4 To Score is Betway's free-to-play prediction game running throughout the World Cup. 

You can win our enormous rollover jackpot of £200,000 by simply guessing the first player to score in these four selected matches.

Here are Adam Drury's picks to get you started...


Antoine Griezmann –

Having successfully tipped him in the last 16, Griezmann feels a safe pick once again.

The Atletico Madrid forward’s penalty against Argentina on Saturday was his sixth goal in five knockout matches, two of which were the first goal of the game.

Uruguay’s goal threat will be minimised, with the injured Edinson Cavani likely to start as a substitute at best.


Eden Hazard –

After their stirring comeback against Japan on Monday, Belgium should start fast here.

So, with the nagging sense that a top-class attack could expose Brazil’s defence, it is well worth siding with one of Roberto Martinez’s attackers.

Eden Hazard is the best choice. He is a sure starter, has been involved in much of his side’s best play, and, crucially, is also the penalty-taker.



Harry Kane –

This is bound to be a tight match, but Kane is the man who has turned nail-biters in England’s favour so far in this tournament.

After opening the scoring against Colombia, the skipper has netted a phenomenal 14 of the Three Lions’ last 22 goals when he has been on the pitch, including at least one in all of his last six starts.

Expect him to go one step closer to the Golden Boot on Saturday.


Dejan Lovren –

The only player involved in this match to have scored more than twice in this tournament, Denis Cheryshev, was a substitute in the last 16, so there is value in making more of a unique selection.

Lovren could be a nice differential given Russia’s struggles defending set-pieces.

Three of the five goals that the hosts have conceded have come from free-kicks and corners, with Luka Modric’s delivery only likely to accentuate that weakness.

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