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

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West Ham v Burnley: Marko Arnautovic

Burnley have only scored away goals against Cardiff and Fulham, so there’s no point backing one of their players to open the scoring.

West Ham have bagged 11 in their last three matches in all competitions at home and Arnautovic, having recovered from a bout of illness last weekend, is their biggest threat.

The Austrian is the Hammers’ top scorer with four goals and has the seventh-best shots-per-game ratio in the Premier League.

Will Rook

Arsenal v Liverpool: Roberto Firmino

Arsenal have conceded the first goal in half of their Premier League matches this season, whereas Liverpool have only fallen behind once, at Stamford Bridge.

The visitors are also unbeaten in five games against the Gunners under Jurgen Klopp, scoring 17 goals.

Roberto Firmino has bagged five of those, three of which also happened to be the first goal of the game.

Tom Clee

Chelsea v Crystal Palace: Ross Barkley

Chelsea have scored first in eight of their 10 matches so far, so there’s no need to overthink this one.

Barkley has scored three goals in his last four appearances for the Blues, one of which came in the 4-0 win over Burnley last weekend.

The England international has a good chance of starting against Palace, having done so in two of Chelsea’s last three Premier League matches, so he’s worth a shot.

Jack Green

Huddersfield v Fulham: Aaron Mooy

Fulham have conceded 19 goals in their last six league matches, shipping 15 in their five away games.

So despite their winless start to the season, I’m siding with a Huddersfield player to take advantage of their visitors’ woeful defence by scoring first.

Aaron Mooy has taken more shots per game than any Terrier bar defender Jon Gorenc Stankovic and takes his side’s free-kicks and penalties.

Adam Drury

Roberto Firmino to score first against Arsenal
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