Take your free shot at a £10,000 cash jackpot with Football 4Cast
Football 4Cast launch
Football 4Cast
Select four correct scores and anytime goalscorers for your free chance to claim a huge £10,000 jackpot with this brand-new prediction game

Fancy a free shot at a £10,000 jackpot? The newly launched Football 4Cast app gives fans of the beautiful game the chance to win big when making their predictions about the upcoming round of fixtures. It’s available on iOS, Android, mobile web or you can play via desktop, too.

There will be four matches selected, and players simply need to pick the score they believe the match will end in, as well as a player who will get their name on the scoresheet.

The scorer pick doesn't have to score first, or indeed last, as long as they find the back of the net at any time during the game then it'll count.


You'll get points for the correct result (e.g home win), a goalscorer and getting the score line exactly. The leaderboard will allow players to see where they rank within the Football 4Cast community and if you manage to get all four games right, you'll be in with a chance of claiming the £10,000. If multiple people manage to hit all four correct scores with a scorer in each game, then the prize will be split equally between them.

It's quick, easy and free to get involved. Just download the app or enter your predictions on desktop. There's also the opportunity to add your selections, or markets relating to them - such as BTTS and Match Result - directly to your dabblebet bet slip so that wagers can be placed with ease.

Want some help with your selections? There are Opta facts on hand to help narrow down your shortlist of potential players and you can go back and update your picks until the first match gets underway. That way if there's an injury to a key player or an unexpected line-up choice then there's the opportunity to alter your preference for the opening game right up until kick-off, then your selections will be locked in.


You know what's better than one free shot at £10,000 per week? Multiple chances to win the jackpot and that's just what Football 4Cast offers. There will often be multiple game weeks based on the range of fixtures taking place in the footballing calendar, so be sure to check in regularly and make a set of predictions when there is a new round taking place.

Football 4Cast is available now iOS, Android and mobile web so be sure to download it and make your first set of predictions for the next round. Prefer to play via desktop? Simply register here and you'll be able to put in your picks.

AFC Bournemouth


BOR 4 - 1 COV
BBR 0 - 2 BOR
BOR 3 - 1 MID
BOR 0 - 3 SOU
BOR 3 - 0 SWA
BOR 2 - 3 BAR
PNE 1 - 1 BOR
BRC 1 - 2 BOR
QPR 2 - 1 BOR
NOT 0 - 0 BOR


LIV 2 - 1 AVL
RMA 3 - 1 LIV
ARS 0 - 3 LIV
WOL 0 - 1 LIV
LIV 2 - 0 RBL
LIV 0 - 1 FUL
LIV 0 - 1 CHE
SHU 0 - 2 LIV
LIV 0 - 2 EVE
RBL 0 - 2 LIV
Head to Head
13 Matches (1 Draws)
1 Total wins 11
1 Home wins 5
0 Away wins 6
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
0 Draw
5 Wins
LIV 2 - 1 BOR
BOR 0 - 3 LIV
LIV 3 - 0 BOR
BOR 0 - 4 LIV
LIV 3 - 0 BOR
1 Goals Scored 15
Games Over 2.5 Goals 5 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Bournemouth have beaten Liverpool just once in all competitions (P11 W1 D3 L7), a 4-3 victory in this exact fixture last season.
  2. Only one Premier League fixture saw more goals scored last season than Bournemouth v Liverpool (11) and that was Crystal Palace v Swansea (12).
  3. Liverpool lost a two-goal lead to lose in this exact fixture last season, one of only four instances of this happening in the Premier League era (3-4 v Leeds in 2000, 2-3 v QPR in 2012 and 2-3 v Southampton in 2016).
  4. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has made 65 changes to his starting XI so far this season overall in the Premier League; 23 more than any other team in the competition.
  5. Klopp only made 54 changes to his starting XI overall in the whole of the 2016-17 Premier League season – he’s already made 11 more this season in 17 games (65).
  6. Liverpool are unbeaten in their last eight games in the Premier League (W5 D3 L0); their longest run without defeat in the competition since November 2016 (11 games).
  7. Liverpool have lost only one of their last 22 Premier League matches against teams outside the ‘big six’ (W14 D7 L1)
  8. Mohamed Salah could become the first Liverpool player to score 20+ goals in a season (all comps) since Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge both did so in 2013-14.
  9. Jermain Defoe has scored three goals in his last three Premier League matches against Liverpool, one more than he scored in his first 20 against them (2).
  10. Bournemouth forward Joshua King has scored just two goals in 15 Premier League appearances for the club this season; averaging a goal every 667 minutes. In his final 15 league apps of 2016-17, King scored 12 goals at an average of a goal every 110 mins.
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