Coral Football Jackpot in £830k international rollover
Coral’s Football Jackpot enters the international break on yet another rollover. The top prize began the season at £100k, but is now worth over eight times that at an exceptional £830k.
Put on a minimum of £1 per line and, guess 15 right results from out featured League One, League Two and Euro qualifying matches, and punters will win this massive mountain of money.
A full list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts have even given their predictions on this week’s featured fixtures, which is there for guidance.
Gillingham v Leyton Orient – Home win
The Gills have not won in their last eight League One games, but beat the O’s in all three of their meetings last term. Luckily for the hosts, Orient are also in a bad form getting one victory in their previous eight.
Yeovil v Fleetwood – Away win
Newly-promoted high-flyers Fleetwood won their only previous away game against Yeovil back in 2011 and, with the Somerset side down in the relegation zone and without a victory in eight league games, back the visitors again.
AFC Wimbledon v Dagenham – Home win
The Dons have won three of their six head-to-heads with the Daggers in the last three campaigns, and are five points above them this season so far. Back a home victory in League Two again.
Stevenage v Cheltenham – Draw
Neither side are in particularly good form going into this battle, and their recent head-to-heads suggest a close battle here. A draw may be the best bet.
York v Oxford – Home win
Just one point separates these two historical cities in League Two. With Oxford losing their last two games, and the Minstermen undefeated against United in their last four matches, back the hosts.
England v Slovenia – Home win
The Three Lions won both of their meetings with Slovenia, and currently top Group E after winning all three without conceding. Skipper Wayne Rooney will earn his 100th cap here at Wembley, and should be able to help steer his side to victory.
Austria v Russia – Draw
These two are first and second in Group G, and have three draws between them from their three respective matches. They shared the spoils in their only previous meeting back in 2003, so back them both to get a point again.
Switzerland v Lithuania – Home win
Elsewhere in England’s Euro 2016 qualifying group, Vladimir Petkovic’s Swiss side must make the most of home advantage. They can go level on points with Lithuania with victory, and that is extra incentive for a forward line that includes Bayern Munich’s Xherdan Shaqiri.
Montenegro v Sweden – Away win
Scandinavian side Sweden have won in Podgorica before, and have talismanic captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic back after injury. He will be more than Montengro’s defence can handle in Group D.
Italy v Croatia – Draw
These two top Group H with perfect records. The Azzurri’s poor previous performances against the Blazers means a share of the spoils looks likely. Niko Kovac will make Croatia tough to break down and may counter Antonio Conte’s wing back system.
Newport v Exeter – Draw
Both teams are on the cusp of the League Two play-off places, separated by just one point. They shared the spoils at Rodney Parade last term, so another draw looks on the cards here.
Belgium v Wales – Home win
Marc Wilmots’ Red Devils will go one better than the draw in Brussels during World Cup qualifying against Chris Coleman’s Dragons. There is star quality throughout this Belgium team, while Wales are heavily reliant on Gareth Bale.
Israel v Bosnia – Home win
Eastern European outfit Bosnia are without both of their main men Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic, so by coach Safet Susic’s own admission there is little hope of victory. This contrasts with Israel striker Omer Damari, who has four goals in qualifying already.
Czech Republic v Iceland – Draw
These two teams are joint-top of Group A with three wins out of three. Iceland are yet to even concede a goal, but the spoils look set to be shared, and that result will be welcome new for the Netherlands.
Wycombe v Burton – Away win
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will get the customary reaction from a club that has appointed a new manager here. The Brewers have won each of the last three at Wanderers, so Albion can bunch things up in the League Two promotion race.