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...


Thomas Muller –

Muller is a tentative pick, given the primary basis for selecting him is that he’s the only member of Joachim Low’s attack who is sure to start.

He does have tremendous World Cup pedigree, though – after backing up the 2010 Golden Boot with five goals in 2014 – so is a good bet to be the player who drags his side out of this mini-crisis.

Sweden’s Andreas Granqvist could also be worth considering, after he tucked away a penalty against South Korea nicely, but his side are unlikely to attack enough for that to be a viable option.


Jesse Lingard –

Lingard is a good finisher, so is perfectly capable of rectifying the misses that nearly cost England victory over Tunisia in this game.

The Manchester United midfielder spurned the first chance of the Three Lions’ fast start in their opener, and could well be presented with another against a Panama side that looked terrified of any pace against Belgium.

With most people likely to side with Harry Kane, Lingard – who has a penchant for scoring in big matches – is the obvious differential.



M’Baye Niang –

Japan were hardly convincing in their 2-1 victory over 10-man Colombia, so selecting a Senegal attacker – after their good win against Poland – is the logical move.

M’Baye Niang was at the centre of that victory, scoring the second goal to seal the three points, and is the man to back to break the deadlock on Sunday.

The Torino forward has little international experience to speak of, having only been capped nine times, but impressed more than Sadio Mane and Mame Biram Diouf in that opener with his industry and quality in the final third.


Juan Quintero –

On the evidence of the opening games, Colombia’s forwards could enjoy themselves against Poland, who were tepid in defeat to Senegal.

That goes particularly for Quintero, whose excellent free-kick completed an impressive 10-man rally in their first game against Japan.

He has scored two of his side’s last four goals, while Poland have now conceded twice in three of their last four games.

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