Boxing Day, and have scored inside the first 35 minutes of three of their last four home matches.

Considering that The U’s host Cheltenham, who were whacked 4-1 at Stevenage last time out, they have a good chance of repeating the trick.

Honourable mention: Accrington Stanley

Chesterfield have conceded at least twice in six of their last eight away games, so are vulnerable away to Accrington, who have netted in their last six home matches.

- Adam Drury



Top pick: Macclesfield

A predictable pick, but league-leaders Macclesfield have scored seven in the opening quarter of an hour of matches – the equal-most in the division.

They face fourth-bottom Solihull Moors, who are yet to keep a clean sheet on the road this season after 15 attempts.

Honourable mention: Leyton Orient

Leyton Orient are officially the slowest starters in the National League, having conceded 10 times in the first 15 minutes of games.

At home to Boreham Wood, who have twice scored in the opening 11 minutes of their last five matches, another early setback could be on the way.

- Will Rook


Top pick: Blyth Spartans

Blyth are the National League North’s second-highest scorers and an obvious pick this weekend against a Gainsborough side that sit 19th in the table and have conceded 40 goals in 22 games.

Spartans have taken the lead inside 25 minutes in each of their last four games, and broke the deadlock in the eighth minute when they beat Gainsborough 4-2 away from home in August.

Honourable mention: Alfreton Town

Alfreton are worth picking this week simply because they’re playing North Ferriby.

The Villagers have shipped 60 goals this season – 11 more than any other side – and have conceded four times during the first 10 minutes of their last eight home games.

- Jack Green