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

You can win our rollover jackpot of £125,000 by simply guessing the first player to score in these four selected matches, with another £25,000 added every round the prize goes unclaimed.

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


Takashi Inui –

Poland have already been eliminated after conceding five goals in two games, so backing Japan’s in-form attacker is your best bet.

Inui’s performances have been a huge factor in Japan’s surprisingly good performances in Russia.

He netted his side’s first goal against Colombia on Sunday, and broke the deadlock in their last World Cup warm-up game against Paraguay earlier this month.


Radamel Falcao –

Falcao’s goal against Poland on Sunday was one of the most enjoyable moments of the World Cup so far, and you’d fancy him to net again against Senegal.

With midfield creators James Rodriguez and Juan Quintero in such good form, there are likely to be chances for the striker who has four goals in his last eight internationals.

He is likely to be on penalty duty, too, which gives him an edge in a tournament that is being dominated by them.



Harry Kane –

Kane has reportedly won his battle with Gareth Southgate to start this game, which proves both how motivated England are to win this match and how determined the striker is to stay top of the Golden Boot standings.

And if Belgium approach this match with as lax an attitude as is being suggested – Roberto Martinez says he will make “major changes” – the Three Lions captain has every chance of doing just that.

Kane has scored 13 of England’s last 21 goals when he has been on the pitch, and has opened the scoring in five of his last eight internationals.

He is the logical choice.


Ferjani Sassi –

There have been 22 penalties in 40 matches in Russia, so, if in doubt, keep faith with the spot-kick takers.

That is especially true for games featuring Panama, whose heavy-handed attempts to defend corners resulted in them conceding two penalties to England on Sunday.

Sassi took his chance from 12 yards nicely in Tunisia’s opener against the Three Lions and is likely to do the same if presented with the same opportunity on Thursday.

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