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19 Dec 2014

As the jackpot breaks £3000 for the first time and might even go to £5000 we've brought Rodney Marsh back to give us his thoughts on the weekend's games. Little did we realise he had been thinking tactically about scooping the lot...

Rodney Marsh

Since my first weekend when I got four out of my first four on Predict The Six, I've been thinking how to break this game wide open. I've been watching these last weeks and I think the best way to do it is to pick one player to get two. Get one player who doubles up and then you are only looking for four more players. It cuts the margin of error down and now we could have five thousand quid to play for.

Time to be a tactician, then and look not just for who will get one, but who will have the best chance of getting two. Looking at the games we need a relegation candidate away from home. Palace are at Manchester City but without any obvious forward it is hard to know who to pick. Leicester are at West Ham but while I'll pick a player from that game later, I like Spurs's chances at home to Burnley of scoring a few and Harry Kane is on fire. I saw Burnley at QPR and they looked shaky and at the moment there are few fit forwards in the league looking as sharp as Kane. He's taking all sorts of chances, he's got great feet and he's started to get his tap ins. Spurs look to be hitting their stride. Pochettino can't leave Kane out at the moment and he's getting the supporters going down the Lane. He's my double shout. A Harry Kane brace sets us up to Predict The Six.

[caption id="attachment_730" align="alignnone" width="275"]THUMBS UP FROM HARRY THUMBS UP FROM HARRY[/caption]

West Ham are at home to Leicester. Leicester's centre backs Wes Morgan and Marcin Wasilewski don't look confident at all, a couple of weeks ago Morgan pulled Rickie Lambert down thinking he wouldn't be able to catch him on the turn! The sort of player no centre back wants to face is Andy Carroll.

[caption id="attachment_731" align="alignnone" width="300"]MORGAN WILL BE UP AGAINST IT MORGAN WILL BE UP AGAINST IT[/caption]

The best thing about Sam Allardyce as a manager is that he'll do what it takes to find a way to win and so Leicester can expect to be bombarded from all angles with Carroll leading the Hammers's line. He'll be all over them from corners and set pieces and I'd expect West Ham to be looking to get behind the Foxes too. This could be a field day for Andy. He'll do as our next pick and I'd understand if you wanted to get on him as a double as well.

West Brom go to Loftus Road in what already looks like a six pointer. These are the games we need to see QPR winning if they are going to stay up. This weekend Charlie Austin is back after suspension. A rested Austin could be exactly what QPR need for this Christmas period. QPR are a different team at home and Austin has been the main man this year. He also takes the penalties. Neither side look great at the back. It could be a tight game, it could be a great contest, but either way Austin is the player in the match who has the class in front of goal. If he gets a chance I back him to take it.

My last two come from Manchester United. They go to Aston Villa but Lambert's men have been such a weak team these last two months and this coincides with United really beginning to look the part. Last weekend against Liverpool you could see the class they have in front of goal and that makes a massive difference to any side. They could overwhelm Villa and I fancy both Van Persie and Rooney to score.

Van Persie is such a natural finisher. He seems able to take the ball with either foot and he's great in the air and while he might not have the pace he once did, he has such class with every touch. His movement finds him pockets of space and he gets his shots off from anywhere in front of goal. Rooney's playing so well for United. He suits playing deeper so he can arrive on to the ball and he has massive intelligence in his play. Everything United did that was good last weekend came through him. He looks in terrific shape too.

[caption id="attachment_732" align="alignnone" width="300"]WILL THIS BE THE SCENE AT VILLA PARK? WILL THIS BE THE SCENE AT VILLA PARK?[/caption]

So they are my six.

1. Harry Kane
2. Harry Kane
3. Andy Carroll
4. Charlie Austin
5. Robin Van Persie
6. Wayne Rooney

It'd be brilliant to see the jackpot go before Christmas. Spread the word so it gets up to £5,000 - all get following @Predictthesix on Twitter. Tell me your tactic too - @rodneymarsh10.

Good luck and Merry Christmas.

Rodney Marsh

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