What is Colossus pools betting?
Colossus offers pool betting games with the world’s biggest sports jackpots across a range of sports. Amounts staked will be placed into the pools and winning players share the pot.
What are Colossus Syndicates?
Colossus Syndicates enables players to crowdfund tickets into Colossus pools and play for lotto-sized sports jackpots together.
The Captain is in control
The Syndicate Captain makes their predictions on an upcoming pool, with the advantage of being able to create a big ticket covering multiple outcomes as they are only required to fund the first 10% of the total ticket cost.
Joining a Syndicate
Once a ticket is created by the Captain, other players can join the Syndicate and help crowdfund the ticket into the pool - assuming they like the look of the selections made by the Captain! Syndicates provide even more chances to win.
One of the features of Colossus is the ability to cover multiple selections in a leg - great for the matches that you’re finding too hard to call or have less confidence in. For example if you think Crystal Palace vs Everton is too hard to call, all three outcomes can be covered with 1=Home, X=Draw, and 2=Away.
Tickets can be shared on social media via FaceBook, WhatsApp or Twitter, giving players the chance to invite friends (or anyone that can see your posts!) to join the Syndicate. The more people that see the Syndicate ticket, the more people that can help to fund it!
All Colossus pools feature leg by leg Cash Out and the Syndicate Captain has full control of any potential offers. Remember, a clever Cash Out along the way could mean a ticket makes a profit for its members even if it eventually goes on to lose.
The first GOAL Syndicate is LIVE
There is now a Goal.com Syndicate in the latest Pick 15 (on the 1X2 market) featuring matches from around Europe this weekend.
This enables our readers to join the action by contributing to our ticket of pre-selected picks.
Below you can find all our selections for this weekend's massive £800,000 prize pool and our thinking on some of the selections.
Burnley v Swansea - Home win
Burnley have been exceptional at home since their return to the Premier League at the start of last season. Having picked up 33 of their 40 points in the 2016/17 campaign in front of their own fans, this is by no means an easy trip for the struggling Swans.
Paul Clement's men have managed just seven league goals so far this term whereas the Clarets have conceded just twice on home soil in five matches. Given that the visitors have lost four of their last five top flight games, this looks like a solid home win selection.
Tony Pulis is starting to come under fire for his pragmatic style at West Brom and the Baggies will do well to take anything from their clash with a Chelsea side who have won four of their last five league matches on the road.
Having won just one of their last nine Premier League games at the Hawthorns, this could easily be a repeat of the back-to-back wins Chelsea recorded over West Brom last season, both of which came by a 1-0 scoreline.
Fulham v Derby - Away win
Fulham are failing to fulfil the potential of last season's surge into the Championship play-offs under Slavisa Jokanovic. Consecutive defeats to Wolves and Bristol City before the international break mean it's now five games without a win for the home side.
Derby however, have won four of their last five league matches, scoring twice in each of those encounters. Overall, Fulham have won just one of their eight Championship home games this season so opting for a Rams victory seems the best option for this second-tier clash.
Both these city rivals have picked up 23 points from 11 La Liga matches so far but neither will be happy with their performances and this could end up being a cagey encounter between two sides that are tough to trust on current form. Atleti have moved into the Wanda Metropolitano for the new campaign and are struggling to replicate the impressive displays that they managed under Diego Simeone in the Vicente Calderon in recent years.
The home side have already drawn five La Liga games this season, more than anyone else in the Spanish top flight. Another stalemate could be on the cards here with Los Blancos still missing several key men and Ronaldo struggling to find any domestic form in front of goal.
Inter have won five of their six home league matches in Serie A this season and should be able to secure three more points when they host travel sick Atalanta.
The visitors are yet to win on the road in seven matches across all competitions and have already lost three league games away from home. What's more, Gian Piero Gasperini's men have yet to keep a clean sheet and have leaked 10 times in that spell. The San Siro crowd will certainly be confident of picking up maximum points once more.
Like the look of these selections? Join the Goal.com Syndicate and play for the £800,000 prize this weekend!