4 To Score: The four goalscorers that could bag you £25k
Our writers predict who will score first in Huddersfield v Chelsea, Wolves v Everton, Liverpool v West Ham and Arsenal v Man City for our free-to-play game.
4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play weekly prediction game, where you can win £25,000 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 this weekend.
HUDDERSFIELD V CHELSEA: Pedro
Huddersfield failed to score in three of their home matches against top-six opposition last season, so attentions naturally turn to Chelsea’s forwards here.
And, after he scored in this fixture last season, Pedro is my pick.
The Spaniard has netted twice in pre-season, and is a sure starter with Willian and Eden Hazard having only just returned from their holidays.
WOLVES V EVERTON: Diogo Jota
Wolves were fast starters last season, opening the scoring in 19 of their 23 matches at Molineux.
Everton, in comparison, managed just six opening goals in their 19 away games, so I’m backing the Premier League new boys to get themselves ahead.
Diogo Jota was their top scorer last term with 18 and has bagged a couple in pre-season as well, so he looks the best bet to net the opener.
LIVERPOOL V WEST HAM: Sadio Mane
Liverpool have always tended to start the season fast under Jurgen Klopp, racking up a total of seven goals across the two opening weekends in which he’s been in charge.
The same goes for Sadio Mane, who scored on both of those occasions and also managed to find the net in Liverpool’s first three league games last year.
He got the Reds’ most recent competitive goal in the Champions League final and, having looked lively during pre-season, is a solid shout to open the scoring on Sunday.
ARSENAL V MANCHESTER CITY: Sergio Aguero
The obvious pick is Aguero, who started his season by scoring twice against Chelsea in last weekend’s Community Shield.
The striker has a fine record against Arsenal, too, with his goal in last season’s EFL Cup final making it eight goals in 12 games against the north London club.
Visit Betway's football betting page.