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Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for Saturday 19 01 19

17 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for Saturday 19 01 19

Our writers predict the first scorer in these 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 rollover jackpot of £250k 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 this weekend.

Bournemouth v West Ham: Michail Antonio {ODDS:367196469:5/1}

Bournemouth have lost six of their last eight Premier League matches, failing to score in five.

West Ham have scored in seven of their last nine, picking up 19 points along the way, and look the much safer choice.

Antonio has scored a couple of goals during that run, and twice broke the deadlock against Bournemouth the season before last.

Tom Clee

Arsenal v Chelsea: Eden Hazard {ODDS:367195470:9/2}

Arsenal have conceded the first goal in five of their 11 home league games this season, while Chelsea have scored first in eight of their 10 away trips.

It’s best, then, to go with a Chelsea player on Saturday, and Hazard is the clear choice.

The Belgian has scored 12 goals in all competitions for the Blues this season, and has found the net in two of his last four league games against Arsenal.

Jack Green

Huddersfield v Manchester City: Leroy Sane {ODDS:366846921:4/1}

This is a mismatch, so there is no choice but to turn to a Manchester City forward.

Sane’s goalscoring has gone slightly under the radar this season, with his goals coming at a quicker rate than Raheem Sterling, David Silva and Riyad Mahrez.

Two of his 10 strikes have been the first of the match, so he is a nice bet to repeat the trick here.

Adam Drury

Fulham v Tottenham: Fernando Llorente {ODDS:366848083:15/4}

Fulham have scored just three goals in their seven matches in all competitions against the top six this season, none of which were the first of the match.

Tottenham have kept six clean sheets in their last nine matches so, unsurprisingly, you’re much safer going with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

With no Harry Kane, who has opened the scoring in three of their last five matches, I’m expecting the deputising Llorente to fill his shoes adequately.

Will Rook

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