You can win £ 5,000 for free by anticipating what will happen when you visit Leeds UAE, live on the big Sunday. Here, Billy Lumsden identifies your card, just one point and one place separating the two sides as they head to the Premier League game on Sunday. Photo: Patrick Bamford celebrates Leeds’ scoring against Crystal Palace, you can also participate in the event – all you have to do is correctly predict what will happen when Leeds face Arsenal, and you may be the next winner with £ 5,000 free! The Super 6 Extra is similar to the game we all know and love, but our beauty on Sunday is the need to correctly predict the answers to six questions to win the jackpot: Can you predict your full-time score? The result of the first half? Who will score the first goal? Who will get the first card? How many corners you will take? Who will receive the Man of the Match Award? To do this, you need to know the ins and outs of the participating teams, so here we provide some invaluable pointers for your choices. Sunday February 14th 4:00 pm Start 4:30 pm Full-time result: Prediction: Arsenal 1-2 Leeds (11/1 with Sky Beat) Arsenal tied Leeds 0-0 on Eiland Road after Nicolas Pepe saw the red color after a goal . The confrontation with Izgan Alyoski. Leeds collided with the woodwork three times and got 25 shots at night, but the point was shared as they prepared to face again. Speaking on The Official Leeds Utd Podcast, Patrick Bamford said, “You know what?” (Alyosky) said in the locker room, I can’t wait for Sunday. I was like, ‘Why? “He said because I am playing against my companion Bibi again.” There is a tape story, and it might be one that you should consider for your reservation question later. Whatever happens, we’re ready for a fast-paced soccer match on Sunday. Kieran Tierney and Thomas Barty will not succeed. They are worrisome absences for Arsenal, and that could mean Ravenha has a field day down the left, potentially facing Cedric. The Brazilian got another assist for Bamford’s goal against Palace, his third goal in four matches, and I think Leeds will concede, as they have allowed 38 goals this season, the third worst goal in the Premier League. Only Ballas and Sheffield United conceded fewer goals, while Arsenal have the strength to open up the teams, and Leeds creates more chances and scores goals. Incredible Jack Harrison, Ravenha and Bamford will prove Arsenal too much, and the visitors will emerge with a sure but tight victory in London, whose record has been shocking over the past few years. Predict: Arsenal 0-1 Leeds (11/2 with Sky Beat) The score was of course 0-0 in the first half when the two teams met earlier this season, but nearly half of Leeds’ goals this season came in the first. Half the matches. Arsenal particularly dislikes the first 45 minutes of matches, being only four times ahead in 23 games. Of those 23, they locked in level 11 at break, but with Leeds knocking out the blocks to grab the match from the Trumpets, the hosts could fail and find themselves trailing in the first half. Both teams have an impressive record in the second half, sixth and eighth in a row in the second half table, which is why I think both teams will score in the last leg of 45, which is another good bet angle to consider. To score first (9/2 with Sky Bet) Where do we start with Bamford? He scored his twelfth goal this season against his former club, Crystal Palace, and complained about the England national team being called up. With three goals and assists in his last three matches, Bamford could be the first choice to open the scoring, as Ravenha scored the first goal of action in Newcastle recently and scored the final goal in Leeds’ loss against Everton. He’s been in bad shape with Bielsa and could potentially run into a pile of trouble defending Arsenal at his pace and deception. But Bamford is for me. Photo: Ravenha celebrates his goal in Newcastle with Rodrigo’s first card: Cedric gets the first card (10/1 with Sky Bet) This is a prize not many will pursue, but the card can be very sharp on Sunday. As I indicated, Bibi and Alyoski could once again clash with heightened tensions after a duel between them. In fact, Arsenal received five red cards during the 2020/21 season, more than any other team in the league with two, and Cedric would likely pull the short straw and be on the same wing as Ravenha. The Brazilian can make a lot of mistakes in 90 minutes and take a lot of kicks, so he himself might not be a bad consideration for the yellow card, make your choices here. Total Corners: Prediction: 10 corners to be taken (8-10 corner kicks: 2/1 with Sky Beat) In a 0-0 draw at Eiland Road, there were only eight corners, although Arsenal were reduced to 10 men and postponed. An attack from Leeds in the last 40 minutes of the match. I think there might be a reason to increase the stakes slightly in this game, with a host of attack options for both teams, choose wisely, as it could be the difference between £ 5,000 and being empty-handed! Prediction: Patrick Bamford Wins Man of the Match When all is said and done, it will be the winning player or a little smart that will earn points for one team or another. Since I expect Leeds to beat Arsenal, it should be Bamford who continues his impressive career in front of goal, and dare he say he can score the two goals that give Leeds three more vital points? The per cent-61 per cent with Leeds red against Leeds last time, they were allowed to see 66.3 per cent of the possession, which was ultimately not penalized with regard to Arsenal’s score, it could be a similar case here. Leeds went after the match against Arsenal’s rivals Tottenham, slipping back in the counterattack, losing 3-0 the day. The result may not be the same, but Leeds doesn’t know another way to play so I’ll shore up the lion’s share of possession to the far side. What will you predict? One match and six quests stand your way to winning the jackpot of £ 5,000. Don’t miss your free to play chance and enter your predictions before the 4.30pm deadline on Sunday!