Last Updated: 15 May 2024, Author: AceOdds.com

Bet365 6 Score Challenge

Bet365 6 Scores Challenge: Guide + 19th May Predictions

Bet365's 6 Scores Challenge is a FREE football prediction game where you can win £250,000 by simply predicting 6 correct scores. In this article, we will provide our latest Premier League predictions, explain how to play and look at previous winners.

Latest 6 Scores Challenge Tips:

The next round of the Bet365 6 Scores Challenge is to be played on 19th May 2024 for the final game of the Premier League season (2023/24). Looking ahead, here are the nominated fixtures for the Bet365 6 Scores Challenge, along with our very own predictions (we provide our reasons why below):

Fixture

Date & Time

Prediction

Arsenal vs Everton

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

3-0

Brighton vs Manchester United

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

2-1

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

1-1

Liverpool vs Wolves

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

2-0

Luton vs Fulham

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

2-1

Manchester City vs West Ham

Sunday, May 19th 16:00

3-0

Last Week's Results:

Here are our predictions from last week.

Fixture

Date & Time

Prediction

Result

Bournemouth vs Brentford

Saturday, May 11th 15:00

1-0

1-2

Newcastle vs Brighton

Saturday, May 11th 15:00

2-1

1-1

Tottenham vs Burnley

Saturday, May 11th 15:00

2-0

2-1

West Ham vs Luton

Saturday, May 11th 15:00

1-2

3-1

Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Saturday, May 11th 15:00

0-2

1-3

Nottingham Forest vs Chelsea

Saturday, May 11th 17:30

1-2

2-3

Our 6 Scores Challenge Research:

Arsenal vs Everton - With Tuesday night’s events in North London now concluded, we know the lie of the land before the final day of the Premier League season. Arsenal find themselves two points off the pace before Sunday and know that nothing less than a win will see them keep their feint hopes of winning the title alive. If they do manage to get the better of Everton and Manchester City slip up at home to West Ham, the Gunners will be crowned champions for the first time in 20 years. Last Sunday saw Mikel Arteta’s men grind out a 1-0 win against Manchester United at Old Trafford; it did not have to be pretty, nor was it, but the performance was enough to get the better of Erik ten Hag’s men and keep their title hopes alive in the final week of this campaign. There is no doubt that Sunday is going to be a grandstand finish in terms of this season but will part will Everton play?

"...see the Toffees in a rather sticky situation"

They come into this game worrying more about their off-field situation rather than that on it and although safety regardless of points deductions was secure a couple of weeks ago, the finances of their proposed new owners is less than secure. Whether the takeover from 777 Partners goes ahead across the summer we wll have to wait and see, but if you are a betting person - and you likely are if you are reading this research, then the odds of completion look rather slim. The same odds that you would place on Everton getting a win at the Emirates on Sunday and although they come into this game having beaten Sheffield United at the weekend, the trip to Arsenal at the end of the week is a completely different level of difficulty. A level that will see the Toffees in a rather sticky situation as the hosts ease to a 3-0 win in front of their own support.

Brighton vs Manchester United - Although Brighton’s season has been a rather mixed bag, it could still end on a relative high note and a note that sees the Seagulls finish in the top half of the Premier League table. As we go into the final week of the campaign, Roberto De Zerbi’s men find themselves not only 10th at the time of writing, but also with a clash with Chelsea before they then entertain Manchester United on Sunday. The South Coast cannot secure a European berth for themselves, but they can play a large part in who will finish seventh and eighth in the table and were it not for a downturn in form last month, The AMEX could well have been hosting continental action for the second season in a row in 2024/25. However, that disappointment is counterbalanced against their impressive showing in this season’s Europa League and if they can keep hold of their manager across the summer, they will be in a good position to start well next time around.

The final day of the Premier League season sees them play host to Manchester United and like Brighton, they also find themselves in midweek action in a bid to gatecrash the top seven of the Premier League and snatch a European invite at the last possible hurdle. Before their trip to the South Coast, they must deal with the visit of Newcastle to Old Trafford in midweek and if results go against them in the next couple of days, their bucket and spade will not be goiing to any European locations at the start of next season. Should that scenario present itself, the next scenario will be whether or not Erik ten Hag stays in his post as United manager and with the way the club have performed since their FA Cup win over Coventry - including that very performance, the evidence is stacking up against the Dutchman. To add to the case file, we are backing a resurgent Brighton to win this by two goals to one.

