For the second time this season, the free-to-play football prediction game is providing players an opportunity to land a life-changing cash prize by boosting the weekly jackpot to a staggering £1million.
Already this month the weekly £250,000 prize has been won by Cheshire farmer and Burnley fan Ed Houghton, while the previous £1million jackpot was almost landed with four players in contention heading into the late Saturday Night Football kick-off.
To be in with a chance of winning £1million all you have to do is correctly predict the scores for six selected matches on Saturday.
The fun starts with the four Premier League games at 1500 BST - Aston Villa v Everton, Liverpool v West Brom, Manchester United v Stoke and Norwich v Cardiff - plus the huge top-of-the-table Sky Bet Championship clash between Burnley and QPR.
The nerves will then be jangling for those still in the hunt for the top prize as the Saturday Night Football contest between Southampton and Fulham ends the competition
There's £10,000 guaranteed for the player with the most correct scores and if you get all six right you could win £1million.
We also have the Sporting Life League for you to join in the fun!
Nick Hext has already provided his selections and here are David's predictions for the matches so get involved for the chance to win big!
Aston Villa 1 Everton 2 Roberto Martinez has made a tremendous start with the Toffees and can claim another three points.
Liverpool 1 West Brom 1 These two sides have had their fair share of draws lately and another would not be a shock.
Manchester United 2 Stoke 0 David Moyes' side have struggled to find their form in the Premier League but they should have more joy against the toothless Potters.
Norwich 1 Cardiff 1 Both played well for long spells against two of the top teams in the land and a share of the spoils is the call.
Burnley 1 QPR 0 The Clarets have been the surprise package this season but they are well drilled and home advantage can give them the edge.
Southampton 2 Fulham 0 The hosts will be confident after their exploits at Old Trafford and look capable of taking maximum points.