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£250,000 To Be Won

6 September 2013


£250,000 To Be Won

6 September 2013

...with Soccer Saturday Super 6...


Sky Bet Football League fans have the chance to reap the rewards from their football knowledge this weekend as Soccer Saturday Super 6 focuses on Sky Bet League One.

The six 3pm kick-offs will be the subject of the free-to-play game, with supporters presented with the chance to win £250,000 by predicting the correct score in all six games.

For those torn over their selections, our form guide is on hand as well as Jeff Stelling’s predictions:

Bradford v Brentford
The Bantams will be looking to continue their fine home league form, having beaten Carlisle 4-0 and then Sheffield United 2-0 at the Coral Windows Stadium, when they host Brentford, who have drawn both of their away league games 1-1.

Jeff predicts: Bradford 0 Brentford 1 – After a wobble or two, the Bees will be buzzing again.

Carlisle v Port Vale
Carlisle will attempt to record their first home points of the season against a Port Vale side who have suffered back-to-back 3-1 losses in the league. 

Jeff predicts: Carlisle 1 Port Vale 1 – The Cumbrians conceded 17 in four home games so Vale should get something.

Crawley v Gillingham
Crawley look to build on their 2-0 win at Peterborough when a Gillingham side, who are without a goal in 230 minutes of Sky Bet League One football, visit Broadfield Stadium.

Jeff predicts: Crawley 2 Gillingham 0 – Martin Allen’s boys kept waiting for first league win.

Crewe v Peterborough
Crewe are unbeaten at home this season but their visitors have scored 14 goals in their three away games in all competitions.

Jeff predicts: Crewe 1 Peterborough 3 – Crewe don’t do clean sheets, Posh score for fun.

Rotherham v Sheffield United
This South Yorkshire derby sees unbeaten Rotherham play host to a Sheffield United side looking to record their first win on the road this season.

Jeff predicts: Rotherham 2 Sheffield United 1 – Rotherham to earn first league win over United since 1981.

Tranmere v Stevenage
Tranmere will attempt to treat the Prenton Park faithful to a first home league win against Stevenage, who have scored exactly one goal in their last three games in all competitions.

Jeff predicts: Tranmere 1 Stevenage 0 – Stevenage might struggle to get anything at Prenton Park.

Why not test yourself against other Notts County fans and enter the Magpies’ Super 6 league using this code: 4GPV5G 

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