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Coral’s Football Jackpot has rolled over to a sensational £700k; that’s over almost three quarters of a million that could be yours this week!
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Aston Villa v Everton – Draw
The Toffees are undefeated in their last eight meetings with Aston Villa, and are in flying form of late, having won five of their last six. Tim Sherwood’s men, meanwhile, are standing precariously above the drop zone so desperately need a result.
Sunderland v Southampton – Away win
Up until Sunderland’s 8-0 thrashing by the Saints earlier this season, they actually had a decent record against the south coast side, being undefeated in the previous eight in all competitions. However, they are in such dire form that it is difficult to back them here.
Swansea v Stoke – Draw
Both these teams have battled above their weight this term, standing in eighth and ninth place respectively. A Draw is on the cards, therefore.
West Ham v Burnley – Home win
After a fantastic start to the season, the Hammers have now dropped into the bottom half, but face basement side Burnley up next. Sam Allardyce is under a lot of pressure and needs to beat the Clarets, who are five points from safety.
Luton v Stevenage – Home win
Luton need a big win in this final day of the regular season clash to stand any chance of making the play-offs. Stevenage, meanwhile, are assured of a top seven place, so back the hosts for victory.
Northampton v Wycombe – Away win
The visitors sit in a comfortable play-off position in League Two and have not been overcome by Northampton since November 2012. Gareth Ainsworth’s Chairboys will be confident of continuing that dominant record on their travels.
Portsmouth v York – Away win
York have emerged victorious in three of these two side’s previous four domestic league meetings and they will be gunning to push further up the fourth-tier table with another triumph.
Man Utd v West Brom – Home win
Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils were held to a 2-2 draw in the reverse fixture at The Hawthorns last October, but need a strong result to follow up their dismal 3-0 thrashing by Everton. Expect the top four challengers to bounce back against the Baggies at Old Trafford.
Sevilla v Real Madrid – Away win
Carlo Ancelotti’s Galacticos have already toppled their La Liga rivals twice this term and look likely of making it three consecutive victories at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. Rampant Real are keeping current league leaders Barcelona in their sights and should see of any threat from the hosts.
Sampdoria v Juventus – Draw
Despite their extremely dominant home form, Serie A leaders Juventus have struggled on their travels in recent weeks, having taken their foot off the gas towards an imminent top-flight title triumph. Sampdoria could capitalise ahead of the visitors’ Champions League clash and grab a point.
Crawley Town v Coventry City – Draw
Just two points separate the hosts and their visitors in this last duel of the season, with relegation likely beckoning for the loser, depending on other results. Both of these teams’ past two tussles have ended on even terms too.
Swindon Town v Leyton Orient – Home win
League One strugglers Leyton Orient are second from bottom with just one game to go and have already been beaten by play-off hopefuls Swindon, who sit 30 points above them, before this season.
Tottenham v Man City – Away win
City have smashed 15 past Spurs over their last three clashes, including five in this same fixture last season. The Citizens are back in form with two wins on the bounce and have lost just one of their previous four duels at White Hart Lane.
Napoli v AC Milan – Home win
Napoli have lost only one of their last seven battles with the Rossoneri, and will be buoyed by their recent Europa League success. Rafa Benitez’s boys have scored 16 in their past five outings across all competitions, whereas AC have conceded five in their last two.
Hull v Arsenal – Away win
The Tigers have proven they are most dangerous when backed into a corner and have enjoyed two wins on the trot, though Arsenal should still have too much quality for their hosts. Hull have not beaten the Gunners since 2008, a run of nine encounters across all competitions.