The £1m Sky Bet Super 6 jackpot was won last week, showing everyone that it can be done and that it definitely is worthwhile! Following the win, the prize money has dropped back down to £250k, but considering it is free to play, you should still definitely be taking part. 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 in cooperation with for Saturday’s matches.

Huddersfield vs Leicester City

Huddersfield finally lost for the first time this season against West Ham United last time out following a strong start that has seen them win three and draw one of the opening four matches. The Terriers were the favourites for relegation at the start of the season, but they have defied the odds on their way to 6th place in the table. On Saturday they come up against a Leicester City side who have lost three of their first four matches in the league. Craig Shakespeare’s side have had a tough fixture list though, having already played Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United and I’m backing them to get back to winning ways against Huddersfield on Saturday.

Huddersfield 1 – 2 Leicester City

Liverpool vs Burnley

Liverpool were very disappointing last weekend following Sadio Mane’s red card and fans were left disappointed with the lack of fight shown on their way to a 5-0 loss. The Reds followed this up with a 2-2 draw against Sevilla in the Champions League on a night when they were left to rue missed chances and defensive mistakes. They face Burnley on Saturday in a must win game for the Reds and I think they’ll do just that. Philipe Coutinho could well come in for his first start of the season and I fancy the little Brazilian to have a big say in the outcome.

Liverpool 3 – 0 Burnley

Newcastle vs Stoke City

Newcastle picked up a key victory against Swansea City last time out to make it two wins on the bounce and they have shown that they’ll be a tough side to break down this season. Mark Hughes’s Stoke City team ended Manchester United’s winning run last weekend during a 2-2 draw and I fancy them to pick up another draw in this one.

Newcastle 0 – 0 Stoke City

Watford vs Manchester City

Manchester City have been irresistible in attack in both of their last two games, scoring nine goals in the process. On Saturday they come up against a Watford side who have impressed me this season. Marco Silva looks to have made some quality signings and the Hornets currently find themselves inside the top 4. I think Manchester City will win this one, but I don’t think they’ll have things all their own way.

Watford 1 – 3 Manchester City

West Bromwich Albion vs West Ham United

West Bromwich Albion were surprisingly poor last time out against Brighton and Tony Pulis will have been disappointed to have lost their first game of the season. This weekend they face a West Ham United side who picked up their first win of the campaign last time out and I fancy we could be in for a tight, tense affair here. Andy Carroll returned in the win against Huddersfield and the England hopeful had a big impact on the game with his aerial threat.

West Bromwich Albion 2 – 2 West Ham United

Middlesbrough vs QPR

It has been something of a stop start season for Middlesbrough so far, but the North East club are unbeaten in their last four matches and now find themselves just a solitary point away from 5th place. Saturday’s opponents QPR are level on points with them, but I fancy Middlesbrough to win this one. They arguably have the best attacking options in the Championship and if things click they could blow some teams away this season.

Middlesbrough 3 – 1 QPR