29th Mar 2017 | Football
Sky Bet Super 6 Predictions - Win £1,000,000
Predict 6 Scores to win £1,000,000 - It is quick, easy and free to play. Our pundit tackles Sky Sports's football prediction game.
Soccer Saturday Super 6
Predict 6 Scores to win £250,000 and if the jackpot isn’t won then Sky Sports will give the highest scoring player £10,000.
How to play
1. Login using your existing Sky Bet login details or sign up here
2. Predict the scores from the 6 matches in the current round.
You get 2 points for correctly predicting the result of a game. For example if oyu pick Tottenham to win 3-0 but they win 2-1 you get two points. If you get the scoreline exactly right you win 5 points and ultimately that is what you need to do six times to scoop the jackpot.
Golden Goal Tiebreaker
The Golden Goal Tiebreaker is used to determine the winner of the guaranteed weekly, monthly and yearly prizes in event. This occurs if players have the same total points, same amount of corrects scores and same amount of correct results. This is not used as part of the Jackpot competition. If more than one person correctly predicts 6 scorelines the jackpot is shared.
Round 42 Fixtures
Burnley v Tottenham
Burnley have been strong at home this season but they’ve ridden their luck. On all known metrics Tottenham are the vastly superior side.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Sam Allardyce is starting to get the results both he and Palace deserve, winning three on the spin. Chelsea are an excellent side but Palace have a difficult run in and need to nick a point off the big boys.
Hull v West Ham
There should be goals in this with both teams’s last three matches clocking over 2.5 goals. Hull need the result but West Ham aren’t safe either. This could go either way.
Leicester v Stoke
Leicester have rediscovered their mojo whilst Stoke are going through the motions. Another home win can ease Leicester’s relegation worries.
Man Utd v West Brom
West Brom continue to defy expectations but they face a United in good form despite their injury and suspension worries. United haven’t conceded more than one goal at home since the Manchester Derby in October.
Watford v Sunderland
Sunderland looked doomed. Their away record in woeful and they are heading towards the Premier League trapdoor. Watford have only kept two clean sheets at home in the league all season so they will need two or more to win this.
Odds correct at time of publishing: 07:35 29th Mar, 2017 but subject to change