By Oliver Liebscher @ 2020-09-06 13:14:28
With the new Premier League season just around the corner now is the perfect time to start studying our Sky Super 6 Tips. It’s free to enter with a top prize of £250,000… you’d be mad not to give it a go!
Firstly, let’s cover some FAQs:
It’s very simple - predict six exact scores correctly and win £250,000
Yes. The only caveat is the prize can only be won by one person. So, in the event of a tie, the winner is decided based on which player's Golden Goal predictions is closest to the actual time of the first goal.
When making your selections you will be asked for your ‘Golden Goal Prediction’ - this is your estimate of when you think the first goal will be scored in all of your selected six matches. This will only be used in the event of a tiebreak.
Super Six only uses games from UK leagues. Don’t worry, you won’t be expected to predict the outcome of some unheard of Eastern European league. Typically the matches are from the Premier League, Championship and League 1.
It’s impossible to say exactly what the odds are as this depends on your football knowledge and the selections you make. However, keep in mind that a single exact score bet is usually around 5/1 to 7/1 odds… a 6-fold accumulator of 5/1 odds works out as 46,656/1. Not exactly like playing the Euromillions, but definitely not a sure bet!
Super Six is great considering it’s free, however, your chances of winning are very low. Plus, the fact that you could predict all six games correctly only to lose on Golden Goal is quite a painful thought.
The advantages of accumulator bets over Sky Super Six:
Check out SuperHotTips’s Accumulator Tips
It’s very common that no one actually wins the £250,000 jackpot. If no one wins the jackpot, Sky gives £5,000 to the player with the highest points.
Now you’re all up to speed on how Super 6 works, let’s take a look at what you can do to improve your chances of winning:
We all love to hypothesise about football results, however, here are some tips that can give you that extra edge:
If you have a big win or simply would like to comment on some of the tips above, let us know. We always love to hear feedback!
When a new manager is appointed that team will likely win or draw their first game. Players perform to try and impress the new manager.
Important games are often very tight. Neither team wants to over commit, so don't expect a clear winner or lots of goals.