4 To Score: The four goalscorers that could bag you £25k
These players are most likely to score first and win you cash in our free-to-play World Cup prediction game.
4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play prediction game, where you can win £25,000 by simply guessing the first player to score in these four selected World Cup matches.
Here are Adam Drury's picks to get you started...
GERMANY v MEXICO
Ozil’s goalscoring record for Germany is considerably better than at club level.
The 29-year-old has scored two goals in his last six internationals, both of which broke the deadlock, and has scored in each of his four previous major tournaments.
With Thomas Muller out of form, the onus is on Ozil to provide support for Timo Werner in attack.
BRAZIL v SWITZERLAND
Most 4 To Score players are sure to side with Neymar or Gabriel Jesus, so separate yourself from the pack by backing Coutinho.
The Barcelona midfielder is in electric form, with last week’s goal against Austria following a run of seven goals in six matches at the end of the domestic season.
Three of those goals were the game’s first, and he can repeat the trick from the central position he is likely to be granted against Switzerland.
BELGIUM v PANAMA
Lukaku’s form means that it isn’t worth thinking outside the box with this selection.
The forward has scored 13 goals in his last nine internationals – including three braces in his last six – to pull clear as Belgium’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Panama are one of the weakest teams in the competition – they have only managed a clean sheet against Trinidad and Tobago and Northern Ireland in their last seven – and Lukaku is bound to take advantage.
TUNISIA v ENGLAND
Kane has the perfect opportunity to start his World Cup well and dispel any question marks over his ability to perform at major tournaments.
England’s skipper has scored eight times in his last seven internationals, accounting for over 50 per cent of the team’s goals in those matches.
Since Gareth Southgate became manager, Jamie Vardy is the next-most prolific player with three.
With Tunisia bound to sit deep, it could be a long-distance strike that does the business for the Three Lions.
Kane is the likeliest to deliver.
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