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4 To Score: The teams we think could win you £25k this weekend

07 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
4 To Score: The teams we think could win 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.

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Here are our writers’ predictions for each division…


Jack Green‘s pick: Chelsea

The Blues scored have scored twice in all three of their games so far this season, and broke the deadlock relatively early on against Everton last time out.

They should come out firing against Leicester, who conceded in the second minute against Arsenal on opening day and have let in six overall.

Honourable mentions: Arsenal, Bournemouth

Neither Arsenal nor Bournemouth look capable of keeping a clean sheet at this point, so there should be plenty of goals when they meet at the Emirates.

The Gunners took just two minutes to score in their only home game so far and are an obvious choice, but their eight goals conceded in three games means their opponents on Saturday are also a decent option.


Adam Drury‘s pick: Leeds

The first goal in the Championship has been scored by teams that won their previous game, while three of the four winners so far have gone on to win the same match.

Leeds won at Forest last week, and should beat Burton. I’m trusting the data.

Honourable mentions: Sheffield United, Reading

Sheffield United enjoyed victory over Derby in their last game, and should score at Sunderland, who shipped three at Barnsley.

Reading, meanwhile, take on Bristol City at home, and will carry on the form that saw them win at Birmingham a fortnight ago.

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Tom Clee’s pick: Fleetwood

Fleetwood have comfortably won both of their home matches so far this season without conceding a goal.

Welcoming Oldham – who have lost five out of five and fallen behind inside 10 minutes twice in the last three weeks – the Cod Army are more likely than most to get off to a flyer.

Honourable mentions: Plymouth, Oxford

Plymouth haven’t had a great start to the campaign, but can be confident of starting fast against an MK Dons team that have conceded the division’s first goal three times already this season.

Oxford, meanwhile, were the first team to score in League One last week.

At home to lowly Gillingham – who have fallen behind in four of their five matches so far – don’t rule out their chances of repeating the trick.


Will Rook‘s pick: Exeter

The Grecians are the early leaders in League Two, having won four and drawn one of their opening five games.

They travel to Football League novices Forest Green, who are developing a reputation for starting games slowly.

Mark Cooper’s side have conceded the division’s first goal two weeks running, while four of their 15 goals against have come within the opening quarter of an hour.

Honourable mentions: Wycombe, Accrington

Wycombe are the joint-top scorers in the league with 13 goals and have bagged inside the opening seven minutes in three of their last five matches.

Accrington, meanwhile, are yet to draw a blank this season and opened the scoring inside 12 minutes in their first three league games.

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