William Hill ambassadors Robbie Savage and Emma Jones go head-to-head in this week’s Free or 4: Winner Stays On after the former’s success last time out – but who will come out on top?

Free or 4 is our 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, League One, League Two or Scottish Premiership 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.

After Robbie Savage’s defeat of Matchroom Sport’s Eddie Hearn in the opening round last week, next up for Robbie is Emma Jones – so read on to discover their predictions and why they’ve gone for them.

Robbie Savage

First up, Robbie has opted for a game from the Championship, selecting Bristol City vs Swansea given the two sides have already scored a combined total of 17 goals in the league this season.

Staying in the Championship, Robbie has gone for Millwall vs Barnsley, with four of the last seven meetings between the two sides having had three or four goals scored in them and two of Millwall’s last three games finishing up 2-1.

Robbie’s third pick is another Championship clash – this time it’s Coventry vs Blackburn, with his former side Blackburn the league’s top scorers so far this season with 12 goals to their name.

It’s Hull vs Peterborough in League One up next for Robbie as the two sides have already notched a combined total of 21 goals in the league this season.

Completing his League One picks is Lincoln vs Ipswich. Their last three meetings at Sincil Bank have witnessed 10 goals, while Lincoln’s Jorge Grant and Ipswich’s Gwion Edwards have both had a hand in seven goals in seven league games this season with five goals and two assists each.

As for his last pick, Robbie has chosen League Two’s Cambridge vs Bolton. Cambridge sit top of the table with a league-high 18 goals scored, while the last five meetings between these two sides have had three or four goals scored in them.

Emma Jones

First up for Emma is QPR vs Birmingham in the Championship – a fixture in which the last three league meetings at Loftus Road have seen a combined 15 goals scored.

Staying in the Championship, Emma has gone for Millwall vs Barnsley, with four of the last seven meetings between the two sides having had three or four goals scored in them and two of Millwall’s last three games having also ended 2-1.

For Emma’s third selection she has gone for Burton vs Wimbledon in League One. Burton sit bottom of the table and have conceded a league-high 15 goals this season, while Wimbledon’s Joe Pigott has had a hand in seven goals in seven league games this term.

Up next, it’s Northampton vs Charlton, with the home side’s last two games on the bounce having finished 2-1 and five of the sides’ last eight meetings seen three or four goals scored in them.

In League Two, Emma has selected Tranmere vs Southend given that four of their last eight meetings at Prenton Park have also had three or four goals in them. Southend also sit bottom and have League Two’s worst defence this season, letting in 16 goals.

Rounding off Emma’s picks is Cambridge vs Bolton. Cambridge sit top of the table with a league high 18 goals scored, while their forward Paul Mullin is the division’s top scorer with 10 goals in seven matches.

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