4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play football predictions game, where you can win a rollover jackpot of £200,000 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.


West Ham v Tottenham: Issa Diop

West Ham have scored the first goal in eight of their last 10 league meetings with Tottenham, and took just five minutes to find the net at home to Manchester United last time out.

Five of the seven goals Spurs have already conceded in the Premier League this season have been headers, and that weakness will only be exacerbated by the extended absence of Jan Vertonghen.

With that in mind, Issa Diop – who, at 6ft 4in is the Hammers’ biggest threat at set pieces – is well worth a punt.

Tom Clee

Wolves v Watford: Raul Jimenez

It is sensible to back Wolves, given they have only conceded to Manchester United since August.

Watford will be without three of the back four that started the first six games of the season, so look no further than backing Jimenez to take advantage of any uncertainty in the backline.

The Mexican has scored in two of his four appearances at Molineux this season, and ranks 10th for attempts on goal per Premier League game.

Adam Drury

Everton v Crystal Palace: Patrick van Aanholt

Everton have kept just one clean sheet in their six matches in all competitions at Goodison Park and have gone behind in three of their last four.

Crystal Palace have taken the lead in four away games out of six and haven’t failed to bag in any of them, so it’s best to look their way.

an Aanholt has two goals in two on the road and he could be a crucial point of difference to ensure you bag the jackpot all to yourself.

Will Rook

Arsenal v Leicester: Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal have opened the scoring in eight successive matches in all competitions, so they’re the team to back at home on Monday night.

Lacazette scored just two minutes his Premier League debut when these sides met on the opening day of last season, and he looks a good choice to break the deadlock similarly early this time around.

The Frenchman has bagged five goals in his last seven Arsenal appearances, including twice against Fulham last time out, one of which was the opener.

Jack Green

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