A guaranteed £100k top prize on offer in Coral Football Jackpot

Lee Gormley and Jamie Clark | November 19, 2015

Now the international break is over, the Coral Football Jackpot returns, and that means another opportunity for you to win a terrific top prize of £100k.

Stake a minimum of £1 per line and correctly call how our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Serie A, will end up. (Available on both desktop and mobile).

A full list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts have even give their thoughts on these matches, which are listed below as a guide:

Chelsea v Norwich – home win

Despite making a dreadful start to the defence of their Premier League crown, Chelsea should be able to bounce back against Norwich and get their campaign back on track after the international break.

Everton v Aston Villa – home win

The Toffees have won three of the last four meetings with Villa and, with home advantage on their returning domestic outing, expect Roberto Martinez’s men to succeed again.

Newcastle v Leicester – draw

Newcastle’s season has been quite the contrast to that of Leicester, languishing towards the bottom places, but they can hold out defiantly for at least a point this weekend.

Southampton v Stoke – home win

The Saints have two of the last three encounters with Stoke and possess enough firepower to get the job done once again this time out on home soil.

Swansea City v Bournemouth – away win

Garry Monk has come under serious pressure of late, and Bournemouth may spring a surprise to further Swansea’s early season misery.

West Brom v Arsenal – away win

Arsenal will look to continue their recent form and make sure they are in with a chance of claiming the title this term, starting with a victory here at The Hawthorns against West Brom.

Real Madrid v Barcelona – draw

Many of the big guns from both sides are missing from this El Clasico clash, but there is still plenty of attacking threat on show in what could be another thriller in Madrid.

Manchester City v Liverpool – away win

Jurgen Klopp faces another stern test with his Liverpool outfit, though his men could overcome Man City with players coming back injury, in what will be a tough match-up for former Reds star Raheem Sterling.

Juventus v AC Milan – draw

Both sides have somewhat struggled so far this term, more surprisingly Juventus, as they sit outside Champions League places. Expect a narrow encounter in Turin with a share of spoils the outcome.

Udinese v Sampdoria – away win

Vincenzo Montella is back at old club Samp as their new head coach, and ‘the Little Aeroplane’ should get a response from the visiting team here.

Hamilton v Aberdeen – away win

Derek McInnes’ Dons have won the last four head-to-heads to nil, so this should be an away banker.

Burnley v Brighton – draw

These two high-fliers are next to one another in the table, and Seagulls boss Chris Hughton will certainly be content to take a point off Sean Dyche in what is a lengthy trip to Turf Moor.

Tottenham v West Ham – draw

A repeat of February’s draw between these London rivals looks on the card with both sides in decent form.

Real Betis v Atletico Madrid – away win

When Betis were last in La Liga, Atleti battered them 7-0 across two meetings, and there’s little to suggest anything other than a straightforward victory for the visitors again here.

Crystal Palace v Sunderland – home win

Sam Allardyce’s side should struggle at Selhurst Park, so a home win looks assured for Alan Pardew’s high-flying Eagles.


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