The 2020/21 club football season in England is back and in full swing, and alongside an action packed Saturday fixture schedule, supporters have Sky’s weekly, FREE to play Super 6 competition to look forward to.
As always, our expert football tipsters have picked through all of Saturday’s relevant fixtures to bring you the very best Sky Super 6 predictions for Round 3 this week and our first Super 6 selections for the 2020/21 season.
Remember, Sky Super 6 is completely free to play and gives you the chance to win up to £250,000, so don’t forget to enter your predictions.
You can see this week’s selected matches below, along with our tips and suggestions in the correct result market for each game. The selections come from our match previews so don’t forget to check out this week’s football predictions and betting tips for all other fixtures not covered in Sky Super 6.
Crystal Palace vs Everton
FST Predicts: 1-1 Draw
Crystal Palace and Everton both put perfect starts on the line when they meet on Saturday, and we think there is every chance these in-form outfits will cancel each other out at Selhurst Park.
Both the Eagles and Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees have looked assured defensively in the campaign’s opening throes, so few goals are anticipated, and having drawn in four of their last five Premier League meetings on Palace’s stomping ground, another tie, this time at 1-1 looks possible.
Watford vs Luton Town
FST Predicts: 1-0 Luton Town
Luton Town’s early season momentum won’t have been derailed by an expected loss to Man Utd in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, and the Hatters have the confidence to push for their third Championship win on the spin at Watford’s expense.
The Hornets, who are averaging less than one goal per 90 minutes so far this term, look short on sting in the final third, and a Luton outfit that kept clean sheets in each of their last two away assignments, have the tools to force a victory.
Millwall vs Brentford
FST Predicts: 2-0 Brentford
After their opening day wobble at Birmingham, Brentford steadied themselves to win three games on the trot, two of which came in the form of impressive away victors at Premier League opponents Southampton and WBA in the league cup.
The Bees scored twice in each of those statement displays, and another brace is within their capabilities against a Millwall side that failed to win eight of their last 10 Championship tussles at The Den.
QPR vs Middlesbrough
FST Predicts: 2-1 QPR
QPR won and scored twice in their first Championship fixture of the season at Loftus Road against Nottingham Forest on September 12th, and having rattled the net twice in each of their last two encounters with Middlesbrough at the same venue, Rangers could be at the double again on Saturday.
Middlesbrough meanwhile, are without a win in three competitive games, though the solitary strike they hit in a draw with Bournemouth last time out suggests a consolation effort could be within reach.
Derby County vs Blackburn Rovers
FST Predicts: 2-1 Blackburn Rovers
Derby County’s miserable start to the 2020/21 season continued last weekend when the Rams were beaten 2-1 at Luton. The defeat, which was County’s third in succession, was also the third time in a row where Derby conceded exactly two goals.
Blackburn will arrive at Pride Park in hugely confident spirits after their 5-0 demolition job against Wycombe last time out, and Rovers should have enough self-belief to force a narrow margin win.
Cardiff City vs Reading
FST Predicts: 1-1 Draw
Cardiff and Reading have been tough to separate in recent meetings, and each of the clubs’ last three encounters finishes all square after keenly contested fixtures.
It’s also worth noting, that each of the teams’ last three tussles in Wales also finished level, with their most recent Championship clash in the Welsh capital back in January ending 1-1.
With little to choose between the teams ahead of their latest face off in terms of quality, Cardiff and Reading could well have to settle for a share of the spoils again.
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