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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

Another week of Premier League and Champions League football has passed, and as always, it threw up some memorable moments. Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid pulled off a masterclass at Anfield and knocked the reigning European Champions out of the Champions League. Man United won bragging rights in Manchester as they beat local rivals Man City 2-0 at Old Trafford, meaning that Liverpool are just two wins off the Premier League title now. And although three players came close, Anthony Martial's opening goal last weekend meant that no one won Betway's 4 To Score last weekend, meaning that the prize pool has increased to £50,000. 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 3:00pm deadline on Saturday.

Newcastle vs. Sheffield United - Saturday 3:00pm

Newcastle look to have secured safety this season but a recent run of poor form, in which they have won one of their last six league matches, has seen them slip down into thirteenth. Steve Bruce knows the key to survival is to win your home games but with high-flying Sheffield United the visitors on the weekend, it will certainly be a tough match. Chris Wylder's side currently sit seventh in the league and just two points behind Man United in the fifth European spot. The Blades are currently undefeated in their last six games however did lose 2-0 to Newcastle at Bramall Lane earlier in the season. Bookmakers Betway have Sheffield United at 5/4 for the win this weekend with Newcastle at 5/2.

There's no two ways about it Billy Sharp is a natural goalscorer, the Englishman is an English Football League legend; despite playing this season in the Premier League, Sharp is the top scorer in the EFL this century with his two-hundred and twenty-seven goals scored across the three leagues. This season he's not doing too bad either, Sharp has scored more goals than any other Sheffield United player since February netting three times in his last five games.

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea - Saturday 5:30pm

Things are looking bleak for Aston Villa at the moment, the Villains are currently on a five match losing streak, including losing the League Cup Final to Man City. This streak has seen Dean Smith's side move down to nineteenth in the Premier League, two points behind Watford and West Ham in seventeenth and sixteenth respectively. Chelsea's Champions League hopes were given a boost last week as they demolished Carlo Ancelotti's Everton 4-0 and a win this weekend could see them gain ground on Leicester in third. Bookmakers Betway have Aston Villa at 17/4 for the win with Chelsea at 4/7.

Chelsea have Aston Villa's kryptonite; Olivier Giroud simply loves playing against the Villains, in fact the Frenchman has scored eight goals against them, which is the joint-most goals he has scored against any club. To add more insult to injury in the eight games that he has faced Villa, he has only lost on one occasion, winning six and drawing the other. Giroud bagged himself a goal last weekend in Chelsea's win against Everton and the Frenchman will no doubt be wanting to make it back-to-back Premier League goals this week.

West Ham vs. Wolves - Sunday 2:00pm

West Ham epitomised the phrase "good but not quite good enough" in their loss at Arsenal last week, the Hammers mustered an impressive six shots on target at the Emirates but due to a combination of bad luck and poor finishing found themselves with a sixteenth league loss this season and stuck in sixteenth place. Wolves are still eyeing a potential European position they sit in sixth, just two points behind Man United in the Europa League spot and five points behind Chelsea in fourth. Betway have West Ham at 2/1 to take the three points this match with Wolves at 7/5.

As previously stated goal scoring hasn't exactly been a strong point for West Ham this season, the Hammers have registered thirteen different scorers in the Premier League. Centre-back Issa Diop is in fact the club's joint-third top scorer, netting three times this season. At a towering 6'4" it comes as no surprise that all of the Frenchman's goals have come from set pieces, Diop is always a threat when entering the oppositions box and can certainly cause Wolves some trouble this weekend.

Tottenham vs. Man United - Sunday 4:30pm

It has not been a good couple of weeks for Tottenham, the club are winless in their last six matches across all competitions and after getting knocked out of the FA Cup to Norwich last week they followed that up with a Champions League exit to RB Leipzig. This means that the club cannot win any silverware this season, extending their trophy-less drought to twelve seasons. Man United are almost in opposite form at the moment, the club are undefeated in their last five Premier League matches and have moved to just three points behind Chelsea in the final Champions League position. Betway have Ole Gunnar Solskjær's men at 6/5 to win this weekend with José Mourinho's at 23/10.

Bruno Fernandes has been a revelation for Man United since his £67.6m move from Sporting CP in January. The Portuguese midfielder has been directly involved in more goals than any other United player in this time, scoring three and assisting three in the eight games he has played. He has certainly been no stranger to goals back in Portugal either, the midfielder scored a staggering sixty-four goals during his three seasons at Sporting CP and if he can get anywhere near that tally at United he will certainly become an Old Trafford legend.

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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