Soccer Special Super 6 highlights: £250k up for grabs
Key stats and form guide for the midweek matches
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 25/02/19 4:10pm
A whopping £250,000 is there for the taking - boost your chances of winning with our Super 6 highlights.
Jeff Stelling has only given away his £250,000 once in 32 game weeks, yet he has paid out more than £2m since the Super 6 rounds started this season.
Can you land the jackpot prize on Wednesday? Just predict the correct scorelines from the six Premier League matches to win. From the form guide to the main men, get your lowdown here...
Arsenal v Bournemouth
Key stat: Arsenal have won all four meetings against Bournemouth in all competitions by an aggregate scoreline of 11-1, who have suffered eight consecutive away league losses.
Form: Arsenal have one loss in four (Manchester City) as they continue their chase for a top four spot, which they currently occupy after a 2-0 win against Southampton at the weekend. Bournemouth are without a win in three as they scored and conceded with a penalty in their draw against Wolves.
Main men: Alexandre Lacazette has scored in each of his last two matches for Arsenal and has four in his last five. Although Josh King missed the chance to give Bournemouth all three points from the spot, he did score on his first try, which was also his fourth goal in five games
Best backed: 2-1 (15/2 with Sky Bet)
Southampton v Fulham
Key stat: Southampton are unbeaten in their last 19 home league matches against Fulham (W13, D6), who have failed to win on the road this campaign (W0, D2, L12).
Form: Southampton are winless in four matches and have been dragged down into the relegation zone, one point adrift of safety. Fulham squandered a one-goal lead against West Ham to suffer a third consecutive defeat and sixth defeat in seven, leaving them seven points behind their opponents an eight points behind Cardiff in 17th.
Main men: James Ward-Prowse has three goals in his last six for Southampton, his only goals for the season thus far. Ryan Babel scored his first goal for Fulham since returning to the Premier League and will be pivotal if the club are to complete the great escape.
Best backed: 1-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)
Chelsea v Tottenham
Key stat: Chelsea have only the solitary loss in their last 32 home games against Tottenham in all competitions (W20, D11), who have drawn nine of their last 24 matches with Chelsea.
Form: Chelsea have lost three of their last four Premier League games with an aggregate scoreline of 12-0, though they did thump Huddersfield 5-0 in between those fixtures. Tottenham saw their title hopes fade as they went down 2-1 to in-form Burnley, putting an end to their four-match win streak.
Main men: David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger kept Manchester City out for 120 minutes in the Carabao Cup final and will need a similar level of performance if they are to prevent Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son from firing, who have scored 26 Premier League goals between them this campaign. Kane scored on his return from injury against Burnley.
Best backed: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Liverpool v Watford
Key stat: Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six encounters with Watford (W5, D1), keeping four clean sheets and netting 20 goals in that time, while Jurgen Klopp's team have lost once in their last 26 home matches at Anfield in February in all competitions (W19, D6).
Form: Liverpool are unbeaten in six, though three of their last five matches have ended as draws. Their draw with Manchester United took them back to the top of the table, one point above Manchester City. Javi Gracia's side thrashed Cardiff 5-1 and moved up to seventh as a result, stretching their unbeaten run to three games.
Main men: Sadio Mane has hit four in five for Liverpool and has 12 Premier League goals this term, bettering his total for last season already. Gerard Deulofeu scored a hat-trick in Watford's win over Cardiff, equalling his tally for his first 19 matches of the season.
Best backed: 3-2 (28/1 with Sky Bet)
Manchester City v West Ham
Key stat: Manchester City have won all six of their meetings with West Ham in all competitions under Pep Guardiola, scoring 22 and conceding just three, while Man City have scored at least twice in each of their last 15 Premier League home games.
Form: Pep Guardiola's team have won three in a row, the last of which was the 6-0 drubbing of Chelsea. Since then they have advanced in the FA Cup, come from behind to beat Schalke with 10 men and won the Carabao Cup. West Ham also came from behind to beat Fulham last time out and are without a loss in three. Manuel Pellegrini saw his side move up to ninth with the win on Friday.
Main men: Sergio Aguero has two hat-tricks in his last three Premier League outings and has 17 during 2018/19, bettered by no other player in the league. Michail Antonio has scored two in three, including the leveller against league leaders Liverpool, and has contributed to six goals in his last 12 Premier League games (four goals, two assists).
Best backed: 3-0 (7/1 with Sky Bet)
Crystal Palace v Manchester United
Key stat: Following their goalless draw in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford, Crystal Palace are looking to avoid defeat in both league meetings with Manchester United in a single season for the first time since 1989/90 (W1, D1).
Form: Crystal Palace have not tasted defeat in four matches, recording an impressive 4-1 away win at Leicester in their last outing. Roy Hodgson and his side sit in 13th but are only four points off mid-table Bournemouth. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still unbeaten in the Premier League as caretaker manager of Manchester United (W8, D2). They are one point behind Arsenal in fourth as they continue their resurgence under Solskjaer.
Main men: Wilfried Zaha was back to his brilliant best as his double helped Crystal Palace dispatch Leicester - the Palace playmaker now has seven Premier League goals this term. Midfield general Luka Milivojevic scored his eight of the season to seal the result. David de Gea became the second Manchester United goalkeeper to keep 100 Premier League clean sheets after the Liverpool fixture (behind Peter Schmeichel - 112), and may be under fire with an injury-hit side facing off against a free-flowing Crystal Palace team.
Best backed: 2-1 (10/1 with Sky Bet)