Soccer Saturday Super 6 – Week 12

desktop-logo (1)Hello and how are you all? Missed me again? Yes, I have been overseas again with work and then on holiday as well with the family. I’m back for a while now though, well until at least Christmas. Therefore unfortunately, I haven’t had time to do my Super 6 blog predictions and previews in recent weeks for Two Footed Tackle. In fact, my last predictions on here was nearly a month ago to the day on 20th September. I have actually managed to do my Super 6 each week though whilst away on my phone, the first week I don’t think I should have bothered. Since then I have been on fire with points of 16, 14 and 16 again last week as you can further down below.

My best prediction last week was clearly getting Man City 1 v Everton 1 correct, not many would have gone for that and I’m also guessing most may have gone with a home win on their betting slip as well. Obviously no one would have predicted that City would miss two penalties, but that’s football and Everton rode their luck and got a deserved point. The other prediction I got bang on was Newcastle vs Brentford, with the visitors getting a late consolation to give me the five points.

I don’t anyone would have predicted Bournemouth getting the six goals against Hull but most would have gone with the home win, along with home wins for Arsenal and Stoke as well. The only game I didn’t score any points was West Brom vs Spurs but they could have won it in the end but it’s safe to say they’re missing Harry Kane.


On to this week and below is how I see it going. Arsenal have another home fixture and they’ll be looking to make it seven straight wins on the trot. The Brough don’t concede that many but neither do they score that many, so I’ve gone 2-0 Arsenal. I’ve also gone for home victories for Leicester, Swansea and West ham. I nearly had Hull down as a draw with Stoke but after getting their first victory of the season last week, I think they’ll be confident enough to get another win. My gamble this week is with Everton, I’d have definitely gone with a home victory if Everton had been at Goodison Park but on the road and away to a hard-working Burnley I’ve gone for a draw.


Enjoy your Super 6 Soccer Saturday.


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