For the large portion of football fans across the UK who actively play the Super 6, they’ll be aware of how worthwhile it is to get involved, especially with as much as £1 million on the line. It only takes a few seconds to visit the Super 6 website or SkyBet app to enter your predictions for the upcoming round, but it unsurprisingly takes far more planning and calculation if you want to get anywhere close to winning.
How to play Super 6
Anybody who is yet to try their hand at the Soccer Saturday Super 6 is likely to not be aware of exactly how it works. It’s a very simple free-to-play game, where you need to identify the exact final score in six selected football fixtures. These will tend to be handpicked from the Premier League and Championship, but in the event of a midweek round, you will often be given the chance to take part in a Champions League, Europa League, UEFA Nations League, FA Cup or EFL Cup edition.
By correctly guessing all six scorelines, you’ll be given the jackpot on offer, with it tending to span somewhere between £250,000 and £1 million. It’s always worth having a go at the Sky Super 6, as it’s completely free and you could still take a £5,000 consolation prize if you’re the person who came the closest with their Super 6 predictions in a week where nobody won outright.
Improving your Super 6 entry
There’s no way of guaranteeing a win in the SkyBet Super 6or every person who’s had a go would be sitting with £1 million in theiraccount, but you’re able to identify what’s likely to happen in each game ifyou know what to look for. You need to predict what will happen in each game,but this is also dependent on who will win, how many goals they will score, andhow many goals they will concede.For instance, if Chelsea were playing host toBrighton, you’re likely to assume that Chelsea will win, before working out howmany goals they will score, how many goals Brighton will score, or if Brightonwill score at all. All of these things play a big part in your efforts to win the Super 6,and you need to remember that your Super 6 prediction must be 100% correct inorder to be classed as a winner, so even one goal can completely ruin yourchance of being this week’s winner.