Sportpesa Mega Jackpot and Sportpesa midweek jackpot status update

With Sportpesa back in operation, many gamblers have been asking whether the two jackpots are back on offering.

Being the most popular of all jackpots in the country, punters are salivating. The midweek pot starts at Kshs 10,000,000 and continues increasing every week until it is won. The mega jackpot which is wildly popular starts at Kshs 100,000,000 and also grows every week. By the time Sportpesa were mid closing last year, the pot had grown to an astonishing Kshs 200,000,000.

The allure of bonuses is also too attractive to pass up the jackpots. Punters trust Sportpesa and with negative, experiences with other betting firms, they can’t wait to get back trying Sportpesa jackpots.

So the golden question everyone is asking; when will the Sportpesa mega and midweek jackpots be back?

 We put this question to Sportpesa and they informed us that their analysts are still looking at the matches and will update them in the coming weeks.

Having just got back in business, we obviously don’t expect the giant betting firm to offer the mega jackpot immediately. Our source also intimated that it won’t take long. December perhaps? we shall wait.

At multibet, we will definitely be offering the mega jackpot predictions and midweek jackpot predictions immediately they are back. Just like we used to, our target will always be the tantalizing bonuses that we used to win every other week. Stay tuned.

Withholding tax:potential impact on sportpesa mega jackpot and shabiki power 13 jackpot

It is official that sports betting companies that are currently operational are now complying with the withholding taxes to be levied on winnings.The government stands to gain a whopping 20% of any winnings made through sports betting.This accounts for a hefty contribution to KRA’s annual tax collection targets assuming there are wins.

According to an article done on Citizen TV website the current shortfall from the lack of remittance of withholding tax by the sports betting companies has greatly contributed to a shortfall in collections against KRA collection targets.

So what does this mean for sportpesa mega jackpot as well as shabiki power 13 jackpot?

Sportpesa mega jackpot regularly has weekly bonus winners who win between KES 3000 and KES 12,000,000 when one achieves over 12 correct predictions out of the 17 games offered.

If you take an average bonus at KES 50,000 it means that the government would stand to gain on average KES 10,000 for a majority of the bonus wins and if Abisai or Ogada who both won over KES 200 Million had been met with the taxman then their winnings would have shrunk by approximately KES 40 Million.

If we drill further and work with the numbers shared by sportpesa where they collect in excess of KES 20B a year from their customers and we assume that winners account for even 10% of that revenue then the government stands to gain in excess of KES 400 Million from sportpesa alone annually.

Shabiki power 13 jackpot currently offers a guaranteed walk away of KES 10 Million every week meaning they stand to benefit the government with KES 4 Million every week,KES 16 Million every Month and KES 192 Million every year from their Jackpot alone.And with Shabiki now introducing a mid-week jackpot as well the taxman will be all smiles with a KES 384 Million contribution from a single company.

Extrapolate that across the industry and the government stands to gain extensively hence the current ongoing battles between the government and the betting industry.There are approximately 33 online sports betting firms in Kenya and this small group is a very easy avenue for the taxman to collect a very large chunk of change.

Now that the government is taxing us further what should be our expectations?

The betting industry and specifically sportpesa have made great contributions towards the sports community with their large sponsorships of football and rugby in Kenya.This has alleviated a large burden from the government who have enjoyed a fantastic growth in sports with honestly mediocre support to the sports community.

This withholding tax collections should be solely geared towards growing our sports community with investments starting from sports infrastructures in schools to creating an environment where sports as a profession is viable.We cannot fight this tax but we can hold this government that appears to have a tendency to misplace Billions of OUR Shillings consistently accountable.

Sportpesa Mega Jackpot Prediction

This week’s Mega Jackpot features a collection of teams from less popular Leagues around the world. Therefore a deeper analysis is required for improved betting knowledge. It is important for one to understand the facts and statistics relating to the fixtures. With that in mind, below is a game to game analysis of the listed Matches, Which should guide your bet slip creation process.

 

ROPS ROVANIEMI vs SEINAJOEN JK

In Finland’s Veikkausliiga RoPs Rovaniemi  will  play Seinajoen JK as their opponents in the Rovaniemen keskuskenttä stadium. RoPs are 9th on the table having played 9 matches in the Veikkausliiga.They have won 3 games drawn 1 and lost 5 matches.They have scored 6 goals and conceded 11 goals.In their last five home matches they have 2 wins and 3 losses.

Seinajoen JK is in 4th place having played 9 matches in the league registering 3 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses, scoring 9 goals and conceding 8 goals. Their current away form stands at 3 draws 1 win and 1 loss. In the last 6 matches these teams have met Seinajoen JK have won 4 times while RoPs Rovaniemi has won twice. Seinajoen JK looks good on paper but judging by their meetings any team can win or draw in the match up.

NEWPORT vs TRANMERE
In the England – League Two Play Off Final Newport county will meet Tranmere Rovers at Wembley Stadium a single game stands in the way for these teams to witness their dream come to reality. After making it through the semi-finals, both teams are preparing for this challenge, the price a being promotion the higher division.

Newport had to deal with Mansfield in a tough Semifinal that they won on penalties. Tranmere, on the other hand, won their semi-finals on an aggregate scoreline. Considering this is a final one-off affair, either squad will be fighting to the last minute.

In their head to head comparison, Two of the last three games were goalless drawn. Newport has had an unbeaten record. Except for one match. Newport is obviously in better form and has been unbeaten in their last 12 matches. Comparatively, Tranmere had not had a win in seven of their last nine fixtures. Importantly, Newport holds an unbeaten record over Tranmere. Considering recent form, and domination in head to head comparison, count on Newport to avoid a loss at any cost. Predictably, this could be a Newport win or a draw.

HAPOEL BEER SHEEVA vs MACCABI TEL AVIV

In the Israel League at Toto Turner Stadium stadium, Beersheba, Hapoel Beer Sheeva will be playing Maccabi Tel aviv in a game  where fans are expecting a match-up between two star players, Hapoel’s Ben sahar who has 15 goals in all competitions and Maccabi’s Eliran Atar who has 19 goals are the topscorers in their respective teams.Maccabi still boast of Atzili and cohen each with 11 goals in comparison to Hapoel’s second place scorer Maman who has 7 goals.

Maccabi are League leaders with 66 points. In 26 games played they havent lost a single match recording a remarkable 20 wins and 6 draws. In comparison to fouth placed Hapoel who have also played 26 matches with 39 points broken down to 10 wins, 9 draws and 9 losses.

Hapoel Beer Sheva have averagely scored 1.43 goals per match in 16 matches played at home while Maccabi Tel Aviv have averagely scored 2.00 goals per match in 20 matches played away. Maccabi have 3 wins and 2 draws in their last five matches while Hapoel have 3 wins 2 draws and a loss. This fixture might end in a Maccabi win or a draw.

 

MACCABI NENTANYA vs MACCABI HAIFA
Maccabi Netanya is currently In the 3rd place in the Ligat-Al table. Last game they played they lost to Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv in which they lost at home, There will be alot of expectations surrounding Maccabi Nentanya’s topscorers Fatos Beciraj who has 15 goals and Guy Melamed who has 10 goals. In comparison to Haifa’s Rukavytsya who has 10 goals.

Haifa are in second place with 44 points garnered from 26 matches with a breakdown of 12 wins, 8 draws and 6 losses.Whereas Nentanya have 43 points from 26 matches with a breakdown of 12 wins 7 draws and 7 losses. In their current form both teams have four wins and two draws each. In their last five meetings both teams drew twice, Nentanya won 2 times and Haifa won once. This mostly looks like a Maccabi Nentanya win or a draw due to their league table placement.

FC CINCINNATI vs NEWYORK REDBULLS

This will be a match in the American Major League soccer.The match will be played on Nippert stadium. FC Cincinnati is currently at 22nd place in the overall Mls which is a combination of Eastern conference and western confrence.Newyork Red bulls are 12th in the table and look to  be the dominant side as these two teams battle it out.

Fc Cincinnati have played 13 matches registering 3 wins, 2 draws and 8 losses which adds up to 11 points in comparison to Newyork Redbull’s 17 points acquired from playing 12 games which can be broken down to 5 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses. Fc Cincinnati’s  home record in the last five matches stands at 2 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw. While Newyork redbull’s away form stands at 1 win, 2 draws and 2 losses.

This two teams have only met twice before, In the Us open cup and Major league soccer. In both instances Newyork redbull won the match 2-3 in the open cup an 1-0 last month when they were playing at home. Fc Cincinnati top scorer is Darren Mattocks with only 2 goals in comparison to  Redbull’s Daniel Royer who has 7 goals. It is highly expected that Newyork Red bulls will bag a win but a draw is very likely to occur since New york Red bull’s away losses and draws have been against teams that are below them on the table notably New England, Kansas city, Chicago fire and Columbus.

 

COLORADO RAPIDS vs COLUMBUS CREW

This will be another match that will be played in the American Major league soccer between bottom placed colorado rapids at number 24 on the table and 15th placed Columbus crew. The home team has only registered 1 win, 2 draws and 9 losses in the 12 matches that they have played, In comparison to the away team that has 5 wins, 1 draw and  8 losses in the 14 matches that they have played.

Colorado have 5 points while columbus crew have 16 points. Colorado’s home form is poor having acquired 4 losses in their last 4 matches, which is similar to columbus crew’s record who have lost their last 5 away matches. In the head to head anaylsis of their last 5 meetings, both teams have drawn twice, Columbus have won twice and Colorado once.

