Soccer 13 Jackpot Prediction Tips
Daily Soccer 13 #S13 V2 Pool Code SZZ Fixture Predictions
Soccer 13 Tips - When We Make Them
We add Soccer 13 tips when our predictions are available (which is usually 3 or 4 days prior to kickoff) and the Soccer13 fixtures are set to "open" for each pool.
Soccer 13 Predictions for Tomorrow
As per the previous information about when we make tips, our Soccer 13 tips for tomorrow should always be available to view. A benefit of using these tips the day before is that, if you are betting on the fixtures, you will often get better odds.
That is because the bookmakers shorten the odds on the team that is most likely to win once the team news starts to filter in via news sources.
Soccer 13 Rules & How to Play
Since TAB added Soccer 13 to its stable of pools, it has fast become their most played pools game. One of the reasons is the huge jackpot prizes that can accumulate and wait to be won by those who pick the right combinations. The way that this works is that if no one wins the jackpot, it gets rolled over into the next pool draw. If more than one person correctly picks all results they both will share the massive jackpot evenly.
Thankfully, if you do select a lot of matches correctly but miss out on 1, 2 or 3 results, there are prizes given for these as well.
There are, therefore, four payouts in Soccer 13: The 'big one', and the three consolation payouts.
As the name suggests, there are 13 soccer fixtures to pick the results from on Soccer 13. These fixtures can come from any league, although you will often see games from the South African Premier Soccer League (or PSL) and English Premier League when they are available. As well as these, games from the more popular European competitions such as Italy's Serie A, Spain's La Liga and the German Bundesliga are also common fixtures.
If you have played any of the other pool games from TAB then you will quickly be familiar with Soccer 13 and how to use our Soccer 13 predictions and tips. You simply place your bet on a result for each fixture in the form of "1X2" with the result either being a home win (1), a drawn result (2) or an away team win (3).
Let's put this into a practical example as if you were going to play for real. Let's say that the first game listed on Soccer 13 is Tottenham Hotspur playing Aston Villa at Tottenham's stadium (the home team is always listed first in the fixture representation). Thus, Aston Villa is the 'away' team. This first match on the fixture list will always be denoted as M1.
So, if you think that Spurs will win the result for M1, you would select "1".
This is then repeated for each of the 13 games in Soccer 13's fixtures for that pool draw.
At the end you will have selections such as:
- M1 1
- M2 2
- M3 1
- M4 3
- M5 2
- M6 1
- M7 2
- M8 2
- M9 1
- M10 2
- M11 3
- M12 3
- M13 1
The above example assumes that one selection is made per game.
To play the game and perhaps use our Soccer 13 tips, this can be done by visiting one of the TABs, playing by phone (call 0861444822) after opening a telephone betting account or online at the soccer6.co.za website. Alternatively, you can also play using the FNB app or at the bank itself (even at the ATM).
The cost of the bet when you play can vary depending on the exchange rate. And, just like with Soccer 10 and Soccer 6, multiples or permutations in your bets are allowed. You can even select 1, 2 AND 3 in a fixture (but there is a limit).
It's easy to then multiply all of the numbers out to calculate what your wager will cost.
Here's a great explainer video that shows how to get the best of our Soccer 13 predictions with a step-by-step walkthrough of how to play the game: