So here it is… Merry Christmas… Everybody’s having fun…
Here’s your chance to win big in time for Christmas in my 12 Plays of Christmas competition exclusive to SILVER and GOLD Members. I posted all the details, rules and prizes earlier so makes sure you check out the ins and outs of how to play and what’s on offer. It’s important that you understand the rules so please take time to read them here.
In a nutshell, it’s a ‘last man standing’ competition. Pick a winning selection each day to remain in the competition. There’s Daily prizes to be won and a fantastic Grand Prize of £500 for one lucky winner courtesy of our friends at Skybet.
So let’s get started, here are today’s fixtures from which you need to pick either a home win, away win or a draw from just ONE match.
Day 1 Fixtures
- 19.45 PSV 4-5, Draw 14-5, CSKA Moscow 16-5
- 19.45 Manchester City 7-10, Draw 16-5, Borussia Monchengladbach 100-30
- 19.45 Real Madrid 1-12, Draw 10-1, Malmo 25-1
- 19.45 Paris St Germain 4-9, Draw 18-5, Shakhtar Donetsk 11-2
- 19.45 Wolfsburg 11-8, Draw 23-10, Manchester Utd 2-1
Daily Prize – £10 at Skybet
Spot Prize – FREE Gold Subscription
There is also a spot prize to be won today. Choose the time, in minutes, of the first goal to be scored in Manchester City v Borussia Monchengladbach. The winner will be the person with the closest guess BEFORE the minute of the first goal. So for example if the goal is scored on 10 mins 32 seconds and you have 11 minutes you will not win, instead it would the person with 10 minutes or the nearest minute before 10 minutes. In the event that more than one person guesses the correct time I’ll draw the winner at random from those with the correct time.
The prize will be a FREE Annual (Gold) Membership to the site, effectively Gold members will have their subscription fee refunded or if you’re a Silver Member your account will be upgraded for the next 12 months.
All entries must be submitted as a comment to this post by Tuesday at 7.45pm and should look something like this;
- Real Madrid WIN 1-12
- 17 minutes