With the new season just beginning, it’s time to unveil what we feel is a top football knowledge competition which will run each week through the 2017/2018 football season.
Do you have an eye for an early goal, or have a hunch on which teams are likely to open their account in the first stages of a game?
4 to Score is an accumulator competition which is completely free to enter
– and the best news is, there’s £25,000 up for grabs for those who hit the jackpot!
How Does It Work?
Each week you are invited to pick the four teams which will score first in England’s top four divisions from the latest round of fixtures.
It’s that easy – four teams from four divisions to score four goals. If you choose correctly, you’ll win the money.
Perhaps you think title holders Chelsea will be first out of the blocks in the Premier League, or that Championship favourites Middlesbrough will underline their intention to bounce back up to the top flight with an early strike?
And you better do a little research on Leagues 1 and 2, so that you can give yourself a feel for which teams might get a goal in the opening exchanges.
After all, there’s the small matter of £25,000 on the line!
Free For All
If you’re an existing Betway customer, simply enter through the following link: https://betway.com/4toscore/ where you’ll be given easy instructions on how to select your four teams.
For those who aren’t Betway customers, fear not – you can enter the weekly 4 to Score prize draw for free, too. All it takes is completing the simple registration process here and then you’re free to navigate to the same 4 to Score home page and make your four picks.
We know what you’re thinking – teams who play in the early kick offs are a must pick!
But that would be a no brainer, the competition only applies to games in the 3 o’clock kick offs applicable with 4 to Score. That also means there is a 3pm deadline each week, so to give yourself the best chance of some killer picks, don’t leave it until the last minute, especially if you have your standard accumulator to pick as well.