This weekend brings with it yet another opportunity for you to become the latest millionaire in town if you can correctly predict 17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot.

This weekend brings with it yet another opportunity for you to become the latest millionaire in town if you can correctly predict 17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot.

The best and most trusted gaming company offers a couple progressive jackpots with the Mega Jackpot now at a record KSHs 264,846,439.

As if that is not enough, it only costs KSHs 99 to place your bet and with this you could break records by becoming the highest football jackpot winner in Kenya.

It only gets better with SportPesa because even if you fail to get all of the games correct, there are generous bonuses from 12 correct predictions.

Gordon Ogada remains the highest football jackpot winner in Kenya after his KSHs 230,742,881 victory and he was followed by Cosmas Korir months later, who bagged KSHs 208,733,619.

As soon as the Mega Jackpot reached the quarter of a billion threshold, Kenneth Wanjohi came agonizingly close to breaking the Kenyan football jackpot record.

Wanjohi got 16 correct predictions and his efforts saw him win an astounding bonus of KSHs 20,031,087 that he insisted would go a long way in transforming his life.

By simply clicking here and placing your predictions, you can be the next millionaire in town or at least come close and win a life-changing amount of money.

This is the last jackpot that features club football from top European leagues with the FIFA 2022 Qatar World Cup set to kick off on November 20.

Here, SportPesa’s Blog has a look at the top 3 games from the land and offers insight into the fixtures and the predictions ahead of the mouth-watering encounters.

BOURNEMOUTH vs EVERTON – Saturday, 6pm

This is the second game between these two sides in a week and Bournemouth ran out 4-1 winners against Everton on Tuesday night in the EFL Cup.

This was Bournemouth’s third consecutive win against Everton after recording similar 3-1 victories in both English Premier League matches last season.

The Cherries are in 17th place on the table with 13 points, one less than Everton who are in 16th.

Bournemouth needed that midweek win to boost their confidence as they are currently on a horrible run in the EPL, losing 4 games in a row.

Everton are desperate for a win as well but are lacking attacking threat with Dominic Calvert-Lewin injured, registering just 2 shots on goal in their last game against Bournemouth.

Frank Lampard’s team are out for revenge and to prove a point but it’s unlikely that they win, though they could battle for a draw.

NOTTINGHAM FOREST vs CRYSTAL PALACE – Saturday, 6pm

Patrick Vieira’s Palace have the chance to go into the World Cup break in the Premier League’s top 10 but need to avoid defeat away at Forest.

The hosts and newcomers into the top flight remain rooted to the bottom of the log with only 10 points from their opening 14 games.

While Crystal Palace are in 10th place with 19 points after consecutive wins against Southampton and most recently West Ham.

Wilfried Zaha scored his 6th goal of the season in the 2-1 win away at West Ham and will lead the attacking line alongside Odsonne Edouard.

Nottingham Forest have only won once in their last 10 games, a shock 1-0 victory over Liverpool, but have the second worst defense in the league after letting in 30 goals.

This is tipped to surprisingly be an entertaining encounter but Palace may just have what it takes to edge Forest on the day.

NEWCASTLE UNITED vs CHELSEA – Saturday, 8:30pm

A season ago this would be just another routine game for Chelsea but the odds have changed as the steady rise of Newcastle continues to stun the world.

The Magpies are a brand new side since they were sold to a new consortium for a reported £305 million, making them the richest football club in the world.

They come into this game in a shocking 3rd place with 27 points, just seven points adrift of league leaders Arsenal.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are struggling to get their footing this season and have suffered back to back defeats for the first time under Graham Potter.

Their recent loss to London rivals Arsenal leaves them in 7th with 21 points and are desperate for a win before the World Cup break.

Miguel Almiron is on fire for the home team, scoring his 7th goal in 7 games in their most recent 4-1 triumphant win away at Southampton.

Newcastle have not beaten Chelsea since a 1-0 win in 2020 but will be full of confidence ahead of this weekend’s clash.

Despite falling short in recent weeks, Chelsea have a good record against Newcastle and are expected to avoid defeat in an entertaining stalemate.

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