4 To Score: Four goalscorers who could win you £25k
With the Bundesliga set to continue 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.
Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt: Robert Lewandowski
There is really only one choice you can make here, and that’s Bundesliga top scorer Robert Lewandowski.
The Bayern striker has scored 26 goals this season to lead the Golden Boot race by five, and scored the opener in a 2-0 win over Union Berlin last weekend.
The league leaders have scored first in four of their last five in the league at home, while Frankfurt have conceded first in four of their last five on the road.
Schalke v Augsburg: Florian Niederlechner
Neither of these teams were particularly inspiring last week, but Niederlechner seems the safest choice from either team.
The striker has scored 11 goals this season, four of which were the first of the match.
Schalke were dreadful at Dortmund last week, and none of their players have scored more than seven goals this season.
Mainz v Leipzig: Timo Werner
Leipzig were disappointing in a 1-1 draw with Freiburg last weekend but now face a Mainz defence that has conceded the second-most goals in the Bundesliga this season.
The visitors look the side to focus on here, then, and Werner – the league’s second-highest scorer – is the clear choice.
He has an incredible record against Mainz, scoring 10 goals in his last seven games against them including a hat-trick when Leipzig won the reverse fixture 8-0 in November.
Cologne v Dusseldorf: Mark Uth
Uth scored the second-earliest goal of the round last weekend, netting a sixth-minute penalty against Mainz.
While that was only his fifth goal of the season, they have all come in his last seven appearances for Cologne.
Dusseldorf’s goalless draw at bottom-of-the-league Paderborn last weekend, meanwhile, would suggest there’s little point picking an visiting player.
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