Predicting the first goalscorer in four Premier League games might sound near enough impossible.
Betway’s 4ToScore offers the chance to win huge cash prizes if you can do the unthinkable and correctly guess the first scorers in four selected games.
One person has made light work of the free game and has won the jackpot; not once, but twice this season.
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The Betway customer split the £250,000 jackpot back in August, winning £125k.
Sebastien Haller got the ball rolling with a tap-in against Norwich in the 24th minute.
Sadio Mane’s goal against Burnley kept the dream alive with a cool finish into the bottom corner.
One undoubtedly sleepless night later and the fantasy was still alive, as Everton’s Richarlison made the unfathomable become a serious possibility after scoring five minutes into the Toffees’ game against Wolves.
Three out the four were in the bag and it all came down to the North London Derby.
Just ten minutes into the game at the Emirates, Erik Lamela’s shot was parried out into the path of Christian Eriksen who poked in from five yards.
£125k was safely in the bank on just the fourth gameweek of the season.
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Was that enough for our new hero?
Clearly not, as the same person has only gone and won the jackpot again… but this time there was no sharing of the spoils, as the winner pocketed a hefty £200k in the process.
And the selections the second time round were far more punchy than those that won the money back in September.
Miguel Almiron had only scored one Premier League goal prior to his opener against Wolves last weekend but that was clearly enough for this punter to back him.
The Paraguayan opened the scoring just seven minutes in at Molineux to get the miracle worker dreaming again.
The Saturday night game between Spurs and Liverpool was the next game to tick of the list.
Surely anyone would go for Mo Salah or Mane, right? Think again.
Roberto Firmino was the weapon of choice and the bold selection paid off after 37 minutes.
Another anxious night lay ahead with Watford v Bournemouth and Man City’s trip to Aston Villa the only stumbling blocks in the way.
Abdoulaye Doucoure is not renowned for his knack of scoring but for whatever reason, his one goal in the previous 19 Premier League games was enough to earn a place in the latest attempt to win 4ToScore.
When the Frenchman poked home just before half-time it must have felt like destiny that lightning was going to strike twice.
Riyad Mahrez put the cherry on the icing of the cake when he opened the scoring in the 6-1 drubbing against Aston Villa.
We doubt the punter was watching the rest of the Man City game, he was probably booking flights to the Caribbean, ordering his Ferrari or picking his EuroMillions numbers.
Betway’s 4ToScore is free to enter and you can get your selections in through Betway’s website.
You surely need no more convincing after seeing the seemingly impossible become a reality for one person – not once, but twice.