The biggest upset of the weekend was Newcastle's win over West Ham. The Magpies were available at an average price of 4.33 (100/30) to beat the Hammers pre-match.

Tottenham were the most backed team of the weekend, with more customers backing Mauricio Pochettino's side to win at Everton than any other.

Though Everton equalised to earn a point, Betway customers who backed Spurs were paid out as winners thanks to our 'First Goal Wins' offer.

One 4 To Score player was still alive heading into Sunday's games after Ciaran Clark and Tammy Abraham scored for Newcastle and Chelsea respectively. They were hugely unfortunate, however, as their remaining selections - Andros Townsend and Harry Kane - were both ruled out through illness.

Tha jackpot rolls over to £250k this week.

Leicester's Caglar Soyuncu was the longest-priced first goalscorer to be backed this weekend. One customer bet on the Turkish centre-half to open the scoring against Crystal Palace at 28/1.

Soyuncu was also responsible for landing the longest winning in-play bet, as one customer waited until after kick-off to back him at 40/1 to score first at Selhurst Park.

How our tips got on

There were mixed results in our Saturday tips.

Only two of our five win/draw/win tips landed, although one of those was Union Berlin's win over Hertha Berlin, which was the longest price of the best bets (9/5).

Our Mythbuster tips fared better, with Eintracht Frankfurt (19/10) and Wolves (21/20) managing to avoid defeat against Bayern and Arsenal, respectively.

The less said about Sunday's tips, the better.

It was a dissapointing day, although strikes from Rouwen Hennings (13/8) and Joaquin Correa (3/1) did bring in some profit for our anytime goalscorer tips.

We'll hold our hands up and go again next week.


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