Soccer Saturday Super 6 stat pack: £250k up for grabs
Key stats and main men for this weekend's matches
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 21/02/19 6:08pm
Another Saturday round, another £250,000 there for the taking - boost your chances of winning with our Super 6 stat pack.
Jeff Stelling has only given away his £250,000 once in 31 game weeks, but he has given away more than £2m since the Super 6 rounds started this season.
Can you land the jackpot prize on Saturday? Just the predict the correct scorelines from the two Premier League games and four Sky Bet Championship matches to win. From the form guide to the main men, get your lowdown here…
Bournemouth v Wolves
Key stat: Bournemouth have not lost a home league game against Wolves (W2, D1) and have earned 73 per cent of their Premier League points at home (24/33).
Form: Bournemouth have won their last two home games by an aggregate scoreline of 6-0, though they have lost their two Premier League games by an aggregate scoreline of 5-0, putting them in 11th place. Nuno Espirito Santo's side are unbeaten in four (W3, D1) which has seen them rise to seventh in the table, scoring three or more in three of those matches.
Main men: Josh King has scored in each of his last two Premier League home games for Bournemouth, while he has scored eight altogether this season. Raul Jimenez has contributed to 14 goals this season for Wolves, scoring nine and assisting five.
Best backed: 2-1 (10/1 with Sky Bet)
Newcastle v Huddersfield
Key stat: Newcastle have lost once in 11 home league games against Huddersfield, who have failed to record a win when they have kicked off on a Saturday at 3pm (D5, L12).
Form: Newcastle have only one loss from their last four matches and drew with Wolves in their last outing, leaving them in 16th and one point above the relegation zone. Huddersfield are without a Premier League win in 13 (D1, L12) and are 14 points adrift of safety.
Main men: Miguel Almiron contributed to 24 goals in 37 appearances for Atlanta in the MLS (13 goals, 11 assists) and should make his first start in this fixture for Newcastle. Mathias Jorgensen is Huddersfield's top scorer with three goals during 2018/19, so could be pivotal in both attack and defence.
Best backed: 2-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)
Leeds v Bolton
Key stat: Leeds have won their last six matches against Bolton in all competitions and have beaten them twice already this campaign (Sky Bet Championship and Carabao Cup), while Bolton have lost on their last four visits to Elland Road.
Form: Leeds only have three wins from eight, though they returned to winning ways against Swansea and can go back to the top of the league if they win their game in hand next week. Bolton lost 4-0 to Norwich in their last match and have only registered one win from nine as they sit three points from safety.
Main men: With Kemar Roofe's injury, Patrick Bamford will have to step up for Leeds. In just 271 minutes of action this campaign, he has contributed to three goals (two and one assist) and is averaging a goal involvement every 90.3 minutes. Josh Magennis has scored seven goals in all competitions for Bolton, over double of that of any other player.
Best backed: 3-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Millwall v Preston
Key stat: Millwall are unbeaten in their last three home matches against Preston, who are looking to complete a league double over Millwall for the first time since the 2005/06 season.
Form: Neil Harris' team have only lost once in their last five and recorded a 1-0 win at Derby during the week, lifting them to 19th. Preston remain unbeaten in six (W4, D2) and are 11th in the Sky Bet Championship.
Main men: Jed Wallace has scored Millwall's last two Sky Bet Championship goals, while Murray Wallace scored their winner in the FA Cup against Wimbledon and has kept four clean sheets from five in all competitions. Alan Browne has three goals in six for Preston and is their top scorer in all competitions this campaign with 11 goals.
Best backed: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
Norwich v Bristol City
Key stat: Norwich are without a loss in seven league meetings with Bristol City (W4, D3), who have failed to score in their two league visits to Carrow Road with Lee Johnson.
Form: Norwich have lost just one of their last eight and are the top the table following a 4-0 drubbing of Bolton in their last fixture. Bristol City are top of the form table following seven consecutive wins and an unbeaten run stretching to 13 matches, seeing them fill the last play-off place.
Main men: Teemu Pukki has scored in six consecutive Sky Bet Championship appearances and has 23 goals this term. Famara Diedhiou has three goals in his last six for Bristol City, including scoring their injury time winner from the spot against QPR.
Best backed: 3-1 (14/1 with Sky Bet)
Stoke v Aston Villa
Key stat: Stoke have just the solitary loss in their last seven league encounters with Aston Villa (W5, D1), who have taken only one point from their last four league matches against Stoke (D1, L3).
Form: Stoke are winless in five games and have only won once in 10 games, though they have remained in 17th place. Dean Smith's side have not won in four and lost to local rivals West Brom last time out, putting them nine points outside the play-off places.
Main men: James McClean netted just his second goal of the campaign in Stoke's draw with Ipswich, though he has recorded six assists this season. Aston Villa have failed to find the net in three of their last four Sky Bet Championship matches and will rely on Tammy Abraham to scored, which he has done 20 times so far this season.
Best backed: 0-0 (10/1 with Sky Bet)