It will be up to the likes of Kel Ansu kamara from colorado rapids with 7 goals and Gyasi Zardes of columbus with 4 goals to try and win the match for their teams.This looks like a colorado rapids win or a draw for both teams as they battle it out o the pitch.

 

MONTEDIO YAMAGATA vs ZWIENGEN KANAZAWA

In Japan’s J.League 2 Goal scorers Jefferson Baiano who has 4 goals for Yamagata and Giovanni Clunie who has 3 goals will be expected to score goals for their respective teams in this match-up.Yamagata are at the top of the table with 28 points having played 14 matches with 8 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses viz a viz Kanazawa who are 7th place and a point away from 4th, 5th and 6th placed Ventforet Kofu, Kashiwa Reysol and Kyoto Sanga Fc respectively.Kanazawa have 6 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses in the 14 matches they have played so far.

In their Last 5 meetings both teams have drawn once, Kanazawa has won 3 times whereas Yamagata has won twice. In relation to the wins, The team that was playing at home won the match and when they drew Kanazawa was playing at home. If the same pattern ensues, It is very likely that Montedio Yamagata will win this match with a home turf advantage.

 

URAWA RED DIAMONDS vs SANFRECCE

Saitama stadium will be the place where these two opponents shall test each other in Japan’s top League soccer known as Japan J League.  In terms of statistics these two teams have similar records, both have 17 points which they got from 5 wins 2 draws and 5 losses.

Their goals difference is what sets them apart on the table with Hiroshima at 8th place having scored more goals and conceded less (12:9) than Urawa Red Diamonds. The hosts have scored 10 goals and conceded 13 goals in 12 matches comparatively. Urawa have lost 3 games, won 1 and drew once in their recent home matches, while their opponents Sanfrecce Hiroshima have 2 losses and 3 wins in their recent matches away from home.

In their Last 5 meetings Urawa red Diamonds have won 3 matches while sanfrecce Hiroshima have only won once. There was a draw that ensued between the two in april of last year when Hiroshima was playing at home. Urawa are expected to dispay a similar perfomance to replicate their recent meeting in which they beat Hiroshima 4 goals to 1 in july of last year while they were playing away from home.
VISSEL KOBE vs SHONAN BELMARE

This is another fixture in the Japan’s J league that will see 15th placed Vissel Kobe play 9th placed Shonan Belmare at Noevir Stadium. The hosts have 10 points in 12 matches played, translating to 3 wins, 1 draw and 8 losses. On the other hand the visitors have 17 points from 5 wins, 2 draws and 5 Losses after playing 12 matches. In goals scored versus goals conceded Kobe have 15:22 as in comparison to Belmare who have 16:15.

Therefore Kobe are at a lower position due to conceding more goals most likey in the matches they have lost. They are only a goal behind Belmare, More importantly Vissel kobe have won three matches in their last five meetings with Shonan Belmare who have won only two games. Interestingly in those five meetings whomever was playing away from home won the match with an exception one instance where Kobe got a win while playing at home.

In recent matches, Belmare have registered 3 wins and 2 losses in comparison to Kobe’s home form which stands at 3 losses, 1 draw and 1 win in their last five fixtures. This is clearly anybody’s match but dont be too quick to rule out a Belmare win.

MJALLBY vs GAIS

In Sweden’s Superettan 2nd place MJALLBY will host GAIS in a match that both teams will be trying to win. MJALLBY are only a point ahead of 3rd place Ik Brage with 18 points, Secured after 6 wins and 3 losses in 9 matches played. While GAIS have 13 points with just one point away from Degerfors with 13 aquired from playing 9 matches in which they won three games, drew in other four games and two losses.

MJALLBY will be going in to this match with expectation of retaining their 2nd place position by winning while GAIS will be looking to go over 2 teams above them to 4th place if the teams Degerfors and J-Sodra draw or loose. MJALLBY’s current form is a remarkable 5 wins and one loss in their last six matches as compared to GAIS who have 2 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses in six matches. MJALLBY are favourites to win in this match-up as they look to extend their winning form.

TORNS IF vs LANDSKRONA BOIS

Sweden’s Division one will present this match in the Tornvallen stadium in which 5th place Torns IF will battle it out with 2nd placed Landskrona Bois.With only 8 matches played by both teams. Torns have won four games, Drawn in two games and Lost two matches. Which enabled them to get 14 points. On the otherhand Landskrona Bois have won four games and drawn in other four games. They have not lost a single match which totals to 16 points,They are only 2 points away from league leaders Skovde who have 18 points.

In regards to current home form, Torns have earned a single win, two draws and two losses in their last five fixtures, In comparison to Landskrona’s current away form that has enabled them to register two wins, two draws and one loss. This is a match that could go either way and a draw is also possible. Even though Torns have a home turf advantage.

 

CHARLTON vs SUNDERLAND

This will be a play-off final in which Charlton secured their place after beating Doncaster Rovers thanks to Darren Pratley who ensured they got to penaltie. Their coach Lee Bowyer will be looking to play striker Lyle Taylor. On the other hand Sunderland got to the final after dealing with portsmouth.Chris Maguire will be the man to watch on sunderlands side.

Both teams drew once and Sunderland bagged a win while at home in their two recent meetings. Charlton look to be the better team with 4 wins in their five recent matches, In comparison to Sunderland who have one win, two draws and two losses, in their recent five matches. Even though Charlton looks like the better team, When it comes to a final at the Wembley Stadium it usually comes down to who wants it more and individual talents by gifted players, Further more this is match that could see a team get promoted. This is the type of match that will be buzzing with scouts and Sunderland will not be short off winning mentality.

DUNAREA CALARASI vs GAZ METAN MEDIAS

In Romania’s Liga 1, a match-up between this two teams will be held at Dunarea Calarasi’s home turf the Stadionul lon comsa, where 6th place hosts will welcome 2nd placed visitors. Both teams have registered three goaless draws in their last three meetings which makes this match a very tough oune to call out.

However statistically the visitors have 7 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses in 11 matches played giving them 39 points in Comparison to the hosts who have 3 wins, 4 draws and 5 losses in 12 matches played giving them 25 points. The hosts home form stands at 2 wins, 2 draws and one loss in their last five matches while the visitors have 3wins and 2 losses in their last five away matches. Notably Gaz Metan Medias will be missing a key defender Maurius constatin who was sent off in their recent game with Fc Botosani. If the curse of a tie is broken then it will be the visitors who break it.

RANHEIM vs STROMSGODSET

This is a match under Norway’s Eliteserien in which 9th placed hosts welcome 10th placed visitors in a clash separated by a point in the current table standings. Ranheim have 10 points in 9 matches played thus 3 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses in comparison to Stromsgodset who have 9 points in 9 matches elaborated further as 2 wins 3 draws and 4 losses .

In the last four meetings Stromsgodset have won 2 matches in which they were playing at home. Both teams drew twice in matches where Ranheim was playing at home, If the same form is replicated then the match could end in a draw. However we must consider how the teams faired in their last 6 matches. Ranheim has won 4 and lost 2 of their last 6 matches whereas Stromsgoset has 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses in their last 6 matches which makes Ranheim a favorite if the match does not end in a draw.

 

KAYSERISPOR vs ERZURUM BB

Turkish Super Lig there will be an interesting match between 11th placed kayserispor and 17th placed Erzurum BB who are relegation prone. A win for the visitors would garner them a deserved 3 points that might take them away from relegation if closely positioned Bursaspor and Goztepe slip up in their upcoming matches.Kayserispor will also be looking to climb up higher on the table

Kayserispor have 41points in 33 matches in which they have won 10, drawn 11 and lost 12. Comparatively Erzurum BB have 32 points in 33 matches with 7 wins, 11 draws and 15 losses.In their last 6 matches kayserispor have won once, drawn twice and lost thrice while the visitors have won thrice, drawn once and lost twice.These two teams drew the last time they met at Erzurum’s home turf.Anyone would clearly lean on kayserispor’s side due to statistics but Erzurum BB is a team fighting for relagation so this match could have any outcome.

LOKOMOTIVA ZAGREB vs HNK GORICA

In the Russian league Zagreb who are 6th on the table with 49 points have 13 wins , 10 draws and 12 losses after playing 35 games .They will be hosting Gorica who are 5th placed with 56 points  translating to 16 wins, 8 draws and 11 losses  after a similar number of games. In their last four meetings, Lokomotiva has won twice while playing away from home and they have also drawn twice with the opponents while playing at home which shows a likelyhood of a draw.

In their last six matches lokomotiva have registered 1 win, 2 draws, and 3 losses in comparison to Gorica who have 3 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. There are some key players that could provide goals to either side, for instance Lokomotiva’s Dejan Radonjic who has 9 goals and Gorica’s clinical polish foward Lukasz Zwolinski who has scored 15 goals. This match could end in a draw if not a zagreb win.

CAGLIARI vs UDINESE

This is a Serie A match which is in the dying embers, this is the last match for both teams.Cagliari also known as the Sardinians drew in their last match with Genoa to climb up to 13th position.Coach Igor Tudor’s Udinese players with be breathing easier thanks to a 3-2 victory over SPAL which ensured their Serie A survival. Star players Leonardo Pavoletti for Cagliari who has 22 goals viz a viz Lasagna who has 19 goals and his team mate Rorigo De paul who has 12 goals.

