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Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers

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Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers

It's hard to believe that we've passed the half-way mark in project restart, but five gameweeks have passed with only four remaining. But almost everything is still to play for, the battle for European Football is heating up with Tottenham picking up points against Everton this week and Arsenal and Leicester settling for a draw. Watford gave their Premier League survival chances a massive boost by beating fellow relegation candidates Norwich and Chelsea played out a cracker against Crystal Palace. With a full set of ten Premier League fixtures this weekend that can only mean one thing, that Betway's 4 To Score is returning 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 12:00pm deadline on Sunday.

Wolves vs. Everton - Sunday 12:00pm

Everton's hopes of a European spot took a blow this week as the Toffees suffered their first defeat since the start of Project Restart at Tottenham. Carlo Ancelotti will still be hopeful that he can lead his new side to a Europa League position this season and taking points off Wolves, who are also challenging for a top seven finish, will certainly bolster their chances. Wolves themselves will be aiming a little higher with a potential Champions League spot in reaching distance. Bookmakers Betway have Wolves at 1/1 for this match with Everton at 3/1.

Rúben Neves is known for his rocket of a strike and that's exactly what he used last season against Everton in this fixture, the Portuguese midfielder scored a stunning free-kick in the club's 2-2 draw. In fact Everton are the only club that Neves has scored two goals against, in the fixture at Goodison Park last season, it was Neves' penalty that opened the scoring in Wolves' 3-1 win. At four goals this season, Neves is currently one goal off his tally from last season and just two behind his best-ever goal tally in a single season and will no doubt be looking to surpass it by getting his third goal against Everton.

Aston Villa vs. Crystal Palace - Sunday 2:15pm

Aston Villa's time is running out, they still find themselves in the relegation zone with just four games remaining. The saying goes; "Win your home games" and nothing short of three points will do against Crystal Palace if they realistically plan on playing Premier League football next season. Crystal Palace on the other hand have not been in the best of form since the beginning of Project Restart, losing all four of their games. However Crystal Palace have never lost five games in a row under Roy Hodgson and no doubt they will have no plans on starting soon. Bookmakers Betway have the Eagles at 23/10 this weekend with the Villains at 6/5.

Wilfried Zaha hasn't quite reached the same heights we're used to this season, the Ivorian has scored just four goals so far, his lowest tally since 2014/15. But Zaha reminded us all of his incredible talent after his wondrous strike midweek in the Eagles' 3-2 loss to Chelsea, that being his first goal across all competitions in 2020. Zaha's next goal will actually be a historic one, as he will become the first Crystal Palace player to be directly involved in sixty goals, currently sitting on thirty-six goals and twenty-three assists the Palace star will no doubt be wanting to reach this milestone this weekend.

Tottenham vs. Arsenal - Sunday 4:30pm

This is the big one this weekend, the North London Derby is always big but with a spot in the Champions League potentially up for grabs it doesn't usually get bigger than this. Arsenal suffered a setback this week after dropping points at home against Leicester, only the second time in the Premier League era that the Foxes have picked up points at Arsenal. There are mixed emotions around Jose Mourinho's tenure so far at Tottenham but the Portuguese has formidable record against the Gunners, winning ten of his twenty matches against them and only losing two. Bookmakers Betway have Tottenham at 6/4 for the North London Derby with Arsenal at 7/4.

It's not only Jose Mourinho that likes playing against the Gunners, Arsenal fans will fear the sight of Harry Kane lining up against them. The Englishman is the joint-top scorer in the North London Derby in the Premier League, alongside Emmanuel Adebayor, scoring ten goals in the ten matches he has played against them in the Premier League and assisting a further one goal. In fact, Kane has scored against Arsenal in all five of the home game he has played against them in the league and of the ten league games he has played against the Gunners in total, on only one of these occasions has he failed to score, scoring in his last four consecutive matches against Arsenal.

Bournemouth vs. Leicester - Sunday 7:00pm

Leicester haven't had the most ideal returns to Premier League football, winning just one of their six games since the launch of Project Restart. And after dropping points against Arsenal, they have actually dropped down to fourth for the first time in 247 days, stretching back to November 2nd. Bournemouth on the other hand are in serious trouble, the Cherries find themselves int he relegation zone and have a hard stretch of fixtures remaining this season. Bookmakers Betway have Bournemouth at 4/1 with Leicester at 7/10.

There's almost no stopping Jamie Vardy this season, the English striker is currently the league's top scorer at twenty-two goals, just two behind his personal best in a Premier League season in 2015/16. In fact Vardy has a decent record against the Cherries stretching back to their days in the Championship, Vardy has scored six goals and assisted a further two in his eleven games against them. Vardy will no doubt be wanting to increase his tally on his quest to win his first-ever Premier League Golden Boot award.

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!

Tom Green
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