Super 6 rollover

Soccer Saturday Super 6 is bolstering its prize money for every March round the jackpot isn't won.

Last Updated: 01/03/13 at 17:04

Jackpot to rollover £25,000 every week in the month

Soccer Saturday Super 6 will this month bolster its prize money by adding £25,000 to the jackpot for every round that the £100,000 isn't won.

As if that wasn't enough, the guaranteed pot of £5,000 for the most correct scores will rise by £1,000 each week in March, whether there's a jackpot winner or not!

By round 34, which closes March 30 at 3pm, the jackpot could be as high as £200,000 - if there are no winners - while at least one lucky entrant will benefit from a huge £9,000 guaranteed pot for the best effort.

To be in with a chance of winning the grand prize all you have to do is correctly predict the scores for six selected matches before 3pm this Saturday.

It's free to play, with this week's featured games taking place at Stamford Bridge, Goodison Park, Old Trafford, St Mary's, the Britannia Stadium and the Liberty Stadium.

Soccer Saturday presenter Jeff Stelling reckons Chelsea will benefit from the absence of West Brom's on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku, who is ineligible to play against his employers, with Jeff predicting a 2-0 win for the Blues.

He also expects Everton to beat Reading 1-0 with the Royals on a three-game losing streak, while he can foresee no problems for Manchester United at home to Norwich, predicting a 3-0 win for the hosts.

Meanwhile, Super Sunday host Ed Chamberlin believes Southampton will inflict more misery on QPR with a 3-1 win and predicts a goalless draw between Stoke and West Ham, while he's backing Newcastle to continue their resurgent run with a 2-1 win at Swansea.

So, over to you, what are your predictions? Make sure you enter before 3pm on Saturday for your chance to win, and, remember, it's completely free to play!

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