Cagliari have 41 points in 37 matches played translating to 10 wins, 11 draws  and 16 losses as compared to 16th placed relegation survivors Udinese who have 40 points  in 37 matches which translate to 10 wins, 10 draws and 17 losses. In their head to head statistics, out of their five previous meetings Cagliari have won three matches while the visitors have won two. Cagliari’s current form in six matches stands at 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses as compared to Udinese who have 2 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses.This match looks like a Cagliari win.

SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT, POST-MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN.

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 9/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention a mind boggling total of 6 draws with 3 of them coming in the last 4 matches: but as always, we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.

Reading vs Millwall

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 3-1

Yakou Meite netted a brace for Reading as they eased the pressure on manager Paul Clement by beating fellow Championship strugglers Millwall. Meite headed Reading into the lead as he glanced in Tyler Blackett’s near-post cross but Murray Wallace levelled for Millwall within six minutes.

Clement’s side regained the lead on the stroke of half-time after Blackett was fouled by Mahlon Romeo in the penalty area. Sam Baldock converted from the spot, as Romeo was booked, and the Royals made the points safe when Meite headed in a Leandro Bacuna corner late on.

Reading’s first Championship victory in four games came courtesy of a gritty display and some notable saves from returning goalkeeper Anssi Jaakkola. The Finn was recalled between the sticks for the first time since March after injuries to Vito Mannone and Sam Walker.

Twice he denied Millwall an opener in the first 15 minutes with a one-on-one save from Lee Gregory before clawing a Jake Cooper header off his line. Before Meite broke the deadlock, Liam Kelly struck a post for Reading in the first half, while Tom Elliott headed an effort against the crossbar as Millwall searched for a leveller after the break. Jaakkola again proved solid when he blocked a close-range Shane Ferguson volley from Jed Wallace’s cross as Reading clinched an important victory.

We had gone for a home win based on head to head records as well as current form and it proved an accurate prediction.

Wigan vs West Brom

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 1-0

Josh Windass ended West Bromwich Albion’s seven-game unbeaten run to lift Wigan Athletic up to seventh in the Championship. Summer signing Windass got the only goal 16 minutes from time. Latching onto Nick Powell’s knockdown from Latics goalkeeper Christian Walton’s long clearance, he accelerated, then veered to his right past the last defender to drill low right-footed past Sam Johnstone.

Albion would have regained top spot with a point or better but failed to score in the league for only the second time this season.

Only a string of fine saves from Johnstone prevented Wigan winning by more and Albion ended with 10 men as Jake Livermore was sent off for a second yellow card late on. After a free-scoring few weeks, this defeat would have acted as a timely reminder to Albion that promotion back to the Premier League will not be straightforward.

Paul Cook’s Wigan proudly protected their own undefeated sequence – they have not lost in the league at the DW Stadium since February – and were unfortunate not to win by more. Despite hamstring injuries keeping out Latics attackers Will Grigg and Michael Jacobs, they created several chances and limited Albion – by far the Championship’s top scorers – to just one shot on target.

Albion’s front duo of Dwight Gayle (eight) and Jay Rodriguez (seven) had scored more than Wigan’s team (14) combined this season – but Windass levelled that statistic. The Latics dominated a feisty game that featured nine bookings, including Livermore’s pair of yellows, and Windass was denied three times by Johnstone before opening the scoring.

Johnstone also twice denied Gary Roberts, while Albion’s best chance of rescuing a point saw Ahmed Hegazi’s header hit the side netting late on.

We had gone for an away win based on their long unbeaten streak but it came to a crashing end over the weekend.

Nottingham vs Norwich

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 1-2

Timm Klose’s second-half double lifted Norwich City into the Championship play-off places at the expense of Nottingham Forest with a 2-1 win at the City Ground.

City, who inflicted Forest’s first home defeat since they lost to Brentford in April, had to come from behind to secure the points. Lewis Grabban crashed home a Joao Carvalho chipped pass to put Forest in front on five minutes. Despite the best efforts of Onel Hernandez, who hit a post, and Marco Stiepermann, who missed with the goal gaping, that was how it stayed until the second half.

On the hour, Klose headed in a Moritz Leitner free-kick to level and, with time ticking down, the Switzerland international then nudged a rebound from Jordan Rhodes’ shot past Costel Pantilimon for his third goal in as many games.

This was Forest’s first defeat in all competitions since their 2-1 away loss at Brentford on 1 September, and was the result of Aitor Karanka’s side failing to build on their early momentum as the Canaries forced their way back into the game.

They drop to eighth, two points behind Blackburn in sixth. In-form Forest forward Joe Lolley, who had three goals in his past four games, struck the crossbar soon after Grabban’s early goal, but the shift in possession and chances was noticeable after the break. City striker Rhodes imposed his presence on the game, keeping Pantilimon busy, and Klose’s timely brace ensured a return to winning ways and a first defeat against the Canaries for Reds boss Karanka.

We had based our pick on home ground advantage but Norwich made a stunning comeback to secure a memorable away victory.

Shrewsbury vs Sunderland

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 0-2

Sunderland scored twice in the second half to run out comfortable winners at Shrewsbury.

An own goal from Omar Beckles gave the visitors the lead before sub Luke O’Nien added a late second.

Shrewsbury created two early chances as Beckles nodded Alex Gilliead’s cross over the bar before a Luke Waterfall header from Shaun Whalley’s corner was saved by Sunderland goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin.

Visiting skipper Lee Cattermole volleyed Jerome Sinclair’s cross over the bar before Whalley’s curling free kick at the other end bounced up against the bar.

Sunderland made the breakthrough in the 58th minute as left-back Beckles turned a cross from Lynden Gooch into his own net.

Chris Maguire’s well-struck shot was kept out by home goalkeeper Joel Coleman shortly afterwards.

Beckles and sub Aaron Amadi-Holloway were both off target with headers as Shrewsbury chased an equaliser before O’Nien, having just been sent on by Black Cats manager Jack Ross, fired in a low shot to double Sunderland’s advantage six minutes from time.

We backed the black cats to carry the day and it proved an accurate prediction.

Cardiff vs Fulham

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 4-2

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic said his side have “so many defensive problems to fix” after they slipped into the Premier League relegation zone with defeat at Cardiff. Andre Schurrle’s spectacular 30-yard strike put the visitors ahead against the run of play, but within 10 minutes they trailed against a resurgent Bluebirds side inspired by a fervent home crowd.

Josh Murphy equalised with a precise low finish, and then Bobby Reid seized on frenetic Fulham defending to slot in his first goal for the club – only for Ryan Sessegnon to make it 2-2 before the break. Fulham seemed to grow in confidence from that point, but Cardiff responded again, with Callum Paterson shooting on the turn to squeeze the ball into the bottom corner to make it 3-2.

Then, as the visitors went in search of a late equaliser, a slip from Tim Ream allowed Victor Camarasa to square the ball to Cardiff substitute Kadeem Harris, whose close-range finish prompted delirious celebrations among the home fans.

Cardiff’s first league win of the season lifted them off the bottom of the table and out of the relegation zone, while Fulham have now conceded 12 goals in their past three games.

Based on Fulham’s abysmal defensive record, we backed the home side to carry the day and they did run rampant against their London-based opponents.

Newcastle vs Brighton

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 0-1

Rafael Benitez said turning around Newcastle’s fortunes will be the toughest challenge of his career after slipping to the bottom of the Premier League following defeat by Brighton.

The Magpies remain winless after a fifth straight home loss thanks to Brighton’s Beram Kayal, who deflected in Jose Izquierdo’s strike in the 29th minute.

The Seagulls lost leading scorer Glenn Murray, who was taken off after a sickening aerial collision in the ninth minute. Brighton boss Chris Hughton later stated that the forward had been concussed but would leave hospital after having precautionary fans. But it did not put the visitors off their stride in a match where they spent most of the time defending.

Benitez said the Magpies needed to be “more precise and clinical” after producing 27 shots on goal, with only six on target. Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey went closest to scoring – first with a strike that was superbly blocked by Mat Ryan, then with a free-kick saved by the Australian with the help from his wall.

And despite saying he was confident he could turn things around, when asked if the current situation is the toughest he has faced, the Spaniard said: “Yes, at the moment, yes.” I have had a lot of situations, but at the moment, obviously it’s a difficult task.”

The result means Newcastle are the fourth team in top-flight history to lose their first five home games of a season – the other three teams were relegated.

We had backed the home side to get their 1st win of the season based on their 1st half performance against the red devils but they were once again poor and deserved no points.

Hull City vs Preston

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 1-1

Hull City missed a chance to move out of the Championship relegation zone as fellow strugglers Preston North End grabbed a late equaliser. The Tigers hit the woodwork three times through Kamil Grosicki, Chris Martin and Jarrod Bowen and saw Preston goalkeeper Chris Maxwell pull off a string of saves.

Bowen then put the Tigers ahead from the penalty spot five minutes from time after Lilywhites centre-back Jordan Storey had brought down Martin. But Preston hit back in the third minute of stoppage time when Louis Moult brought the ball down, turned and fired in to extend the visitors’ unbeaten run to three games.

Hull had failed to score in three of their past four games heading into the match and looked like they would draw another blank until Bowen broke the deadlock from 12 yards. After Alan Brown and Lukas Nmecha spurned early chances for North End, Poland international Grosicki’s fierce strike came back off the upright and Martin hit the bar with a header.