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest - Consigned to the drop after defeat to Tottenham last weekend, Burnley have only got themselves to blame for their return to the EFL Championship and although manager Vincent Kompany’s style of football was lauded in the second tier, the gulf in quality in the Premier League has made that style quickly go out of date. With the Belgian only sticking to his principles and not having anything in the way of a plan b, his players have not adhered to those principles through countless mistakes this season and it is the collection of howlers that have been added to on a weekly basis that have played a fundamental role in their relegation. This coming Sunday was meant to be the do-or-die clash with Nottingham Forest where the winner takes it all and consigns their opponents to demotion, now the stakes are far less lower and it is neutrals that let out a big sigh because of it.

A big sigh from neutrals but a big relief for Nottingham Forest Nuno Espiritio Santo and although they failed to get the better of Chelsea at the City Ground last weekend, the fixture was contested in something much a closer to a party atmosphere. Already knowing their fate after both Burnley and Luton’s defeats earlier in the afternoon, just a point would have seen Forest finally get themselves over the safety line. At 2-1 up in the second half, it looked as if they were to get all three. However, a two-goal turnaround from Chelsea meant otherwise and although it meant defeat on Saturday, it is largely immaterial in terms of the dying embers of this relegation battle. It would need a 12-goal swing for Luton to somehow claw themselves out of the bottom three and this assuming Forest even lose to Burnley to begin with. With nothing in the way of jeopardy, we predict this one ending in a 1-1 draw.

Liverpool vs Wolves - The Jurgen Klopp farewell tour comes to an end on Sunday as Liverpool play host to Wolves at Anfield and although this season promised so much once the German announced his departure as manager, one wonders if his announcement came just a little too early. Admittedly, the Merseyside men and a young group of men at that did manage to secure the Carabao Cup a few months ago, that would have been at the bottom of Klopp’s prize list of four. Failure to land the FA Cup or Europa League to go alongside the tank being emptied a couple of laps before the end of the Premier League title race means a season that could have offered an incredible end to his lengthy tenure at the club, is one that will just see an incredible outpouring of emotion from supporters on Sunday.

Sunday sees Wolves make the trip to Anfield and they will look to play the role of partypooper during Jurgen Klopp’s big Liverpool send off. While even though Crystal Palace had a man sent off at Molineux last weekend, Wolves were powerless to do anything about it and after slipping to a 3-1 home defeat to Oliver Glasner’s men, not only have the Eagles now swooped past them in the Premier League table but any hopes of ending this campaign in the top half have all but ended. However, it is still be a positive season for the West Midlands outfit and one of the main positives has certainly been the appointment of Gary O’Neil as manager and with the former Bournemouth boss now in conversations regarding both the Liverpool and Manchester United hotseats, you know that the man who turns 41 on Saturday must be doing something right. In a parallel universe, this game acts as a job interview for O’Neil but in the Premier League universe we know of, this one ends in a 2-0 home win.

Luton vs Fulham - If there is one word to describe Luton this season it is plucky. Nobody gave them any real hope of staying up at the end of the campaign and at the start of it, even the most ardent of Hatters fans would have struggled to make a case for the survival. However, Rob Edwards men have showed plenty of fight and desire across the past nine months and if the Premier League handed out points on those two commodities alone, the Kenilworth Road outfit would have easily marked themselves safe by now. Then again, poor game management has largely been their undoing and this was precisely the case at West Ham on Saturday. Taking an early lead but failing to do anything with it has been Luton’s modus operandi throughout the season and if there was just a little more top tier experience, there is no reason why they could not have earned a second consecutive season in the top tier.

Relegation is not yet confirmed, but it is going to need the greatest comeback since Lazarus to do so and with Fulham visiting Kenilworth Road on Sunday, the best Luton can likely aim for is ending the season on a relative high. As for the Cottagers, they have certainly been on the beach these past few weeks and although a top ten finish would have been nice for Marco Silva’s men, their current league standing of 14th is not necessarily reflective of their overall performance in this season’s Premier League. Their relaxed manner of the past couple of months has been their right after securing safety with plenty of time to spare and just to not even be in the relegation battle at any stage of the season is something that should be lauded within this pocket of West London. There is no doubt that Fulham will be for the taking on Sunday and although we predict Luton to win this 2-1, it will not be enough to keep them in the division.

