Soccer Saturday Super 6 stat pack: £250k up for grabs
Key stats and main men with £250k to be won
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 07/02/19 2:02pm
Another Saturday, another £250,000 there for the taking - boost your chances of winning with our Super 6 stat pack.
Jeff Stelling has not had to shell out in 27 game weeks, after paying out more than £2m since the Super 6 rounds started this season.
Can you land the jackpot prize on Saturday?Just predict the six correct scorelines from the five Premier League matches and one Sky Bet Championship game to win.
From the form guide to the main men, get your lowdown here...
Crystal Palace v West Ham
Key stat: Crystal Palace are without a win in their last seven Premier League encounters with West Ham (D3, L4), who have won three of their last four away games at Palace and have recorded three successive wins in Premier League London derbies.
Form: Roy Hodgson's side have only lost two of their last nine and are unbeaten in two after they beat Fulham 2-0 last weekend, lifting Palace up to 14th. West Ham demonstrated another resolute home performance as they drew 1-1 with Liverpool thanks to a Michail Antonio equaliser. Manuel Pellegrini's team are now in 12th position.
Main men: Wilfried Zaha has got two goals and one assist in his last four appearances for Crystal Palace and returns from suspension, searching to link up with new signing Michy Batshuayi. West Ham will hope Robert Snodgrass can repeat his recent form against Palace, contributing to three goals in his last two against them.
Best backed: 1-2 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
Huddersfield v Arsenal
Key stat: Arsenal are unbeaten in 11 competitive matches with Huddersfield (W9, D2), who have lost their last six Premier League home games.
Form: Huddersfield are winless in 12 Premier League matches, failing to score in their last four, and are13 points adrift of safety. Unai Emery saw his side fall to Manchester City which ended their two-match winning run and now place them in sixth, three points behind fourth.
Main men: Mathias Jorgensen has scored two of Huddersfield's last five goals and will be pivotal in preventing Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from finding the net, which they have done on 24 occasions this campaign.
Best backed: 0-2 (7/1 with Sky Bet)
Liverpool v Bournemouth
Key stat: Liverpool have just the solitary loss in 15 meetings with Bournemouth (W10, D3) and have not tasted defeat in their last 33 Premier League home games (W23, D10).
Form: Liverpool have failed to win in two, following up their 1-1 draw against Leicester with the same scoreline away to West Ham, allowing Manchester City to move ahead of them in the title race. Bournemouth are mid-table after registering impressive wins over West Ham and Chelsea, keeping a clean sheet in both, despite losing out to Cardiff last weekend.
Main men: Liverpool's Sadio Mane has scored in each of his last three Premier League matches, while Bournemouth's Josh King has hit three in three, as many as he had struck in his previous 14 in the competition.
Best backed: 3-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Southampton v Cardiff
Key stat: Southampton have drawn three of their last five matches, while Cardiff are unbeaten in two matches against Southampton.
Form: Southampton are unbeaten in five under Ralph Hasenhuttl and have only lost three in the 10 matches he has taken charge of, yet his side are in 16th place and two points above the relegation zone. Cardiff were winless in four but recorded a 2-0 win over Bournemouth to put them two points away from safety in 17th.
Main men: Nathan Redmond has directly contributed to five goals in his last 10 league games (three goals, two assists) after none in the 15 prior to this. Bobby Reid claimed both of Cardiff's goals against Bournemouth to double his tally for the season.
Best backed: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Watford v Everton
Key stat: Watford are unbeaten in three against Everton and have drawn four of their last seven Premier League encounters, with Everton losing just two of the last 11 Premier League meetings with Watford.
Form: Javi Gracia's team have only one loss from six and drew 0-0 at Brighton in their last outing, leapfrogging their weekend opponents to move them into eighth. Everton have two wins from six and were seen off by Manchester City on Wednesday, compounding Marco Silva's team to back-to-back defeats.
Main men: Ben Foster made four saves for Watford against Brighton as he kept his second clean sheet in three Premier League games. Foster will be aware of the threat that Gylfi Sigurdsson and Richarlison will pose, scoring five goals collectively in Everton's last nine matches.
Best backed: 1-0 (15/2 with Sky Bet)
Derby v Hull
Key stat: Derby have not lost in five league games against Hull (W4, D1), keeping four clean sheets in that time, while Hull have lost their last two away games at Derby by an aggregate score of 9-0.
Form: Frank Lampard's team drew with Preston last time out and have only lost one in five, although they are now in seventh and outside the play-off places on goal difference. Hull can cut the points between these two sides to one with a win and come into the contest off the back of a 2-0 victory over Stoke, only losing one out of their last 12.
Main men: Harry Wilson has scored three in his last six Sky Bet Championship matches and has netted seven league goals from outside the box, two more than any other player. Jarrod Bowen sparked interest from a number of clubs in the January transfer window and it is easy to see why, with Bowen finding the net nine times from his last seven league fixtures.
Best backed: 3-2 (25/1 with Sky Bet)