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Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for Saturday 23 02 19

21 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Betway writers’ 4 to score picks for Saturday 23 02 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 jackpot of £75k 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 Wolves: Josh King {ODDS:381124454:5/1}

Bournemouth have won three of their last four Premier League home games to nil, scoring eight goals in the process, and drew the one exception 3-3.

King has scored three goals in their two most recent matches at the Vitality, including the first of the match against Chelsea last time out.

With Callum Wilson and David Brooks both out injured, he is definitely the Cherries’ biggest threat.

Tom Clee

Leicester v Crystal Palace: Harvey Barnes {ODDS:381125455:8/1}

Barnes missed several good chances in Leicester’s defeat at Tottenham last time out, but back him to put that right here.

The midfielder scored nine goals in his loan spell at West Brom in the first half of this season, and has started all of the Foxes’ last three matches.

Palace have conceded at least twice in four of their last six league away games, so may struggle to keep things tight.

Adam Drury

Arsenal v Southampton: Alexandre Lacazette {ODDS:381127542:7/2}

Arsenal have scored the first goal in six successive home league games, so it’s best to play it safe here.

Lacazette missed Arsenal’s Europa League game against BATE in midweek, so he will surely start at home to Southampton this weekend.

The Frenchman has scored in four of his last six Premier League appearances, including in each of his last three home starts.

Jack Green

Manchester United v Liverpool: Paul Pogba {ODDS:381126406:11/2}

Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their eight games in all competitions against the top six and most recently  conceded the opener against Arsenal and Manchester City in the last two months.

Pogba is a man in form, having scored nine goals in his 12 appearances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, including in each of his four league appearances at Old Trafford.

The Frenchman has the fourth-best shots-per-game ratio of anyone to have played over 20 games in the Premier League, averaging 3.4, and is also on penalty duty.

Will Rook

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