Win £50,000 This Weekend By Predicting Four Premier League Goalscorers
Another week of football has passed and the almost unthinkable has finally happened, yes Liverpool have lost a game of Premier League football this season meaning the record for unbeaten seasons set by Arsenal in 2003/04 and Preston in 1888/89 are still in tact. Jürgen Klopp's men were halted at Vicarage Road where, thanks to a brace from Ismaïla Sarr and a third from Troy Deeney, they lost 3-0 to Watford. Elsewhere Man City won their third consecutive EFL Cup after they held on to beat Aston Villa in the Final at Wembley, the Citizens are now just one more title away from equalling Liverpool with the most EFL Cup trophies at eight. But enough from last weekend, it's time to look ahead to another big weekend of football and another big weekend of 4 To Score, there were no winners 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.
No #4ToScore winners this week. The jackpot rolls over to £50,000 for the next round. pic.twitter.com/1XYH0WrJ5W
- betway (@betway) March 1, 2020
Arsenal vs. West Ham - Saturday 3:00pm
West Ham ended their eight game losing streak and significantly aided their survival chances last week as they beat Southampton 3-1 at the London Stadium. The Hammers have now moved out of the drop zone into sixteenth and a potential win at Arsenal this weekend would move them onto the thirty point threshold, just ten points shy of the infamous forty point safety mark. The Gunners on the other hand are still healing the wounds of their shock exit from the Europa League to the hands of Olympiakos, their hopes of Champions League football next season now rest on a top four finish. Bookmakers Betway have the Hammers at 15/8 for the drop still with Arsenal at 1/8 for a top ten finish.
West Ham have beaten Arsenal just once in their last nine attempts, that came last season thanks to a goal from their Golden Boy Declan Rice. The Englishman is not renowned for his goal scoring abilities, having netted on just two occasions in his one hundred games for the Hammers, but at 6′ 1″ and a towering jump he is always a threat from set pieces. In fact Arsenal fans will be hoping that he of all people does not score as Rice holds a 100% win rate in the games that he has scored in, beating both Arsenal and Newcastle.
:speaking_head:️ Portsmouth fans: "You're gonna win f*ck all"
Haven't they heard? Arsenal won the "we're still the only team to go Invincible in the Premier League" trophy again last Saturday pic.twitter.com/UVBLM2ipkz
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) March 2, 2020
Burnley vs. Tottenham - Saturday 5:30pm
Tottenham's loss to Wolves on the weekend means they have suffered back-to-back defeats for the second time this calendar year. José Mourinho's men currently sit seventh, five points behind Chelsea in fourth and baring another Champions League miracle they are going to need to pick up points soon to stay in the race. Burnley, who are just two points behind Tottenham, are most certainly looking up to see if they can sneak their way into one of the European positions and with just one loss in their last seven matches there's no reason why they can't. Betway have Spurs at 6/4 for the win this weekend with the Clarets at 15/8.
Tottenham who are without their two main striking threats Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min due to injury and have subsequently been playing Dele Alli in the striker/false nine position. The Englishman evidently has a strong record against the Clarets, in fact he has only been directly involved in more goals against Chelsea (seven) and Southampton (ten) than he has against Burnley (six). To make matters worse for Sean Dyche's side, Dele Alli is undefeated against them winning five of the six matches he has played against them.
✍️ Montreal Impact have officially signed @VictorWanyama from Tottenham on a free transfer
We hope Montreal has some nice Italian restaurants for you to enjoy, Victor! :spaghetti: pic.twitter.com/DDmMIhlDtC
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) March 4, 2020
Chelsea vs. Everton - Sunday 2:00pm
Chelsea's inconsistent form this season continues, they've lost three, won four and drawn three in their last ten matches. That being said they still sit in the elusive fourth spot in the Premier League, three points ahead of Man United in fifth, and will no doubt be clinging to that spot with their life. Everton might have eyes on another European spot themselves having lost just the once in their last seven matches. Betway have Frank Lampard's men at 31/40 for the three points this match with Carlo Ancelotti's at 7/2.
Olivier Giroud is no stranger to facing Everton, in the eight years he's been in England he has faced the Toffees eleven times, netting five times during that period. In fact the Frenchman is just one goal away from becoming the fourth player of his nation to score eighty goals in the Premier League, behind Thierry Henry, Nikolas Anelka and Louis Saha. Giroud, who was linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge in January, will certainly be wanting to show the rest of Europe what he still has to offer should he want to leave come the end of the season and gain a place in the France National Side come Euro 2020.
:ambulance: Chelsea's injury list:
Lampard when picking his starting XI against Everton on Sunday: pic.twitter.com/txF79Y5IyZ
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) March 3, 2020
Man United vs. Man City - Sunday 4:30pm
The Manchester Derby is always a tasty affair, in fact five of the last seven meetings between these two sides have seen at least three goals scored. Manchester City have their first silverware this season as they beat Aston Villa last week in the EFL Cup Final. The Citizens also host Real Madrid in the Champions League in a couple of weeks. Man United themselves will be looking for European Glory as they demolished Club Brugge 6-1 in the Europa League and now face LASK in the Round of 16. Bookmakers Betway have Pep Guardiola's men at 11/4 for the Champions League this season with Ole Gunnar Solskjær's at 4/1 for the Europa League.
There's one man who can make Premier League history this weekend and that is none other than Man City behemoth, Sergio Agüero. The little Argentinian striker is currently level with Wayne Rooney having scored the joint-most Premier League goals in the Manchester Derby, Agüero has netted eight times in the twelve league matches in which he has faced his Manchester rivals compared to Rooney who accomplished the feat in twenty games. Agüero, who is just seven goals away from becoming the joint-third all-time Premier League top goalscorer alongside Andy Cole, is showing no signs of slowing down this season having already netted sixteen goals in his twenty one league games this season.
Manchester City have now won six consecutive domestic trophies! #EFLCup pic.twitter.com/NMoPTjOuM1
- betway (@betway) March 1, 2020
There is a massive £50,000 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!
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