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Coral Football Jackpot has rolled over to fabulous £550k

Coral’s Football Jackpot has rolled over to a fabulous £550k; that’s over half a million that could be yours this week!

If you want to be in with a chance of winning this top prize, simply stake a minimum of £1 per line and predict the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures.

We have selected them this week from the Premier League, Championship and Serie A (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 judgements on these games, which you may want to use as a guide:

Burnley v Leicester – Away win
The Foxes have enjoyed a mini revival at this late stage of the season, with Burnley dropping to rock bottom of the Premier League table, a position which Leicester had recently held since November last year. With the hosts having won only once at home in their last six league games, expect the recent rejuvenation to continue.

Crystal Palace v Hull – Home win
Steve Bruce’s Tigers are without a league triumph since February, while the Eagles’ defeat to West Bromwich Albion in their previous game ended an impressive four-match winning streak. Alan Pardew’s men should see off their struggling opponents easily, who are yet to secure a win on their travels this calendar year.

Newcastle v Swansea – Away win
Both these sides have hit a stumbling block in their domestic campaign, but more so the Magpies, who have dropped to 14th in the league standings. The Geordie outfit have now lost six straight top-flight matches and look incapable of turning their form around.

QPR v West Ham – Draw
After a flying start to the season, the Hammers have suffered a domestic decline and have won just once in their previous 11 league fixtures. Although, QPR have been toppled in six consecutive home clashes and have not picked up three points at Loftus Road this year.

Stoke v Sunderland – Home win
The Potters impressively overcame Southampton in their last outing, while the clawless Black Cats are yet to secure a league victory on the road this year. Stoke should comfortably see off the futile threat of Sunderland at the Britannia Stadium.

West Brom v Liverpool – Draw
Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from their FA Cup semi-final defeat to Aston Villa last time out, and may concentrate on a late push for a Premier League top four spot. When these sides last met in October, the Reds ran out 2-1 winners with Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson scoring. The Baggies took a much-needed three points off Crystal Palace last time though, gaining momentum going into this clash.

Fulham v Middlesbrough – Away win
The visitors to Craven Cottage have top spot in their sights as the race for Championship promotion hots up. Earlier in the season the Teesside team ran out 2-0 winners with Adam Reach and Albert Adomah getting on the scoresheet. Following two terrific wins over promotion rivals Wolves and Norwich, momentum is certainly on their side, while one more win for the hots could guarantee their Championship safety.

Reading v Brentford – Draw
Mark Warburton’s outfit are three points off a play-off place and really need a win to keep themselves in contention. The Royals came through 120 minutes of FA Cup football against Arsenal last time out, and seven points off relegation, may set up for a draw.

Wigan v Wolves – Away win
Also three points off a play-off position are Kenny Jackett’s side, who haven’t won in four league matches. With just two games remaining, and five points off safety, Wigan need two wins, though still wouldn’t be guaranteed survival. It looks bleak for the hosts.

Man City v Aston Villa – Draw
Tim Sherwood will be looking to follow up an FA Cup semi-final win over Liverpool last time out, by scalping the Premier League champions in their own backyard. They are high on confidence at the minute, and if key players Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph are on top form the West Midlands side could definitely gain all three points. City though are inconsistent at the minute, and anything could happen.

Inter Milan v Roma – Away win
The Giallorossi have certainly had the better of Inter in recent exchanges, having smashed four past the Nerazzurri in Rome earlier this campaign and emerged as 3-0 winners from this fixture at the San Siro last season. If Roma are to regain second spot, victory is a must.

Everton v Man Utd – Away win
The Red Devils hold an emphatic head-to-head record over their northwest rivals with 82 triumphs to Everton’s 65 across all competitions. United took all the spoils at Old Trafford earlier this term and will be expecting to extend their excellent recent run of four wins in five.

Arsenal v Chelsea – Away win
Jose Mourinho has the measure of Arsene Wengers men, and the Blues have bagged 10 goals in their last four duels with the Gunners across all competitions. League leaders Chelsea are also unbeaten in their past four trips to the Emirates.

Napoli v Sampdoria – Home win
Samp have not managed to slay Napoli in their last seven attempts, and Rafa Benitez’s boys have been defeated just three times at the Stadio San Paolo this term. The Blucerchiati have also hit a patch of poor form, with no victories in their last three outings.

Bournemouth v Bolton – Home win
Championship title chasers the Cherries have not lost a league game since February, and already took the Trotters to task at the Macron Stadium in their previous tussle. Bolton are marooned in 17th spot and have claimed just one win in their past seven.