£100k on offer in latest Coral Football Jackpot
Coral Football Jackpot
With the 2016/17 Premier League now back in full swing after the midweek EFL Cup, why not try out 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, League One, Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Serie A.
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, you’ll 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…
Bournemouth v Everton: Away win
The Toffees are on somewhat of a roll in the Premier League, as they are just one of three clubs still undefeated. Bournemouth, on the other hand are way down in 17th. Back an away win.
Liverpool v Hull: Home win
After a promising start to the season, the Tigers’ form has tailed off, while for Liverpool the opposite is the case as they beat both champions Leicester City and Chelsea in succession.
Middlesbrough v Tottenham: Away win
The same can be said for both Boro and Spurs respectably, with the latter way up in third after picking up the pace in recent weeks.
Stoke v West Brom: Draw
Stoke are overdue a win in the league, being rock bottom on just one point, but next come up against West Bromwich Albion, who boast former Potters head coach Tony Pulis as their boss. A draw looks likely.
Sunderland v Crystal Palace: Draw
Another share of the spoils is set to be on the cards in this meeting too, as they did in this fixture at the Stadium of Light last season.
Swansea v Man City: Away win
Although Swansea caused Manchester City some problems in the EFL Cup on Wednesday, with Sergio Aguero back from suspension, expect an emphatic away win.
Bolton v Bradford: Draw
Bolton Wanderers boss Phil Parkinson will be facing his former club Bradford City for the first time, and just one point separates the two teams who are second and fourth respectively in League One. A draw is more than likely.
Arsenal v Chelsea: Draw
In the crunch clash of the weekend, it is hard to split London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, who both have 10 points from five matches this term.
Aston Villa v Newcastle: Draw
Another tasty tussle in the Championship takes place at the same time as the above battle, this time between former Premier League outfits Villa and Newcastle. Again, a draw is highly likely.
Las Palmas v Real Madrid: Away win
Canary Island outfit Las Palmas have made a surprisingly good start to the season, but now come up against European giants Real, who will be keen to get over their draw with Villarreal during midweek.
Torino v Roma: Away win
Roma are unbeaten in this fixture in their last 12 encounters and are looking to maintain pressure on Serie A leaders Juventus.
Aberdeen v Rangers: Away win
In their last seven meetings, Gers are unbeaten in this fixture and need to win this match as their pursuit of Celtic intensifies.
West Ham v Southampton: Away win
West Ham United have struggled since their move to the Olympic Stadium and have already lost two home games this season and Saints have won their last three.
Fiorentina v AC Milan: Home win
La Viola have won two of the previous three fixtures between the sides and have a 100 per cent record at home this season.
Burnley v Watford: Draw
In their previous six outings, the Clarets and Hornets have drawn five times and look likely to repeat history this weekend.