Two customers shared the £100,000 jackpot this weekend after winning 4 To Score, our weekly prediction game.

West Ham fan Steven Harrison and another customer who declined publicity each scooped £50,000 after predicting the first goalscorer in four Premier League matches.

Jamie Vardy's goal for Leicester against Manchester City secured the prize after Southampton's Danny Ings, Norwich's Todd Cantwell and Burnley's Jay Rodriguez had previously opened the scoring in their respective matches.

Rodriguez's goal came with just one minute of normal time remaining at the Vitality Stadium and was the game's only shot on target.

Factory worker Steven's win comes just a week before he is due to take early retirement on 27 December. Remarkably, he was playing 4 To Score for the very first time. 

"I saw the advert on Facebook on Friday, the day before I won," he said. "I opened a Betway account and placed my picks.

"I saw the first two scorers come in and knew I was halfway there. I hadn't even seen that Rodriguez had come on as a substitute, but then saw that he'd scored a last-minute goal.

"I told the wife and we stopped what were doing and sat down nervously to watch Manchester City v Leicester."

Steven gave plenty of thought to his picks, but feared for his chances as Leicester were under pressure at the Etihad.

"I just knew if Leicester could get the first goal it would have to be Vardy and I wanted to take that chance," he said.

"But Man City were all over them and I turned to the wife and said this isn’t going to be our day!

"All of a sudden Leicester went on the counter attack. We sat in the living room in stunned silence.

"We just couldn’t believe it. I did wonder how many other people were waiting on Vardy, so £50,000 is an unbelievable win.

"It'll certainly help with my early retirement."

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