Sky Sports Six A Side covering Championship and Champions League finals
Many may have thought the sky sports six a side game was over for the 2016/17 season. However, there are still two games to get involved in. The first of the games comes from Wembley in the Championship Playoff final as Huddersfield take on Reading for a spot in next season’s Premier League. To round of what has been a very entertaining campaign, Six A Side will be covering the Champions League final as European giants Real Madrid and Juventus go head to head at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.If you haven't signed up to Skybet yet you can get a Skybet free bet here.
This means there is still £10,000 to be won this season and the cost of that? Nothing! This game is completely free to play each week there is a game shown live on Sky Sports.
Championship playoff final
Huddersfield and Reading will fight it out at Wembley on the 29th May for a chance to play in the Premier League next season. When we look at this game at SBAT, we like there being goals, and a lot of them. To check out what we would go for in our six a side team for this game, click here. It is a huge game for both of these sides, who at the beginning of the season we dreaming of a promotion party. You can find out all our betting tips and predictions here in our match preview.
Champions League final
The Champions League is the biggest competition in Europe at club level, and for both Real Madrid and Juventus, it is a trophy they hunt for year in, year out. It’s not likely a Champions League game is done on six a side, but with it being the biggest fixture of the year, it would be rude not to. Once again, if you would like to see what we have gone with, do so here and if you would like to check out our match preview on the huge game, including team news, form guide and our betting tips, press here.
What is Sky Sports Six A Side?
For those who don’t know about the six a side game, it’s a very simple game which gives you the chance to win £5000 every week. The aim of the game is to pick six players you think will be the highest scoring players that week. Points are judged on all kind of things including goals, clean sheets, saves, shots on target, successful passes and much more.
Each week there will be four players you have to pick from, these are called ‘Elite players’. Once you have selected your elite player, you can then pick the rest of your team from the rest of the squad. You then have to pick a power play, this is a time in the game you will receive double points before picking a golden goal time, which will be the minute used if there is a tie at the end.
If you at the end of the game are top of everyone else playing, you will have won £5000 for a game that is free to play. However, if you are joint at the top, it will go down to your golden goal. This can be very cruel to you as our tipster Dean Carr found out throughout the season, losing on just the golden goal.
Check out our tips for the upcoming six a side games here!