DarrellSuper6 Week 33 Predictions

Britain’s “White Weekend”, as it’s being dubbed, has had an effect on the Super 6 fixtures, this week.
Typical, the snow’s struck when all the fixtures are from League 1 – if they’d been from The Premier, the grounds may well have survived this unseasonal drop of white stuff.

So, to get on with it, here are our predictions for Week 33:

For those unfamiliar with League 1, here’s the table as it stands:

League 1 - 19th March 2013

League 1 – 19th March 2013 c/o SKY Sports

There’s a link on the Get Thet, Go!! home page to the Super 6 site if you’d like to have a pop yourself.  Join us later for the results.

Alternatively, join/follow me during the week on Google+: +Jason Darrell

Please note, due to there only being four fixtures, the jackpot has been reduced to £5,000; here’s what SKY has to say about it:

Weather hits Super 6 (Week 33)

Please note that following the postponements of Colchester v MK Dons and Shrewsbury v Oldham, this week’s jackpot is reduced to £5,000, with a guaranteed £5,000 for the person who scores the most points.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter your predictions before 3pm today.

DarrellSuper6 Week 31 Predictions

Here we go, then , with this week’s Super 6 predictions for the DarrellSuper6 League:

 

 

What on earth has happened at the bookies this week?

We’ve been used to seeing some extremely low odds over the last few weeks, as low as 50/1-ish for the accumulators for the Super 6 matches.

This week, it’s mental!

For the sets of predictions above, the odds are as follows:

  • Jay: 715/1
  • Les: 292/1
  • Jord: 463/1
  • Ken: 574/1
  • Pat: 902/1
  • Micky D: 599/1

Those are some astounding figures for 6 matches.  It’s a sign that our three teams are playing today, though.

Villa, Albion and Wolves on the fixture list may mean there’s a little more predicting with our heart rather than our heads than usual.

I wonder what combinations are delivering low odds, this week?  Certainly none that we’ve picked.

We’ll be back a little later with a round-up of the results and next week’s fixtures – hopefully devoid of any matches that trigger emotional betting.

We’ll try to fit in a PDC Darts round-up and bring you the latest from the WGC Cadillac in the US where Justin Rose looks like he might struggle to defend his title after shooting his first over-par round of the season, yesterday. Me and my big mouth, eh?

However, as we’ve had to extract all of our posts from FeckTV.com whilst the site prepares for a makeover, there’s a bot of work to do over on The Flying Feck to categorise the 100+ posts I’m babysitting in the interim.

Okay – fingers crossed – rollover jackpot today of £125,000 for all 6 and £6,000 for the most right in the event that no one wins the big one.

Have a great afternoon – see you back here later with the scores on the doors, Miss Ford.

 

 

Super 6 predictions, Week 24 – Darrell Super 6

A very good arfternoon, tee-totallers.

With Micky D recovering in hospital following by-pass surgery and my good lady wife booking tomorrow off to thwart the forecast blizzards, we may get the old Super 6 predictions on a little earlier this week.

I’ve already tweeted mine (left) and once Micky D has been ‘drained’ [?], his will follow shortly.

The League looks a bit like this, at the minute. Bear in mind our points system differs slightly, but the nett effect is pretty similar:

Darrell Super6 League, end Week 23

Darrell Super6 League, end Week 23

Super 6 Jackpot Doubled, Week 24

The jackpot(s) for this week’s Gillette Soccer Saturday Super 6 have been doubled as a one-off special.

Instead of the usual £100k if someone predicts all 6 correct results or £5k for the closest should no one produce a Mystic Meg moment, the prizes are £200k and £10k respectively.  Better than a kick in the ‘nads.

As and when the folks in our Darrell Super 6 league get back with their predictions, they’ll be tagged on to the bottom of the post.

Week 24 Super 6 games

The featured Barclays Premier League games this week are as follows:

  1. Liverpool v Norwich
  2. Man City v Fulham
  3. Newcastle v Reading
  4. Swansea v Stoke
  5. West Ham v QPR
  6. Wigan v Sunderland
    • Golden Goal

Are there any bankers in that lot?  City should do a job on Fulham and Liverpool are favourites at home to Norwich, certainly as far as the bookies are concerned.

But I’ve got to admit, the only stonewall certainty there (if there is such a thing in the Prem) is the game at The Etihad.

Are there any stand-out games for you?  Dead certs or potential banana-skins?  Drop your comments or predictions in the comments below and we’ll all have a laugh appraise them accordingly.

‘Til next time, keep in touch with yourself. x


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