Manchester City vs West Ham - After getting the better of Tottenham on Tuesday, Manchester City are now just one win away from securing a fourth successive title and a sixth in seven years. At the start of the week, it was two London clubs that stood in the way of the Etihad outfit making further history, they have already cleared one hurdle from the capital, now they have to clear the hurdle which is West Ham. Win that as well and Pep Guardiola’s vice like grip on the Premier League trophy will have only tightened even further. With the way that they brushed aside Fulham at the weekend, claiming the scalp of two of their London-based counterparts in the next seven days is well within the realm of possibility. Going into last Saturday, Arsenal fans were entertaining the possibility of the Cottagers doing them a massive favour, Spurs failed to do them a favour in midweek and now Mikel Arteta is going to have to ask an even bigger one of the Hammers.

"...with nothing to play for and a manager who has already been told he is departing"

As for opponents West Ham, they make the trip to the Etihad having got the better of Luton last weekend and with that being their last home game of the season, it gave outgoing manager David Moyes a chance to say goodbye to the London Stadium. Sunday will now give him the chance to say goodbye to the club as a whole. The football this season has failed to largely build on the success of their Europa Conference League win 12 months ago but that does come with the rather large caveat that was the departure of Declan Rice to Arsenal and with shoes being that big to fill in the middle of park, the task was always going to be nigh on impossible. By the same token, West Ham’s task on Sunday will be nigh on impossible, that is not to say that they will simply roll over for Manchester City but with nothing to play for and a manager who has already been told he is departing, you wonder why heroics would be found at such a late stage of the campaign, with this in mind, we are backing a 3-0 home win.

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Research Suggestions:

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Key Considerations:

Before the weekend’s 6 Scores Challenge gets underway, here are our key considerations:

Since their 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa, Arsenal have been nothing short of perfect in their bid to win the Premier League for the first time in 20 years. Five games played since, five successive wins and when looking at the form table (last six matches), the Gunners find themselves second in the table. For all that relative perfection in recent weeks, it still might not be enough for Mikel Arteta’s men and if they are to get themselves over the line on Sunday, they will need to build on their rather impressive showing at the Emirates of late. When looking at their last 20 home league matches, the North London outfit have won 15 of them and drawn two. Across the same sample, they have kept as many as eight clean sheets and only failed to score three teams. Ominous numbers for Everton to digest before Sunday.

As for opponents Everton, they have hit a real purple patch of late. When looking at their last five league matches, Sean Dyche’s men have picked up 13 points from the last 15 on offer and although that run is one to heap plenty of praise on - especially when you consider their woes on and off the field this season, it is their away form that will be of huge concern before the weekend. Before they travel down to the Emirates, Everton have failed to win any of their last 10 away league matches and when looking at their last 20, they have only managed to win six. Not the form you want to take into any clash with the league leaders, especially when on their territory and even though goals have been a little less hard to come by in recent weeks, seven failures to score from those last 20 suggests another struggle in North London this weekend.

After picking up a point at Newcastle on Saturday, Brighton have managed to pick up four points from the last six on offer. A pair pf results that were certainly required after stuttering in the four games prior to that. That quarter of Premier League outings only served up a single point from the 12 on offer and the only glimmer of hope was their 1-1 draw at Burnley. A draw that if Burnley were not handing out their usual defensive gifts to their opposition would have surely meant another blank for Roberto De Zerbi’s men to deal with. Now they will look to deal with a Manchester United side that looked completely blunt on Sunday at home to Arsenal and if the Seagulls can get the first goal on Sunday, it may be enough to thrust them to victory. When looking at their last 20 home matches, Brighton have only failed to score in three and this bodes well for the weekend.

As for opponents Manchester United, they will travel to The Amex having failed to win any of their last three league matches and across that spell, they have only managed to pick a single point. A home draw with Burnley, where on another day the Clarets should have snatched all three points has since been followed up with defeats to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park and Arsenal at Old Trafford. Last Sunday showed signs of the roof leaking at the Theatre of Dreams and the defence has been leaking as of late. When looking at the Red Devils’ last six league matches United have conceded 12 goals and this positions them 12th when looking at form alone. When looking at just their last six on the road, things are even worse and in the away form table, they find themselves 13th. 18 points on offer, just five collected and more importantly, no win in any of their last five on the road.

After showing signs of a resurgence and one that could well have lead to one of the greatest Premier League escapes of all time, Burnley’s unbeaten streak where seven from nine points were collected has since been followed up by successive Premier League reverses. A humbling defeat at home to Newcastle and a 2-1 defat loss at Tottenham to go with it. Two blanks that means demotion for Vincent Kompany’s men and with the visit of Nottingham Forest now amounting to nothing more than a dead rubber, it may also mean that the pressure is now off the shoulders of the Clarets. Which would certainly help them on Sunday after looking their last 20 league showings at Turf Moor. Of those, they have managed to earn just three wins and also kept two clean sheets in the process. If you are relying on the form guide all signs point to a Burnley defeat on Sunday but the final day can have a habit of going against the grain.

