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Coral’s Football Jackpot has rolled over, and the top prize is now £350k. Stake a minimum of £1 per line and can correctly call the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures we have selected from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, and Ligue 1, you could win big (Available on both desktop and mobile)

A full list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts have even give their predictions on these matches, which we’ve listed below for guidance:

Leicester v Hull – Draw
The Foxes secured a 1-0 victory over Hull earlier in the season, but have faltered since, with Steve Bruce’s Tigers climbing five points clear of the dropzone. Both sides are on a shocking run, but a draw will be a better result for the visitors at this stage of the campaign.

Sunderland v Aston Villa – Away win
Tim Sherwood will hope to use his side’s FA Cup triumph as inspiration to topple the stuttering Black Cats. The Villans have climbed out of the bottom three and will face a Sunderland side who are without a win in their previous six games in all competitions.

West Brom v Stoke – Home win
West Bromwich Albion have virtually secured their Premier League safety after moving eight points clear of danger, while Stoke City sit pretty in eighth position. The Potters have secured three consecutive league victories, but that run could come to an end as the Baggies aim to bounce back from successive defeats to Villa recently.

Brighton v Wolves – Away win
The visitors are pushing hard to secure a play-off place this term and a win at the Amex Stadium could prove vital as they aim to edge past Ipswich Town and Brentford in the Championship table. Brighton will be low on confidence too, having lost to Reading in their previous domestic league outing.

Charlton v Blackburn – Away win
Only goal difference separates these two sides in the table, with Blackburn ahead in 11th spot. A play-off place is out of reach but the Rovers will be confident of toppling their rivals after winning the last three meetings, including an FA Cup clash in January.

Leeds United v Nottingham Forest – Away win
Forest have been defeated by Leeds just once in their last six duels, and have also lost only one of their past eight outings. The Whites, meanwhile, have won just nine games at Elland Road this season.

Rotherham v Wigan Athletic – Home win
The Millers have already triumphed against Wigan at the DW Stadium this term, and now host the relegation-threatened Lactics on home turf. The visitors have tasted victory only three times in their last 14 games and have just one clean sheet in their past five.

Norwich City v Derby County – Home win
The Rams have lost their last two on the road and will face a tough task against Norwich, who have been defeated once in their last nine games, scoring 20. The Canaries also hold the head-to-head record with 27 triumphs to Derby’s 18.

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham – Home win
The Owls sit a comfortable 10 points above Fulham, who have lost two on the bounce, conceding six. The Cottagers are also hovering above the relegation zone, while Wednesday have been defeated in only one of their last four clashes.

Partick Thistle v St Johnstone – Away win
Travelling St Johnstone have not been slain by Partick since 2008, and put two past the Glasgow club in their last tussle. Thistle are also in a poor vein of form at the Firhill Stadium, where they have lost all four of their past home outings.

Everton v Newcastle – Draw
The Toffees are undefeated in five of their last six meetings with The Magpies (winning four), but are on a miserable run of being without a victory in their previous five in the league. Back a draw.

Man Utd v Tottenham – Draw
United have not beaten Spurs in five matches, losing two (both at home), and are a team lacking in confidence despite still holding a top four position. With Harry Kane, anything is possible for Tottenham, and they can claim a share of the spoils at Old Trafford.

Bordeaux v PSG – Away win
PSG will be on a high, having just knocked out Chelsea of the Champions League, and the Ligue 1 giants should have enough to beat sixth-placed Bordeaux.

Marseille v Lyon – Draw
Another crunch French clash, and Marcelo Bielsa’s L’OM can get to within just point of table-toppers Lyon with a home victory. A draw, though, is the most likely result.

Swansea v Liverpool – Away win
The Swans have not beaten Liverpool in their last six matches in all competitions, and the Reds are certainly the in-form team of the Premier League.