£200k up for grabs with Super 6

With £200k up for grabs in Super 6 this weekend, we call upon Sky Sports experts to help us land the jackpot.

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Super 6: Predict six correct scores to win the £100k jackpot

Super 6: Predict six correct scores to win the £100k jackpot

With £200k up for grabs in this week's Super 6 rollover, we call on the expertise of Jamie Redknapp, Jeff Stelling, Ed Chamberlin, Dale Tempest and Opta to help land the jackpot.

Arsenal v Reading

Opta: Arsenal have won all 11 of their previous competitive meetings with Reading, including two wins already this season, scoring 23 in their last five, while Reading have lost five successive Premier League games.

Reverse fixture result:

Jeff Stelling predicts: Arsenal 3 Reading 0 - "No dream start for Adkins I'm afraid."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: Arsenal 3-1 Reading - "It's going to be a tough start for Adkins."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: Arsenal 2 Reading 0 -"The Gunners are banker of the weekend."

Manchester City v Newcastle

Opta: Manchester City have won 10 and drawn two of their last 12 Premier League matches against the Magpies and will be looking for their seventh successive PL victory over them in this game, while only Reading (5) have won fewer points away from home in the Premier League this term than Alan Pardew's men (8).

Reverse fixture result: Newcastle 1 Manchester City 2

Jeff Stelling predicts: Manchester City 2 Newcastle 0 - "Seven in a row for City against the Magpies."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: Man City 1-1 Newcastle - "City's stuttering form to continue."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: Man city 3 Newcastle 1 - "City to get back on track."

Southampton v Chelsea

Opta: Chelsea are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League games against Southampton (W4 D3) while both teams have scored in each of the last four encounters between these sides.

Reverse fixture result: Chelsea 2 Southampton 2

Jeff Stelling predicts: Southampton 0 Chelsea 2 - "Chelsea will fancy their chances having scored five here in the FA Cup."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: Southampton 1-1 Chelsea - "Saints strong at home and can put a dent in the Blues' top-four battle."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: Southampton 2 Chelsea 2 - "The Saints are in good form at home and can trouble Rafael Benitez's men."

Swansea v Tottenham

Opta: Tottenham have won three and drawn one of their last four competitive meetings with Swansea, including a 1-0 victory earlier this season, while only Manchester United (32) have won more points away from home in the Premier League this season than Tottenham Hotspur (26).

Reverse fixture result: Tottenham 1 Swansea 0

Jeff Stelling predicts: Swansea 1 Spurs 1 - "One point is really not enough for stuttering Spurs but that's all I'm expecting them to collect here."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: Swansea 1-2 Tottenham - "Spurs to get back on track with a vital win here."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: Swansea 1 Tottenham 1 - "Tottenham looking tired and will slip up again."

West Ham v West Brom

Opta: The last four Premier League meetings between these two sides have ended in a draw, while West Brom have won only four of their 38 Premier League trips to London.

Reverse fixture result: West Brom 0 West Ham 0

Jeff Stelling predicts: West Ham 1 West Brom 0 - "Hammers have scored in 20 of 21 home league games but one will be enough against the Baggies."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: West Ham 2-1 West Brom - "I can see the home side to edging this once."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: West Ham 1 West Brom 1 - "Both sides would settle for a point."

Wigan v Norwich

Opta: Wigan have never defeat Norwich in the Premier League while both sides have scored in each of the previous three meetings between these sides.

Reverse fixture result: Norwich 2 Wigan 1

Jeff Stelling predicts: Wigan 2 Norwich 1 - "With only two clean sheets in 48 away for City in the Premier League it's difficult to look past the hosts."

Ed Chamberlin predicts: Wigan 2-0 Norwich - "The escape artists to be at it again."

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest predicts: Wigan 2 Norwich 1 - "Three more valuable points for Wigan in their latest great escape."

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