Five matches to watch this weekend and a free shot at £800,000 with Colossus' 1X2 Pick 15

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New or existing Colossus Bets players have a FreePlay token in their account ready to be claimed for Saturday’s huge 1X2 Pick 15 prize pool

Here’s a look at some of the matches that are included this weekend and some Opta facts to help you make up your mind on what the best selection might be on your FreePlay.

Bournemouth v Huddersfield Town

Fact: Bournemouth have never lost a Premier League home game against a newly-promoted side (W5 D1), winning the last five in a row by an aggregate score of 17-3.

Crystal Palace v Everton

Fact: Everton have kept a clean sheet in their last four Premier League away games against Palace, their joint-longest such run against a team (also four away to Sunderland between 2002 and 2009).

Sevilla v Celta Vigo

Fact: Celta have lost their last four La Liga games in Andalusia - the last time they had five defeats in a row there was in 1976.

Malaga v Deportivo

Fact: At home, the Andalusians are unbeaten in their last 10 games against Deportivo in the top-flight, drawing seven of these games (W3).


15 games for £800K

This week’s FreePlay is for a single line entry in to Saturday’s 1X2 Pick 15 pool. Simply predict the outcome of each of the chosen fixtures on the coupon for your chance to win.

What is Colossus FreePlay?

The Colossus FreePlay is a free to play predictor game giving players the opportunity to play for a huge jackpot in a real money pool.

Not only is it free to play, but you also get leg-by-leg Cash Out (should you wish to bank some profits before the end of the pool) and consolation prizes for those near misses!

How do I claim my token?

It’s easy to get involved, just register with Colossus and your FreePlay token will be waiting for you. If you are already registered – Great! You’ll have a token waiting for you once logged in.



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