Steve Freeth, Kelly Somers and Sam Matterface have made their 6 Scores Challenge predictions ahead of another bumper set of Premier League fixtures with the mammoth £1m jackpot still up for grabs.
The maximum prize of £1m has yet to be won so far this season in our free-to-play game, and the jackpot rolls over to this weekend with six more top-flight fixtures to predict.
Aston Villa could move into the top half of the Premier League table this weekend if they overcome a resurgent Bournemouth side who boosted their survival hopes courtesy of a shock 1-0 win over Liverpool last time out.
The Cherries' triumph on the south coast edged them to within just three points of Crystal Palace in 12th and to within one of freefalling Leicester City, who are in desperate need of addressing their alarming run of form on the road at Brentford.
Meanwhile, fellow strugglers Southampton will hope to make home advantage count against Tottenham Hotspur after registering two wins from their last four fixtures, whilst Wolves and Leeds United meet in another hugely significant relegation six-pointer at Molineux.
Elsewhere, Chelsea appear to have finally turned a corner under Graham Potter and will fancy their chances of scoring a fourth win on the spin at Stamford Bridge, although their opponents Everton have shown clear signs of improvement under Sean Dyche.
Our final 6 Scores Challenge fixture will see league-leaders Arsenal bid to maintain their title charge as they play host to Crystal Palace, who are now just three points clear of the drop zone and winless this calendar year.
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You can watch Steve Freeth, Sam Matterface & Kelly Somers give their Six Scores Challenge predictions in the video above.