Maxwell denied Bowen from Grosicki’s cutback after the break and the influential Pole had two more attempts saved before Maxwell deflected another Bowen effort onto the post. The forward’s fourth goal of the campaign seemed set to give Nigel Adkins’ side a first win in six games but substitute Moult struck to share the spoils.

Alex Neil’s Preston move out of the bottom three on goal difference after Millwall lost at Reading, while Hull climb off the bottom having won more games than Ipswich Town, who return to the foot of the table.

Wycombe vs Scunthorpe

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 3-2

Craig Mackail-Smith completed a remarkable Wycombe comeback by scoring an injury-time winner as the ten-man Chairboys recovered from two goals down to beat Scunthorpe.

Mackail-Smith punished a mistake from defender Rory McArdle, racing clear before finishing expertly past Jak Alnwick. It looked like Wycombe would settle for a valiant point after Fred Onyedinma curled home from 20 yards on 53 minutes to make it 2-2 after good hold-up play by Adebayo Akinfenwa.

Scunthorpe had started the game in lightning fashion with two goals in the opening seven minutes as they threatened to run riot. Ryan Colclough scored after just 18 seconds, cutting in from the left and firing past a stranded Ryan Allsop.

Stephen Humphrys made it 2-0 in double-quick time, clinically slotting past the Wycombe keeper. However, Dominic Gape gave Wycombe hope with a brilliant finish on 26 minutes to reduce their arrears. Allsop was sent off with 10 minutes to go after being given a straight red for a foul on Ike Ugbo before Mackail-Smith’s deserved winner.

We had backed the home team based on h2h records and it proved accurate.

Crawley Town vs Newport

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 4-1

Crawley closed in on the League Two play-off places with an impressive win over promotion-hunting Newport County. Joe Maguire struck for the hosts inside a minute from a Lewis Young cross. Jamille Matt levelled, but Filipe Morais’ penalty restored Crawley’s lead after Ollie Palmer was brought down.

Palmer’s header and Ashley Nathaniel-George’s solo goal stretched Crawleys’ lead, before County’s Fraser Franks was shown a straight red card for a bad foul on Nathaniel-George.

Yeovil vs Tranmere

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 0-0

Yeovil and Tranmere played out a goalless draw as neither side did enough to secure all three points in their League Two clash at Huish Park. Yeovil arguably had the better of the few opportunities in the game as a flicked header from Alex Fisher in the first half was tipped over by Scott Davies.

After the break, the Glovers went reasonably close again as a cross from Jake Gray turned into a shot and, with Davies stranded, Luke McCoulough expertly headed away from under his own bar.

Yoann Arquin perhaps should have done better with a Carl Dickinson free-kick that found him in the box but he could only put it wide, while Tom James had Davies worried with a free-kick of his own which the Tranmere goalkeeper tried to catch but could only push over the bar.

James Norwood did have a chance for the visitors deep into added time but despite having eight league goals already this season only rolled his tame effort into the hands of a thankful Nathan Baxter.

We had backed these two to settle for a point each based on current form and it proved an accurate prediction.

Ipswich vs QPR

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 0-2

Queens Park Rangers eased to victory at Championship strugglers Ipswich Town to increase the pressure on Tractor Boys manager Paul Hurst. The visitors went ahead when Town keeper Dean Gerken fumbled Luke Freeman’s corner into his own net.

Rangers doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time through Tomer Hemed’s penalty after Eberechi Eze was felled in the box by Toto Nsiala. Gerken denied Eze and Hemed after the break, while England Under-20 forward Eze also clipped the bar with a shot from the edge of the box as Rangers dominated.

Ipswich have won just once in the league this season under Hurst and are yet to register a home victory since the former Shrewsbury boss took charge at Portman Road this summer. The Suffolk side rarely threatened Joe Lumley in the QPR goal, with a Grant Ward header their only effort on target.

It proved to be a comfortable afternoon for the west Londoners once they took the lead from Freeman’s set-piece, as Steve McClaren’s side made it three games without defeat. Ipswich remain one point from safety despite the loss but drop to the bottom of the table, slipping behind Hull City on games won.

Plymouth vs Burton

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 2-3

Burton defender Kyle McFadzean scored twice as Nigel Clough’s side claimed their first League One away win of the season at basement side Plymouth. Unmarked McFadzean headed home Stephen Quinn’s 84th-minute free-kick at the near post to put the Brewers ahead for the first time in an enthralling game. Argyle striker Freddie Ladapo scored twice in the first half, opening the scoring with a superb shot from just inside the box that beat the diving Dimitar Evtimov after nine minutes.

McFadzean levelled in the 19th minute, heading home from a corner after Ben Turner nodded back across goal from the far post. Ladapo pounced on a Quinn backpass to round Evtimov and score his second after 35 minutes.

But just moments later Albion again restored parity from a corner, Lucas Akins heading home Jamie Allen’s 39th-minute delivery. Ladapo – who should have had a hat-trick – played his part in defence, clearing McFadzean’s goal-bound header off the line following another corner but the defender would not be denied six minutes from time.

Derby vs Sheffield Utd

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 2-1

A goal after 19 seconds helped Derby County deny Sheffield United the chance to go top of the Championship, as the Blades’ four-match winning run ended with defeat at Pride Park.

Rams striker Jack Marriott’s clever, flicked finish won the game for Frank Lampard’s hosts with 13 minutes to play. Derby had led inside the first minute when Craig Bryson completed a good team move, but Chris Basham tucked United level before half-time.

The hosts pressed for a winner, before Marriott’s second goal in two starts sent them up to fifth. The win was Derby’s first since their Carabao Cup victory on penalties at Manchester United in September and their sixth of the league season, moving them four points behind the second-placed Blades.

The visitors would have gone top with a draw, after defeats for promotion-chasing Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion earlier on Saturday. Chris Wilder’s men played some well-worked football in the first half, culminating with Basham’s equaliser, after John Fleck had beaten four Derby players before squaring the ball to the centre-half at the far post.

But Martyn Waghorn should have headed Derby back in front moments later and then they had the better of the second half, before Marriott darted in at the near post and diverted home to end United’s five-match unbeaten streak.

Strasbourg vs Monaco

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 2-1

Thierry Henry’s first game as a manager ended in defeat as his Monaco side were beaten 2-1 at Strasbourg in Ligue 1. Frenchman Henry, 41, saw his side go behind when goalkeeper Seydou Sy fumbled an Adrien Thomasson header.

It got worse for the visitors when Samuel Grandsir saw red for a high foot, before Strasbourg substitute Lebo Mothiba made it two for the home side. Youri Tielemans’ late penalty was only a consolation, with Monaco above bottom club Guingamp on goal difference.

Their six-point tally from 10 games this season is also the club’s worst start since the 1953-54 season. The result sees Strasbourg rise to sixth in the table, with the principality side left to focus on Wednesday’s Champions League group match at Club Brugge. Former France and Arsenal star Henry, who began his playing career at Monaco and helped them win Ligue 1 in 1997, was assistant manager of Belgium before joining the eight-time French champions.

We had backed Monaco to continue on their downward spiral despite their new coach and it proved to be accurate.

Rayo Vallecano vs Getafe

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 1-2

What started out as a rather timid 1st half ended up as a thrilling clash in the 2nd between these two Spanish sides in the La Liga. This one had it all as it had both a sending off as well as an own goal that ended up as the match winner.

The game came to life in and around the 63rd minute when the visitors broke the deadlock courtesy of a Dimitri Foulquier goal that sent the away fans into ecstasy. Their joy was doubled when Sergio Akieme found the back of the net albeit on the wrong end to put the visitors two goals up with 20 minutes to go.

The hosts did pull one back via Raul De Tomas but it was a case of a little too late and their evening got even worse as Oscar Trejo was given his matching orders during extra time. The visitors then held on to a vital win in their quest for survival in the Spanish La Liga.

Inter vs AC Milan

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 1-0

Inter Milan Captain, Mauro Icardi, scored a dramatic injury-time winner as they beat city rivals AC Milan at the San Siro in Serie A.

The 222nd Milan derby was petering out before the Argentine striker headed in Matias Vecino’s cross. Inter – who lost Radja Nainggolan to a first-half injury – were deserved winners, but it was a lacklustre game.

The closest either side came before the winner was Inter’s Stefan de Vrij hitting the post from close range. Icardi – who only touched the ball 15 times in the entire game – and AC Milan’s Mateo Musacchio both had goals correctly disallowed for offside. Inter move up to third with the victory – with AC Milan remaining 12th.

hat’s it for another pulsating week of our sportpesa megajackpot post-match breakdown. There were some surprising results but with each failure one can only hope to learn. Here’s a tip for all our sports betting enthusiasts, sometimes stats may favor a particular team but dig deeper and trust by your gut. Sometime your winning slip could be hinged on you backing the underdog and going against the norm. As they say, fortune favors the bold. Be on the lookout for our Sportpesa Megajackpot Predictions this week.

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SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT, POST-MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN.

Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 6/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention a mind boggling total of 6 draws with 3 of them coming in the last 4 matches: but as always, we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.

Preston vs Wigan

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 4-0

Callum Robinson scored twice as Preston impressively beat Wigan at Deepdale to move off the bottom of the Championship and end a 10-game winless run.

