Soccer Saturday host Jeff Stelling can do no worse than last week's effort as he takes on Sky Bet's PR guru Dale Tempest in the third installment of our Super 6 challenge.
Jeff will be hoping it's third time lucky after losing to Ed Chamberlin and Jamie Redknapp in the opening weeks, scoring an embarrassing zero points in his last entry.
With two points for a correct result and five for an exact score, the Hartlepool fan failed to add any to his tally, while Redknapp put in a marginally better performance, picking up two points for predicting a home win for Stoke against Crystal Palace.
This week, Jeff pits his predictions with those of former Huddersfield and Colchester striker Tempest, now a betting expert, with four Premier League fixtures and two Sky Bet Championship games on the agenda.
Both men are in agreement with how things will pan out between Cardiff and Everton, each using the free-to-play game to predict a 1-1 draw, a correct score which can be backed at 11/2 with Sky Bet.
At St. James' Park, Jeff is backing Newcastle to get their first Premier League win of the season with a 1-0 win over Fulham, but Dale fancies the Cottagers to get a 1-1 draw.
Sky Bet make Southampton slight favourites at Norwich, and both Jeff and Dale agree, with the former going 2-1 to the Saints while the latter predicts a 1-0 win for the visitors.
West Ham have started well and both the boys have backed them to continue their solid start with another three points and clean sheet, with Jeff predicting 2-0 to the Hammers against Stoke, while Dale goes 1-0.
They're in disagreement over events at Ewood Park, though, with Jeff going 2-1 to Blackburn over Bolton, countered with an exact reverse in favour of the Trotters from Dale.
Finally, Dale's going for a 1-1 draw between Wigan and Nottingham Forrest at the DW Stadium but Jeff believes the visitors will earn a comfortable 2-0 win.
Cardiff 1 Everton 1
Newcastle 1 Fulham 0
Norwich 1 Southampton 2
West Ham 2 Stoke 0
Blackburn 2 Bolton 1
Wigan 0 Nottingham Forest 2
Cardiff 1 Everton 1
Newcastle 1 Fulham 1
Norwich 0 Southampton 1
West Ham 1 Stoke 0
Blackburn 1 Bolton 2
Wigan 1 Nottingham Forest 1