£100k top prize up for grabs in latest Coral Football Jackpot
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | September 14, 2016
Coral Football Jackpot
With the 2016/17 Premier League now back in full swing after the international break, Why not try our our latest edition of the Coral Football Jackpot, where a top prize jackpot of £100k is up for grabs.
The generous Jackpot covers clashes across the continent, and this week our 15 featured fixtures are picked from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Ligue 1.
All you have to do is stake 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 be rewarded with a share of 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…
Hull v Arsenal: Away win
The Tigers started life back in the Premier League this season in flying form, but they have slowed down of late and look set to go down to the improving Arsenal.
Leicester v Burnley: Home win
Reigning champions Leicester have claimed just one win and a draw from their four top-flight fixtures so far, but so have upcoming opponents Burnley. Back the Foxes for victory.
West Brom v West Ham: Draw
Slaven Bilic’s Hammers have lost their last two games, and so will be desperate to pick up the pace on their runaway rivals at the top of the league. However, they come up against the well-organised Baggies away, so a draw is a sensible punt.
Bristol City v Derby: Home win
Although still early in the season, Derby are level on points with the Championship drop zone after losing their last three, while the Bristol outfit have doubled their tally so far with 10. Go with the hosts here.
Ipswich v Aston Villa: Draw
Villa are beginning to show signs of improvement and will be hoping to close the gap on upcoming opponents Ipswich, but yet another draw this season for the Villans is certainly on the cards.
Nottingham Forest v Norwich: Draw
There could be another share of the spoils in this clash too, with both Forest and Norwich in decent form. They drew here in 2010/11 as well.
Everton v Middlesbrough: Home win
Boro have looked good this season, claiming five points after a productive summer transfer window, but Everton are on a different level under Ronald Koeman and look likely to win on home soil.
Birmingham v Sheff Wed: Draw
The Blues are flying high up in fifth after three wins from their opening seven matches. Although the Owls are four places behind, they are just a point off them, so a draw is a tasty prospect.
Las Palmas v Malaga: Home win
Canary Islands outfit Las Palmas have been smashing in the goals this season so far, bagging 11 in just three games, and as a result are up in fourth. Malaga, on the other hand, have lost two and drawn the other.
Watford v Man Utd: Away win
The Hornets finally claimed a first victory of the season last weekend after their fantastic fightback, but now come up against a wounded animal in the Red Devils, who will be determined to put their Manchester derby loss firmly behind them.
Dundee v Aberdeen: Draw
These two sides have shared the spoils in two of their last three duels at Dundee’s Dens Park ground, while they have also both drawn three times each from their five fixtures this term.
Crystal Palace v Stoke: Draw
Stoke City are surprisingly rock bottom of the table after losing their last three in the league, but Palace haven’t been at their best either so a draw looks a likely outcome at Selhurst Park.
Inverness CT v Celtic: Away win
It’s difficult to predict how Celtic will respond to their 7-0 thrashing by Barcelona in the Champions League, but are likely to get back to winning ways against second-bottom Inverness.
Tottenham v Sunderland: Home win
Spurs now look as though they are up and running after smashing Stoke for four last week, with Harry Kane getting his first goal of the season, while Sunderland are still winless. Back the hosting north Londoners to triumph.
Marseille v Lyon: Draw
Former French giants Marseille and Lyon have not exactly started the season how they’d wanted, losing two apiece from their first four, so it is difficult to split the two.