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Make the most of May Day Coral Football Jackpot with top prize of over £120k

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | April 27, 2016

The Coral Football Jackpot has a guaranteed top prize of over £120k this May Day Bank Holiday weekend. All you have to do is correctly call the outcome of our 15 featured matches.

Bet a £1 minimum stake per line and predict how these games, which come from the Premier League, Championship and League One, will finish; either home win, away win or a draw. (Available on both desktop and mobile).

A full list of terms and conditions, plus further instructions on how to play is available. Coral’s expert writers even give their two pence on these matches below, which you may wish to use as guidance…

Everton v Bournemouth – Draw

Only Aston Villa have a worse top-flight home record than under-fire Roberto Martinez’s Toffees, so the Cherries could pinch a point from this lengthy trip to Goodison Park.

Newcastle v Crystal Palace – Home win

Rafael Benitez seems to have cleared the fog from the Tyneside team and revived their fortunes, so the Eagles may well go back to London empty-handed.

Stoke v Sunderland – Draw

The Potters have little play for other than cementing a top 10 finish, and the need of Sam Allardyce’s side is greater. A share of the spoils looks on the cards.

Watford v Aston Villa – Home win

Rock-bottom and relegated Villa are the perfect opposition for the Hornets to play and get over their FA Cup semi-final exit.

West Brom v West Ham – Draw

If the Baggies can hold title-chasing Tottenham, then they should do likewise against Slaven Bilic’s Hammers.

Nottingham Forest v Wolves – Draw

Rarely has a Midlands derby had so little riding on it. This nothing game should end up level.

Sheffield Wednesday v Cardiff – Draw

The Owls need a point to confirm their Championship play-off spot and, because the last two meetings have ended with honours even, they will look to do just that.

Arsenal v Norwich – Home win

Alex Neil and his Canaries are in trouble. Newcastle and Sunderland have come to life, and it’s this game which is part of a difficult Norwich run-in that will deepen worries. Arsenal are a home banker here.

Swansea v Liverpool – Draw

It remains to be seen what exertions a Europa League semi-final take out of Liverpool, so a share of the spoils at the Liberty Stadium looks likely.

Man Utd v Leicester – Away win

Forgive the romance, but the Foxes can win the title at Old Trafford. Against a Red Devils defence that is still makeshift they are great value to complete their Cinderella story.

Southampton v Man City – Draw

Manuel Pellegrini and his City players will have one eye on a decisive Champions League semi second leg at the Bernabeu, and this is one lengthy trip to the south coast they could do without.

Walsall v Fleetwood – Home win

Although the Saddlers have confirmed their League One play-off place, they will want to avoid playing Millwall or Bradford City, and that is motivation enough for them to deepen the travelling Cod Army’s relegation fears here.

Brighton v Derby – Draw

The Rams’ recent unbeaten run could effectively end Seagulls hopes of automatic Premier League promotion, as these two in-form teams may have to settle for a point apiece.

Burnley v QPR – Home win

Sean Dyche’s side, meanwhile, can take a huge step towards confirming their top-flight return by humbling the Hoops at Turf Moor.

Chelsea v Tottenham – Draw

Stamford Bridge is no longer the fortress it once was, but Spurs have effectively messed up their Premier League title chances by dropping points to West Brom. A Bank Holiday Monday Night Football battle that ends all square is a consideration.

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