All new and eligible customers have the chance to win our perfect predictor jackpot of £1,000,000 by predicting the correct group stage standings and all knockout matches, including the final.
Plus, there’s £100,000 up for grabs if you top the leaderboard with prizes, see below, given to the top 10,000 places!
10 points are awarded for each correct prediction of the group stage standings, with a 10-point bonus for getting all four selections in the correct order.
Each correct prediction in the last 16 will be worth 20 points, with 40 points awarded for correct quarter-final predictions, 80 points for correct semi-final predictions and 160 for correctly predicting the winner of the final.
Should one player correctly predict the group stage standings and each of the knockout matches - including the final - they will scoop the £1,000,000 jackpot, with the prize shared in the event of multiple winners.
The full breakdown of prizes:
6th - 20th
21st - 50th
51st - 100th
101st - 500th
501st - 1000th
1001st - 1500th
1501st - 2500th
2501st - 5000th
5001st - 10000th
With a typically frightening set of forward options including talisman Neymar Jr, Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr, new Barcelona signing Raphinha and Spurs’ Richarlison, amongst a host of others, it will take a shrewd defence to snuff out the Selecao in Qatar.
With just defeat one defeat in their last 28 internationals, Brazil will arrive at the World Cup with confidence and momentum this winter.
France – :
World Cup holders France will head to Qatar aiming to put to bed the recent trend of the competition’s winners being eliminated in the group stages of the subsequent finals, with this fate suffered by predecessors Germany, Spain and Italy.
Having been drawn in a favourable group alongside Denmark, Australia and Tunisia in Qatar, there can be no excuses for Les Bleus to fall at the first hurdle in this tournament.
France’s fortunes may well depend on how successfully they are able to bed their latest generation of young stars into the team, such as Aurelien Tchouameni and Eduardo Camavinga in midfield and Arsenal’s William Saliba at the back.
Argentina – :
In what looks likely to mark the final World Cup appearance of the great Lionel Messi, La Albiceleste will be gunning for glory to secure the one major honour which has always eluded the player appreciated by many as the best of all time.
They appear to have a good shot at doing so too, with the Copa America and Finalissima winners on a record run of 35 matches unbeaten under coach Lionel Scaloni.
England – :
Semi-finalists of the 2018 World Cup, finalists of Euro 2020. If Gareth Southgate’s England are to continue their current tournament trajectory, they could just find themselves crowned world champions in Qatar this winter.
Should it all come together when the competition gets underway, however, they could be a very difficult team to overcome. England’s squad can be observed to be stacked in every position, with Premier League stars scattered all over the park.
Captain Harry Kane will be aiming to retain the Golden Boot he won in Russia back in 2018, with service from creative players of the ilk of Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden, Bukayo Saka and Jack Grealish behind him.