4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play prediction game, where you can win £25,000 by simply guessing the first team to score in the top four divisions across Saturday's three o'clock kick-offs.



Top pick: Brighton

Brighton broke the deadlock after just six minutes against Arsenal last weekend, and have now scored inside the first 20 minutes in five of their last six matches.

The Seagulls have taken the lead in four successive home games, and are a solid pick to score early on against an Everton side that have let in eight goals in the first 20 minutes of games this season.

Honourable mention: Leicester

Leicester are three-time 4TS winners this season and have scored 10 goals inside the first 20 minutes of games – the third-most of any side.

They take on a West Brom side that have lost six in a row in all competitions, conceding first in five of those.

Jack Green


Top pick: Leeds

Reading have conceded the 4TS-winning goal three times this season, and that could become four against Leeds.

The Royals have let in 10 in their last five games, including in the first 15 minutes in two of their last three.

Honourable mentions: Cardiff, Fulham

Birmingham conceded the 4TS-winning goal last weekend and could go back-to-back against Cardiff, who have scored in the first half in three of their last four home matches.

Fulham are the safe bet, having scored 22 goals in their last nine games, including in the first half in their last four.

Adam Drury



Top pick: Bury

Bury have lost just one of their last seven matches, and scored the division’s earliest goal the last time they played at home.

They welcome an Oldham side who still hold the record for the most goals conceded in the first 10 minutes of matches, the majority of which have come away from home.

Honourable mentions: Blackburn, Gillingham

Blackburn were 2-0 up after 17 minutes when they hosted Wigan last Sunday – the fourth time in their last seven home games that they’ve taken the lead inside the opening quarter of an hour.

Gillingham have scored five goals before the 20-minute mark in their last seven away games, while Portsmouth have conceded the 4 To Score-winning goal in League One twice since February.

Tom Clee


Top pick: Port Vale

Port Vale scored the 4TS-winning goal against Swindon in their last away game and are a good choice to repeat the trick.

Neil Aspin’s side travel to Grimsby, who are without a win in 15 and have conceded the opening goal in 20 of their 35 league games this season – the second-most in League Two.

Honourable mentions: Coventry, Cambridge

Coventry host bottom-of-the-league Barnet, who have gone behind in 13 of their 18 away games this season – more than any other side in the division.

Cambridge travel to Wycombe, who this season concede the first goal of the game after 23 minutes on average – earlier than any other side in League Two.

Will Rook