4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play football predictions game, where you can win a jackpot of £125,000 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 Wednesday.

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Everton v Newcastle: Theo Walcott

Everton have won their last four league games at Goodison Park, only conceding once, so you should definitely choose a home player here.

If you want to avoid the more obvious candidates, then Walcott is a decent option.

Both of his goals so far this season have been the first of the game, while he’s also scored more against Newcastle than any other club, including the only goal in this fixture last season.

Tom Clee

Fulham v Leicester: James Maddison

Fulham haven’t scored the opening goal in a game since their 4-2 defeat away to Cardiff on 20 October, so it makes sense to look at the visitors in this one.

Maddison came back from suspension to score a wonderful volley at home to Watford last weekend, which was his fourth goal of the season.

The 22-year-old has recorded 25 shots so far this season – the second-most of any Leicester player – and will definitely get opportunities against the league’s leakiest defence.

Will Rook

Wolves v Chelsea: Pedro

Wolves have now gone six games without a win, finding themselves 2-0 behind in all of their last three games at Molineux.

All but four of the 17 goals they’ve conceded this season have been scored by midfielders, which feels significant.

Three of Pedro’s five goals this season have been the first of the game, including one after just four minutes against Fulham on Sunday.

Tom Clee

Man Utd v Arsenal: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

The form of these two sides means you should definitely back an Arsenal player to score first here.

Look no further than Aubameyang. He’s a (marginally) longer price than Alexandre Lacazette and is in fine form, having netted three times in his last two games.

He was also on penalty duty against Tottenham at the weekend, which increases his chances even further.

Tom Bowles

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