Tom Barkhuizen fired home the opener after neat build-up play in the first half. He then turned provider just after the break, creating space for Daniel Johnson to play in Robinson who slotted home.

Wigan’s task became huge moments later when former Manchester United midfielder Darron Gibson was sent off for a bad tackle on Ben Pearson.

Victory was sealed with a few minutes left; Paul Gallagher scoring a penalty after Lukas Nmecha was fouled in the box, before Robinson turned in Sean Maguire’s pull-back to make it 4-0 deep into injury time.

Victory was not quite enough to lift North End out of the relegation zone, with Reading just above them on goal difference. Wigan drop to 10th following their fifth defeat in 12 league games this season.

We had gone for a home win based on current form and it proved an accurate prediction  as the hosts ran riot.

QPR vs Derby

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 1-1

Geoff Cameron’s first goal for QPR earned the hosts a point and stopped Derby County moving into the Championship play-off places.

Cameron scored from 10 yards from a Nahki Wells cross after Rams keeper Scott Carson had saved Luke Freeman’s free-kick.The Rams led slightly against the run of play at the interval, Jack Marriott marking his first Championship start by drilling home after a defensive mix-up following Bradley Johnson’s long ball.

But Rangers responded impressively, Wells hitting the bar before Cameron’s leveller, just QPR’s ninth goal in 12 league matches this season, rescued a draw.Rangers were unfortunate to trail at the interval, having created the better chances.

Massimo Luongo and Jake Bidwell were both off target with decent opportunities before Marriott’s opener for the visitors.

A powerful Tom Lawrence free-kick then tested Rs keeper Joe Lumley, but the hosts continued to look the sharper.

The lively Wells had a header easily saved and then smashed a fine shot against the bar from the left side of the penalty area. After Cameron’s neat leveller early in the second half, both sides could have earned the win late on. But Toni Leistner, the matchwinner for QPR against Reading in midweek, blasted a shot over, while Rams substitute Harry Wilson forced Lumley into a smart save.

Derby, who have now lost just two of their past 15 away games at Loftus Road, are seventh while QPR slip to 18th in the table, five points above the relegation zone.

Peterborough vs Barnsley

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 0-4

Barnsley closed in on the automatic promotion places in League One with a 4-0 win at second-placed Peterborough. The Tykes had goalkeeper Adam Davies to thank for keeping out an early Ivan Toney penalty, with former Posh midfielder George Moncur scoring a minute later for the visitors before Brad Potts (twice) and Jacob Brown struck to move Barnsley within two points of their opponents.

Things might have been different when Posh were awarded a penalty in the 13th minute for contact on Joe Ward by Dimitri Cavare.

Toney’s spot kick was well saved low down to his left by Davies, and Posh were punished a minute later when they failed to clear and the ball came to Moncur to score from close range.

Potts then rifled in a 25-yard free-kick touched in his direction in first-half stoppage time, with the attacking midfielder finding the bottom corner from 20 yards after 59 minutes. Substitute Brown scored in the same corner in the 92nd minute to round off the win.

Wycombe vs Burton

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 2-1

Adebayo Akinfenwa’s 200th goal in English football and a penalty from Joe Jacobson secured Wycombe a 2-1 win against Burton.

Two goals in seven minutes set the Chairboys on their way to victory, although Marvin Sordell’s goal shortly after half-time threatened a Burton comeback.

However, Wycombe held on for their first home League One victory of the season. After a quiet opening period, Craig Mackail-Smith was clumsily barged over in the box by Kyle McFadzean after 30 minutes and Jacobson stepped up to open the scoring on his 200th game for the Chairboys.

Randell Williams then escaped his man and his cross from the left was met by Akinfenwa, whose powerful header extended his side’s lead. However, early in the second half, Liam Boyce’s inch-perfect ball left Sordell one-on-one with Ryan Allsop and he rounded the goalkeeper with ease to reduce the deficit. Burton had further opportunities with Sordell spooning over from close range but Wycombe saw out the rest of the game.

Plymouth vs AFC Wimbledon

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 1-0

Plymouth’s 12-match wait for a League One win ended as they beat Wimbledon 1-0 at Home Park thanks to Freddie Ladapo’s 75th minute winner.

The Argyle target man headed home after Graham Carey latched on to Ruben Lameiras’ short corner to send over an inch-perfect cross from the right.

The win lifted Argyle off the foot of the table ahead of their trip to basement side Oxford next Saturday. Argyle had threatened five minutes earlier when central defender Ryan Edwards headed just over from Carey’s corner from the left. Carey nearly made it 2-0 with a thumping shot minutes after the goal but keeper Joe McDonnell saved well down low at his post.

Argyle’s on-loan Arsenal keeper Matt Macey made a save on the line to deny Jake Jervis from point blank range after 62 minutes. Former Argyle forward Jervis seemed certain to score when he side-footed skipper Deji Oshilaja’s cross towards goal at the far post but 6ft 7in Macey got down to turn the ball away to safety.

Joe Pigott sent a shot just wide of goal after good work from Jervis as the second half started with Wimbledon on the front foot but the visitors could not find a way back into the game.

Millwall vs Aston Villa

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 2-1

Caretaker manager Kevin MacDonald warned Aston Villa’s players they need to “tidy up” their performances after seeing them beaten by Millwall despite taking an early lead.

Tammy Abraham gave MacDonald the perfect start to his third spell as Villa’s temporary boss, cleverly steering home Conor Hourihane’s free-kick on the volley after just seven minutes. But the first match since Bruce was sacked then turned sour with Shane Ferguson and Tom Elliott earning victory for the Lions.

Millwall – winless in eight before Saturday – responded well to Abraham’s opener and deservedly levelled when Ferguson fired home Jake Cooper’s knockdown. Elliott’s second-half strike completed the turnaround to lift the Londoners out of the relegation zone and leave Villa with just one win in their past 10 Championship games.

With James Chester’s suspension and Mile Jedinak’s hamstring injury leaving makeshift pair Alan Hutton and Axel Tuanzebe at the centre of Villa’s defence, MacDonald opted for pragmatism further forward to protect his back four.

That meant Villa’s bench featured an array of attacking talent – worth more than £50m based on their most recent transfer fees. But the defensive approach failed to pay dividends as, despite Abraham’s early opener, Villa again failed to add to their solitary league clean sheet this season.

After Ferguson’s leveller, Villa were relieved to get to half-time at 1-1 as Millwall’s Shaun Williams had a goal-bound shot blocked by Manchester United loanee Tuanzebe and whistled another strike just over from 30 yards.

More poor defending just three minutes into the second half allowed Elliott to drill the hosts in front after Villa failed to clear Ferguson’s cross. And despite a brief Villa rally – in which James Bree nodded inches wide – Neil Harris’ Lions could have won by more as a Williams header crashed back off the bar.

The victory was only Millwall’s second Championship win of the season and lifted them to 20th, leaving whoever succeeds Bruce at Villa Park with much to ponder.

Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 0-1

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson described his side’s performance as a “major disappointment” after Matt Doherty’s winner extended Wolves’ unbeaten Premier League run to six matches.

Raul Jimenez put Doherty through on 56 minutes and, despite the tight angle, the full-back was able to beat Wayne Hennessey at his near post.

Although the home side began confidently in the first ever Premier League meeting between the clubs, Hodgson’s team were wasteful in the final third. Nuno Espirito Santo set a Premier League record by naming an unchanged starting XI for an eighth consecutive opening fixture, and Wolves arrived at Selhurst Park as the in-form side.

The visitors had to be patient to force a decisive breakthrough against Southampton last time out, and it was a similar story in south London, where the hosts began largely in control. But Nuno’s men have remained committed to their expansive style of play – and once again that paid off as the adventurous Doherty unlocked the Palace defence with a great finish.

It’s no coincidence that eight of Wolves’ nine league goals have come in the second half, and they demonstrated their ability to gradually wear down their opponents’ resistance.

While their attacking players will continue to receive plaudits, the Wolves defence – and Patricio in particular on this occasion – were excellent, allowing their side to keep a fourth clean sheet in five league matches. And although Cavaleiro probably should have doubled the advantage late on, victory means Wolves are now seventh on 15 points.

Grimsby Town vs Port Vale

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 2-0

Goals from Wes Thomas and JJ Hooper saw Grimsby pick up their first home league win of the season as they beat Port Vale. Just over 30 seconds into the game, Grimsby found themselves ahead as Mitchell Clark sold Scott Brown short with a back-pass, with Thomas latching onto it before rounding the goalkeeper and rolling the ball into the empty net.

Chances were few and far between for both sides for the rest of the first half, although Tom Pope went close for Vale as he flashed a volley just over the crossbar.

Grimsby should have doubled their lead just after the break when the ball broke to Hooper in a great position inside the penalty area, but the forward could only strike the ball against the post.

He made no mistake moments later though as Thomas and Charles Vernam linked up well on the edge of the box, with the latter playing the ball across the face of goal for Hooper to tap home and earn his side their second victory of the week.

Bury vs Mansfield

Our 1st Pick: X

Result: 2-2

Nicky Maynard’s stoppage-time goal earned Bury a point against Mansfield Town.Maynard slid home his second of the game from 15 yards five minutes into seven of added time at the end. Mansfield scored a bizarre opening goal after 10 minutes. Danny Rose profited as the ball slipped out of Joe Murphy’s grasp when the Bury keeper prepared to make a regulation clearance, and the ex-Bury striker tapped the loose ball into an unguarded net from five yards.

