Super 6: The recipe for success as £250,000 jackpot landed for second week running

The Super 6 #250,000 jackpot prize was claimed for a second time in just as many weeks, but what exactly will be the recipe for success with the free-to-play match?
Callum winner for Coventry City ensured the win to Jason Hodges, who had to endure an agonising wait Wycombe vs Lincoln, for its last game, before he could celebrate due to an extended period of injury-time to complete.
Sky Games have a peek at the factor with the Super 6 mechanic, and the stats behind the achievement.
Jason has performed with Super 6 to four seasons, never averaging over 10 points at any of those 6 campaigns. His score in that period was 19, that consisted of three appropriate scorelines and two outcomes that are correct.
Jason stopped playing that was never his purpose and might have gave in – remember it’s totally free to playwith! He continued to try to excellence and achieved just that in 2019/20’s Super 6 round, carrying all – a lesson to all on not to eliminate hope and continue to put yourself.
The last two winners have played with Super 6 for a protracted time period, so why don’t you continue to perform for free with # 250,000 up for grabs? It might be your turn …
2015/16 Season:
Entered: 39
Factors: 296
Average score: 7.59
Best score: 18
2016/17 Season:
Rounds entered: 43
Total points: 338
Score: 7.86
Finest score: 17
2017/18 Season:
Rounds entered: 54
Total points: 377
Average score: 6.98
Best score: 15
2018/19 Season:
Rounds entered: 60
Total points: 471
Score: 7.85
Best score: 19
2019/20 period:
Entered: 6
Points: 54
Score: 9
Very best score: 30
Do not miss out on the guaranteed Super 6 round on Saturday if the Premier League yields, meaning the highest points is guaranteed to win the jackpot, whether or not they score 30 points. Play here for free!
Saturday’s Super 6 around:
Brighton v Burnley
Manchester United v Leicester
Sheffield United v Southampton
Tottenham v Crystal Palace
Wolves v Chelsea
Swansea v Nottingham Forest

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