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Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for weekend 23 24 03 19

21 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for weekend 23 24 03 19

Our writers predict the first scorer in these Euro 2020 qualifiers for our free-to-play football predictions game.

4 To Score is Betway’s free-to-play football predictions game, where you can win a jackpot of £175k by correctly predicting the first player to score in our four selected matches.

To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the Euro 2020 qualifiers this weekend.

Spain v Norway: Saul Niguez {ODDS:394769077:12/1}

Spain have scored at least two goals in five of their last six matches, so they are the team to side with here.

Saul has bagged three goals in his last nine appearances for Atletico Madrid and is almost certain to start on Saturday night.

The midfielder has started in all four of Spain’s competitive matches since the World Cup, finding the net twice in the process.

Jack Green

Italy v Finland: Giorgio Chiellini {ODDS:394292301:28/1}

Italy have drawn four of their last seven matches, while the other three have been separated by just one goal and I see this one being a similarly tight affair.

Finland have lost three of their last four away games without scoring, so it makes sense to go with the home side to score first.

The Azzurri had to wait until stoppage time to find the net in two of their last three games against Poland and USA and, should this follow a similar path, a set-piece will be their best shot.

Will Rook

Wales v Slovakia: Albert Rusnak {ODDS:394767105:10/1}

Wales took 92 minutes to find the net against Trinidad & Tobago on Wednesday, and will be without a number of attacking options against Slovakia.

Ryan Giggs’ side had conceded the first goal in four of their five games before that, so it could defintiely pay to pick a visiting player.

Rusnak has three goals in his last four international starts, the most recent of which came six minutes in to a 4-1 win over Ukraine.

Tom Clee

Netherlands v Germany: Memphis Depay {ODDS:394699753:11/2}

Depay has only scored one goal for Lyon since the middle of November, but that luck can change now he’s back on international duty.

The former Manchester United forward has scored six goals in his last four home internationals, including one against Germany last October.

Having netted inside a minute against Belarus on Thursday, he’s a tempting pick. 

Tom Clee

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