If playing free Super Six and Fantasty Football with Sky wasn't enough for you then there's another chance to win with a relatively new game. Fantasy Six A Side was introduced last season and it gives you the chance to win £5000. All you have to do is pick six players from the featured game and then hope that they score points for you.
To play Sky's Fantasy Six A Side you need to be registered with Sky Bet (or Poker, Bingo, Vegas, Casino). Once registered you can login via the website or download the special app. Your task is then to select six players from the teams in the chosen patch.
For the start of the new season the game is Arsenal v Liverpool. The first player to pick is an "Elite Player" - this is to prevent you overloading your team with the very best. This week everyone's going to end up with Coutinho of Liverpool as the other players (Ozil, Giroud and Sturridge are injured).
After selecting an elite player you then need to pick five more. These can be in any position and you don't need to pick a goalkeeper. Usually Sky include scores from previous games which helps as a guide. Unfortunately for the first game of the season you're just going to have to make a guess.
Finally, once all your team members have been chosen, you need to pick a power play. This is usually where the prizes are won and lost as the power play is when your players score double points. Scoring is a bit of a mystery to be fair but according to the rules "points are based on the real life performance of all the players in the featured match". Our advice is just sit back and enjoy the game.
The highest scoring player in each Round will win the guaranteed prize of £5000. You can play every week and it's totally free! Don't forget to play other free games including Super Six and Hotshot Jackpot.
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