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WhichBookie football analyst Liam Johnson provides his Super6 tips for Round 32 below.
|Super 6 Tips Round 32|
|Burnley vs Leicester||Away||1-2|
|Wolves vs Southampton||Draw||1-1|
|Norwich vs Everton||Away||0-1|
|Newcastle vs Watford||Draw||1-1|
|QPR vs West Brom||Draw||2-2|
|Fulham vs Bristol City||Home||2-0|
|Golden Goal Prediction||6th Minute|
|Accumulator Odds||248/1||Place Bet|
Date of Tips: 11/01/2022
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (14:11 11/01/2022) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Our Super 6 tips are provided by WhichBookie football analyst Liam Johnson on a weekly basis and are usually published by midday Friday.
Liam also provides free football betting tips each week for WhichBookie readers. You can view Liam’s latest football tips by clicking here.
Super 6 is a free-to-play football prediction game where players can win up to £250,000 each week by predicting the scores of six football matches. There is a new round each week with weekly prizes as well as a season-long competition for all players.
To play Super 6, you must either have a Sky Bet or Sky Fantasy Football login. You can use either of these logins to log into your Super 6 account and submit your predictions. You can either log in and play through the Super 6 website or download the Super 6 app which we fully recommend doing.
Make Your Predictions
Once logged into your account, simply predict the score of the six nominated football matches in the upcoming round.
Golden Goal Prediction
As well as predicting the score of each of the six matches, you must also submit a Golden Goal prediction. This is your prediction of the minute of the first goal scored in any of the six matches. Golden Goal predictions are only used in the event of a tie breaker (where more than one player correctly predicts all six scores).
Don’t Forget To Challenge Jeff
Last but not least, you have the option to ‘Challenge Jeff’. Each round, Jeff Stelling will make his Super 6 predictions and if you score more points than Jeff and have remembered to challenge him, you’ll be in with the chance to win £500 cash! Each player who challenges and beats Jeff will be included in the prize draw.
After making your predictions, click on the ‘Submit’ button and sit back and wait for the results to come in.
After submitting your Super 6 predictions, you can make changes to them right up until the first of the six games kicks off.
The player who accumulates the most points in each round is deemed the winner. Points are collected based on the full time result of the below criteria.
You can score a maximum of 5 points per game.
You can track how many points you have collected in-play or once all games have finished via the Super 6 website or app. Last minute goals often decide the winners so it’s an exciting 90 minutes for all Super 6 players.
There are three ways you can win a prize in each Super 6 round.
If you correctly predict the scores of all 6 games in a round of Super 6, you will win a share of the £250,000 prize pool.
If more than one player correctly predicts all six scores, the quarter of a million pounds jackpot prize will be awarded to the player who submitted the closest Golden Goal prediction.
If more than one player correctly predicts all six scores and have the same minute for their Golden Goal prediction, the £250,000 is split equally between them.
As well as a £250,000 jackpot prize, there is also a weekly prize of £5,000 which is awarded to the player who scores the highest number of points in any given round. Players do not need to correctly predict all six scores to win this prize.
If more than one player ends the round with the same number of points, the £5,000 prize will be awarded to the player with the closest Golden Goal prediction. If the players have the same prediction, the prize is equally split.
A ‘Get 5 Bonus’ is awarded to the winner of the Weekly Competition should they correctly predict five scores. The bonus is £1,000 on top of the £5,000 weekly cash prize.