Back Wolves and Sevilla in Goal's Syndicate for a chance at Colossus Bets' £800,000

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The 1X2 Pick 15 is back and selections this week include games from the FA Cup Third Round as Championship clubs look to upset Premier League teams

A massive £800,000 jackpot is up for grabs this week with Goal’s Syndicate on Colossus Bets.

You can get involved for as little as 20p simply by clicking here, which will take you directly to the 1X2 Pick 15 Syndicate.

We have made our picks as we attempt to land the huge prize pot, and given our reasons behind some of the selections.

Wolves v Swansea - home win

The FA Cup always throws up some juicy ties, and few more so than the runaway leaders of the Championship facing the Premier League’s basement club.

Wolves reached the fifth round of the tournament last season – beating Liverpool on the way – and have lost just three times this season, whilst the Swans have lost 10 of their last 14 matches in all competitions.

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Ipswich v Sheffield United - away win

Both these sides are on bad runs of form in the Championship right now, with Ipswich having lost four of their last six and the Blades having won one of their last eight.

However, the South Yorkshire outfit are unbeaten in their last five at Portman Road and won this fixture 1-0 in October.

Las Palmas v Eibar - away win

The hosts currently sit bottom of La Liga on a meagre 11 points after 17 games, and have gained only five points from their last available 39 in the league.

Eibar are sitting pretty in seventh place but have actually amassed just 13 points more than their opponents, but are unbeaten in their last six (W5 D1) and will fancy their chances of earning another victory in the Canary Islands.

Millwall v Barnsley - home win

Relegation is still a realistic threat for the two sides contesting this FA Cup third round tie, but the Lions look to be staving it off after claiming three wins and two draws in their last seven matches.

The visitors have struggled for any such consistency, though, with their 1-0 win at Sunderland the first time they collected three points since the start of November.

Sevilla v Real Betis - home win

Real Betis started the season in fine form, winning five of their first nine, but since then they have claimed just one victory in their last eight games and find themselves dangerously close to a relegation battle.

Although the hosts have failed to win any of their last three, their nine La Liga wins represent the third-most in the league and the Andalusians will be aiming to get back on track here.

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What is Colossus pools betting?

Colossus offer pools betting games with lotto-sized jackpots across a range of sports. All jackpots and consolation prizes are shared if there is more than one winner in the pool.

What are Colossus Syndicates?

Colossus Syndicates enables players to crowdfund larger tickets and hunt down those lotto-sized jackpots together.

This week’s Syndicate

As the captain, Goal have made the selections for the Syndicate. You can see all the picks for this weekend’s 1X2 Pick 15 pool.

Our ticket has covered multiple outcomes in some of the legs, giving us a stronger chance of winning the £800,000 prize!

You can join the Syndicate now and help to fund the ticket from as little as 20p, assuming you like the look of our selections of course!

Share your ticket socially and help fund it

Colossus customers can share tickets socially via Twitter, Facebook or WhatsApp, a great way to show others what you’re backing, enabling them to help crowdfund the ticket too.

Like the look of these selections? Join the Goal.com Syndicate and play for a share of the £800,000 prize this weekend!

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