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 four different divisions.

This week, we're back to the usual suspects of the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two.

And, as ever, our writers are on hand to help with their top tips for every single one...



Top pick: Crystal Palace

The formula of picking bottom-half teams worked again last week, with Swansea grabbing an early goal at Stoke.

Crystal Palace have been 4 To Score winners twice already this season, both of which came at Selhurst Park.

Honourable mention: Tottenham

Stoke have conceded four of the last 10 Premier League 4 To Score goals against teams including Newcastle, Bournemouth and Swansea last week.

So they're a prime candidate to do so again away to Tottenham at Wembley.


Top pick: Fulham

Birmingham have fallen behind inside the first 10 minutes in three of their last five away matches, making them prime candidates to concede the Championship's earliest goal this weekend.

Fulham have scored within the first half-hour of three of their last four games, so are an ideal pick.

Honourable mentions: Hull City, Brentford

These two face up at the KCOM Stadium in what is sure to be a high-scoring game.

Hull have scored in every home game this season, while Brentford have netted at least twice in five of their last six away matches.

- Adam Drury



Top pick: Northampton

The last eight 4 To Score goals in League One have come in games between teams that are 10th or lower in the table.

Five fixtures fit that description this weekend, but there’s one that looks comfortably the likeliest candidate.

On average, Oldham have fallen behind faster than other side in the division this season, while Northampton boast the joint-fastest average time for taking the lead.

Honourable mentions: Bradford, Charlton

Rochdale have conceded two of the last five 4 To Score goals in League One, which doesn’t bode well for them away to a Bradford side that have netted first in 16 of 20 matches this season.

Portsmouth have also conceded the first goal in seven of their 10 away games, three of which have come inside the opening 15 minutes.

So they’re another prime candidate against a Charlton team that are very strong at home.

- Tom Clee


Top pick: Chesterfield

The last three sides to bag first in League Two have been 14th or lower, so that’s where I’m looking.

Although Chesterfield are bottom, they are unbeaten in five and have scored first in six of their last seven league games.

Barnet are only one place above the Spireites after a run of one win in 14, and conceded after six minutes in against Grimsby last time out.

Honourable mentions: Luton, Cheltenham

It’s impossible to write a 4 To Score preview for League Two without mentioning Luton.

The Hatters have hit seven or more on three separate occasions and are the top-scorers in the Football League with 48.

Cheltenham host Crewe, who have the third-worst away record in the division and have conceded the first goal four times already this season.

- Will Rook