Chris Hammer is the latest member of our team to provide his predictions for Saturday's £1million Soccer Saturday Super 6 game.
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For the first time, the free-to-play Soccer Saturday Super 6 game is giving players an opportunity to land a life-changing cash prize by boosting the weekly jackpot to a staggering £1million.
To be in with a chance of winning the top prize you have to correctly predict the scores for six selected Premier League matches on Saturday starting with Aston Villa's home clash with Newcastle.
The other selected matches see Hull entertain fellow new boys Cardiff, Stoke clash with Manchester City, Sunderland host Arsenal, Tottenham take on Norwich before Everton entertain Jose Mourinho's Chelsea in the Super Saturday evening match.
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Our football team are having a go at predicting the scores and Chris Hammer follows on from the efforts of Nick Hext, Ben Linfoot and David John.
The Soccer AM and Goals on Sunday teams have also given it a go.
Aston Villa 3 Newcastle 0 Comfortable win for Villa against the struggling Magpies.
Hull 0 Cardiff 1 The visitors are the superior promoted outfit and can edge this one at the KC Stadium.
Stoke 1 Manchester City 1 Stoke have started the season better than most expected and can battle hard for a point.
Sunderland 3 Arsenal 2 You can bet your bottom dollar they'll be a shock Super 6 result this weekend of all weeks so why not here?
Tottenham 3 Norwich 0 Comfortable home win as Spurs' new stars look to shine this weekend.
Everton 0 Chelsea 2 The home fans will have little to cheer as Chelsea continue to show they mean business this season.
You can enter your predictions online, via the Super 6 mobile site or by downloading the apps in the iOS App Store and Google Play store.
Entries close at 3pm on Saturday September 14. The winner will be announced at the end of the Everton v Chelsea clash at Goodison Park.