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Play 4 To Score, Betway’s free-to-play football prediction game (4)

26 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Play 4 To Score, Betway’s free-to-play football prediction game (4)

For our free-to-play prediction game, our writers predict which sides will score first in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two.

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: Newcastle

Newcastle are five-time 4 To Score winners this season – the most of any side in the Premier League – and three of those early goals have come in the last seven qualifying weeks.

They should score early and often against rock-bottom West Brom, who have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 league matches.

Honourable mention: Crystal Palace

Palace have won 4 To Score twice in the past four qualifying weeks, and have found the net four times inside 15 minutes in their last three home matches.

They’re a solid choice against Leicester, who were 2-0 down after nine minutes in their last away game against Burnley.

Jack Green


Top pick: Wolves

Champions Wolves have scored inside the first 40 minutes in nine of their last 10 games, and in the first 21 minutes of their last three.

They take on Sheffield Wednesday, who have kept one clean sheet in their last eight away from home.

Honourable mentions: Burton, QPR

Burton have scored inside the first 25 minutes in two of their last three home games, and should carry over some momentum from their dramatic victory at Sunderland last weekend when they host Bolton.

QPR have led inside 15 minutes of their last two home matches, while visitors Birmingham have trailed in the first 21 minutes of their last two on the road.

Adam Drury


Top pick: Doncaster

Oldham fell behind after 10 minutes last Saturday and just five minutes in midweek.

They’ve now conceded three more goals during the first 10 minutes of matches this season than any other side in the division, so are a solid shout to do so again against Doncaster.

Honourable mentions: Southend, Portsmouth

It was Southend who got that fifth-minute goal against Oldham on Tuesday, meaning they’ve now scored three more than any other side during the same period of matches.

Portsmouth are also a decent option given they host already-relegated Bury, who conceded the division’s earliest goal the week before last and have fallen behind after two and 13 minutes in their two matches since.

Tom Clee


Top pick: Exeter

Exeter have taken the lead in two of their last three games and scored six goals in the opening 10 minutes of matches this season.

The Grecians go to Stevenage, who have nothing to play for and have shipped six goals in the first 10 minutes of their games this term – the second-most in League Two.

Honourable mentions: Luton, Wycombe

Second-placed Luton are the top scorers in the league with 91 goals and have scored four or more on 10 occasions in all competitions.

Promotion hopefuls Wycombe travel to already-relegated Chesterfield, who have conceded six goals in their last two games and gone behind in each of their last six.

Will Rook