A Champions League special sees another £250,000 to be won – boost your chances of winning with our Super 6 stat pack.
Jeff Stelling finally had to give away another £250,000, for the first time in 28 game weeks. He has paid out more than £2m since the Super 6 rounds started this season.
Can you land the jackpot prize on Saturday? Just predict the two Champions League round-of-16 games and four Sky Bet Championship matches for a chance to win.
From the form guide to the key stats, get your lowdown here…
Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund
Key stat: These two sides are facing off for the third time in the last four seasons in European competition, with both sides winning twice, while Dortmund have never failed to score against Tottenham in that time.
Form: Mauricio Pochettino’s side remarkably earned second spot in Group B following wins over PSV and inter Milan before drawing at the Nou Camp to go through on head to head in place of Inter. It was not as testing for Dortmund who progressed to the knockout stages with just the single loss and no team conceding fewer goals than the German side in the group stages (two).
Main men: Heung-Min Son has scored in each of his last three Premier League games and now has 10 goals in his last 11 in all competitions. Raphael Guerreiro has notched four of Dortmund’s last five goals in the Champions League.
Best backed: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Ajax v Real Madrid
Key stat: Ajax have only the solitary loss in their last 21 European home matches (W13, D7), while Real Madrid have won the Champions League four times in the last five years. It has been 22 years since Ajax progressed through a Champions League knockout stage.
Form: Ajax were one of five teams to remain unbeaten through this campaign’s group stages (W3, D3), finishing second behind Bayern Munich. Madrid finished top of Group G ahead of Roma, despite losing twice in the group stages.
Main men: Dusan Tadic has scored five of Ajax’s last six goals in the competition, and no player has scored more than him in the competition thus far (eight). Gareth Bale has scored five goals in his last six Champions League games, as many as he struck in his previous 32 appearances in the competition.
Best backed: 2-1 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
Ipswich v Derby
Key stat: Ipswich have lost four consecutive home Championship matches against Derby, while collecting just 14 points from their last 17 home matches since Mick McCarthy’s exit, fewer than any other side to have competed in the Sky Bet Championship in both the 2017/18 and 2018/19 season.
Form: Ipswich occupy bottom spot and are nine points adrift of safety following four consecutive league losses, the last of which coming against rivals Norwich at the weekend. Frank Lampard’s side are unbeaten in three and beat in-form Hull 2-0 in their last outing, keeping them level on points with Bristol City, just outside the play-off places.
Main men: Will Keane will be a threat to the Derby back line, while Martyn Waghorn has scored four in his last five in all competitions for Derby, with Harry Wilson keen to provide the frontman who claimed two goals against Hull.
Best backed: 0-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
Leeds v Swansea
Key stat: Leeds have won their last nine home matches in all competitions against Swansea, who have lost nine of their last 10 league matches played on a Wednesday.
Form: Marcelo Bielsa’s team have posted just two wins from their last seven, and saw another last-minute strike earn them a point at Middlesbrough, putting them in the second automatic promotion spot. Swansea have only the one defeat in their last seven and returned to winning ways at the weekend as they saw off Millwall.
Main men: Despite only scoring one in seven, Kemar Roofe has 14 league goals to his name this campaign. Oliver McBurnie has three goals in his last four Sky Bet Championship games and has found the net 13 times this season.
Best backed: 2-0 (8/1 with Sky Bet)
Sheffield United v Middlesbrough
Key stat: Sheffield United are without defeat in 12 home league games played on a Wednesday (W9, D3), while Middlesbrough have won just one of their last nine away matches at Sheffield United in all competitions.
Form: Chris Wilder saw his side concede three goals in the last 10 minutes to squander a 3-0 lead at Aston Villa, yet Sheffield United have only suffered one defeat from their last nine league games. Middlesbrough drew 1-1 with Leeds in their last outing and are six unbeaten – they can go within a point of their opponents with a win, while they have a game in hand too.
Main men: Billy Sharp has seen his side win 70 per cent of matches when he has started (35/50), compared to only 27 per cent when he has not (3/11). The Sheffield United talisman scored a hat-trick at Aston Villa and is the Sky Bet Championship’s top scorer with 22 goals. Britt Assombalonga has scored three of Middlesbrough’s last four away league goals, all as a substitute.
Best backed: 3-1 (18/1 with Sky Bet)
Wigan v Stoke
Key stat: In the last nine league meetings between these two sides at Wigan, six of them have ended as draws, while Stoke’s last away league win at Wigan came in their most recent visit there in the Championship, a 1-0 victory under Tony Pulis in 2004/05.
Form: Wigan have managed only two wins from their last 11 matches and are seven points above the relegation zone. Stoke have lost three in a row and have one win in eight, putting them in 17th place.
Main men: On-loan Leon Clarke has directly contributed to two goals in as many games for Wigan (one goal, one assist) since his move from Sheffield United. Jack Butland will have to be at the top of his game for Stoke, considering they have failed to score in three successive matches and six out of their last eight.
Best backed: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)