4 To Score: The four goalscorers that could bag you £150k
Our writers predict the first goalscorer in these four selected Premier League matches for our weekly 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 £150,000 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.
Leicester v Everton: James Maddison
Leicester have won three out of four at the King Power this season and bagged three goals against Huddersfield a fortnight ago.
No player from either side has had more attempts on goal this season than Maddison.
The playmaker has scored three times already this season and could well be first off the mark against an Everton side with just one clean sheet so far.
Manchester United v Newcastle: Marcus Rashford
This is difficult, as neither side are particularly good in attack.
Rashford is currently Manchester United’s most in-form forward. He netted as substitute against West Ham last weekend and hit the frame of the goal with a fine free-kick against Valencia in midweek.
He also scored twice for England in the last international break, meaning he has three goals in his last five matches for club and country.
Fulham v Arsenal: Aleksandar Mitrovic
Arsenal have kept clean sheets against Watford and Everton in their last two league games, but they did not convince on either occasion.
The Gunners allowed 24 shots in total across those two games while taking just 18, and they would surely have conceded against more ruthless opponents.
With five goals in his last six league appearances, Mitrovic is in the kind of form to make Arsenal pay.
Liverpool v Manchester City: Mohamed Salah
Salah is shooting, dribbling and producing key passes more frequently than last season, so expect the goals to soon follow.
The Egyptian King scored three goals in four appearances against Manchester City last season – including two in two at Anfield – and has scored in all three of Liverpool’s home league matches this term.
Given that there were 18 goals in four matches between these two last season, it is reasonable to expect plenty of chances to fall Salah’s way.
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