4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play football predictions game, where you can win a jackpot of £175,000 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 on Saturday.


Tottenham v Burnley: Dele Alli

With most punters likely to opt for Harry Kane, this is a nice alternative.

Alli has scored in two of his last three Premier League starts, including the opener in his last home start against Chelsea, and ranks second to Kane for xG per minute of Spurs’ regular starters.

Burnley have failed to score in three of their last four away games, so don’t expect much from them at the other end.

Adam Drury

Fulham v West Ham: Felipe Anderson

Fulham have the leakiest defence in the Premier League and have conceded the opening goal in nine of their last 11 matches in all competitions, so you’re best off going with a Hammer here.

Anderson is a man in form, having netted five goals in his last six appearances for West Ham.

He scored a beautiful curling effort against Crystal Palace last weekend and it won’t take anywhere near as much brilliance to unlock the Cottagers’ defence.

Will Rook

Southampton v Arsenal: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal are still yet to lead at half time in a Premier League game this season, but they’ve scored first in five of their seven away matches so far, so it’s worth sticking with them here.

Aubameyang is the clear choice, having scored three goals in his last four Premier League games, and 10 in total this season.

With Alexandre Lacazette unlikely to start after being taken off at half-time against Huddersfield last weekend, Aubameyang should face little competition for goals from his team-mates at St Mary’s.

Jack Green

Liverpool v Manchester United: No goalscorer

Mo Salah is the obvious – and probably correct – choice to score first, so consider this a narrative-based alternative.

The last two meetings between these two sides at Anfield have finished 0-0, while Liverpool have been restricted to scoring just one goal in their last two home matches.

Manchester United have been terrible in defence this season, but I don’t think it’s beyond Jose Mourinho – dressed in a hoody and tracksuit bottoms, rocking four-day stubble – to play with six defenders, camp 10 men inside their own half and eke out an ugly goalless draw to keep the Reds off top spot.

Tom Bowles