As for opponents Nottingham Forest, they may have picked up just one win from their last six Premier League outings but that win over Sheffield United recently was simply priceless in terms of their survival hopes. Even if Nuno Espirito Santo’s men end up staying up on a goal difference alone at the expense of Luton, their recent trip to Bramall Lane was surely a gift from the Premier League gods. Yes, they may have had points deducted and a consequent appeal rejected, but going up against the Blades is as close to a guaranteed win that you would have got this season and if Forest failed to win in Yorkshire recently, you could also argue that they do not deserve to stay up anyway. They did and they do and with Sunday looking set to be an extension of last Saturday’s party atmosphere against Chelsea, do not be surprised if the intensity are not as high at Turf Moor.

When looking at home result alone, it is Liverpool who sit top of the Premier League. Obviously that means very little in the grand scheme of things but it does show just how good Jurgen Klopp’s men have been at Anfield this season and if they just could ground out a few more points on the road, they could have been taking the title race into the final day as well. As it is, the genial German will have to make do with a third-place finish and considering this was labelled as the start of ‘Liverpool 2.0’ for a project that has only just got underway before letting somebody else oversee it, that is not a league placing that can be downplayed by those who subscribe to the weekly soap opera known as the Premier League. For Klopp, there is just one more episode for him to direct and considering the Reds have won 14 of their last 18 home league matches, this should end up being a relatively happy ending.

Especially as Wolves’ season has already been wrapped up weeks ago and when looking at the away performances of Gary O’Neil’s men this season, they have lost 50% of all away league outings since August. 18 games contested before the weekend, nine of those have ended in defeat. Not only thatl, but just five of them have ended in Wolves coming out on top. More importantly, the West Midlands outfit have failed to win any of their last five away league matches and have picked up just two points from the last 15 on the road. If goals have been a constant sore point for the club, this is even more prevalent when away from Molineux and of those 18 away games to date, just 24 goals have been scored. An average of 1.25 per game and not the kind of numbers that look likely to ruin Jurgen Klopp’s farewell party this Sunday.

As we go into the final round of this Premier League season, Luton have played 37 games and lost 23 of them. Not a great record but any stretch of the imagination but also an insight of what could have been. So many times have the Hatters found themselves on the losing side by a single goal, so many times it just needed defensive nous in the final stretch of the game. Even if three of those recent defeats could have been converted into draws, it would have been the perfect platform for final day heroics. Now though, it is going to take the kind of heroics that not even Hollywood scriptwriters could dream up for them to stay up. Fundamentally, it is not just the amount of defeats that they have suffered this season - even if they have been largely narrow, it is the number of games that they have won and with just five reasons to be cheerful, Rob Edwards’ men will go down as gallant losers this weekend.

However, there could be a chance for one las hurrah at the expense of Fulham and as Marco Silva’s men were the latest outfit to be brushed aside by Manchester City at the weekend, it also meant a fourth league outing without a win. Of the last 12 points on offer to the Cottagers, they have picked up just two. Not a great run of results it must be said, but when the intensity dips because of midtable security, you should not read too much into this streak either. On their day, the West London outfit are more than capable of turning it on, but there is a definite sense of them going through the motions of late and for some of their players the summer cannot come soon enough. Thankfully for them, it will come as soon as Sunday evening and with nothing to play for, do not be surprised if Luton take advantage of this for one last hurrah.

After getting the better of Tottenham on Tuesday, Manchester City have extended their unbeaten Premier League run to an incredible 22 matches. By far the longest current run in the division and one that now has one more hurdle to clear before setting another Premier League record. Not only have the Etihad outfit not lost in a score and two matches but they have also won each of their last eight. Convert that run into nine wins, and it will mean the Spanish manager making a case for being in the same level as Sir Alex Ferguson regarding English football immortality. As always, City have a habit of turning it on at the right time, now they just have to turn it on for one more game.

