Pulse Sports prediction game: Enter your week 5 predictions for a chance to win ₦‎1 million

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Predict 5 Pulse Sports prediction game: Enter your week 5 predictions for a chance to win ₦‎1 million

Kolawole Babatunde 08:23 - 13.09.2023

Hi Pulse Sports fans, the Pulse Sports prediction game for week 5 is up and running, and you could become a millionaire just by predicting the outcome of selected football games for free.

This week's prediction game features games across the English Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, and Ligue 1.

In the Premier League, Manchester United will look to bounce back from defeat in their last game as they host high-flying Brighton and Hove Albion. The other game in the EPL is between Bournemouth and Chelsea, both of whom have started the season poorly.

Barcelona vs. Real Betis is the only fixture from La Liga for this week's prediction, as both teams will look to build on their victories from the last game week. 

We have included the biggest game in Serie A this weekend, between local rivals Inter and AC Milan. Currently tied on 9 points, both teams have won all three league games this season and are first and second on the table.

In Ligue 1, Lorient vs. AS Monaco is the pick for this week. Monaco are first on the table, while Lorient sit in 11th with five points between them. The Red and Whites are two points ahead of PSG, and they will hope to keep that lead after this weekend.

Enter your predictions in the pop-up box below, for a chance to win ₦‎1 million jackpot

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