Skip to main content

Predict scores, beat FFT, win £10,000 a week

Watching the Premier League this weekend? Course you are. Think you can predict what's going to happen? Course you do. Fancy winning ten large? Course you do.

The free FourFourTwo Pick & Predict app (available for iPhone (opens in new tab) and Android (opens in new tab)) could be a nice little earner for you: despite costing you zip, you can win up to £10,000 a week by forecasting the scores of each Premier League match. And if money isn't your motivation, you also get points for predicting the correct outcome, and even more for the correct scoreline. 

Points mean pride as you zoom up the FourFourTwo Pick & Predict league (opens in new tab) table, which anyone can enter. Meanwhile, as Pick & Predict also lets you create pools or mini-leagues, we’ve got an office one going – and we’re risking humiliation by publishing our results, plus giving you one staffer's predictions each week. We’ve already heard from social czar Harriet Drudge (opens in new tab), walking Wikipedia Gregg Davies (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)and frighteningly young brand exec Ben Clark (opens in new tab), so who’s next?

FourFourTwo's Features Editor James Maw (opens in new tab) is rarely shy of an opinion, and they came up trumps last week as he accurately predicted wins for Chelsea, Arsenal, Bournemouth, Southampton and Stoke – plus the 1-1 scoreline between West Brom and his beloved Spurs. So what's James – pictured below with Victor Wanyama and a cock – going for this week?

Sat 12.30pm Bournemouth 1-1 Tottenham
"Spurs are protecting the Premier League’s longest unbeaten run, and when they were doing the same last last Autumn, they drew a lot of matches you usually would’ve expected them to go all-out to win."

Sat 3pm Arsenal 3-0 Middlesbrough
"Arsenal are in free-scoring form, and look much-improved at the back. This is about the point we usually start asking whether this could be 'their year'. It's Arsenal, so there’ll be moments of mild peril somewhere along the way, but not on Saturday."

Sat 3pm Burnley 0-2 Everton 

"The Clarets’ home form has been reasonable – all seven of their points have been won at Turf Moor √ but Koeman’s Everton are formidable opposition, as City learned last week."

Sat 3pm Hull 0-1 Stoke 
"There’ll be some good players on show, but if this is a good game, I’ll eat my hat. [Maybe you could have a millinery dessert for the fox you said you'd eat if Leicester won the league  Ed.] The Potters look like may have ‘turned a corner’, and that confidence could make the difference."

Sat 3pm Leicester City 1-0 Crystal Palace
"Alan Pardew did a big interview with the BBC this week, which is usually a sign things are about to go badly wrong. Leicester aren’t quite ready to batter them, but the Foxes should win nevertheless." 

App app and away


Sat 3pm Swansea 2-2 Watford
"The Hornets have made a solid start, but there were positive signs in Bob Bradley’s first match as Swans boss at Arsenal last weekend. That might mean these two cancel each other out."

Sat 3pm West Ham 1-0 Sunderland 
"The Hammers finally plugged the holes in their defence to secure a win at Palace, although Aaron Cresswell will be suspended this time around. It’s Sunderland, though, so…"

Sat 5.30pm Liverpool 2-1 West Brom
"The Baggies look typically solid at the back, but few teams attack with the verve of the Reds. It’ll be hard-earned, but the hosts should edge it."

Sun 1.30pm Manchester City 2-0 Southampton 
"Both teams suffered European defeat in midweek, but City’s depth, and the fact Saints played on Thursday, should help Pep’s men return to winning ways."

Sun 4pm Chelsea 0-0 Manchester United
"Another tricky away trip, another backs-to-the-wall job for Mourinho’s side? There’s definitely a whiff of potential anti-climax about this one."

Think you can do better than James and the rest of us? Download the free app – and let us know how you get on...

Download Pick & Predict for Android or for iPhone (opens in new tab)

Thank you for reading 5 articles this month* Join now for unlimited access

Enjoy your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1

*Read 5 free articles per month without a subscription

Join now for unlimited access

Try first month for just £1 / $1 / €1