Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers
What a week of football we've just witnessed, Man City's loss to Chelsea meant that Liverpool secured their first-ever Premier League title. A weekend of FA Cup football then saw Arsenal draw Man City in the Cup Semi-Finals with Man United facing Chelsea in the other fixture. The relegation battle continues to heat up with games running out and club's failing to pick up points it's going to be a tense finish to the season for some clubs. 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.
Burnley vs. Sheffield United - Sunday 12:00pm
It hasn't been the best of restarts for Sheffield United after losing one of their last eleven before the suspension they have failed to win any of their first four matches, losing three in that time. This dip in form has damaged their European aspirations, but they still sit in a healthy top half position. Burnley on the other hand have won two of their three games since the restart, beating Crystal Palace and Watford, without either of their main strikers; Ashley Barnes & Chris Wood, who have both been out with injuries and could still be missing this weekend. Bookmakers Betway have Sean Dyche's men at 15/8 for the win, with Chris Wilder's at 17/10.
John Fleck is having an outstanding debut season in the Premier League, the Scotsman hasn't been known for his goalscoring ability throughout his career but finds himself as the Blade's joint-top scorer this season with five goals and two assists to add to that too. In fact one of Fleck's goals came in the reverse fixture against Burnley in their 3-0 demolishment of the Clarets at Bramall Lane earlier in the season. Fleck hasn't scored yet since the restart of the Premier League but will no doubt be aiming for another goal against Burnley this weekend.
Newcastle vs. West Ham - Sunday 2:15pm
After losing their first two games after the restart it didn't look good for West Ham, but a dramatic and emphatic win over Chelsea has certainly eased pressures for the Hammers. David Moyes was able to keep the Hammers up in a similar position in 2017/18 winning nine of his thirty-one games in charge then and now with only four wins so far this time round it could be a similar outcome come the end of the season. Newcastle, who themselves were touted for relegation at the start of the season, have already secured safety and after a good string of results are looking up for a top half finish rather than down. Bookmakers Betway Have the Magpies at 6/4 for this game with the Hammers at 15/8.
West Ham's record signing Sébastien Haller has had a mixed time in East London so far, after netting twenty goals for Eintracht Frankfurt last season the Frenchman has only found the back of the net seven times for West Ham this season. Three goals in his first three games for West Ham at the beginning of the season showed a glimpse of what he is capable of. However with only one goal in his last ten games before the restart Haller, who has missed all three of West Ham's post restart games with injury, will be wanting to get back to scoring ways and get West Ham out of trouble.
Liverpool vs. Aston Villa - Sunday 4:30pm
What a season it has been for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool, after missing out on the title narrowly last season the Red's have come back stronger and secured their first-ever Premier League trophy. Liverpool aren't done there either, the club can still set the record for the most points ever in a single season, the Reds currently have 86 points with the potential to reach 107, surpassing Man City's 100 tally in 2017/18. Aston Villa are in desperate need of points however, the Villains are second from bottom with just two wins in their eleven Premier League games in 2020. Bookmakers Betway have Liverpool at 1/3 for the win with Aston Villa at 7/1.
How good is Sadio Mané? The Senegalese forward has been directly involved in 112 goals in 163 games across all competitions for Liverpool since his move from Southampton. In fact Mané is no stranger to facing Aston Villa either, having netted five times and assisting a further two in the five games that he has faced them. In fact a stat that no Villa fan will want to see is that Mané is in fact undefeated against the Villains, winning three and drawing the remaining two games he has faced them.
Southampton vs. Man City - Sunday 7:00pm
After losing their title to Liverpool, Man City's aspirations this season will have certainly shifted to the FA Cup and Champions League, that being said the Citizens still have a formidable record against Southampton, winning their last seven meetings. Southampton will want to put an end to that streak, having last beat them in 2016 thanks to a Sadio Mané hat-trick! Ralph Hasenhüttl will certainly be pushing for a top-half finish for Southampton this season, to top off the phenomenal job he has done with the Saints so far. Bookmakers Betway have the Saints at 9/1 for this game with the Citizens at 30/100.
Evidently the reverse fixture was settled very late and by a very unlikely source, it took Kyle Walker's 86th minute goal at the Etihad for Man City to take all three points. The Englishman was in fact directly involved in both of Man City's goals that day, assisting Aguero for the other. In fact Walker has been directly involved in more goals against Southampton than he has against any other club, assisting four and scoring one. Walker, who has not scored since that goal, will no doubt be looking to increase his tally against the Saints this weekend.
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!