Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four FA Cup Goalscorers
It's been an eventful week and a half since the launch of Project Restart from Man City scoring eight goals in their first two games to Brighton beating Arsenal 2-1. There's nothing like having the football back and after two hectic gameweeks it's time to switch our focus onto the oldest knockout tournament in world football in the FA Cup. Four games are on show this weekend with eight teams looking to secure their spot in the Semi-Finals and with these games that means that Betway's 4 To Score is back with an eye watering £100,000 jackpot. Fancy a chance at winning that payout yourself? It's dead simple just pick the first goalscorer from their four selected matches and if you're correct, you win. And the best part is it's completely FREE to enter!
Here at ODDSbible we have previewed the selected 4 to Score games to help and give you insight into who to select for this week's game ahead of the 5:30pm deadline on Saturday.
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- betway (@betway) June 22, 2020
Norwich vs. Man United - Saturday 5:30pm
Norwich have had quite the journey so far to the FA Cup Quarter-Finals, an Adam Idah hat-trick in the Third Round against Preston helped them book a Fourth Round tie against fellow Premier League side Burnley, which was narrowly settled by a Josip Drmić winner. It took a penalty shootout in the Fifth Round against Tottenham for the Canaries to secure their place this weekend. Man United on the other hand saw their trickiest fixture come in their opening game as it took two legs for them to knockout high-flying Wolves. Since then the Red Devils have put six past Tranmere and three past a Derby County side with former Man United legend Wayne Rooney. Bookmakers Betway have Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side at 1/4 to qualify with Daniel Farke's at 13/5.
Bruno Fernandes has been a revelation for Man United since his £67.6m move from Sporting CP in January. Only Anthony Martial has been directly involved in more goals than the Portuguese midfielder in this time, scoring four and assisting four in the eleven games he has played. He has certainly been no stranger to goals back in Portugal either, the midfielder scored a staggering sixty-four goals during his three seasons at Sporting CP and if he can get anywhere near that tally at United he will certainly become an Old Trafford legend.
Man United fans every time Paul Pogba completes a simple 4 yard pass to Bruno Fernandes tonight pic.twitter.com/HCoDqRgsge
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) June 19, 2020
Sheffield United vs. Arsenal - Sunday 1:00pm
Arsenal will be dreading a third game against Sheffield United this season, in the two they have already played the Blades are currently undefeated; winning the first thanks to Lys Mousset goal and drawing the second thanks to John Fleck cancelling out Gabriel Martinelli's opening goal. Evidently this will be the first Premier league side United face in the FA Cup this season after knocking out Flyde, Millwall and Reading in the process. Arsenal on the other hand defeated Bournemouth in the Fourth Round accompanied by their other two wins against Leeds and Portsmouth. Mikel Arteta will be looking to get his hands on his first-ever piece of silverware as a manager after taking over from Unai Emery late last year. Bookmakers Betway have Arteta's side at 3/4 to qualify, with Chris Wilders at 19/20.
As previously stated it was Lys Mousset's goal at Bramall Lane earlier in the season that separated these two sides. The Frenchman is having himself quite the season, being directly involved in more goals than any other player for Sheffield United across all competitions this season, scoring five and assisting a further four. In fact Mousset has scored more goals against Arsenal than he has against any other English side during his career, netting twice against the Gunners.
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- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) June 24, 2020
Leicester vs. Chelsea - Saturday 4:00pm
If recent form is anything to go by Leicester and Chelsea might need additional time to settle this fixture, the two sides have seen their last three meetings end in draws; consecutively the last three draws have gone 0-0, 1-1 and 2-2 so brace yourself for a potential 3-3 thriller. Chelsea have been no strangers to goals in the cup so far this season either, netting exactly two in all three of their fixtures so far and in the process knocking out soon-to-be Premier League champions Liverpool. Leicester will be facing their first Premier League side in the competition this season, after knocking out Wigan, Brentford and Birmingham. Bookmakers Betway have Brendan Rogers side at 19/20 to qualify with Frank Lampard's at 3/4.
Antonio Rüdiger is on for a hat-trick of goals against Leicester this season, it was his brace at the King Power Stadium earlier in the season that earned Frank Lampard's side a draw there. Towering at 6′ 3″ the German defender is always a threat against any side at set pieces. Rüdiger has netted himself a solid fourteen goals in his career so far with Leicester being the only English side in which he has contributed two against.
Which anniversary will John Terry be remembering today?
:date: 2008 - That slip in the Champions League final.
:date: 2017 - Lifting the Premier League trophy after his final Chelsea appearance. pic.twitter.com/3A2AhRWwvH
- betway (@betway) May 21, 2020
Newcastle vs. Man City - Sunday 6:30pm
Man City would be the last side that Steve Bruce would want to face in the FA Cup, the Citizens have won four of the last six English Domestic Trophies (3 EFL Cups and 1 FA Cup) and on top of that have beaten Newcastle in twenty of their last twenty-six meetings. The Magpies have needed a replay in two of their three FA Cup rounds this season, beating Rochdale and Oxford over two legs as well as West Brom in just the one. Man City on the other hand have netted nine times in their three matches, putting four past Port Vale and Fulham and then just one against Sheffield Wednesday. Bookmakers Betway have Man City at 1/20 to qualify with Newcastle at 7/1.
Newcastle do have an ace up their sleeve in Miguel Almirón, the Paraguayan is currently the cup's top scorer left in the competition, netting four times in his five appearances this season. In fact the attacking midfielder is having himself a much more enjoyable season after failing to score in the last, Almirón has been directly involved in the joint-most goals for Newcastle this season; scoring six and assisting a further two. Almirón will no doubt be wanting to continue his FA Cup hot streak and win his first piece of silverware at Newcastle.
Don't worry Newcastle fans, next season it will be Mbappe going through on goal for your team and not Joelinton pic.twitter.com/cqJ5bwlAG8
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) June 21, 2020
There is a massive £100,000 to be won with 4 To Score this weekend. Let us know in the comments who you'll be picking in your 4 To Score selections this weekend and good luck to everyone taking part!
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