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: Scunthorpe

Nobody has scored more goals inside the opening 10 minutes of matches this season than Scunthorpe.

They took the lead on eight minutes at home to promotion-chasing Shrewsbury last time out, and can make another fast start when they welcome struggling Rochdale on Saturday.


Dale trailed after just seven minutes last weekend and, on average, have conceded earlier than any other team in the division when playing away from home this season.

Honourable mentions: Southend, Rotherham

Southend have been the most dominant home side during the first 10 minutes of matches this season, scoring six and conceding just once.

Rotherham, meanwhile, boast the best record on the road, having scored five without reply during the same period.

Early goals look a guarantee when the two teams meet on Saturday – all you have to do is decide which of them is more likely to break the deadlock.

Tom Clee


Top pick: Coventry

Coventry have taken the lead after three and five minutes respectively in their last two matches.

Mark Robins’ side host Grimsby, who are without a win in 17 and have conceded the 4 To Score-winning goal on two of the last three weekends

Honourable mentions: Carlisle, Port Vale

Carlisle have scored first in five of their last six matches at Brunton Park, while Cambridge have conceded the opener in each of their last five away from home.

Port Vale have scored League Two’s first goal on three of the last nine weekends and can do so again against a Wycombe side that has conceded 17 in their seven home games.

Will Rook



Top pick: AFC Fylde

AFC Fylde have scored 13 goals in their last three games, including in the second minute of their last match but one against Aldershot.

They go to Dagenham & Redbridge, who have conceded 16 goals in their last six home matches, including inside the first 12 minutes in three of them.

Honourable mention: Wrexham, Sutton United

Wrexham have scored inside the first 21 minutes in five of their last six home matches, while Maidstone have conceded in the first half in their last six away games.

Sutton have scored in the first half in their last three at home. They take on Chester, who have conceded in four of their last five on the road.

Adam Drury


Top pick: Harrogate Town

Harrogate are the National League North’s highest scorers with 82 goals in 33 games this season, and they’ve bagged 10 in their last two home matches.

Simon Weaver’s side have taken the league in seven successive games, scoring inside 20 minutes in three of their last four.

They should score early and often against a Gainsborough side that have lost eight consecutive away games.

Honourable mentions: Blyth Spartans,

Blyth are the division’s second-highest scorers, and now face rock-bottom North Ferriby, who have let in 89 goals in just 35 matches.

Southport have scored exactly three goals in five consecutive games, and are a solid pick against an Alfreton Town side that have conceded inside 15 minutes in their last two matches.

Jack Green