LEEDS, England, January 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
After sweeping aside Edouard Roger-Vasselin in his second round match, Andy Murray has consolidated as a 5/1 frontrunner in Sky Bet's Australian Open tennis betting. The Scot is 33-1 ON to march on in Melbourne with victory over Michael Llodra on Saturday and further his quest for a maiden Grand Slam title.
Sky Bet's tennis betting experts are predicting an emphatic win for Murray, quoting 1/3 about a 3-0 defeat of Llodra and it seems that the British number one has been predicting some scorelines of his own this week - Premier League football scorelines!
Footy fanatic Murray took time out Down Under to give Sky Sports his scoreline predictions for the weekly, free-to-play football prediction game, Soccer Saturday Super 6, where you can win £100,000 by correctly predicting the scores of six 3pm Premier League matches. Plus, if the jackpot isn't won, there's a £5,000 prize for the week's best performer and five correct results win you either an iPad or XBOX.
Arsenal fan Andy challenged his sibling and Manchester United supporter Jamie to a Soccer Saturday Super 6 head-to-head in a bid to win the ultimate brotherly bragging rights….
To pit your wits against the Murray brothers and be in with a chance of scooping £100,000, enter Soccer Saturday Super 6 now for free. Submit your entries here by 3pm on Saturday.
Murray Brothers' Soccer Saturday Super 6 predictions for January 21st2012
Everton v Blackburn
Andy: 2-1 - "Blackburn have been scoring but just can't seem to keep a clean sheet."
Jamie: 1-1 - "Everton are struggling to score goals, combined with a very poor home record this season and Blackburn will be on a high after last week's win."
Fulham v Newcastle
Andy: 1-1 - "Fulham are pretty good at home but I like Newcastle this year so I'm going to go with a 1-1 draw."
Jaime: 0-0 - "Fulham are always difficult to beat at Craven Cottage and will be keen to improve on last week's effort at Blackburn. The Newcastle bandwagon rolls on without super Demba Ba!"
QPR v Wigan
Andy: 1-2 - "That's a huge match, a six-pointer, but I'm going to go for a 2-1 for Wigan. QPR are going to be going for it and Victor Moses is going to pop up and score."
Jamie: 2-1 - "It's Mark Hughes' first home game in charge so you got to expect a big performance from QPR."
Stoke v West Brom
Andy: 2-0 - "Stoke should keep a clean sheet and West Brom are struggling to score goals so I'm taking a Stoke win."
Jamie: 1-0 - "Stoke seem to be back on form defensively and it's always tough to get three points at The Britannia. West Brom have lost the last three."
Sunderland v Swansea
Andy: 2-1 - "I want goals in that one for Fantasy Football but I don't know if I'm going to get them. Swansea are good value this year and are going to be on a high after beating Arsenal. However, I'm going to take 2-1 Sunderland."
Jamie: 2-1 - "Martin O'Neill has the Midas touch! Great result for Swansea against Arsenal but they have struggled away from home and I reckon Sunderland will edge it."
Wolverhampton v Aston Villa
Andy: 1-1 - "Villa are struggling for goals and that's got a 1-1 bore draw written all over it."
Jamie: 1-1 - "Midlands derby is bound to be keenly contested but it has draw written all over it for me. Queue a goal feast now!"
Notes to editor
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About Soccer Saturday Super 6
Soccer Saturday Super 6 is a weekly, free-to-enter football prediction game. You can sign up to play Soccer Saturday Super 6 for free at any time. Correctly predict 6 correct scores for a chance to win the weekly jackpot of £100,000, plus there is a £5,000 prize for the week's best performer.
SOURCE Sky Bet