Coral Football Jackpot now holds minimum top prize of £125k

Jamie Clark and Lee Gormley | February 25, 2016

Coral’s Football Jackpot is now a guaranteed minimum top prize of £125k| Can you correctly call the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures this week?

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Leicester v Norwich – Home win/h2>
The Foxes continue to fly and this looks like a home banker for Claudio Ranieri’s refreshing Premier League title contenders.

Southampton v Chelsea – Draw

Both Saints and the Stamford Bridge side have picked up, so this should be a competitive and close contest between the teams of Dutch bosses Ronald Koeman and Guus Hiddink.

Stoke v Aston Villa – Home win

Remi Garde really is on a hiding to nothing with the Villans, so Mark Hughes’ Potters look assured of three home points here.

Watford v Bournemouth – Draw

Expect an open game at Vicarage Road where both sides share the spoils.

Bolton v Burnley – Away win

Sean Dyche should mastermind a victory on the road here, as Andre Gray and Sam Vokes will have too much firepower for Wanderers.

Fulham v Middlesbrough – Draw

The reverse fixture was also a draw and Aitor Karanka’s Boro have left with honours even on their last two away days, so that pattern could well continue at Craven Cottage.

QPR v Birmingham – Draw

West London outfit QPR have only won one of their last games, while Gary Rowett’s Blues have been tough to beat on the road. This one has 1-1 written all over it.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid – Draw

Diego Simeone’s visitors have a great chance to move further ahead in second place of La Liga with victory here, though Real are unbeaten since last year under Zinedine Zidane, with a draw potentially on the cards.

West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace – Away win

After their FA Cup coup over Tottenham, palace will be riding high on confidence and should get the better of Tony Pulis’ Baggies on their travels.

Manchester United v Arsenal – Home win

At Old Trafford, Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils are aiming to secure a win which could propel them towards a top four position, and know a defeat could potentially end such hopes. Back the hosts to prevail over their arch rivals.

Tottenham v Swansea City – Home win

After exiting the FA Cup, Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs can’t afford any slip ups domestically as they target making history this season and a home triumph here should be routine.

Liverpool v Manchester City – Liverpool win

Man City had endured a decline in recent weeks until they comfortably overcame Dynamo Kiev, but Jurgen Klopp will desperately seek silverware success in this League Cup final at Wembley, so back Liverpool to edge a potential thriller.

Juventus v Inter Milan – Home win

It’s top versus fifth in Turn as leaders and reigning Serie A champions Juventus look to extend their summit superiority. Juventus have already thrashed Inter in the cup this term and could topple Roberto Mancini’s side again on home turf.

Lyon v PSG – Away win

Runaway Ligue 1 leaders PSG have incredibly already beaten Lyon four times this campaign in league and cup competitions, so back them to make it five straight wins on the road.

Brighton v Leeds – Home win

On home soil, promotion hopefuls Brighton looks more than capable of overcoming their latest opponents, who are stuttering down in 17th, in this Championship clash.


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