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Win £75,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers

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Win £75,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers

The Premier League makes it return this week after an enjoyable break of FA Cup football alongside the conclusion of the January transfer window that saw Liverpool forfeit a 2-0 lead to draw at Shrewsberry and Man United thump Tranmere 6-0. Last gameweek's fixtures saw no one win the 4 To Score jackpot which means it rolls over this week and sits at a very healthy £75,000. Want a chance at winning that 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 selective for this week's game ahead of the 3:00pm deadline on Saturday.

West Ham vs. Brighton - Saturday 3:00pm

There's no two ways about it with West Ham at the moment, they are in trouble and will need to start winning soon if they are to avoid relegation. Just two wins in their last nine Premier League games has seen them fall to seventeenth, two places below their opponents this weekend Brighton who have evidently only managed to register a single win in their last nine league matches. Bookmakers Betway have the Hammers at 15/8 for the drop this season with the Seagulls at 7/2.

Glenn Murray has been on somewhat of a dry spell recently, scoring just the one goal across all competitions, but will always relish the chance to play against West Ham, the team that he has scored the joint-most goals against in his career. In fact the Englishman has netted seven times in the eleven games that he has faced the Hammers, only against Fulham has he scored as many.

Man United vs. Wolves - Saturday 5:30pm

Man United and Wolves will be sick of the sight of each other this year, this will be the fourth meeting between the two sides this season after they faced each other across two legs in the FA Cup with Man United coming out eventual winners. Two of the three games ended in draws with Man United winning the remaining fixture so Wolves will looking the level the playing fields over the weekend and get one over on the Red Devils. Bookmakers Betway have Wolves at 13/5 to register their first win at Old Trafford since 1980 and Man United at 23/20 to have the last laugh.

Wolves' can thank a lot of their success this season to the rise in their dangerman Adama Traoré, a combination of strength and pace accompanied with a recently added final product has made him a nightmare for defenders this season. The Spaniard/Malian is currently enjoying his best return in a single Premier League season after netting four times and assisting a further seven. In fact of those eleven goal contributions six of those have come against teams from Premier League "Big Six", a tally only bettered for Wolves by main man Raúl Jiménez.

Burnley vs. Arsenal - Sunday 2:00pm

Mikel Arteta has gotten off to a semi-solid start in his new life as a manager, the Spaniard has only lost one of his eight games in charge registering three wins during that period too. The Gunners sit tenth in the Premier League and will no doubt be looking to move up in the coming weeks. Back-to-back Premier League wins for Burnley mean that they too can be looking up as opposed to down as they move to thirteenth in the league, seven points above the drop zone. Betway have the Clarets at 13/5 for a third win on the bounce this weekend with Arsenal at 21/20 for a fourth Arteta win.

Outside of Burnley's forwards it's hard to find goals, in fact Ashley Westwood is the only Burnley player that is not a forward who has been directly involved in six goals in the Premier League this season. The English midfielder recently scored the winning goal for Burnley in their crucial 2-1 win over Brendan Rodgers' high-flying Leicester and will no doubt be wanting to do the same against an Arsenal side that he has lost to on nine of the eleven occasions in which he has faced them.

Tottenham vs. Man City - Sunday 4:30pm

The final game of the weekend sees the biggest clash as two Premier League titans go head-to-head at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham bid farewell to playmaker Christan Erkisen this week as he departed to Inter Milan but were bolstered by the news that Giovanni Lo Celso has joined the club on a permanent basis. Man City on the other hand made no significant transfer business this week but still sit in a strong position. Betway have Tottenham at 17/4 for the victory this Sunday with Man City at 8/15.

Tottenham will be sick of the sight of Sergio Agüero, the Argentinian has netted twelve goals in the seventeen games that he has faced them across all competitions, in fact only against Newcastle and Chelsea does he have more goals. Agüero will certainly be wanting to get revenge on Tottenham, his last two meetings against the club at the Etihad saw VAR overturn two 90th minute winning goals from the Citizens.

There is a massive £75,000 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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