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Come and play Coral’s Football Jackpot and win £100k prize!

Matt Haynes | November 5, 2015

Coral’s football jackpot returns for another week, giving punters the chance to win a fantastic £100K, simply by predicting the outcome of selected football matches.

Bet a £1 minimum stake per line and correctly predict how our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Championship and Serie A, will end up. (Available on both desktop and mobile)

An extensive list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts provide their thoughts on these matches, which are listed below for you to read at your leisure!:

Leicester v Watford – Home win

In-form Leicester really look unbeatable of late, and are all the way up in third in the table after 11 games. Watford have looked good too, but are on the road to the Foxes den.

Man Utd v West Brom – Home win

While United have looked blunt up front, their defence has been rock solid. They finally found a goal last time out in the Champions League and can take that confidence into this clash with the Baggies.

Norwich v Swansea – Draw

The Canaries are on a terrible run of four straight losses, but Swansea haven’t been on the best of form either. A draw seems logical result here at Carrow Road.

Sunderland v Southampton – Away win

With just one win all season, Sunderland are in dire straights and, despite the appointment of Sam Allardyce as new head coach, they’ve were still thrashed 6-2 last time out against Everton. Saints are up in seventh and should win here.

West Ham v Everton – Draw

Just three points separate these two teams, with West Ham just above in sixth. However, the Hammers have enjoyed playing away more, so back a draw.

Cardiff v Reading – Draw

Both these teams are in poor form at the minute and all signs point to a draw. Reading haven’t won in four, while their opponents haven’t won in three matches.

Hull v Middlesbrough – Home win

Two more teams who, more or less cancel each other out in terms of form, though Boro have struggled at times this season on the road against tough teams and they don’t come much tougher than the Tigers.

Wolves v Burnley – Away win

It is four defeats in five for the home side, while the Clarets are undefeated in six matches. Expect them to keep up their three match winning streak against their Black Country opponents.

Stoke v Chelsea – Away win

Jose Mourinho knows his job is potentially at stake and will want to avenge the Blues recent Capital One Cup defeat at the Britannia. Chelsea to win this, narrowly.

Aston Villa v Man City – Away win

Manuel Pellegrini’s side are flying and, following their 3-1 Champions League win over Sevilla last time out can continue their form over struggling Villa.

Roma v Lazio – Draw

Although the Giallorossi are technically the home team, these Stadio Olimpico-sharing sides both play their best football at home and look likely to split the spoils, having done so in two of their last three Rome derbies.

Barcelona v Villarreal – Home win

Formidable forwards Luis Suarez and Neymar have really stepped up for the Catalan giants, and should posses more than enough potency to push past the Yellow Submarine on home soil for the fifth time on the trot.

Arsenal v Tottenham – Home win

Title-chasers Arsenal have already triumphed over Tottenham this term in the League Cup and have enough quality with Alexis Sanchez and co to rack-up and another north London derby win here.

Liverpool v Crystal Palace – Home win

Jurgen Klopp has guided his Reds to two victories in a row, and looks tasty to make it three in front of the Kop, as Palace have fallen off the pace a little of late.

Sevilla v Real Madrid – Away win

The Bathtubs have been leaking goals recently, while Real have proven to be both rampant and defensively robust under Rafa Benitez and are unbeaten across all competitions.

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