Liverpool v Manchester United could determine a £1million jackpot winner in this week’s bet365 6 Scores Challenge!

In last weekend’s edition of the free-to-play 6 Scores Challenge, six players managed to do better than the rest as they shared the £10,000 prize pot having correctly predicted four correct scores.

Can players go one better, or even win the jackpot this time around?


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For those fortunate few who were able to take advantage of our consolation prizes, there were nearly fewer players who were able to guess Bournemouth would be Manchester United by three goals.

With the Bournemouth game likely the fixture that a lot of players incorrectly guessed, with only 31 out of over 200,000 players predicting right, it means £1million could be up for grabs just in time for the festive period.

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Achieving that huge prize starts with this Saturday’s fixtures when Chelsea v Sheffield United, and Man City v Crystal Palace, kick off proceedings at 15:00. Burnley complete Saturday’s selections as they welcome an in-form Everton side to Turf Moor for the 17:30 evening game.

Sunday’s games begin with two 14:00 kick offs, as second place Arsenal face Brighton at the Emirates Stadium, and Wolves travel to West Ham.

The weekend rightly climaxes as Liverpool and Manchester United face off at 16:30 in a big game, with the consequences for a 6 Scores Challenge jackpot winner having the potential to be even bigger!

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.

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Chelsea v Sheffield United | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here

The return of Chris Wilder seems to have had a positive impact on Sheffield United after a spirited performance against Liverpool was followed up by a crucial win against Brentford last weekend.

Although the honeymoon period of a new manager has no specific expiration date, Chelsea will be hoping to bring them back to reality as the London club go in need of a much needed win.

Chelsea need to get some momentum after two losses back-to-back, and you’d expect their quality to shine through against the league’s bottom side. Can Wilder keep the party going and make it two wins on the bounce?

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

Manchester City were made to sweat against Luton after two second half goals came within three minutes of each other to provide Pep’s team with a vital win; something they’d been without for four league games.

Up until the 75th minute, Palace were proving to be stubborn opposition before going down to ten men and losing 2-1 to Liverpool. Winless away since early November, it’ll be hard to pick three points up and give Man City their first home loss of the season.

With plenty of first team players being rested during the midweek European games, you’d imagine the home team to be refreshed and back to their best, unfortunately for Palace.

Burnley v Everton | Saturday 17:30 | Make your prediction here

Burnley have accumulated half of their total points tally this season across their last three games. They could make it two home wins in a row and look to kick-start their league campaign after getting the better of relegation rivals Sheffield United.

Sean Dyche seems to have turned a corner with Everton having won four of their last five games. Their points deduction would have been the last thing they needed, but it has somewhat galvanised the Toffees and driven them out of the relegation zone.

Eager to continue their momentum, Everton will be the side looking to continue their solid form. Burnley will remain in the drop zone for now, but a win keeps Saturday’s opponents close to the pack at the bottom.

Arsenal v Brighton | Sunday 14:00 | Make your prediction here

Arsenal’s loss to Aston Villa saw them drop down to second place, and Arteta will be focused on putting the pressure on new leaders Liverpool by winning and moving top. It could only be a 24 hour stay at top of the table if Liverpool beat Manchester United on Sunday, however.

Brighton continue to struggle away from home with only one win in their last five matches on the road. De Zerbi has seen his team pick up points in their last two games, but they’re conceding more goals than they’re scoring when not on home turf.

Arsenal’s potency could be too much as they have top of the league in their gaze, and if Brighton can’t keep goals out then they’ll struggle to rely on scoring them against the league’s joint-best defence.

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

David Moyes will be demanding a reaction after their 5-0 thumping at the hands of Fulham. Before that, West Ham had picked up a good win against Spurs, and should hope to edge a close game against Wolves.

Wolves have been on the wrong end of some VAR moments this season, but they’ve hardly shone away from the Molineux with two away wins. West Ham could have heavier legs from European competition, which might be the difference in this tight fixture.

Liverpool v Man United | Sunday 16:30 | Make your prediction here

Arguably the headline fixture of the weekend, in a game where the form book lacks accuracy. However, it’s hard to ignore Manchester United at the minute. After being knocked out of the Champions League, and being beat by Bournemouth, the result against Liverpool could well paint the bigger picture for their season.

Players have suggested there is no dressing room unrest, so can they cause the upset? Liverpool will certainly hope not after moving top of table last weekend. Anfield is yet to host a Liverpool loss this season too, which will only be added positives for Klopp’s side as they look to put their struggling rivals to the sword.

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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.