£100k top prize up for grabs with Coral Football Jackpot
Coral Football Jackpot
Now that most of the top European leagues are either underway or about to be, Coral customers can get in on a slice of the sporting action too, with a £100k top prize pot up for grabs with the Coral Football Jackpot.
Delve into a world of football with our 15 featured fixtures from across the continent including not only the Premier League and Championship but also Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Serie A.
All you have to do is stake a minimum of €/£1 per line and correctly predict the results from our 15 highlighted fixtures below – home win, away win or draw – and if you call the outcomes successfully you’ll be rewarded with the guaranteed minimum top prize of £100k!
The Coral Football Jackpot has developed out of the pools coupon you can still get in our betting stores, but this digital/mobile version has the advantage of no pen or pencil needed to fill it in!
You will find a full list of term and conditions below the digital football pools coupon. Read on below to see what our expert tipsters think about each of the matches that are part of this week’s Coral Football Jackpot…
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth: Draw
Crystal Palace have not beaten their next opponents Bournemouth since 1988 and, after both sides started their seasons with successive defeats, a draw looks on the cards in this encounter.
Everton v Stoke City: Home win
Back-to-back victories have given Everton a huge boost ahead of their clash with Stoke City, who were recently thrashed 4-1 by Manchester City, and a home victory looks more than capable for Ronald Koeman’s Toffees.
Watford v Arsenal: Away win
Watford managed to overcome Arsenal on their travels last season in the FA Cup, but the Gunners possess plenty of attacking threats and should have too much for the Hornets this time out at Vicarage Road.
Bristol City v Aston Villa: Home win
Aston Villa have won just one of their five games in all competitions so far this term, while Bristol City began brightly with three consecutive wins, before stuttering to two losses. After a recent extra-time cup win over Scunthorpe, back the hosts to prevail again.
Charlton Athletic v Bolton Wanderers: Draw
This looks set to be a competitive clash, with both Charlton and Bolton entering proceedings after recent respective winning runs, so a sharing of the spoils has potential in their latest meeting.
Partick Thistle v Hearts: Away win
Hearts prevailed in all three league meetings with Partick Thistle last season and that streak looks set to continue in this match-up, so back an away success here.
Lazio v Juventus: Away win
Having managed to see off Fiorentina in their Serie A opener, Juve should have no problems punishing Lazio, who have shown they can certainly score but also concede by the bucket-load. Gonzalo Higuain and Pablo Dybala will be licking their lips.
Osasuna v Real Sociedad: Draw
There have been four draws in the past six meetings between these two Spanish sides, so another encounter ending evenly after both teams failed to find opening La Liga week wins looks to be on the cards.
Hull v Man Utd: Away win
Hull may have grabbed some heroic results but their winning run should come to an end against the Red Devils, with Man Utd looking both ruthless and efficient under Jose Mourinho with Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic integrating quickly.
Newcastle v Brighton: Draw
At home the Magpies can avoid defeat but, though Rafael Benitez’s boys have built up a head of steam, a splitting of spoils seems most likely as Brighton are unbeaten in all competitions and consistent performers.
Napoli v AC Milan: Home Win
Napoli should be able to edge the Rossoneri on home soil in this Italian encounter, having demolished the Milan men to nil in two of their past three meetings.
West Brom v Middlesbrough: Draw
The Baggies can be notoriously difficult to pinch points off, especially at The Hawthorns, when in the mood. But, Boro have bounced into the Premier League, and will be buoyed by their Northeast derby triumph, so have enough to claim a draw.
Man City v West Ham: Home win
It’s tough to see past Pep Guardiola’s stylish Citizens taking all three points at the Etihad, after notching 11 goals in three games across all competitions so far. Sergio Aguero is in a deadly mood and can dent the rusty Hammers.
Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona: Away win
These two La Liga teams know each other very well following six meetings in all competitions last term, in which giants Barca lost only one. Catalan success seems likely again after they thrashed Real Betis 6-2, while Bilbao lost their league opener to Sporting Gijon.
Villarreal v Sevilla: Draw
Staunch Villarreal and defensively leaky but goal hungry Sevilla could cancel themselves out in this Spanish clash, with neither starting the season completely convincingly and backing a draw appealing.