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Can you become a millionaire with Super 6 on Boxing Day? Completely free to play, just predict six paylines for a chance to win!

Lionel Messi has been crowned world champion with Argentina, and with it perhaps the crown of the greatest of all time, but with that door closed, a new one opens when the Premier League returns.

The Super 6 will also return in some form, with a £1,000,000 prize to celebrate the Premier League’s return for Boxing Day.

World Cup winners Alexis Mac Allister and Emi Martinez could both play for their clubs Brighton and Aston Villa, who are involved in the Super 6 round.

However, a chance to become a millionaire doesn’t come around very often, so I thought we’d help you out with some statistics for your predictions from each of the six Premier League games.

Leicester vs Newcastle (3pm Boxing Day)

It is third against 13th in the table. Leicester had won two on the spin heading into the World Cup, keeping five clean sheets from six. However, it wasn’t quite the form Newcastle saw, with Eddie Howe’s side reeling off six consecutive wins, including victories over Chelsea and Tottenham.

It’s also reflected in the stats, as around 66 per cent of punters are backing Newcastle to make it a back-to-back Super 6 win.

Most Popular Prediction: Leicester 1-2 Newcastle (35%)

Crystal Palace vs Fulham (3pm Boxing Day)

It’s hard to call the 11th face ninth at Selhurst Park. Fulham were without a win in three heading into the break, while Crystal Palace lost to Nottingham Forest 1-0 in their last Premier League outing.

Perhaps surprisingly, only 10 per cent of Super 6 punters are backing Fulham to win this London derby, while 58 per cent expect Palace to win at home.

Most Popular Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-1 Fulham (27%)

Southampton v Brighton (3pm Boxing Day)

What score would you predict when 19th becomes number seven? Southampton have lost three in a row, while Brighton sit in the European places after a bright start to the campaign, picking up two wins from their last three.

Super 6 players can’t ignore league positions either, with 59% backing Roberto De Zerbi’s side to take all three points from St Mary’s.

Most Popular Prediction: Southampton 1-2 Brighton (25%)

Everton vs Wolves (3pm Boxing Day)

This one is a potential six-pointer when bottom-of-the-table Wolves travel to 17th-placed Everton. Julen Lopetegui takes charge for his first game at Molineux, but he takes over a side that are without a win in five and have just a solitary win in nine, scoring just five goals in the process, while Everton are winless in three and find themselves just one point above the fall.

Wolves could go winless in six if Super 6 players have their way, with 59% picking Frank Lampard’s side to pick up three points.

Most Popular Prediction: Everton 1-0 Wolves (21%)

Aston Villa vs Liverpool (5.30pm Boxing Day)

Two teams in good form before the World Cup meet at Villa Park as the 12th host in sixth place. Villa earned two big wins against Brighton and Manchester United, while Liverpool picked off Southampton and Tottenham, but still find themselves 11 points off the top.

Despite Villa’s upturn in form since appointing Unai Emery as manager, 89% of Super 6 punters believe Jurgen Klopp’s side will steal the points.

Most Popular Prediction: Aston Villa 0-2 Liverpool (24%)

Arsenal vs West Ham (8pm Boxing Day)

League leaders Arsenal welcome West Ham, who occupy 16th place. Mikel Arteta’s men are unbeaten in eight, winning seven of those games while suffering just one defeat this season. West Ham have lost three in a row and are just one point above safety.

Just under 90 per cent of Super 6 participants expect Arsenal to win yet again and remain five, or more, points clear of the chase.

Most Popular Prediction: Arsenal 2-0 West Ham (32%)

Whatever your predictions, make sure you don’t miss the deadline at 3pm Boxing Day for your chance to become a millionaire with Super 6. Just SIX correct predictions from the Premier League matches is all it takes! We wish you the best of luck and a super, merry Christmas from all of us at Super 6.

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