Simply select four anytime goalscorers and four results in the chosen matches to be in with a shot of winning in the free game, which is available on iOS, Android and desktop . To enter, simply follow this link and make your predictions.
Even if you don’t get full marks, you can still be in with a chance of winning a £100 Amazon voucher if you Beat the 4Caster. Just post your selections on dabblebet's Facebook or Twitter and if your score is better than dabblebet’s expert 4Caster, you will be entered into a draw to win the voucher! Full T&Cs can be found here.
This weekend boasts a tasty round of fixtures, and we’ve made our picks to help you out.
Huddersfield stunned Man United 2-1 when these sides met in the reverse fixture, but the smart money will not be on a repeat.
The Red Devils have lost just two of their last 39 home matches – with both losses coming to their cross-city rivals – and should have few problems overcoming a Terriers side that has lost four Premier League matches in a row.
Alexis Sanchez is yet to score for his new side since his move from Arsenal and playing against the second-worst defence in the league on his home debut seems to add up to only one conclusion.
Scorer: Alexis Sanchez
When matches like this come around, it is not usually a case of who will win but rather how many they will win by.
The Gunners have won nine of their 12 home matches this season and net over 2.5 goals per game at the Emirates, whilst Everton have won just once away from Goodison Park this term whilst scoring a measly eight times.
Arsenal could well rack up the goals here and new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be licking his lips at the prospect of netting on his debut – and becoming just the sixth Gunners player to ever do so.
Prediction: Arsenal 4-0 Everton
Scorer: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
History, however, is on the side of the Magpies, who have won four of their six Premier League matches at Selhurst Park and 10 of the last 14 meetings between this sides.
Picking a goalscorer for this game is the equivalent of picking names out of a hat, but it is worth noting that Palace have won five penalties this season, the third-most in the league, so Luka Milivojevic may be worth a punt.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-2 Newcastle United
Scorer: Luka Milivojevic
What better way to end Sunday than with a blockbuster game at Anfield. Liverpool generally have a good record against Spurs, with the Londoners’ 4-1 win at Wembley the first time they had beaten the Reds since November 2012.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have lost just one of their last 23 home fixtures against Spurs and should come out on top in this one, but they may struggle to contain Harry Kane, who has four goals in six league games against the Merseysiders.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Scorer: Harry Kane