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 four-time 4TS winners in the Premier League this season – the most of any side.

The Magpies broke the deadlock after just two minutes last time out, and now play a Huddersfield side who conceded the first goal of the last 4TS gameweek against Crystal Palace.

Honourable mention: Brighton

Lewis Dunk’s seventh-minute goal against Arsenal at the Amex Stadium was the fourth time in as many home games that Brighton have scored inside 20 minutes.

They face a Leicester team that have conceded first in four successive matches, and in each of their last three on the road.

Jack Green


Top pick: Cardiff

Cardiff have scored inside the first 35 minutes in four of their last five home matches, including in the 12th minute in their last one.

Burton have trailed inside half an hour in their last two away games.

Honourable mention: Norwich, Fulham

These two play each other in a game that promises goals.

Norwich’s last three matches have finished 4-3, 1-1 and 3-2, while Fulham have scored at least twice in their last five. Either could score early.

Adam Drury



Top pick: Southend

Southend lived up to their billing as an honourable mention last weekend by scoring the second-fastest goal in the division after seven minutes at home to Rotherham.

They can go one better this time out away to Plymouth, who denied them the honour after conceding just three minutes in against Charlton last time out.

Honourable mentions: Scunthorpe, Wigan

Oxford fell behind with just five minutes on the clock in their televised game against Portsmouth on Sunday.

They look susceptible to do the same at home to Scunthorpe, who have scored the joint-most goals away from during the first 10 minutes of matches this season.

Wigan are also a solid shout at home to Oldham, who have conceded the joint-most on their travels during the same period.

Tom Clee


Top pick: Stevenage

Stevenage have scored twice within the opening 14 minutes of their last three matches and travel to out-of-form Grimsby.

The Mariners’ 18-match winless run is the longest in the Football League, while they have conceded the earliest goal of the day in two of the last four weekends.

Honourable mentions: Yeovil, Crewe

Yeovil host slow starters Forest Green, who have shipped eight goals in the opening 10 minutes of games and gone behind in 27 of their 39 matches – the most of any League Two side.

No side in the division have scored more in the last six matches than Crewe (13). Don’t be surprise if they take an early lead against bottom-of-the-league Barnet, who have won just one in nine.

Will Rook

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