1. Pick a Team from the World Cup Groups.
  2. Click on the Team's shirt.
  3. A trio of coming matches are displayed, predict the score for each round of 3 matches.
  4. You can edit your prediction at any time up to 5 minutes before kick off.
  5. Make 3 predictions.
  6. Click Buy Ticket and confirm purchase team ticket.
  7. Increase your chances of winning by selecting ‘Play Again’ and make more predictions for the same Trio of coming fixtures.
  8. You can buy a Trio Ticket after the first or the second matches have been played, the price is displayed at BUY TICKET. (£5 for 3 matches, £3 for 2 matches and £2 for the final match).
  9. When the current Trio is over the Team's upcoming match in the World Cup will be displayed (if they are still competing in the World Cup!).

Prize Structure

The prize pool is split into four  – 3 pots  for each round of matches and the Leaderboard pot (see below).  If there are no winning predictions  for a particular round of matches the prize fund will roll over to the next Round.


Leaderboard points are awarded on the basis of 1 point for predicting the correct outcome of a match (win, draw, win), 3 points for predicting scores of 1-1, 1-0, 2-0, 2-1 and 4 points for all other scores. Points are awarded for all Trio Tickets purchased with the best predictions for the 3 matches being counted. The best predictor with the most points amassed will share the special prize of £500 + with the second best predictor.

Leaderboard Prize Structure

The Prize pool is split in to two levels – one for winners with most points and one for winners with 2nd highest points. In the event of two or more players tying for a position then the prizes for those places will be aggregated and divided equally between the number of winners.


  1. Predict the score of any match.
  2. The score at the end of normal play is taken as the final result, extra time not included.
  3. Click BET to place your bet.
  4. Increase your chances of winning by predicting further matches.

Prize Structure

The prize pool for all matches played on a match day is split into the number of correct score predictions for matches played on that day. If there are no correct predictions the prize pool is rolled over to the next match day.


  1. By purchasing a £6 season ticket you will be able to predict the outcome of the final 6 fixtures for the 2013-14 EPL season starting from 5 April 2014 EPL match week 33. If match week 33 has passed you can still buy a season ticket and predict all of the remaining matches, the price of the season ticket falls week by week (see below). Predictions are made for particular EPL match weeks and by clicking the week tab you can see the 10 matches for that particular week. You can predict on any week and change predictions before kick-off.
  2. Predict the outcome for each of the fixtures highlighted for a particular EPL match week. There will normally be 10 fixtures but there may be more or less depending on weekend cup matches and rearranged mid-week matches that are given an EPL week number.
  3. For each fixture, predict if it will end in a home win (H), draw (D) or away win (A). When the matches are past they are scored and correct predictions are marked with a tick.
  4. To make your predictions, click the relevant box corresponding to the fixture on the grid. Click once for H, twice for D and three times for A. If you want to cancel the prediction click a fourth time. Predictions may also be made by clicking on the list of matches to the right of the grid.
  5. Click "Save Bets" to place your bets immediately. You can change your prediction at any time up to 1 minute before kick-off.

Prize Structure

Weekly prize

Simply get all your predictions correct to win the prize pool. If there are multiple winners, the prize pool will be shared. The prize pool will roll over if there are no winners.

Monthly Prize

The following match weeks will constitute the monthly prizes.

  • April 33-35
  • May 36-38

The player with the most correct predictions will win the main prize pool, see the leaderboard for game development.

Season Prize

The player with the most weekly predictions over the course of the second half of the season, commencing match week 20, will win the main prize pool. See the leaderboard for game development.

Club Prize

The player with the most correct predictions for each of the 20 Premier League clubs will win the relevant Club prize pool. See the Club leaderboards for game development.