With England’s place in the competition already confirmed, the lacklustre break is now over and domestic action returns. With clubs now without interruption until March 2024′s international games, 6 Scores challenge players can come back with a bang and take out the £1million top prize this weekend.
Casting minds back to a fortnight ago, consolation prizes took centre stage after only 12 players out of over 250,000 managed to predict the massively entertaining 4-4 draw between Manchester City and Chelsea.
With Bournemouth’s 2-0 win against Newcastle also surprising the majority of the free-to-play 6 Scores challenge players, with less than 1% of players predicting the result, there’ll be an eagerness for redemption this weekend.
One day of action dominates the selection of games for this weekend’s edition of the free-to-play game, with all contests taking place on Saturday 25th November.
The 15:00 kick off games on Saturday will include Burnley v West Ham, Luton v Crystal Palace, Newcastle v Chelsea, Nottingham Forest v Brighton and Sheffield United v Bournemouth. At 17:30 on Saturday evening, Arsenal visit the Gtech Community Stadium to face Thomas Frank’s Brentford, which will conclude this week’s 6 Scores 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 £1,000,000
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Burnley v West Ham | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here
Burnley have struggled so far this season, and when you look at their home form where they’re yet to pick up a single point, It’s going to be a difficult ask for them to change anything against West Ham. David Moyes will have been relieved to beat Nottingham Forest 3-2, a result that gave them their first league win since the end of September. With that winning feeling back within the squad, you’d back them to beat Burnley quite comfortably.
Luton v Crystal Palace | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here
There’s an opportunity for Luton to take advantage of their new 17th position in the league after Everton’s points deduction. A narrow loss to Manchester United, and a draw against Liverpool, will have them looking at Crystal Palace as a game they can continue solid performances. Crystal Palace lost against Everton in their last game in an entertaining 3-2 back-and-forth. Luton have only picked up two points at home all season though, and you’d argue Palace have more quality in their side to edge the encounter.
Newcastle v Chelsea | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here
A massive fixture that perhaps headlines the 6 Scores Challenge fixtures for this weekend. Two draws, two wins, and one loss across the past five games for both sides gives this the potential to be another exciting game, especially when Chelsea are involved. Chelsea have scored 8 goals across the last two games against Spurs and Man City, and it could be the time to capitalise on Newcastle’s loss to Bournemouth.
Newcastle will remain above Chelsea even if they were to lose, but Eddie Howe’s eyes will be looking at a win to put them back on the fringes of the Champions League places. After looking fatigued pre-international break, will Newcastle be reinvigorated and return to winning ways?
Nottm Forest v Brighton | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here
It’s been a barren spell for Brighton as they’re without a win in six, and you feel The Seagulls could be suffering the same fate as many sides who have new European competition games to play. De Zerbi has done a fantastic job at the club, and the team’s identity has received multiple plaudits, but they’ll be looking to find some form, and three points. It’ll be a tough ask to take maximum points from Nottingham Forest as they remain one of few sides to remain unbeaten on home turf. Only five points from safety, Steve Cooper will want to use the fortress that is the City Ground to keep that blemish-free record.
Sheff Utd v Bournemouth | Saturday 15:00 | Make your prediction here
No one has conceded more goals than Sheffield United, with results like 0-8 and 0-5 probably not helping the cause. However, four points picked up from a win against Wolves, and a draw against Brighton, will give them a chance as they welcome fellow strugglers Bournemouth. Bournemouth’s only two wins have come in their last four games, which gives the impression that Andoni Iraola is beginning to make his mark at the club. With the club only four points better off than 18th place opponents Sheffield United, they’ll be eager to create some space between them.
Brentford v Arsenal | Saturday 17:30 | Make your prediction here
Brentford have only suffered one defeat at home this season, but have been made to suffer after conceding 10 goals in front of their own fans. They were recently on a high with nine points taken from three games, but a defeat to Liverpool could leave them in an exposed place against Arsenal. Third, and only a single point off top spot, you’d be backing Arteta’s side against Brentford. Regardless of the home side’s stubbornness, Arsenal are scoring healthily whilst not conceding many this season – a recipe for success. Three points separate the top five teams, and Arsenal will be confident in getting a win and keep their focus fixed on title contention once more.
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