Sky Bet Super 6 Prediction

Sky Bet’s Super 6 Prediction competition rolls into its 7th round this weekend, with no one having won the huge £1m prize pot yet. If you’re not already playing Super 6, then what are you waiting for? Super 6 is a score prediction game, with Sky Bet selecting six football matches on a Saturday for you to select the final score in. Along with predicting the correct score, you also choose when you think the first goal will be scored in the games, this works as a tie breaker should multiple people correctly predict the scores. To win the jackpot you must correctly predict the scores in all six of the games. It is completely FREE to play; all you need is a valid Sky Bet account. In this preview, I’ll be giving you my score predictions for Saturday’s matches.

Arsenal v Bournemouth

Arsenal have lost two games in a row against Stoke City and Liverpool, but Bournemouth could provide the perfect opposition for them on Saturday. Bournemouth, themselves, are yet to win a game this season and have scored just once in their first three matches. I think Arsenal will win this one comfortably and I fancy Alexandre Lacazette to help himself to a couple of goals.

Arsenal v Bournemouth Skybet odds
Fig,; Skybet odds Arsenal v Bournemouth

Arsenal 3 – 0 Bournemouth

Brighton v West Bromwich Albion

Brighton are yet to score this season and on Saturday they come up against a solid looking West Bromwich Albion side who have made some exciting moves in this summer transfer window. I think it’s going to be a long hard season for fans of Brighton and I expect that to continue on Saturday with another defeat.

Brighton v West Brom Skybet odds
Fig.: Skybet odds Brighton v West Brom

Brighton 0 – 1 West Bromwich Albion

Everton v Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs have had a slightly disappointing start to the season, losing to Chelsea and then drawing 1-1 with Burnley, but they will be hoping to get back to winning ways against Everton on Saturday. That will not be easy though as Everton look like a good side this year who will cause lots of team’s problems. I’m backing a score draw in this one and I think we could be in for an exciting game.

Everton v Tottenham Skybet odds
Fig.: Skybet odds Everton v Tottenham

Everton 2 – 2 Tottenham Hotspur

Leicester City v Chelsea

The two most recent Premier League champions face off at the King Power Stadium this weekend and it is Chelsea I will be backing in this one. Chelsea have impressed me this season and have recovered well from their shock opening day defeat to Burnley in a game in which they had two men sent off. Alvaro Morata looks as though he could do very well this season and I think he’ll find the net again this weekend after impressing for Spain on Tuesday night.

Leicester v Chelsea Skybet odds
Fig.: Skybet odds Leicester v Chelsea

Leicester City 0 – 2 Chelsea

Southampton v Watford

This one has draw written all over it in my eyes. Southampton have struggled for goals in the last two seasons and that doesn’t look like changing this time around. Marco Silva has started impressively with Watford in his new job and they look like a solid team who will be tough to beat and it is for that reason I’m backing the draw here.

Southampton v Watford Skybet odds
Fig.: Skybet odds Southampton v Watford

Southampton 0 – 0 Watford

Sunderland v Sheffield United

Sheffield United have looked decent this season, picking up nine points from their first five games in the Championship and fans of the club will be hoping that they can challenge for the playoffs come the end of the season. Sunderland, on the other hand, have struggled following their relegation from the Premier League and I expect that to continue again this weekend.

Sunderland v Sheffield Utd Skybet odds
Fig.: Skybet odds Sunderland v Sheffield Utd

Sunderland 1 – 2 Sheffield United