Win £100,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Scorers
Another enthralling weekend of Premier League football is upon us as we enter the final three weeks of the season. It also provides you with another chance to take down Betway's 4 To Score jackpot which has rolled over to an incredible £100,000 after nobody managed to scoop it last weekend! We've done our best to help you heed your hunch with your selections this weekend by previewing the four games that you'll need to predict the first scorer in.
Bournemouth vs. Burnley - Saturday 3:00pm
The first 4 To Score fixture this weekend sees a Bournemouth team, recovering from an abundance of injuries, host Sean Dyche's solid 12th-placed Burnley side. Eddie Howe's side recently ended a streak of five straight losses in the Premier League as they beat Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge last week and Bookmakers Betway have them at 7/5 to add to that again this week.
Our first scorer pick this week goes to Liverpool youngster and loanee Harry Wilson, who has been in fine form recently scoring four goals in his last six games for club and country. The Welshman has been directly involved in more goals (6) than any other player for Bournemouth in the Premier League this season. We're backing Wilson to register his seventh Premier League goal and open the scoring on the South Coast this weekend.
ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Harry Wilson
Aston Villa vs. Southampton - Saturday 3:00pm
Next up sees a relegation clash as Southampton, who have conceded more goals in the Premier League this season (36) than any other side, travel to 17th-placed Aston Villa. Betway have the Villains at 13/8 to finish in the bottom three this season with Ralph Hasenhüttl's men slightly better off at 7/4.
Both sides will see this as a must-not-lose clash and we're backing Aston Villa to break the deadlock and more specifically Mr. Aston Villa himself, Jack Grealish. The Birmingham born midfielder has been directly involved in more goals than any other player for Aston Villa this season, scoring six and assisting five so far. Grealish has opened the scoring for the Villains in two of his last four games in the Premier League.
ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Jack Grealish
Norwich vs Wolves - Saturday 3:00pm
The penultimate fixture from this weekend's 4 To Score sees a tale of two contrasting seasons as 19th-placed Norwich host a Wolves side looking to qualify for another European spot next season. Betway evidently have Norwich as the League's favourites for the drop this season at 2/9, however the Canaries will certainly be wanting to shorten those odds at the end of the weekend.
Raúl Jiménez has been a revelation for Wolves since his transfer from Benfica last season and once again it is the Mexican that we are backing for first goalscorer this weekend. Jiménez is the only Wolves player directly involved in 20+ goals this season, registering a very healthy fifteen goals and seven assists across all competitions including European Qualifiers.
ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Raúl Jiménez
Man City vs. Leicester - Saturday 5:30pm
Man City got back to winning ways in the Premier League last week as they eased past Arsenal at the Emirates but it shouldn't be anywhere near as easy this weekend as they host high-flying Leicester. Both sides will need to win this if they want any chance of beating Liverpool to the Premier League title this season and Betway have Pep Guardiola's men at 7/1 to do so with the Foxes a bit lower at 25/1.
Jamie Vardy was unable to score in his ninth consecutive Premier League game last week as his header against Norwich was eventually given as a Tim Krul own goal but that doesn't give him any less reason to want to open the scoring this weekend. We're backing the Englishman, who is the top scorer in the Premier League in this fixture for Leicester with four goals, to break the deadlock. Vardy remains the current top scorer in the Premier League this season with eleven goals, five goals more than the next player.
ODDSbible 4 To Score Pick - Jamie Vardy
There is a massive £100,000 to be won this weekend with 4 To Score and if nobody wins then the jackpot will rollover to the following week. 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!
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