Soccer Saturday Super 6 stat pack: £250k up for grabs
Key stats and form guide with £250k there for the taking
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 09/01/19 1:19pm
Super 6 hosts its second round of 2019 with £250,000 up for grabs! Boost your chances of winning with our stat pack.
Since the Super 6 campaign began, Jeff Stelling has given way more than £10m, but he has not had to shell out in 22 gameweeks. Can you land the jackpot prize?
Just predict the six correct scorelines from the five Premier league games and one Sky Bet Championship fixture to win. From the form guide to the main men, get your lowdown here...
Brighton v Liverpool
Key stat: Brighton have lost their last six matches in all competitions against Liverpool, while the last five fixtures between these two sides at the Amex Stadium have featured 25 goals.
Form: Chris Hughton's team are currently enjoying a three-match unbeaten run, with draws against West Ham and Arsenal and victory against Everton. Liverpool saw their hopes of an invincible season come to an end as they were defeated by title rivals Manchester City last week, but remain top of the table by four points.
Main men: Mohamed Salah has directly contributed to four goals in his last three Premier League games against Brighton (two goals, two assists), while Roberto Firmino has scored four in his last two, equalling his tally for the first 19 in the Premier League. Jurgen Locadia has netted two in is last three for Brighton.
Best backed: 0-2 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
Burnley v Fulham
Key stat: Burnley have drawn six of their last 13 Premier League matches against sides in the relegation zone, while Fulham are the only side yet to win away from home this campaign (D2, L9).
Form: Sean Dyche has seen an upturn in form for his side with two successive wins against West Ham and Huddersfield moving them up to 16th in the table. Sitting four points behind them in 19th is Fulham, who have only mustered one win from eight since Claudio Ranieri won his first game in charge against Southampton.
Main men: Chris Wood has scored in each of his last two Premier League matches, bettering his total for his previous 19 in the league. Aleksandar Mitrovic has netted eight of Fulham's 19 Premier League goals and must start to hit top form again if they are to get out of danger.
Best backed: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
Cardiff v Huddersfield
Key stat: Cardiff are unbeaten in 10 matches against Huddersfield in all competitions (W7, D3), with the visitors winless in their last 13 competitive fixtures against Welsh opposition.
Form: Cardiff have lost one of their last three, putting them just outside of the drop zone. David Wagner's team have now lost eight Premier League games in a row - their worst ever run in league football - as they occupy bottom spot, six points from safety.
Main men: Victor Camarasa has scored Cardiff's last two goals, one in the win over Leicester and the other in a defeat to Manchester United. Mathias Jorgensen is Huddersfield's top scorer with three goals, and will be important in both defending and attacking set-pieces for his side.
Best backed: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Crystal Palace v Watford
Key stat: Crystal Palace have recorded five victories in their last seven matches against Watford and have kept four clean sheets at home this term, only bettered by Liverpool and Chelsea.
Form: Roy Hodgson's team have only lost one in five (W3, D1), while Watford have only lost one in six (W2, D3), with both sides losing to Chelsea in their recent respective runs. Crystal Palace have kept three clean sheets in that time, placing them in 14th, with Watford in eighth.
Main men: Luka Milivojevic has scored in each of Crystal Palace's last three victories, while Jordan Ayew has scored in his last two in all competitions, with both coming in the last 10 minutes of matches. Troy Deeney has been directly involved with four goals in as many games (three goals, one assist), more than in his previous 23 in the Premier League.
Best backed: 1-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)
Leicester v Southampton
Key stat: Leicester have drawn four of their 12 home Premier League matches against Southampton with just the solitary loss (W7), while the last three meetings between these two at the King Power Stadium have ended goalless.
Form: Claude Puel's side have won three of their last four games, putting them in seventh. Southampton responded to two consecutive losses by holding Chelsea to a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge, but are still two points from safety.
Main men: Jamie Vardy has directly contributed to five of Leicester's last eight league goals (four strikes, one assist), but will be up against Angus Gunn, who kept a clean sheet against Chelsea last time out. He could be the first Southampton goalkeeper to obtain two clean sheets from their first two appearances in the Premier League should he do so again in Saturday.
Best backed: 0-0 (17/2 with Sky Bet)
Wigan v Aston Villa
Key stat: The last three meetings between these two sides have ended in an Aston Villa win, who are unbeaten in their last eight games on the road against Wigan
Form: Wigan are winless in seven matches, failing to score in five those, which has seen Paul Cook's side drop to 20th position, just four points above the relegation zone. Aston Villa have suffered just one defeat in their last 11 league games (W5, D5), putting them five points adrift of a play-off spot.
Main men: Joe Garner has two in two for Wigan, bettering his tally for the previous 24 games in the league. Tammy Abraham rejected a loan move to Premier League Wolves and the Sky Bet Championship's top scorer will be itching to increase his goal haul at the DW Stadium.
Best backed: 0-3 (22/1 with Sky Bet)