Murphy atoned for his clanger minutes later when he saved superbly from Otis Khan, while Rose should have made it two after half an hour but fired wide from 15 yards. After the restart, Khan went on a terrific run before curling an exquisite shot inches wide.

Bury then evened the score spectacularly in the 55th minute. Nicky Adams headed the ball hopefully towards Nicky Maynard eight yards from goal, and the Bury striker swivelled superbly before lashing home with a breathtaking scissor kick.

The Stags regained the lead after 73 minutes when defender Matt Preston powerfully headed home Timi Elsnik’s corner, but Maynard had the final say.

Macclesfield vs Notts County

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 0-1

A late Jon Stead penalty earned Notts County victory over Macclesfield. The hosts are still without a win this season, and had been good value for a point before centre-back Fiacre Kelleher gifted possession to Enzio Boldewijn, who bore down on goal, where keeper Kieran O’Hara committed a foul that virtually handed the visitors victory.

The spot-kick still had to be put away but in Stead, the Magpies had just the man for the job, and he sent O’Hara the wrong way eight minutes from time to give Notts their third straight win.

Macc had shaded a first half with precious few openings for either side. The stalemate continued after the break, with the home side producing decent build-up play without a final ball, and Notts County content to sit deep.

And with nine minutes left on the clock, Kelleher’s moment of madness led to the goal, after which substitute Nathan Thomas almost added a second for the visitors.

Swindon Town vs Northampton

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 1-1

Matt Taylor’s free-kick rescued a point for Swindon as they came from behind against Northampton at the County Ground. The home side should have broken the deadlock after just seven minutes when James Dunne had his close-range shot saved by David Cornell.

Swindon came close to taking the lead again as clever link-up play eventually saw Cornell deny Marc Richards with another save. Northampton had to wait until the 22nd minute before their first real opportunity fell to Sam Hoskins, who broke free before seeing his shot parried against the post.

The visitors came alive after the break and almost went ahead through Andy Williams, only for Swindon’s Taylor to deny him a chance from six yards out.

However, they didn’t have to wait long for their goal which came in the 58th minute when John-Joe O’Toole volleyed in from a Hoskins cross but Swindon responded in emphatic fashion, Taylor curling his free-kick into the top corner from 25 yards out.

Stevenage vs Colchester

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 3-1

Kurtis Guthrie scored against his old club as Stevenage recovered to beat Colchester in a feisty encounter at Broadhall Way.

Colchester went ahead after 86 seconds when Sammie Szmodics tapped in from three yards at the far post, from Ryan Jackson’s low cross.

Szmodics and Luke Norris had opportunities soon after, as Colchester pressed for a second.

But Guthrie went close with a deflected long-range effort before the former Colchester striker equalised four minutes before half-time when he tapped home at the far post, after Scott Cuthbert had headed on Joel Byrom’s corner.

Stevenage nearly scored again early in the second half when half-time substitute Emmanuel Sonupe’s acrobatic effort was saved well by Dillon Barnes.

Stevenage goalkeeper Seny Dieng denied Norris before Ben Kennedy slotted the hosts ahead from the spot with eight minutes remaining, after Steve Seddon had been fouled by substitute Brennan Dickenson in the area.

And two minutes later, Sonupe wrapped up Stevenage’s win when he calmly lifted a shot past Barnes, from Guthrie’s pass.

Morecambe vs Tranmere

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 3-4

A Harvey Gilmour double inspired Tranmere to victory against Morecambe in a superb and fiery encounter at the Globe Arena.

On-loan Sheffield United man Gilmour was Rovers’ hero as his sensational second in the 89th minute won it for the visitors. Morecambe took the lead with a superb individual goal from Rhys Oates after 13 minutes. The Morecambe forward made it three goals from three games with a superb, low 25-yard shot that flew past Scott Davies and into the bottom corner.

The visitors hit back just before the half-hour mark with a well-worked free-kick. Gilmour floated the ball into the Morecambe area and Ollie Banks used his height and strength to head past Barry Roche from six yards out.

The Shrimps were denied a penalty for handball before Micky Mellon’s side took the lead four minutes before the break. Zoumana Bakayogo was found on the overlap down the left and produced the perfect cross for Gilmour to beat Roche with a diving header from eight yards out.

Rovers added a third on 54 minutes when Jonny Smith struck a sweet left-foot curler past Roche from the edge of the Morecambe box.

The game continued to flow from end to end, with Davies saving smartly from Liam Mandeville before the Shrimps added a second when Vadaine Oliver headed home Zak Mills’ cross from close range after 73 minutes. The home side then levelled seven minutes later when Andrew Tutte’s cross into the area was flicked by AJ Leitch-Smith past Davies from 12 yards out.

The action didn’t stop there, however, as Gilmour curled home Bakayogo’s lay-off to earn the win. The game ended with a fracas involving both sets of players, with Tranmere goalkeeping coach Eric Nixon being shown a red card.

Yeovil vs Exeter

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 2-2

Jayden Stockley took his season’s goal tally to eight with a brace as Exeter claimed a draw at Yeovil. Exeter asserted their authority after just nine minutes when Stockley headed in the opener. Hiram Boateng hung up the cross and goalkeeper Nathan Baxter failed to come out allowing the striker to nod in.

Yeovil were level after 48 minutes and it came from another defensive mistake, this time when Luke Croll’s header back to Christy Pym was weak and Olufela Olomola pounced on it before rounding the goalkeeper and laying it to Jordan Green to tap in.

In the 61st minute it was 2-1 to the Glovers with Olomola the provider again, beating Croll for pace from a long ball forward before crossing in for Alex Fisher to score. Stockley then scored his second of the day after 75 minutes when he found space in the box to head in a Dean Moxey cross and level.

Guingamp vs Montpellier

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 1-1

Prior to this highly anticipated French Ligue 1 match, both teams had met 30 times and drew 12 times while Guingamp wins 6 times and Montpellier winning 12 times. The stats were in favor of the away side but we backed the home side to win as they needed the win badly in order to escape being early candidates for the drop.

They were fighting for their first season win of the Coupa de la Ligue match in their home match as they tried to push on proceeding to the next level. The visitors broke the deadlock in and around the 30th minute via an Andy Delort goal and went into the break in the lead. By this point the hosts were already down to 10 men as Marcus Thuram was given the matching orders as early as the 7th minute.

The situation swung back in favor of the hosts though as Florent Mollet was sent off thus making it a 10v10 match just before halftime.

This spurred the hosts and they duly got their reward via a Nicolas Benezet equalizer just at the stroke of the hour mark. Both teams had chances to pull ahead but given the general play, a draw seemed a fair result.

Liverpool vs Manchester City

Our 1st Pick: 1

Result: 0-0

We had backed the home side to carry the day based on historical records between this two sides but the rather dull affair proved to be an anticlimax.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Manchester City counterpart Pep Guardiola were both left satisfied after a goalless draw left their sides level on points at the top of the Premier League.

Champions City have not won a league game at Anfield in 15 years, and Riyad Mahrez wasted a glorious opportunity to send them clear when he missed a late penalty. City’s summer signing from Leicester fired an 85th-minute spot-kick high over the bar after substitute Leroy Sane was brought down by Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk.

It handed the Reds a reprieve as both sides extended their unbeaten league starts to eight games, with City now top on goal difference from Chelsea and Liverpool. All three are level on 20 points. City felt they were denied two earlier penalties when Dejan Lovren bundled over Sergio Aguero and Van Dijk handled in an aerial challenge – referee Martin Atkinson waving away the first appeal and awarding a foul for a push by Fernandinho in the second incident.

Mahrez also squandered City’s other big chance in a game that failed to live up to expectations, dragging an effort wide, while keeper Ederson was virtually unemployed against Liverpool’s normally potent attack.

This Anfield confrontation was billed as a potential thrill ride between two sides who – along with Chelsea – have set the pace in the Premier League. It was not to be – this was a cagey and, at times, dull and tame affair.

Liverpool’s attacking trident of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were unable to cause the damage they inflicted on City in last season’s Champions League quarter-final, while Guardiola’s intention was clearly to draw the early fire from Klopp’s side.

City had no intention of being drawn into the sort of Anfield battles that saw them over-run last season and led to suggestions that Klopp’s intense, pressing style was one that Guardiola could not master.

Liverpool ran out of steam and ideas after the first 10 minutes, while City were content to slow matters down to throw cold water over the Anfield atmosphere – and in that respect it was highly effective as the home side, so irresistible in attack last season, barely troubled Ederson.

Klopp’s side have now gone four games without a win after a flawless start to the season and the influence James Milner has on Liverpool was illustrated by their lack of direction after he went off injured in the first half. City was the better side, but neither was able to produce the decisive moment and spoils were thus shared by the end of regulation time. press association

IK Start vs Sarpsborg

Our 1st Pick: 2

Result: 1-0

IK Start came into this one having played 24 matches and at position 15 with 23 points in the 2018 Norway Eliteserein.  Their opponents on the other hand having played 24 matches were at position 9 with 32 points. In their last 5 h2h Sarpsborg had won 4 times Start 1 with 1 draw for both sides. This explains why we backed the away team to carry the day.

However, a last minute goal by Mathias Bringaker was enough to ensure a memorable victory for the hosts and in the process secured them 3 vital points. The home crowd was in fine volume as they spurred their team on to victory. It was a rather lacklustre match with chances coming far and in between.

