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Last Updated: 7th November 2020
William Hill ambassadors Robbie Savage and David Alorka go head-to-head once again in this week’s Free or 4: Winner Stays On following last week’s draw between the duo – but who will come out on top this time?
Free or 4 is William Hill’s new free-to-play game in which players simply need to pick six games that will have either three or four goals in them. Choose from Saturday 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, Championship, FA Cup, Scottish Championship, Scottish League One or Scottish League Two for a chance to win up to £200 in free bets! Five out of six correct picks can earn you a £5 bet, with four out of six winning you a £1 bet.
To celebrate the launch of our new easy-to-enter game, Free or 4: Winner Stays On will pit two participants against each other each week, with the one correctly predicting the most three- or four-goal games staying on to take part in the following week’s challenge against a new contestant.
Robbie Savage was on a roll after recent victories against Eddie Hearn and Emma Jones, but David Alorka managed to halt that run with a draw last week. Robbie and David meet again this week to settle the score, so read on to discover their predictions and why they’ve gone for them.
First up Robbie has gone for Crystal Palace vs Leeds, the only Saturday 3pm kick-off in the Premier League this weekend. Four out of seven league games involving Palace this season have had three or four goals scored in them, while Leeds striker Patrick Bamford has been involved in seven goals in seven league games this term with six goals and one assist.
Next up, Robbie has selected Blackburn vs QPR in the Championship, where no team has scored more league goals this season than Rovers, with 18. There have also been 12 goals scored in the last three games between these sides, an average of four goals per game
Next in the Championship for Sav is Sheffield Wednesday vs Millwall – a fixture that has seen three goals scored in two of the last three meetings at Hillsborough.
Robbie’s last pick in the Championship is Brentford vs Middlesbrough. Brentford’s Ivan Toney is averaging a Championship goal every 83 minutes this season, having scored 10 goals in 10 appearances.
Onto the FA Cup next where Robbie has opted for Charlton vs Plymouth – the last time these two sides met at the Valley this one witnessed thee goals in a 2-1 win for the Addicks.
And rounding off Sav’s selections this week is another FA Cup first-round clash. This time he’s gone for Oxford vs Peterborough, with the away team running out 4-0 winners when they met last season.
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Like Robbie, David has also chosen Crystal Palace vs Leeds for his first pick, while up next he has opted for Norwich vs Swansea in the Championship, where there has not been a goalless draw in the last 21 meetings, with the last 0-0 coming in 1964.
Elsewhere in the Championship, David has selected Birmingham vs Bournemouth – a fixture that has witnessed a mammoth 26 goals in the last five meetings between these two, averaging 5.2 goals per game – while, like Robbie, he has also gone for Brentford vs Middlesbrough.
In the FA Cup, David has chosen Hull vs Fleetwood, with Fleetwood firing four goals past the Tigers when they met in League One earlier this season.
And finally, staying in the FA Cup, David has backed Salford vs Hartlepool, with the last fixture between these two at Moor Lane seeing Salford claim a 3-0 victory.