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Every round you have the chance to select six matches from the William Hill ‘Free or 4’ predictions listing of weekend fixtures, that you believe will finish with three or four total goals. For example, if a match of your picking finishes 2-1 it’s a tick in the box! If you feel that you don’t have time for research but still want a chance, you can also hit the Lucky Dip option and six randomly selected matches will be entered for you.
The William Hill ‘Free or 4’ predictions game is that simple and picking six games that have either three or four goals pays out £100 in free football bets. Meanwhile, five selections correct will return a £5 football free bet and four selections correct a £1 free football bet.
If you would like to join in the William Hill ‘Free or 4’ predictions game, we have you covered, as we have included six selections below for you to pick and choose your favourites from.
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Check out our William Hill Free or 4 Predictions below: We fancy three or four goals being scored in these six matches for a share of £1,000,000 to come our way.
Rangers v Morton
Rangers have had three and four total goals in two out of their last four fixtures.
Greenock Morton are prone to seeing goals from both sides in their matches, as four out of their last six matches have had a total of three or four goals. Surprisingly, the other two matches saw five. Morton have scored in each game and should be able to continue the trend against a Rangers side that has conceded in all four of their matches so far this term.
Based on both teams’ recent trends it seems a smart selection for the William Hill ‘Free or 4’ predictions game, as both can chip in with goals.
Plymouth Argyle v Southampton
Southampton have netted in all of their last three matches, with two landing on a total of three or four goals. Plymouth Argyle on the other hand, have had such outcome only land once in their last three matches, but they have still been in goalscoring form, netting five goals across said fixtures.
It’ll be the first meeting between the two for over a decade and goals are expected. Argyle’s tactical focus on speed and accuracy in transition should serve them well against possession-heavy Southampton.
St Mirren v Motherwell
Their last matchup saw a total of three goals when Motherwell won 2-1 against St Mirren. We can expect a similar turnout this time around, as both teams are in cracking goal-scoring form.
A total of three or four goals has happened in two out of Motherwell’s last three fixtures, with them netting in all of them, with six goals in total. Meanwhile, St Mirren had a total of three or four goals in two of their last three matches, as well. However, they have scored a total of nine goals and netted at least two in all fixtures to this point.
Fulham v Brentford
Brentford saw goals fly to the left and right last weekend, as they took on Spurs at home, drawing the match 2-2. They should be able to find the net again against a Fulham side that showed signs of weakness at the back against Everton, albeit winning 1-0.
Conceding over 2.51 xG against the Toffees, thought by some to be relegation fodder, will have Marco Silva scratching his head. He’ll want to nip the issue in the bud as the Cottagers conceded 19 shots, most inside the 18-yard box.
Two of their last four matches against each other have seen a total of three or four goals, with five scored in the other two.
Liverpool v Bournemouth
Liverpool drew for the umpteenth time against Chelsea last weekend, with a score of 1-1. A score that was shared by Bournemouth when they took on West Ham at the Vitality Stadium.
The stats don’t back a pick more than the selection of Liverpool v Bournemouth to have a total of three or four goals, as eight out of their last 11 matchups have seen such outcome.
Swansea City v Coventry City
A gem of a matchup for the selection of a total of three or four goals to be scored. Both teams have netted in all of their three previous matches, Swansea hitting six and Coventry converting five.
Whilst Swansea may have only had a total of three or four goals scored in one of their three matches, Coventry had it occur in all of theirs.
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