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Soccer 6 fixtures and tips below
How to play soccer 6
The soccer 6 pool is when a punter places a wager on six scheduled soccer matches (normally South African Premier Soccer League, English Premier League but also sometimes from the bigger European leagues). There are only three bet choices available one each game. Home (H), draw (X) or away (away). You can see all of our Soccer 6 Predictions above.
H means the home team, draw is represented by X and A means the away team.
For example the first game of the selected 6 will be Manchester City vs Liverpool. The match is played at the venue of the team so it is written first and in this case Manchester City is the H team and Liverpool the A team. If the punter thinks the game will end in a stalemate then they must mark with an X.
Soccer 6 is slightly easier to win than soccer 4 as there are only three outcomes to place a bet on for each game and the highest prize in South Africa has been R233 824.
M1 will denote Match One, M2 match 2 and so forth until the sixth one is reached.
An example bet will look like – in M1 (Match 1) the punter chooses 3 options, 2 more options in (Match 2), 3 options in match 3, 2 in (Match 4), 1 in (Match 5) and 1 in (Match 6). This calculation will now look like 3x2x3x2x1x1=24 times by six – total bet of R216.
The soccer 6 offers pools on most days, but the midweek and weekend ones are the most popular dates to play.
Punters can play online on the soccer6.co.za site or via telephone on 0861444822 (open a telephone bet account). The punters can also go to the TABS or use FNB via the app, ATM or at the bank.