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Win £125,000 This Week Just By Predicting Four Premier League Scorers

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Win £125,000 This Week Just By Predicting Four Premier League Scorers

As the weekend draws closer we see the end of an emphatic set of boxing day fixtures that saw both Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta take charge of their first games at Everton and Arsenal respectively, Liverpool thump Leicester at the King Power and Chelsea lose at home to Southampton. One 4ToScore player came close on winning the £125,000 jackpot, correctly predicting that Dan Gosling and Robert Snodgrass would score the first goals in their games however they did not predict the succeeding two players Matty Longstaff and Roberto Firmino.

Betway have promised to keep the 4ToScore Jackpot to at least £100,000 for every gameweek during the festive period. So it could be you this weekend, and it's dead simple to win 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 4ToScore games to help and give you insight into who to selective for this week's game ahead of the 2:00pm deadline on Sunday.

Arsenal vs. Chelsea - Sunday 2:00pm

The first big test for new Arsenal man Mikel Arteta as they host Chelsea in a pivotal match for the race for European football this season. Arteta's last 90 minutes in the Premier League against Chelsea saw them thump Arsenal 6-0 at Stamford Bridge in 13/14 and the Spaniard will do anything in his power to avoid a similar scoreline on Sunday. Evidently if you do fancy another 6-0 to Chelsea, Bookmakers Betway have the correct scoreline at 12/1.

However our first scorer pick this week goes to Arsenal main man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, whose boxing day goal against Bournemouth earned the Gunners a 1-1 draw at the Vitality Stadium. Aubameyang is currently the club's top goalscorer this season and the second-highest goalscorer in the Premier League with the twelve that he has netted so far. He will no doubt be looking to try and catch Jamie Vardy and retain his Premier League Golden Boot this year and we're backing him to find the net first on Sunday.

ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

West Brom vs. Middlesbrough - Sunday 2:00pm

The second 4ToScore fixture this weekend sees up drop down a division as first placed West Brom host nineteenth placed Middlesbrough. The Baggies have only lost one game this season (1-0 vs. Leeds) and are in fact undefeated in their previous fourteen matches in the Championship, a streak that extends back to the beginning of October. Betway have Slaven Billic's men at 17/40 to take the win with Middlesbrough at 13/2 to spoil the party.

Benfica fans will have one eye on West Brom games this season as their Croatian midfielder Filip Krovinović spends the season on loan at the Hawthorns. In fact Krovinović opened the scoring last time out for the Baggies as they secured a 1-1 draw at Barnsley on boxing day, whilst in the process of scoring his first goal for the club. The Croat will be very keen to show his parent club what he is capable of and will no doubt be wanting to add to his tally this season, which is why we're backing him to score back-to-back opening goals.

ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Filip Krovinović

Liverpool vs. Wolves - Sunday 4:30pm

Liverpool have had an unforgettable December after qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages, they beat Monterrey and Flamengo to lift the FIFA Club World Cup trophy and then they became the first team to beat Leicester at the King Power Stadium since April. Their next challenge is Nuno Espírito Santo's Wolves, a side notorious for giant killings. Betway have Liverpool registering their eighteenth league win of the season at 30/100 with Wolves inflicting a first loss for Jürgen Klopp's men at 9/1.

Liverpool, who have a game in hand, will want to protect their lead at the top of the table which is why we're backing them to open the scoring at Anfield on Sunday, more specifically their rock at the back, Virgil van Dijk. The Dutchman has scored ten goals in his ninety nine appearances for Liverpool and is indeed already on three goals in the Premier League this season, one away from his personal best in the league. Having netted against Wolves in the Premier League last season in the club's 2-0 win at the Molineux, van Dijk is certainly no stranger to finding the net.

ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Virgil van Dijk

Man City vs. Sheffield United - Sunday 6pm

The final 4ToScore game sees Man City host the biggest surprise of the Premier League this season, Chris Wilder's high flying Sheffield United side, who currently sit sixth in the table. Pep Guardiola's side will see this as a must win affair as they continue their chase to catch Liverpool and retain their Premier League title. Betway have the Citizens at 2/9 to claim all three points here with the Blades coming in at a healthy 7/2.

We're backing İlkay Gündoğan to open the scoring at the Etihad this weekend, a man who evidently scored in Man City's last home match in their 3-1 over Leicester. The German international has already scored against a newly promoted side this season as he helped Man City in their 3-0 victory over Aston Villa and he will certainly be looking to do the same this weekend against Sheffield United.

ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - İlkay Gündoğan

There is a massive £125,000 to be won with 4ToScore during every game week over the festive period. Let us know in the comments who you'll be picking in your 4ToScore selections this weekend and good luck to everyone taking part!

Thomas Thorn
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