Sky Super 6 tips & predictions – overview
If you’ve not come across the Sky Super 6 competition, which takes place on almost a weekly basis, you are in for a treat in this post. The competition is completely free for you to participate in, and winnings can be anything from £250,000 all the way up to £1 million. This doesn’t sound bad for a game that is free to play, right? You are correct!
However, in order to be successful and win any cash, you need to accurately predict the scores for 6 pre-selected matches. As you can imagine, this is incredibly difficult to do, but if you are able to do it, there’s a hefty sum of cash that is available for the winner. As unlikely as it is that you will guess 6 scores correctly, it’s still a super fun competition to take part in every week, and you can even compete with friends and family too.
With all of this in mind, we do have some Sky Super 6 predictions that you should pay attention to for the coming week. All of this is described within the information below.
Our Sky Super 6 tips for the next round
It can often take a lot of research and analysis to even get close to predicting the scores correctly for these games, so allow us to save you some time. Through the tips and predictions, you are about to read, we’ve looked at the form of the teams, the potential goalscorers, the home and away form, and so much more. Of course, there is no guarantee that these predictions will be correct, as anything can happen in football, but they should at least help.
Burney vs Chelsea (1-2)
Burnley hasn’t been in fantastic form, but then again, neither has Chelsea. While Chelsea isn’t in awesome form, however, Burnley has managed just 1 point from 5 games. For this reason, we feel Chelsea will win, with our prediction at 2-1.
Bournemouth vs Derby (2-0)
Here we have 6th vs 22nd, and with Bournemouth at home, we feel they will take the win by a score of 2-0. Derby has been fairly awful so far this season, and the defence has looked shaky. That’s why we feel that Bournemouth could put 2 goals past them.
Barnsley vs Watford (0-1)
Watford are the overwhelming favourites for this one. They’ve been in much better form than Barnsley, as shown by their current position in 3rd place. With that said, they have scored just 6 in the last 5, which isn’t huge. For that reason, we think they will wriggle through with a 1-0 away victory.
Middlesborough vs Nottingham Forest (2-0)
Up until Forest beat Blackburn on October 17th, they had lost 7 games in a row. That’s rather poor form by anyone’s standards, whereas Middlesborough has won 3 of their last 5 games. Middlesbrough has a much stronger squad too, so we are shooting for a 2-0 Middlesbrough victory.
Swansea vs Blackburn (3-1)
Swansea is a solid all-round team, which is why they are currently 2nd in the table. Blackburn on the other hand has been a bit up and down with form. They’ve had some good wins but also some shocking results too. However, we believe Swansea will be a bit too strong on the day, which is why we are going for a 3-1 home win.
Preston North End vs Birmingham (2-1)
This is a pretty close contest, with 13th place Preston playing against 17th place Birmingham. While the teams are in similar positions, Preston will have the confidence going into this one. They’ve won their last two games, whereas Birmingham hasn’t won since September 12th. That’s why we think Preston will edge it by a score of 2-1.