While one more week is all that David Moyes has left in charge of West Ham and although it looked a fourth successive stint in Europe was going to be a real possibility for the East London outfit, their recent form has seen those hopes fade and die like their bubbles in their famous chant. When looking at the Hammers’ last six league outings, two wins have served as the bookends to a run of four games without a win. This means of the 18 points offered across that spell, Moyes’ men have picked up just seven. Had a couple of their recent four without a win be converted into that more precious commodity known as victory, the London Stadium outfit may have been travelling to the Etihad with something still to play for. West Ham gave their soon to be former manager an ideal send off at West Ham last week, to expect the same at Manchester City on Sunday is going to be quite the ask.

How to Play Bet365 6 Scores Challenge:

Step 1: First, log into or create a Bet365 account.

Step 2: Once either of these steps is completed, navigate to the ‘6 Scores Challenge’ page under the Sports or Promotions tab - it can also be found by clicking Soccer in the left-hand menu and then the Free Games tab.

Step 3: Next, predict the scores for the six nominated fixtures.

Step 4: Click "Save your predictions"

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Score Selection Screen - Taken 13/05/2024

Prizes

The Bet365 £250,000 jackpot is not the only prize available; even if you predict one score correctly, you can get on the prizeboard. From one correct pick to six, here is the current breakdown of available prizes:

  • 1 Correct - 5 Free Spins
  • 2 Correct - 10 Free Spins
  • 3 Correct - £5,000 Prize Pool
  • 4 Correct - £10,000 Prize Pool
  • 5 Correct - £20,000 Prize Pool
  • 6 Correct - £250,000 Prize Pool

The prize value displayed for six correct predictions is the maximum available based on a single winner and will be reduced in the event of a shared prize-pool. If more than one entrant predicts six correct results, the total amount of applicable prize-money will be shared equally between all entrants involved. Entry to 6 Scores Challenge is separate from standard bet placement and all Bet365 offers do not apply.

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A couple of weeks ago, two lucky winners shared the £20,000 pot for correctly predicting five scores. More recently, weekend of 11th May saw 1,852 participants correctly predict 3 scores meaning they each pocketed £3. The good news for everyone else is that the maximum jackpot of £250,000 is therefore still up for grabs.

6 Scores Challenge Rules:

Regarding how the Bet365 6 Scores challenge works, the premise sounds rather simple - predict the correct scores in six selected matches and walk away with £250,000 for your troubles. This one is easy to play but incredibly difficult to master.

While to make mastering the game a little more difficult, there are no prizes for simply predicting the correct outcome. For example, if Arsenal play Tottenham and you predicted a 1-1 draw, that is the score required to tick off your first winner.

Should the two North London rivals play out a 2-2 draw instead, you may have backed the correct outcome, but it is no good when it comes to this free football jackpot game.

Final Thoughts:

This game is open to all Bet365 customers, and not only is it open to all, it could not be any easier to play although it is incredibly difficult to master. We all think we know our football, and backing a team to win, lose or draw is not the most difficult of wagers to place.

However, when you add the correct score into the mix, this is where things start to get a lot more difficult. But even though mastering the game may prove difficult, it does nothing to reduce the amount of fun that can be had.

Whether working alone or pooling your brain power with your friends, this football score predictions game is worth a look.

Another thing that needs to be highlighted is that the Bet365 £250,000 jackpot is only available until a person or persons do the business. Nobody has achieved prediction perfection yet; the holy grail of a cool half a million pounds is still yet to be reached.

Of course, that has not stopped a legion of punters from trying their luck each weekend, and although the Bet365 6 Scores Challenge has not been around for long, it has quickly become one of the most popular free games in the industry.

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Bet365 6 Score Challenge FAQs

Yes, you can change your predictions after submitting and up to the start of the first of the six nominated fixtures. Once the first ball has been kicked from these six, the selections are locked in.

The correct scores are determined by the scores that are confirmed on all major results or classified services.

If a predicted match is postponed, the £1m jackpot will not be available as you need six correct selections. Therefore, the top prize for that week would be £20,000 for five correct score predictions. This would return to the main prize the following week.

Bet365 also allows football fans to win bet credits every week via their goals giveaway. If you enter this page each day between Monday and Friday after 2 p.m., a fixture will be selected at random.

You will be awarded 50p in bet credits if that fixture finishes with four goals. If the fixture has five or more goals, you will be awarded £1 in bet credits. If you return each day between Monday and Friday, you will receive five random fixtures to play with on the weekend.

If all these five matches total 20 or more goals, you will be awarded an additional £5 in free bet credits. Therefore, the maximum prize is £10 in bet credits, and you can play this free game every week.

In addition, there is also the Free4All game that is in place before selected matches, and it is a game that is split into two halves. The first half is before the game begins, and you must decide the outcome of two questions.


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