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Betway writers’ 4 To Score picks for Saturday 06 06 20

04 Jun | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Betway writers’ 4 To Score picks for Saturday 06 06 20

With the Bundesliga continuing this weekend, our writers predict the first scorer in these four matches 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 £25k 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 four selected Bundesliga matches this weekend.

Borussia Dortmund v Hertha Berlin: Thorgan Hazard {ODDS:568695371:17/4}

Hertha have been in excellent form, but it is still advisable to select a Dortmund player to do the business here.

Hazard has scored twice in four games since the Bundesliga restart, including the opener against Paderborn last week.

Of his eight goals for club and country this season, four have been the first of the game.

Adam Drury

Werder Bremen v Wolfsburg: Wout Weghorst {ODDS:568696301:7/2}

Werder have conceded first in four of their last five home games, while Wolfsburg have opened the scoring in four of their last five on the road, so picking an away player is the sensible move here.

Weghorst has failed to get on the scoresheet since the restart, but looks due a goal. Wolfsburg’s top scorer has 11 in the Bundesliga this season, with four of those being the opener.

He ranks comfortably top for shots per game in the Wolfsburg squad, and sits only behind Robert Lewandowski and Timo Werner for xG in the division.

Guy Giles

Union Berlin v Schalke: No goalscorer {ODDS:566810067:15/2}

Both of these sides have been in stinking form since the restart, picking up one point between them in eight matches.

Schalke have only scored one goal in that period of time, while Union Berlin have managed two.

With no obvious first goalscorer, you’re better off plumping for a snoozefest.

Will Rook

Augsburg v Cologne: Jhon Cordoba {ODDS:568698168:19/4}

Augsburg are without a goal in two matches so it makes sense to opt for a Cologne player here.

Cordoba is the clear choice, having scored in two of his last three appearances.

The Colombian striker is Cologne’s leading scorer this season with 12 Bundesliga goals and opened the scoring after just seven minutes last time out against Leipzig.

Jack Green

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