Super 6 EFL round: What is the recipe for success?
The 6 rounds continue to emerge, using a different # 250,000 up for grabs Saturday, while Premier League activity may have stopped.
The last time there was an EFL Super 6 round throughout the break, Callum OHare of Coventry City delivered Jason Hodges to ecstasy, who subsequently had to endure an agonising wait for the last game, Wycombe v Lincoln, to finish.
Sky Games have a look at the stats behind his success through this Super shuttle…
Jason had played Super 6 to four seasons, never averaging above 10 points at any of these Super 6 campaigns. His highest score in that period was 19, that consisted of two results that are correct and three scorelines.
Jason quit playing but that was never his goal and might have gave in – remember its free to playwith! He continued to strive for excellence and achieved that from 2019/20s Super 6 around, carrying all #250,000 – a lesson to all on not to lose confidence and continue to put yourself in emptiness.
The past two winners, arriving in as many months, both have played with Super 6 for a protracted time period, so why not continue to perform free of # 250,000 up for grabs? It may be your turn next week…
There have been FOUR champions of the Super 6 jackpot that season, together using Jeff Stelling giving #1m already – that the clocks have not even gone !
Do not miss your chance to play with Super 6 Saturday, with the following #250,000 to be obtained if you correctly predict the scorelines of those six fittings:
Blackpool v Rotherham
Bristol Rovers v MK Dons
Oxford Utd v Doncaster
Peterborough v Lincoln City
Portsmouth v Gillingham
Southend v AFC Wimbledon