Graham Hunter joins Steve Freeth to make his 6 Scores Challenge predictions for another exciting weekend of Premier League action - can his selections be the first to unlock the £1million top prize?
After a week off due to the FA Cup, the Premier League returns which can only mean one thing: the return of our 6 Scores Challenge.
Once again, a top prize of £1million is up for grabs for whoever can predict all six scores correctly - nobody has managed the impressive feat, although two have come close, waiting on the last of the six fixtures, and more than £1m has already been given away in consolation prizes.
Interestingly it was Manchester United to break hearts on both occasions. The first time round, a 2-0 win was required against Nottingham Forest and with United 2-0 up with five minutes to go all was looking good, but a late Fred goal meant that the top prize would have to wait to be won.
United were back to shatter dreams once again, this time against Arsenal. One player was just waiting on a 0-0 stalemate but after just 17 minutes a Marcus Rashford strike ended any hope of a jackpot win.
United are back in the line-up for this week's games, hosting Crystal Palace - can they provide players with a bit more fortune this time around?
This weekend's 6 Scores Challenge fixtures
|Aston Villa v Leicester||15:00|
|Manchester United v Crystal Palace||15:00|
|Wolves v Liverpool||18:00|
|Newcastle v West Ham||17:30|
|Nottingham Forest v Leeds||14:00, Sunday|
|Tottenham v Manchester City||16:30, Sunday|
Chelsea 8/1 to finish in top four after record-breaking January transfer spending spree
Everton 66/1 to win next two games
Chelsea v Fulham preview
Spurs host Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side in what could be the biggest game of the weekend. The last time the two met the game looked to be finished at half-time, with Spurs going into the break with a healthy 2-0 lead. City had other ideas though, coming out of the blocks to score two quick-fire goals after the break, and going on to win 4-2.
So far, 220 people have managed to get five scores correct, landing themselves a prize of £1,000 - will this finally be the week where somebody can make it six out of six?
Graham Hunter has his first attempt at a perfect round of predictions in the video above.
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