Super 6: Man Utd to thump Aston Villa as Everton and Newcastle's woes continue, predicts Jeff Stelling
Last Updated: 16/04/16 4:04pm
Jeff Stelling is back with his Soccer Saturday Super 6 advice, with £250,000 up for grabs for predicting six correct scores.
With just four 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, there's two Sky Bet Championship games to provide predictions for, as high-flying Burnley heading to Birmingham while play-off candidates Sheffield Wednesday and Ipswich clash at Hillsbrough.
Here's what Jeff makes of the most popular Super 6 predictions so far...
Everton v Southampton
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (25%)
Southampton have a rotten record at Goodison Park, losing eight of their last 10 visits, but it has been by no means a fortress this season.
Everton have just four home wins (only Aston Villa have less), and with the Saints still in with a decent chance of a European place, I fancy them to heap further league misery on Roberto Martinez.
Jeff predicts: 1-2
Manchester United v Aston Villa
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 3-0 (40%)
Three per cent have gone for Aston Villa to get a result and I'd love to know their thinking! They've only won twice here in their last 55 visits and it could be the case that they're already relegated, as Norwich just need a point from the early game.
United don't score many goals but you can't help but be impressed with Marcus Rashford, while they've got Wayne Rooney back and Anthony Martial is increasingly looking a threat.
Jeff predicts: 4-0
Newcastle v Swansea
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (23%)
I think if Newcastle fail to win, then that's them done and dusted. There's hope, in that they've got goals in them at St James' Park, scoring more than Manchester United at home and only one less than Arsenal this season.
However, Swansea have never lost at St James' and have won on their last three visits, while they were excellent in beating Chelsea last weekend, so I'm going for an away win.
Jeff predicts: 1-2
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West Brom v Watford
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (31%)
The one certainty here is that it's going to be a low-scoring affair. All of West Brom's wins this season have been by a single-goal margin, and Watford have failed to net in eight of their last 12 Premier League games.
Both sides have had good seasons in their own way and I think one goal will settle it, with West Brom extending a 21-year unbeaten league record against Watford.
Jeff predicts: 1-0
Birmingham v Burnley
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-2 (35%)
I don't think there will be much in this one either. We're starting to see signs that the pressure is beginning to get to this Burnley side, with two draws and a narrow win heading into the weekend.
However, there's not much for Birmingham - who are nine points off the play-offs after losing to Leeds - to play for and I think it might be difficult for Gary Rowett to motivate them.
Jeff predicts: 0-1
Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (24%)
Wednesday threw in an absolute shocker at Bristol City last weekend and haven't beaten a side in the top eight this season.
However, they only have one defeat in their last 19 home games and Ipswich are in no form at all, scoring just once and picking up two points from their last four games.
Jeff predicts: 2-1