That’s it for another pulsating week of our sportpesa megajackpot post-match breakdown. There were some surprising results but with eachn only hope to learn failure one ca. Here’s a tip for all our sports betting enthusiasts, sometimes stats may favor a particular team but dig deeper and trust by your gut. Sometime your winning slip could be hinged on you backing the underdog and going against the norm. As they say, fortune favors the bold. Be on the lookout for our Sportpesa Megajackpot Predictions this week.

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SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT, POST-MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN.

Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and stunning comebacks that threw some of the games off not to mention simply shocking results but in the end; we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. We may have had our poorest performance ever in the last week but this has only spurred as to dig even deeper to ensure that we bounce back in a huge way in this week’s sportpesa megajackpot. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.

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SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT, POST-MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN.

Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention a mind boggling total of 8 draws with 7 of them coming in the last 8 matches: but as always, we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.

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SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT, POST-MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN

 

Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention simply shocking results but in the end; we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus promised land once again in the coming week.

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SPORTPESA MEGAJACKPOT POST MATCH ANALYSIS – THE BREAKDOWN

 

We are back at it again with our Sportpesa Mega Jackpot post-match analysis. Brace yourselves as last week’s sportpesa mega jackpot games had it all, from title winning matches to stunning comebacks. This is a special one for us as well as we finally landed a bonus pay out with 12/17 correct predictions in our 2nd picks. With this in mind, lets dive right into it, shall we?

 

Dunajska Streda v Slovan Bratislava

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: 2

Result: 0-1

This was a rather uneventful match in the Slovak Supa Liga. The two teams are neck to neck in terms of table standings and it really showed as both teams started off in a cagey type of manner.

The goal chances were spread thin but the visitors finally broke the deadlock in additional time of the 1st half when Vasil Bozhikov found the back of the net after some neat build up and assist courtesy of David Holman.

The second half was hotly contested but the game ended 1 nil in favor of the visitors leaving the home crowd with a bitter taste in their mouth.

We had gone for an away win as both our 1st and 2nd pick based on head to head records and it proved true.

FC Zlin v Sigma Olomouc

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: 2

Result: 1-4

They don’t come bigger than this in the Czech first league as these two rivals were pitted against each other in what turned out to be a rather one sided affair in favor of Sigma.

The visitors broke the deadlock almost immediately after kick off when Jakub found the back of the net in the 8th minute. The goal allowed the slick playing visitors to settle early on into the game. The engineered wave after wave of attack and it finally paid off in and around the 42 when Baco found the back of his own net making it 2 nil to the visitors.

The game was well and truly done by this point and two more goals from Jakub and David in the 2nd half ensured that the visitors went home with maximum points. The hosts did have something to write home about as Lukas pulled one goal back but it just wasn’t enough to turn the game around.

We had gone for an away win as both our 1st and 2nd pick based on head to head records and it proved true.

 

Benevento v Genoa

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: X

Result: 1-0

Benevento surprised the Italian League when they ran out victorious against an in-form Genoa side in their penultimate game of the season.

It was a really cagey match which had the ‘end of season’ feel about it as players looked a bit disinterested in the whole affair. Chances did come but they were too far and in between to warrant mentions.

It looked certain to be heading for a stalemate right until the dying minutes when Cheick Diabate broke the deadlock with just 2 minutes to go. The goal sent the home crowd into a frenzy as they bagged the bragging rights.

We had gone for an away win as our 1st pick based on current form and a draw as our 2nd based on head to head records but none proved accurate.

Middlesbrough v Aston Villa

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: 12

Result: 0-1

Mile Jedinak’s header gave Aston Villa a one-goal lead going into the home leg of their Championship play-off semi-final against Middlesbrough. Jedinak headed home Jack Grealish’s corner for the only goal, while Villa’s Robert Snodgrass struck the upright.

Boro’s best chance was a Britt Assombalonga header saved by Sam Johnstone in the first half. However, chances were at a premium and that left Villa with a precious lead to take into Tuesday’s second leg.

Villa boss Steve Bruce restored vital components of his side, such as skipper John Terry and dynamic playmaker Grealish, which gave the visitors composure and craft in equal measure.

Boro had enjoyed a hot streak in their run to the play-offs but Villa did well to quieten the threat of ex-Villa man Adama Traore and as such they largely lacked the cutting edge to break their opponents down.

Patrick Bamford’s introduction late on gave the hosts a sharper focus up front, but even he was unable to supply the firepower to cancel out the Villa lead. There was a raucous atmosphere in the rapidly-cooling temperatures at the Riverside, but Villa’s bright start and early goal punctured the optimism.

It was Villa who controlled the game, much to the visible frustration of Boro boss Tony Pulis, and Snodgrass went close to doubling Villa’s lead after concerted pressure, curling the ball toward the far corner but Darren Randolph tipped it onto the post.

Boro came out of their shells as the second half progressed but, even when they got in behind the defence, Johnstone remained largely untroubled. Pulis’ side launched their expected rally as time ticked by, buoyed by Bamford’s entrance, but Villa defended resolutely to protect their winning position.

As a play off match, the match can swing either way but we gave Villa a win as our 1st and 2nd pick based on previous head to head records despite Boro’s current form and this proved to be an accurate prediction.

Girona v Valencia

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: 2

Result: 0-1

A Luciano Vietto 61st minute goal was the only noteworthy moment in what was a labored performance by both teams.

Girona have had an exceptional season by any standards but stunning Valencia proved to be a step too far for them. The visitors had just secured champions league football for the first time in almost a decade and this could explain the party atmosphere during the match.

We had gone for an away win as both our 1st and 2nd pick based on head to head records and it proved accurate.

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Real Betis v Sevilla FC

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 12

Result: 2-2

This has to go down as arguably the match of the weekend as it had it all, from goals to crunchy tackles to glaring missed chances. The Spanish league may have been drawing to a close but these two definitely never got the memo as they went for the jugular right from kick off.

Marc Bartra broke the deadlock as early as the 5th minute sending the home crowd into ecstasy. The hosts pressed on for the elusive second but it just didn’t come as they headed into the break with a one nil lead.

Manchester United’s chief scourge in their champions league campaign, Wissam Ben Yedder drew the visitors level in the 57th minute with a peach of a goal. Simon Kjaer then pulled the visitors ahead in and around the 79th minute in what seemed like a great comeback. However, the Betis refused to go quietly into the night as Lorenzo Moron pulled the level just two minutes later to ensure that the teams shared the spoils which was fair given the general run of play.

We had gone for a home win as our first pick and a double chance as our 2nd based on head to head records between these two but the late equalizer made both predictions inaccurate.

Alaves v Athletic Bilbao

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 1X

Result: 3-1

Bilbao’s profligacy in front of goal was duly punished as they were hammered by Alaves despite their superior shots and attempts on goal.

Alaves were as clinical as surgeons as they found the back of the net in all their 3 shots on target. Bilbao had almost 13 attempts but only one found the back of the net leaving them to rue their missed opportunities.

Goals from John Guidetti (43’) Munir El Haddadi (60’) Ibai Gómez (77′) helped the hosts race into a 3-goal lead.  Iker Muniain pulled one back for the visitors in the 79th but it was nothing more than a consolation goal.

We had gone for a home win as our 1st pick and a double chance of a home win or draw as our 2nd pick based on head to head records and both proved true

Angers v Nantes

Our 1st Pick: X

Our 2nd Pick: 12

Result: 0-2

This was as one side an encounter as they come with Nantes proving to have just too much under the hood for the hosts to handle. Notably though, Angers’ players seemed to have been on holiday mode as they just never got off the tracks.

Lucas Lima opened the scoring from a free kick with a left footed shot to the top right corner. Star player, Kalifa Coulibaly then sealed all points late on with a right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom left corner after some lovely build up play by Nicolas Pallois.

Based on head to head records, we had gone for a draw as our 1st pick with a double chance as our second which proved true.

Bologna v Chievo

Our 1st Pick: X

Our 2nd Pick: 2

Result: 1-2

Chievo picked up maximum points on the road in this feisty encounter on the penultimate day of the Italian League.

The hosts started off well and were awarded a penalty in the 12 minute which was converted by Verdi. This seemed to galvanize the opponents as they rallied for an equalizer. Their efforts were duly rewarded when Giaccherini found the back of the net in the 48th minute. Inglese put the visitors ahead 12 minutes later to mark a remarkable comeback victory as they held on for the win.

We had a draw as our 1st pick based on home ground advantage with an away win as our 2nd pick based on head to head records and this proved to be the winning prediction.

Torino v Spal

Our 1st Pick: X

Our 2nd Pick: 12

Result: 2-1

This was yet another comeback type of match with Torino having to dig deep to ensure that their home fans went home with something to cheer about.

Grassi had pulled the visitors ahead mid-way through the 1st half leaving the home crowd in a state of shock as they expected an easy win. Spall fought on valiantly to hold to their slender lead with some last-ditch tackles.

However, the home sides’ relentless pressure finally paid off as Belotti pulled them level in the 68th minute leaving room for Silvestri to bury home the winner in dramatic fashion with just 3 or so minutes to go.

We had gone for a double chance as our 2nd pick based on current form and head to head records and this proved to be accurate.

Heidenheim v Greuther Furth

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 1

Result: 1-1

On paper, this intriguing encounter promised much but then again, matches aren’t won on paper, now are they?

