4 To Score: Four Boxing Day scorers that could win you £225k
Our writers predict the first scorer in these Boxing Day Premier League matches for our free-to-play football predictions game.
4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play football predictions game, where you can win a jackpot of £225k by correctly predicting the first player to score in our four selected matches.
To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the Premier League on Boxing Day.
Leicester v Man City: Raheem Sterling
Sterling has scored in five of his last six Premier League appearances against non-Big Six sides, including an early goal at West Ham last month.
Bar strikers Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus, the England forward ranks top for xG per minute of Manchester City regulars, and is second to the former for shots per game.
He should start this match, having been rested for three of City’s last six games, so is a safe bet.
Burnley v Everton: Richarlison
Everton scored the opening goal in their away games against Wolves, Bournemouth and Leicester and should do the same at Turf Moor.
Richarlison has netted 11 times for club and country this season, opening the scoring on five separate occasions.
The Brazilian has averaged 2.4 shots per game this season – the equal-most in the Everton side – so will definitely get chances against the third-worst defence in the league.
Brighton v Arsenal: Glenn Murray
Arsenal have made a habit of falling behind in matches this season, so it’s well worth plumping for a Brighton player here.
Murray has scored in six of Brighton’s eight league matches at the Amex, getting the first goal in five of them.
Having scored the winner in this fixture last season, the Seagulls top scorer looks a savvy pick.
Watford v Chelsea: Pedro
Despite winning just one of them, Chelsea have scored the first goal in all of their last three away matches.
And having scored the opener in the Blues’ last away game at Brighton, Pedro looks a good bet to do the damage here.
The Spaniard ranks 0.03 of a goal less than Eden Hazard in terms of xG per 90 minutes for Chelsea this season, and scored first against Watford at Stamford Bridge last season.
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