Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers
The inaugural Premier League winter break has passed, which only means one thing; that regular 10 fixture gameweeks are back and in full force. Although the title race may be over, with Liverpool needing just five more wins to mathematically clinch the title, Man City's two-year ban from European Competitions has thrown a spanner in the works as fifth place will now most likely become a Champions League spot. A host of different clubs including Chelsea, Man United, Sheffield United, Leicester, Arsenal, Wolves and Tottenham will now have their eyes set on that elusive position. Betway's 4 To Score is here as always with another tasty £100,000 jackpot. Fancy a chance at winning that £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.
Leicester vs. Man City - Saturday 5:30pm
As previously mentioned it hasn't been the best of weeks for Man City as UEFA officially announce that the club will be banned from all UEFA competitions for the next two season for breaching FFP rules. Man City confirmed that they will be appealing the decision meaning there is still a chance the ban could be reduced or overturned but with the title gone it's hard to imagine City not putting their focus on winning the Champions League this season. Bookmakers Betway have the Citizens at 4/1 to become Champions of Europe this season.
It's no secret that Jamie Vardy loves playing against big sides, in fact the Englishman has scored 33 goals against the Premier League Big Six in the 66 matches that he has faced them in the league. Man City are no exception to this rule with Vardy having registered seven direct goal contributions, six goals and one assist, in the thirteen games he's played against them. The Premier League's current top scorer will be itching to bag one this weekend having not scored in his last eight matches, a run stretching back to 21st December.
:calendar_spiral: Monday- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) February 17, 2020
:soccer: Chelsea vs Man Utd
:calendar_spiral: Tuesday & Wednesday
:trophy: Champions League
:trophy: Europa League
:soccer: Chelsea vs Spurs
:soccer: Leicester vs Man City
Wilder vs Fury 2
:rugby_football: England vs Ireland
:soccer: Arsenal vs Everton
What a week :heart_eyes:pic.twitter.com/w0Rn3Apurb
Man United vs. Watford - Sunday 2:00pm
Man United fans will be in higher spirits this week after a controversial 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge, the Red Devils are just two points off Tottenham in fifth position. New signing Odion Ighalo also became the 200th player to represent Man United in the Premier League and the first-ever Nigerian to do so. Watford's new manager bounce has seem to have ended as the Hornets find themselves winless in their last five matches and nineteenth in the league. Betway have Watford at 15/8 for relegation.
Martial has been Man United's go-to man upfront since the unfortunate injury to Marcus Rashford, while Ighalo gets re-adapted to the Premier League it seems the Frenchman will continue to start as the club's striker. Martial has a solid record against the Hornets, in fact they are the joint-fourth club that he has scored the most Premier League goals against, with three goals and an assist in the seven matches in which he has faced them in the competition.
:book: Troy Deeney is Not Watford's Everything- betway (@betway) February 17, 2020
Of Deeney's 42 PL goals, 15 are pens. 27 open play goals from 150 top-tier appearances does not correspond with his assumed importance.
Etienne Capoue and Gerard Deulofeu are both far more important for the Hornets this season. pic.twitter.com/rYrQH7u1Gc
Wolves vs. Norwich - Sunday 2:00pm
Norwich still find themselves rock bottom of the Premier League and seven points from safety, with just the one win in their last thirteen Premier League matches they are going to have to start picking up points if they want to play top-flight football next season. Wolves' Premier League form has taken a dip since the turn of the new year with them picking up just the one win in their last six matches, they are however sat in a comfortable eighth they will certainly be wanting to push higher in the table come May. Betway have Wolves safely at 7/100 for a top 10 finish with Norwich at 1/20 favourites for the drop.
Romain Saïss was on the scoresheet the last time these two teams met as Raúl Jiménez's 81st minute winner gave Wolves the three points at Carrow Road. The Swiss born Moroccan international is evidently one goal away from his highest-ever goal scoring season in a European top five league and will no doubt be targeting back-to-back goals against the Canaries.
:book: Some of the Best Players Play for the Worst Teams- betway (@betway) February 17, 2020
Just three players rank in the top 20 for both dribbles and key passes per game:
Emi Buendia (Norwich, 20th)
Jack Grealish (Villa, 17th)
Gerard Deulofeu (Watford, 19th)
Dunk, Diop and Ake would also improve most defences. pic.twitter.com/OkASEJhwc4
Arsenal vs. Everton - Sunday 4:30pm
Arsenal and Everton is one of the most frequent played games in English football, the two sides have faced each other 213 times with Arsenal coming out on top on 106 of those occasions with Everton at 61. The reverse fixture was the first-ever managerial match in charge for former Arsenal and Everton man Mikel Arteta and this game will be his first return to Goodison Park as a manager. Bookmakers Betway have the Gunners at 21/20 to win the match with the Toffees at 13/5 to claim all three points.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is just two goals behind current Premier League top scorer Jamie Vardy and the Gabon international will no doubt be wanting to defend his Golden Boot title. Aubameyang has been in fine form to do so, scoring fifteen goals so far just seven short of his total last season. In fact the former Dortmund man averages a goal every other game against Everton having netted twice in the four games he has played against them and as he failed to score in the reverse fixture this season...
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!