4 To Score: The four goalscorers that could bag you £25k
After the jackpot was won last week, 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 £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 West Ham: Marko Arnautovic
Huddersfield secured a vital win against Fulham on Monday night, but West Ham’s 4-2 win against Burnley suggests that they will pose quite a different challenge.
Arnautovic was on fire in that game, getting himself into several opportunities to add to his 10th-minute opener.
The Austrian ranks fifth for shots per Premier League game this season, with that rank rising to third for shots inside the penalty area.
Crystal Palace v Tottenham: Erik Lamela
Spurs have scored the first goal in nine of their 11 league matches so far this season, so there’s no need to get too creative here.
Lamela starts every other game, so he has a good chance of being recalled this weekend after being named as a sub against PSV in midweek.
The Argentine has scored six goals in all competitions this season, and he opened the scoring in both of Tottenham’s last two away matches in the Premier League.
Chelsea v Everton: Alvaro Morata
Chelsea have won four and drawn two of their six home games in the league this season, scoring first in all but one.
Everton also have a woeful record at Stamford Bridge, failing to win any of their last 28 visits there, so it’s best to stick with the hosts.
Morata scored a brace in the Blues’ previous home game, taking his tally to four in four in the Premier League, and also bagged in this fixture last season.
Manchester City v Manchester United: Raheem Sterling
Manchester City have conceded just one league goal in seven matches and have only once failed to score first this season.
United have gone behind against West Ham, Chelsea and Bournemouth in each of their last three away games in the Premier League, so it’s worth going with City here.
Sterling scored twice at home to Southampton on Sunday, bringing his total to six goals this season, and has had the second-most shots per game of any Manchester City player.
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