Soccer Saturday Super 6 stat pack: Chance to win £250k with six correct scores
Key stats and form with £250k up for grabs
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 11/10/18 5:22pm
Another Soccer Saturday Super 6 £250,000 jackpot is up for grabs and we have compiled a stat pack to boost your chances of winning.
There have been three Super 6 rounds since Jeff Stelling gave away the jackpot prize, and by predicting six correct scorelines, you can make him do so again.
Six Sky Bet League One matches make up this weekend's line-up. From the form guide to the main men, get your lowdown here…
Accrington Stanley v Bradford City
Key stat: The hosts have lost just one of their last 11 encounters with Bradford, while David Hopkin's side have gone four visits without a win at the Crown Ground.
Form: John Coleman's team currently sit a point outside the play-offs and had their 11-match unbeaten run ended at Shrewsbury last time out. The Bantams sit in the relegation zone with only one win in six, losing to Sunderland at home in an ill-disciplined match.
Main men: Billy Kee and Sean McConville have nine goals and three assists between them and plenty to trouble the Bradford backline, while Jack Payne has been the stand-out player for the visitors, notching four goals in what is a slow start to the season.
Best backed: 1-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
AFC Wimbledon v Portsmouth
Key stat: AFC Wimbledon have lost three successive league games to the visitors, while Portsmouth have won five of the six Sky Bet League One games in which they have scored first, drawing the other with Doncaster 0-0.
Form: This weekend's hosts have lost seven of their last nine league games, conceding 16 goals in that time. Pompey are sitting three points ahead of the pack at the top of the table but saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end at home to Gillingham.
Main men: Joe Pigott has recorded four goals thus far for the hosts, while Brett Pitman has directly contributed to four of Portsmouth's last five goals.
Best backed: 0-1 (13/2 with Sky Bet)
Coventry v Wycombe
Key stat: Coventry coach Mark Robins has drawn three of his six managerial clashes with Wycombe, while the visitors have drawn three of their six league away games so far.
Form: Three points separate the two sides as they head into this clash on Saturday, with the Sky Blues coming into the match off the back of an impressive away win at Charlton. Gareth Ainsworth's side have only lost one in five but registered a victory over Burton last weekend.
Main men: Amadou Bakayoko registered two goals within 10 minutes to salvage all three points for Coventry against Charlton, whereas Adebayo Akinfenwa has netted in three successive matches for the Chairboys.
Best backed: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
Fleetwood v Shrewsbury
Key stat: The hosts have lost just one of five meeting against Shrewsbury, while they are without a win in 10 league away games, excluding the play-offs.
Form: Fleetwood are unbeaten in two matches and sit 10th, dispatching an in-form Doncaster side 4-0. The Shrews are unbeaten in three and on a resurgence with only one defeat in seven.
Main men: Paddy Madden has struck six goals in six starts against Shrewsbury, while Ched Evans has hit six for the season. Lee Angol and Greg Docherty have contributed to four of their last six goals for John Askey's team.
Best backed: 2-0 (10/1 with Sky Bet)
Burton Albion v Bristol Rovers
Key stat: Five of these six fixtures has resulted in a home win yet Burton's largest ever defeat in the EFL was at the hands of Bristol Rovers, losing 7-1.
Form: The hosts have failed to register a win in three matches, losing their last two and beaten by Wycombe in their last outing. Rovers are also winless in three and lost at Walsall last time out.
Main men: Liam Boyce has directly contributed to 58 per cent of Burton's goals this season with five goals and two assists, a higher percentage than any other player in Sky Bet League One this year. Up against him will be Tony Craig who, despite their current run, has featured in their last three games and has only conceded one goal, playing left-back and centre-back.
Best backed: 2-1 (17/2 with Sky Bet)
Gillingham v Southend
Key stat: Southend have just the solitary win in their last 10 visits to Gillingham in all competitions.
Form: The Gills ended a nine-match winless run by beating table-toppers Portsmouth 2-0 in their last match, claiming their third win of the season in the process. The Shrimpers had won three in succession until they drew 0-0 with Oxford, with the run seeing them move up to 11th in the Sky Bet League One table.
Main men: Tom Eaves has netted six goals this campaign, scoring once every 128 minutes for the hosts. Steven McLaughlin has been directly involved in four goals for Southend in his last three appearances against Gillingham.
Best backed: 0-1 (15/2 with Sky Bet)