Coral Football Jackpot now has top prize of over £145k
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | December 3, 2015
The Coral Football Jackpot’s top prize has been boosted to more than £145k for the first weekend of December! To be in with your chance of scooping this windfall, simply stake £1 per line and correctly call the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures.
What better way to get a pre-Christmas bonanza than by guessing how Premier League, Championship, La Liga, Serie A and FA Cup second round matches will turn out? 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 games below, which you may or may not wish to use for guidance:
Man Utd v West Ham – Draw
The Hammers have really upped their game when playing Premier League heavyweights on the road, and a share of the spoils is more than possible from a trip to Old Trafford.
Southampton v Aston Villa – Home win
Ronald Koeman’s Saints shall seek a response to being battered by Liverpool in their Capital One Cup quarter-final in midweek here, as they are up against a poor Villa side that looks dead and buried without winter investment.
Swansea v Leicester – Away win
Another fixture under-fire Swans head coach Garry Monk will have been dreading. The Foxes have been fantastic and open, so an away day delight with both teams scoring looks nailed on.
West Brom v Tottenham – Away win
Spurs have scored three goals on both of their last two visits to The Hawthorns, and it is hard to see the hosting Baggies matching a repeat of that when they’re coached by Tony Pulis.
Bolton v Cardiff – Draw
Honours finishing even is a familiar theme for both teams this term, as these two are among the draw specialists in the Championship.
Leeds v Hull – Away win
Because the Whites have lost five of the last six at home and the Tigers have the joint-best defence in the division, this looks like another away banker.
Nottingham Forest v Fulham – Draw
Although Forest are unbeaten in their past four at the City Ground, latest visitors Fulham have held their last two opponents and will aim to do so again here.
Chelsea v Bournemouth – Home win
Jose Mourinho’s Blues battle a Cherries team still ravaged by injuries to key players and, despite the spirit showed at home in a 3-3 draw with Everton last time out, they will struggle at Stamford Bridge.
Valencia v Barcelona – Away win
Incoming Bats boss Gary Neville is likely to realise the enormity of the task that awaits him at the Mestalla after a rampant Barca team batter Los Che.
Bolonga v Napoli – Away win
Serie A leaders Napoli take on a team in the bottom three, so three points for the visitors looks assured.
Rochdale v Bury – Draw
Three of the last four encounters between these bitter rivals have finished level, so an FA Cup second round replay should be on the cards.
Sheffield Wednesday v Derby – Away win
The Rams have won three of the last four fixtures, so another Hillsborough victory for Paul Clement’s County shall see them edge past an improving Owls outfit.
Newcastle v Liverpool – Away win
Jurgen Klopp has got Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi firing, as they netted five of Liverpool’s six Capital One Cup goals between them, while the Toon are in real trouble.
Everton v Crystal Palace – Away win
The Eagles have won 3-2 on both of their last two visits to Goodison Park, so that will given Alan Pardew real confidence of a result on Merseyside.