The visitors drew first blood when Green found the back of the net in and around the 51 minute and it looked certain to end in favor of the visitors only for Skarke to pull the hosts level right at the end of the match to ensure that spoils were shared.

We had gone for a home win based on head to head records but none proved accurate.

 

Duisburg v St. Pauli

Our 1st Pick: X

Our 2nd Pick: 1

Result: 2-0

In what was a one-sided encounter, Duisburg ran out victorious with a comfortable win infront of their loyal home support.

Moritz Stoppelkamp (MSV Duisburg) headed home from very close range to the bottom right corner following a corner to pull the hosts ahead and Christian Gartner sealed the win emphatically with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal.

Duisburg have been imperious at home thus our home win 2nd pick proved accurate.

 

West Ham v Everton

Our 1st Pick: 2

Our 2nd Pick: 1

Result: 3-1

West Ham moved up two places in the Premier League table to finish 13th after a Manuel Lanzini-inspired win over Everton in what could be the final game in charge for both managers.

Striker Marko Arnautovic’s thumping second-half goal added to playmaker Lanzini’s opener before the break and David Moyes’ men ended a turbulent campaign on a high when the Argentine curled a third past Jordan Pickford near the end.

Everton, who pulled one back through Oumar Niasse, finished eighth after 9th placed Leicesters’ defeat but some supporters chanted for manager Sam Allardyce to be sacked, as out-of-contract Moyes will also reflect on his next step.

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian made late saves to deny Niasse and Everton substitute Theo Walcott.

We had a home pick as our 2nd pick based on the current form of the hammers’ forward line and this proved to be a winning prediction.

Bohemians 1905 v Mlada Boleslav

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 1X

Result: 1-3

In what was a thrilling encounter, Tiemoko Konaté made it (1-0) in the 27th minute for the visitors. Antonin Vanicek then made it (1-1) for the hosts with a timely equalizer.

The Visitors left it late as Matej Chalus made it (2-1) in the 85th minute before Lukas Magera sealed the win with a 3rd goal in the 87th minute.

We had gone for a home win and home win or draw as our 1st and 2nd picks respectively based on head to head records. However, the late flurry of goals nullified our predictions.

 

Aves v GD Chaves

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 2

Result: 2-3

This was yet another potential pick for match of the week as both teams fought tooth and nail in search of maximum points.

The hosts kicked off on the front foot and were duly rewarded when Jorge Fellipe found the back of the net in just under 5 minutes. This prompted Chaves to respond and they went forward in search of an equalizer. Their constant pressure was rewarded in form of a penalty that was converted by Pedro Tiba in the 21st minute.

The home side responded immediately as Mama Balde put them ahead a minute later to send the home crowd into a frenzy. The visitors still had something up their sleeve as they scored two goals in a space of 4minutes right at the end of the match to win it.

We had gone for an away win as our 2nd pick based on head to head records and current form and it proved an accurate prediction.

 

Atalanta v AC Milan

Our 1st Pick: 1

Our 2nd Pick: 1X

Result: 1-1

A late Gianluigi Donnarumma howler allowed Atalanta to secure a last-gasp point against AC Milan in a 1-1 draw on Sunday, but the stalemate still seals Europa League football for both clubs.

Milan looked destined to take all three points from Bergamo thanks to Franck Kessie’s second-half goal against his former team in a match that saw two red cards, but Andrea Masiello headed in at the death in an incident which is likely to bring further scorn on Donnarumma after a poor showing in the Coppa Italia final against Juventus.

The away side showed nothing to suggest a win was their primary aim in the first period, offering very little going forward – Atalanta just about looking more threatening.

But Milan made the most of Atalanta’s profligacy as Kessie produced an emphatic finish from the edge of the box at his old stomping ground with half an hour to play, just before Rafael Toloi was dismissed for sarcastically applauding the referee.

Riccardo Montolivo then followed him down the tunnel for a poor tackle and, while Milan looked set to hold on, Masiello nodded in in the second minute of stoppage time, with Donnarumma making a mess of what should have been a routine save.

The result means both sides will be in the Europa League next season, but as it stands sixth-placed Milan will go straight into the group stage.

Based on current form, we had gone for an away win or draw as our 2nd pick and it proved accurate.

IFK Mariehamn v Ilves Tampere

Our 1st Pick: X

Our 2nd Pick: X

Result: 2-0

Two goals late on in each half proved to be the difference in what was a rather lacklustre match.

1 – 0 Aleksei Kangaskolkka made it 1-0 late on in the 1st half and Simon Silverholt made it 2 – 0 in the 83rd minute to ensure maximum points for the visitors and condemn the home fans to a chastening defeat.

We had gone for a draw as both our picks based on head to head records but none proved accurate.

That’s it regarding our Sportpesa Mega Jackpot post-match analysis this week and we are happy to say we landed a bonus pay out with a high of 12/17 correct predictions!!! Watch out for our sportpesa mega jackpot predictions this week.

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These five words “This week sportpesa jackpot prediction” are probably among the most discussed phrases among Kenya’s betting enthusiasts.The question is always “is there an art or science one can use that gives them better probabilities of getting a correct prediction or at least get a consolation prize of a few millions on the bonuses?” .The answer is yes.Through statistical analysis you can have a correct prediction of some or all of the sportpesa mega jackpot games

Before we delve into  sportpesa jackpot predictions   lets first define what the sportpesa mega jackpot is for those of us who are new to betting.

Sportpesa which is the largest football betting provider in Kenya in terms of market share has an offering where their customers stand to win Kenya shillings one hundred million if they are able to correctly predict the outcome of seventeen football matches.To make it more enticing they decided to increment the jackpot pool of cash by Kenya shillings five million every week if the jackpot is not won.As if that was not enough to make all Kenyans salivate over the possibility of being an instant millionaire they came up with snippets of winner-able consolation prizes called bonuses which if a bet placer is unable to get all seventeen games correctly they would still stand a chance to get a few millions or hundreds of thousands the closer they got to the whole shebang.

Winning probabilities:

As the saying goes the “house always wins” sportpesa are not fools and have in fact investment a lot of technology and specialized man power to ensure that the mega jackpot is among the hardest guesses that you will ever make.

With seventeen games and three possibilities per game you are looking at a winning probability of three outcomes to the power seventeen games which comes to ….. am unable to write this in words so i will just express myself numerically ..it comes to a probability of 1 in 129140163 chances of winning meaning if you were to use cave man style of betting you would need to invest ksh 100 times the number of chances meaning it would cost you in excess of twelve billion Kenya shillings to win one hundred million Kenya shillings.Seems impossible to win it right but wait so far it has been won by five individuals of which two instances a single person walked away with over two hundred million Kenya shillings.

Why winning the sportpesa mega jackpot is challenging 

The simple fact beyond the fact that the probabilities of the offering favors the house is that the games chosen as part of the jackpot collective are from volatile leagues such as the lower leagues of England and that a common character for all matches chosen is that both teams usually have similar form which makes it harder to predict the outcome of each match and that is why the jackpot game outcomes are always riddled with draws.

So how did they do it?

Strategic betting:

How do you go about winning the most coveted prize money in the history of Kenyan gambling? Well you first have to come up with a strategy.

Steps of the strategy:

1.Target the bonuses then the whole pie

The sportpesa mega jackpot bonuses start from twelve correctly predicted games and increment up to sixteen correctly predicted games at which point you are talking about winning a few millions.

It is hard enough correctly predicting seventeen games why not cut up the pie into smaller pieces that are easier to swallow instead of trying to eat it as a whole and end up choking.

Start with a target of getting the best twelve matches that are easier to analyzed and whose outcomes have some level of predictability.Concentrate all your energy in assessing this matches,the individual teams,their recent form,the outcome of their recent encounters,what they stand to gain or losses on the match,are the stars injured,are they good at home or away,is it a derby,are they nemesis,did they a recently buy from their opponents and so on.

Dig deep into these twelve teams and come up with a synopsis based on statistics and trends and then set these as your anchors.The advantage with the sportpesa mega jackpot is that the games are always posted on Mondays while the games kickoff on the coming saturday giving you plenty of time to exercise your research muscles and efficiently utilize your data bundles.

Once you have your choice of twelve games then you can slowly build up the remaining five with the time left over.The advantage with this methodology is that as you focus on fewer games you end up with solid analysis that increase your chances of a win.

2.Keep track of all matches you have analyzed.

If you haven’t noticed sportpesa’s analytical geniuses are in love with the English lower leagues and it is almost impossible to find a roaster of mega jackpot games that does not consist of at least fifty percent of lower league games.

This provides an advantage in that a majority of each week’s games consist of the same teams who have probably played against each other a couple of times which gives you the hindsight of trends.Statistics do not lie and as such if you can establish a trend then you are in a better position to effectively predict outcomes.

3.Luck and some guess work

Not all of it is statistics some of it is just sheer luck and intelligent guess work.Never ignore your gut feeling because at times it is the difference between you getting twelve out of seventeen games or getting eleven out of seventeen games.So as you undertake your extensive analysis also factor in some element of gut feeling and especially after some time spent in generating trends.You can as well exercise your gut emotion muscles by staking the mid week jackpot ever so often to see how you fair as you chase the holy grail.

Remember that gambling has its associated risks so never stake with cash that you are not willing to loose.Happy hunting fellow game prediction enthusiast.

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