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Coral Football Jackpot now a guaranteed tasty top prize of £100k

Holly Thackeray | January 6, 2016

The Coral Football Jackpot’s top prize is now a guaranteed pool of £100k! If you want the chance win this potentially lucrative pot, simply stake £1 per line and correctly predict the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures.

What better way to bolster your post-January sales ravaged wallet than by calling how FA Cup third round, Copa del Rey, La Liga and Serie A games will end? The Coral Football Jackpot is available on mobile or online, where you can also find a full list of terms and conditions.

Our football experts have even put their reputations on the line by giving predictions on this week’s matches below, which you may or may not wish to use for guidance:

Birmingham City v Bournemouth – Home win

The Cherries’ small squad may need a reshuffle for their Midlands visit, with Premier League survival more pressing. Coupled with poor recent away form, this gives strong at home Championship club Birmingham a real chance.

Doncaster Rovers v Stoke City – Away win

Guests Stoke are more than capable of overcoming their third-tier hosts, with their abundance of attacking options in Bojan Krkic, Mark Arnuatovic and co able to run riot on this FA Cup away day.

Eastleigh v Bolton Wanderers – Home win

Hosting Hampshire minnows Eastleigh can channel the magic of the cup in this home fixture with beleaguered Bolton. The Trotters have triumphed just twice all term, making this an ideal time to capitalise on their low confidence.

Huddersfield Town v Reading – Draw

Both Championship teams are in inconsistent form, while the Terriers and Royals have already played out a draw this season.

Hull City v Brighton and Hove Albion – Home win

The previously high-flying Seagulls are mired in a real poor patch, making the Tigers a great shout to take the spoils on home Humberside turf.

Norwich City v Manchester City – Away win

Norwich are another team perhaps more concerned with beating the Premier League drop, so Man City should be more than capable of sinking the Canaries in this cup clash.

Southampton v Crystal Palace – Draw

Goals have been hard for these pair to come of late, so a splitting of spoils on the south coast looks likely as both lack a lethal edge.

Watford v Newcastle United – Home win

The Hornets at home have proven a surprisingly formidable force and in-form forwards Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo could have a field day versus the Magpies.

West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wolves – Home win

Slaven Bilic’s Hammers are back in fine fettle and should be buoyed after slaying Liverpool last time out, so look tasty to show Wolves the door.

Sevilla v Athletic Bilbao – Home win

It tends to be the home team which takes the glory whem these two tussle and Bilbao are without a win at Sevilla since 2011.

Oxford United v Swansea City – Draw

League Two team Oxford have lost just once at home all season, so could prove tricky for the stuttering Swans.

Tottenham v Leicester City – Home win

With Leicester leading man Jamie Vardy unlikely to make the trip, and the Foxes without a win in three, Spurs could have it all their own way at White Hart Lane.

Celta Vigo v Atletico Madrid – Away win

The hosts have suffered back-to-back defeats, while La Liga leaders Atleti have shown their ability to grind out gritty wins with late goals and can do so again here.

Sampdoria v Juventus – Away win

Juve have been patently clawing their way back up the Serie A table and into title contention, so should have no problems pushing past hot-and-cold Samp.

Eibar v Espanyol – Home win

Surprise La Liga package Eibar have proven resilient at home, while Espanyol have had considerable troubles on their travels.

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