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bet365’s 6 Scores Challenge: How would you like to have a free go at winning £250,000 just by correctly predicting Six Premier League scores?

It’s all Premier League fixtures for this weekend’s free-to-play predictor game with players going for that top prize of a quarter of a million pounds, featuring the likes of Arsenal v Liverpool, and Man United v West Ham.

Six Premier League games stand between players and winning a share of £250,000. The price to play is zero, yet you could be working away with life-changing money from correctly predicting six correct scores.

6 Scores Challenge

Off the back of the midweek edition of our 6 Scores Challenge, it was a difficult week as only seven of our predictors managed to get four correct scores correct, leaving them two shy of the top prize.

Fortunately, the magnificent seven all benefited from consolation prizes as they secured a share of the £10,000 pot for players with four correct picks, while Hundreds more players managed to secure a share of the £5,000 prizepot after getting three correct predictions.

Arsenal’s trip to the City Ground proved to be the most successful outcome predicted in our midweek game. The Gunners managed to narrowly win 2-1 when they faced Nottingham Forest, which filled over 33,000 players with hope on their 6 Scores Challenge.

Less success was had at Anfield as Chelsea travelled to face Liverpool. A closer game predicted by the players, perhaps, as Liverpool dominated Chelsea to claim a big 4-1 win at home. Klopp’s side gave themselves some breathing room at the top of the league as less than 1,500 players managed to foresee a 4-1 scoreline.

6 Scores Challenge: Saturday 3rd February

Saturday 3rdFeb – 15:00Brighton v Crystal Palace
Saturday 3rdFeb – 15:00Newcastle v Luton
Saturday 3rdFeb – 17:30Sheff Utd v Aston Villa
Sunday 4thFeb – 14:00Chelsea v Wolves
Sunday 4thFeb – 14:00Man Utd v West Ham
Sunday 4thFeb – 16:30Arsenal v Liverpool

Although we were without anyone to win the top prize with six correct scores, or even achieve five correct scores; players have warmed up ahead of the weekend edition of the 6 Scores Challenge. Can anyone bounce back to get within touching distance of the £250,000 jackpot prize available?

It’s an equal share between Saturday and Sunday for this weekend’s games, starting with the first two fixtures kicking off at 15:00 when Brighton host Crystal Palace at The Amex, and Luton make the journey North to face Eddie Howe’s Newcastle.

In the final Saturday game, the evening’s 17:30 kick off, Sheffield United will need to dust themselves off once again as they welcome fifth place Aston Villa.

Sunday’s three fixtures begin at 14:00, where Manchester United will hope to make life easier for themselves when they face West Ham. The team who pushed Man United in the week were Wolves, who will head to London to face Chelsea at 14:00 also.

The final 6 Scores Challenge fixture will see one of the biggest games of the weekend play out when Arsenal look to take their shot at table-topping Liverpool. Klopp’s men have played one more game than Man City in second, but three points will be imperative for both sides as they have eyes on a title challenge.

The free-to-play game gives customers the chance to win cash prizes by predicting the scores of six football matches, every week. The premise is very simple… yet the reward could be huge!

View all 6 Scores Challenge fixtures below. Don’t forget, all is not lost if you fall short on one or two results, bet365 will also be offering prizes for three, four and five correct results.

6 Scores Challenge Prizes

  • Three correct scores – a share of £5,000
  • Four correct scores – a share of £10,000
  • Five correct scores – a share of £20,000
  • Six correct scores – a share of up to £250,000

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Brighton v Crystal Palace | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here

The most important worry for Brighton going into this one will be that they haven’t been able to register a goal in their last three Premier League games. They can have confidence in their home form, where they’ve only lost once, but Crystal Palace are consistent both home and away. Palace will look to their talismen once more, with Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise providing match-winning impact in their last game. They’ve added Adam Wharton to their ranks also, and the highly-rated midfielder could feature to make Brighton winless in four league matches.

Newcastle v Luton | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here

Newcastle have finally got the pressure off their shoulders after ending a poor league run of four straight losses. They’ll be confident after the much-need win meant they were the first side to break Aston Villa’s imperious home form, and hand Unai Emery’s men their first home loss of the season. Rob Edwards’ Luton will be upbeat having moved out of the relegation zone on goal difference. One loss across their last five league games, picking up 10 points along the way, will give them the belief they can repeat their 1-0 win over Newcastle from December’s game.

Sheff United v Aston Villa | Saturday 17:30 | Make your prediction here

Ben Brereton Diaz’s start to life at The Blades will have them full of confidence against a Villa side who are beginning to stumble having only won once in their last five league games. Although Chris Wilder’s men will be desperate for all three points, it wouldn’t be too damaging should they repeat their 1-1 draw with Villa from earlier in the season.

Villa’s aforementioned stumbling form has fortunately not meant their Champions League, or even title hopes, are rubbished. They’re only eight points off of Liverpool in first, and currently on the same points as Spurs in fourth spot. A win would see Emery’s side in a position to kick back into gear.

Chelsea v Wolves | Sunday 14:00 | Make your prediction here

Before losing to Liverpool this week, Poch’s Chelsea had great momentum as they’d secured a spot in the EFL Cup Final and claimed three wins out of three. The last loss in the league had come against, you guessed it, Wolves. Can Christopher Nkunku’s return to the team be the catalyst in getting revenge? Wolves were one of the favourites to go down at the start of this season, and it’s hard to ignore just how well Gary O’Neil has done with the team. The 4-3 loss to Man United ends a seven game unbeaten run for Wolves, and they’ve already proven they can better Chelsea before if the United loss is an anomaly.

Manchester Utd v West Ham | Sunday 14:00 | Make your prediction here

Manchester United haven’t done things easy this season, often being in the headlines for various reasons on and off the pitch. After the recent media attention surrounding Marcus Rashford, Eric ten Hag will be thankful it is put to bed after the player scored in an entertaining 4-3 win against Wolves in the week. West Ham continue to punch above their weight as they sit in sixth place, one place above Man United. They will stay above the Red Devils if they avoid a defeat, which they managed already this season after a 2-0 win gave Moyes’ side all three points.

Arsenal v Liverpool | Sunday 16:30 | Make your prediction here

Arguably the headline football fixture of the weekend. Arsenal have only lost once at home, Liverpool have only lost once away. It’s no surprise to see that Liverpool are top of the pile at the minute, having last dropped points to Arsenal last month, and have since won four out of four; scoring 14 goals across them four wins. Arsenal have seemingly calmed themselves after briefly stumbling with two back-to-back losses. Since then, they have responded with two straight wins in the league, with one of those a convincing 5-0 win over Crystal Palace. Will they be able to blow the current leaders away at the Emirates?

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Will Jackson

Will Jackson

Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media, latterly a PR manager before moving into the content world with the group. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan.