You could be the next winner of the Coral Football Jackpot and a £100k top prize
We’ve had a couple of recent winners of the Coral football jackpot, with the life-changing sum of money than is our top prize of £100k!
If you can correctly call our 15 featured fixtures, as they did, from games in the Premier League, Championship and Serie A, then you could also hit the jackpot. Please note there is a minimum stake of €/£1 per line.
Our Football Jackpot has developed out of the pools coupon you can still get in Coral retail outlets, but this digital/mobile version has the advantage of no pen or pencil needed to complete it!
You’ll find a full list of term and conditions below the digital football pools coupon. Read on below to see what our football experts feel about each of the feature games in this week’s Coral Football Jackpot…
Arsenal v Southampton: Awaywin
Saints have a superb record against the Gunners and have only lost once in in six encounters, winning three of them.
Bournemouth v West Brom: Home win
In the their last three meetings, the Cherries are undefeated and have won two of them.
Burnley v Hull: Draw
Despite possessing a a small squad and no permanent manager, Hull have had an impressive start to the season, but will come up against Burnley’s great home record of last year’s Championship.
Middlesbrough v Crystal Palace: Draw
Boro seem to be integrating their new recruits slowly, while the Eagles don’t have that luxury. Honours could well finish even at The Riverside.
Stoke v Tottenham: Draw
This may be a story of strikers; Wilfried Bony could be in line for his Potters bow, while Harry Kane and Vincent Janssen continue to misfire for visiting Spurs. A share of the spoils looks likely, then.
West Ham v Watford: Home win
The Hammers can pile more pressure on Walter Mazzrri and the winless start he has made to his time as Hornets boss here with three hme points.
Brighton v Brentford: Home win
Chris Hughton’s Seagulls have lost once in their last seven games and triumphed in their previous two home games, so the Bees hold no fears for them.
Fulham v Birmingham: Home win
West London otufit Fulham are unbeaten in their last five outings and sit second in the Championship, meanwhile Birmingham are 10th.
Leeds v Huddersfield: Home win
Garry Monk’s men have lost only once in their previous five encounters against the Terriers, so back a derby day delight for the hosts at Elland Road.
Liverpool v Leicester: Home win
In eight fixtures against the Foxes, Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost just once and are unbeaten in their last two games. Liverpool look the ones to back for this Saturday Night Football clash.
Derby v Newcastle: Away win
The Magpies look certain to go up this season, and have won their last four games with their Premier League quality squad and Champions League winning manager Rafael Benitez.
Aston Villa v Nottm Forest: Draw
This Midlands derby may finish level, with visiting Forest looking to new boy Nicklas Bendtner to make an impact, while the creativity of Ross McCormack will be key for hosting Villa.
Swansea v Chelsea: Away win
In their previous eight meetings, Swansea have triumphed only once and Chelsea have gained maximum points this term, so this looks like a straightforward away win.
Pescara v Inter Milan: Away win
Frank de Boer can get his first victory in charge of the Nerazzurri in Pescara here, because Inter are a better side man for man.
Sunderland v Everton: Draw
Both clubs have mixed fortunes in this fixture with no particular pattern. Expect a close draw as David Moyes looks to shore up the Black Cats’ defence and improve going forward.