Soccer Saturday Super 6

  • Last Updated: February 15 2014, 14:25 GMT

Here are the Sporting Life predictions for the selected matches in the Soccer Saturday Super 6 game.

Beppe Sannino: Can keep Watford on an upward curve
Beppe Sannino: Can keep Watford on an upward curve

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The Sky Bet Championship provides all of the Super 6 games, including Millwall v Bolton.

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Here are the Sporting Life predictions for the matches so get involved for the chance to win big!

Birmingham 2 Huddersfield 1

Birmingham will be glad to be back home after away defeats to Watford and Charlton and they're fancied to see off a Huddersfield side that will be smarting following a heavy home loss at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

Bournemouth 0 Burnley 2

Barring a narrow win over Huddersfield at the end of January, the Cherries have been struggling of late and now face a Burnley side who have hit their straps again, recording back-to-back victories over Millwall and Bolton.

Doncaster 1 Barnsley 1

Both teams scrambling for points near the foot of the Sky Bet Championship table and that could produce a cagey affair.

Ipswich 2 Blackpool 1

There have been some signs of a possible Blackpool resurgence in recent weeks but there is still uncertainty surrounding the club and Ipswich, whose last league defeat came against QPR on January 11, are expected to take full advantage.

Millwall 2 Bolton 1

Both clubs are a little too close to the drop zone for comfort but home advantage might prove enough for the Lions.

Watford 2 Middlesbrough 0

Beppe Sannino has already made a positive impact, the Hornets claiming seven points from nine since his arrival, and there should be more improvement to come as his ideas start to bed in. Boro look there for the taking having failed to score in their last four.