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Predict five Premier League results, earn points, climb the leaderboard and win cash with Dream Team Selector Big5

PREDICT five Premier League results with Dream Team Selector Big5 and you could win a share of a huge prize pool.

There is at least £10,000 up for grabs in Gameweek 1.

Predict a win, lose or draw, with points calculated on the odds of the match. The riskier the prediction, the more points you may collect.

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WEEK 1 MATCHES

For each game round you’ll also need to choose 3 Deciders. But choose carefully as the extra or minus points could mean the difference between winning and losing!

It costs just £5 to enter and the top 25 per cent of entries win a share of £10,000 or more.

Once the game is live, see how your predictions stack up against other players and your friends' teams in the live leaderboard. Every point counts!

Selector Big5 - £10,000 to be won!

5 games. 5 predictions. £5 entry. Welcome to Big5!

Minimum £10,000 to be won in the game.

Thousands of winners: 1-in-4 entries win.

Turn predictions into cash with Big5!

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WHY YOU SHOULD PLAY

Over £250,000 has been won through the Dream Team Selector games with thousands of winning entries.

It's great value for money compared to an acca with many more winners.

Take advantage of your football knowledge with smart picks.

Makes football even more entertaining!

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The 60-year-old vice-president of Suriname played for his club in the CONCACAF League and distributed money to rival players. He was suspended from football for 3 years
Luc de Jong scored the first goal for Barca in the 4th game - with Levante
Aston Villa goalkeeper Martinez offered Bruno to concede a penalty to Ronaldo and danced after a miss by the Manchester United midfielder
English football is getting closer to banning bookmakers: the names will be removed from T-shirts, even billboards and TV commercials are questionable