Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers
This weekend marks a momentous occasion in the history of the Premier League, this Saturday kicks of the first-ever winter break in England. This essentially sees, what would be in any other season, a single gameweek split it's fixtures across two weekends, meaning that this weekend there are only four Premier League fixtures and as a result a very tasty Championship affair has been added into Betway's 4 To Score. Want a chance at winning the £100,000 jackpot 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.
Brighton vs. Watford - Saturday 5:30pm
Brighton, for the second consecutive week, have another six-pointer on their hands, after an impressive comeback against West Ham last week the Seagulls host 19th placed Watford, who can go level with them on points should they win at the Amex. Watford's form has suffered recently, after winning three straight Premier League matches in December they now find themselves winless in their last three. Bookmakers Betway have Brighton at 7/2 for the drop this season with Watford at 6/4.
You'd have to go back to 2017 for the last time Brighton beat Watford at the Amex and evidently the man who scored the winning goal that day is still an integral cog that makes up the Brighton midfield in Pascal Groß. The German has a good return for the Seagulls, scoring twelve times and assisting a further fourteen in the ninety games that he has played for the club. And he'll no doubt be gunning for history to repeat itself from 2017 and he bag the winner in a 1-0 victory this weekend.
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Nottingham Forest vs. Leeds - Saturday 5:30pm
There's no bigger prize in the EFL than promotion to the Premier League and Leeds, for the second year running, are so close that they can almost taste it. After a season that saw them throw away automatic promotion and lose in the Play-Offs Leeds will not want to see that happen again. Nottingham Forest on the other hand could see themselves go to within a point of Leeds should they win this weekend. Betway have Forest at 4/1 for promotion with Leeds at ¼.
Lewis Grabban, since joining from Bournemouth in 2018, has been a revelation for Forest, in fact the Englishman has scored more goals for them (33) across all competitions than any other player since joining. His tally of sixteen goals in the Championship sees him sitting as the league's joint-third top scorer and after a succession of two games without finding the net, the marksman will want to put an end to that against promotion rivals Leeds - a team he has a fine record against, netting five times in the eight Championship matches in which he has faced them.
West Brom and Leeds at the top of the Championship trying to get promoted like... :joy: pic.twitter.com/WVgwVocY4E
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) February 5, 2020
Sheffield United vs. Bournemouth - Sunday 2:00pm
We're running out of words to describe Sheffield United's season this year, the Blades sit sixth in the league and will no doubt be looking to even secure a European place for next season. In fact Chris Wilder's side have only lost seven games in the Premier League this season. Bournemouth on the other hand have secured much needed back-to-back Premier League wins moving the Cherries up to sixteenth and two points clear of the relegation zone. Betway have Sheffield United at 9/4 to finish inside the top six with Bournemouth at 11/8 for relegation.
Evidently of the two clubs it is in fact Bournemouth who have the top scorer, Welsh youngster Harry Wilson's seven goals trumps the tallies of all other players between the two squads in the Premier League this season. In fact the Liverpool loanee is enjoying his best return in a single Premier League season and will no doubt be wanting to add to his tally and cross the illustrious ten goal mark for the first time.
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- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) February 3, 2020
Man City vs. West Ham - Sunday 4:30pm
You'll struggle to find a more one-sided fixture in the Premier League in recent times, Man City have absolutely dominated West Ham over the past couple of seasons and are in fact on a nine game winning streak, scoring thirtytwo during that period and conceding just four. This will no doubt be the last team that David Moyes will want his side facing as they sit at the top of the drop zone in 18th. Betway have the Hammers at 5/4 for the drop this season and are evidently currently not offering any odds on the Premier League title anymore.
One man who has accounted for a large amount of that recent demolishment is star striker Sergio Agüero who has in fact scored ten goals in the fourteen games that he has faced the Hammers, including a goal already this season in their 5-0 win at the London Stadium. The Argentine is currently the second-top scorer in the Premier League this season, his tally of sixteen is just one behind the leader Jamie Vardy and he will no doubt be targeting this fixture to increase it.
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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