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Coral Football Jackpot: Minimum top prize of £100k up for grabs!

Holly Thackeray | 22 October 2016

Coral Football Jackpot

Following thrilling European midweek action, it’s back to the bread and butter of domestic league duty, so don’t miss out on the Coral Football Jackpot, where a £100k top prize is up for grabs.

It’s simple, all you have to do is bet a minimum of €/£1 per line and correctly call the results from our 15 highlighted fixtures – home win, away win or draw – and if you guess the outcomes right, you’ll be rewarded with a share of the guaranteed minimum top prize of £100k!

This week’s featured matches come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership and Serie A.

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 terms 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…

Leicester v Crystal Palace: Draw

Champions League adventures aside, limp Leicester have managed just two PL victories this season and look unlikely to collect more than a point against Palace. The Eagles are playing well but still struggle with finishing, so a draw demands to be considered.

Hull v Stoke: Away win

Hull were bullied and battered by Bournemouth last time out, in what was their third successive defeat. Now the Potters are over their poor patch following fantastic results against Man Utd and Sunderland, they should give the Tigers a trouncing.

Burnley v Everton: Away win

Burnley will look like an appetising scalp for Everton, who arrive at Turf Moor after a strong result versus Man City and having not lost in the last three to this opposition. The Clarets are crumbling meanwhile, with only two victories in all competitions all term.

<3>West Ham v Sunderland: Home win

The Hammers turned a corner last time out with a vital victory, while Sunderland continued their slump and are still without one win in the Premier League this season. West Ham have not lost any of their last six battles with the Black Cats so look good value.

Swansea v Watford: Draw

The Swans can battle to a point at Liberty Stadium, as they showed fight to claw two back against Arsenal under new boss Bob Bradley last weekend. Watford have been out of sorts for a while despite picking up points, so Swansea can shock and split the spoils.

Huddersfield v Derby: Draw

Steve McClaren’s return to the Rams gives the Terriers plenty to think about and a share of the spoils could be on the cards in West Yorkshire.

Wigan v Brighton: Away win

Chris Hughton has the Seagulls soaring again, but their hosts are in the relegation zone, so side with Brighton despite the long trip to the northwest for victory.

Sampdoria v Genoa: Away win

The visiting team has won five of the last six Serie A encounters and, with Samp conceding twice as many goals as Genoa so far this term, that trend should continue here in the Derby della Lanterna.

Liverpool v West Brom: Draw

The Baggies are on a run of three consecutive draws, while four or the last five head-to-heads with the Anfield outfit have finished level. Tony Pulis’ team are thus tempting to take a point from this trip to Merseyside.

Nottm Forest v Cardiff: Away win

Forest are really struggling for clean sheets, and the Bluebirds are under new management with Neil Warnock in charge. Cardiff also have four wins in five, so victory on the road looks likely.

AC Milan v Juventus: Away win

Juve are unbeaten in the last nine meetings with Milan and have seven wins against the San Siro outfit in that period.

St Johnstone v Dundee: Home win

Dundee sit rock bottom of the Scottish Premiership with just one win all season. Meanwhile, Perth Saints have only lost once in five league outings.

Man City v Southampton: Draw

City have drawn two of their last three games, while Saints will provide a tough test – unbeaten in their last five matches, conceding just once.

Rangers v Celtic: Away win

Hoops thrashed Gers 5-1 last time out and are flying at the moment – undefeated in their previous six games.

Chelsea v Man Utd: Home win

Chelsea are 10 matches unbeaten in this encounter and, coming off the back of beating Premier League Leicester City, look set to triumph over United. ​

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