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Tasty top prize of £100k if you play the Coral Football Jackpot

The Coral Football Jackpot provides punters with the opportunity to claim a top prize of £100k from our guaranteed pool.

Stake a minimum of £1 per line and, if you can correctly predict the results for our 15 featured fixtures we have selected from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A and La Liga, you could win a 10th of a million! (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 two pence on the matches, which you may want to use for guidance:

Aston Villa v Chelsea – Away win
Paul Lambert’s men have struggled massively this season and are dangerously close to the relegation zone, following a run of over 10 hours without a Premier League goal. Jose Mourinho’s title-favourites are flying high and should ease past the Villans, having thrashed them 3-0 last year.

Leicester v Crystal Palace – Away win
The Foxes lie haplessly at the bottom of the table, and face Alan Pardew’s soaring Eagles who have climbed up to 13th after one defeat in five league outings. With a host of new signings at their disposal, Palace should edge past Leicester City, after earning a 2-0 victory in the reverse clash.

Man City v Hull – Home win
Champions Manchester City are pushing Chelsea all the way in a bid to retain their crown, and overcame the Tigers in a 4-2 triumph last September. Manuel Pellegrini’s men should cruise past Steve Bruce’s relegation-threatened outfit, with Hull having lost four of their last five league fixtures.

QPR v Southampton – Away win
With Harry Redknapp recently departing Loftus Road and QPR lying deep in the danger zone, Ronald Koeman’s high-flying Saints will be aiming to gain their fourth consecutive away win. Southampton are pushing for fourth spot and should be in no danger of an upset in London.

Swansea v Sunderland – Draw
Both these two sides have suffered a serious loss of form in recent weeks, but Garry Monk’s Swansea City have had a slightly better run. The Welsh outfit are currently in eight position in the league table, six places and 10 points above the Black Cats. Gus Poyet’s men were held to a goalless draw last year in this fixture and a similar result can be expected again at the Liberty Stadium.

Brighton v Nottingham Forest – Home win
Forest are in miserable form, having lost five of their last six games in the Championship, while Brighton have three wins from their previous five. Despite the Seagulls being nine places and five points behind, back them for victory.

Leeds v Brentford – Draw
Two of their last three meetings have been draws and, with Leeds finally picking up a bit of form with four games undefeated, back the Whites to claim a draw against high-flying Brentford.

Wigan v Bournemouth – Away win
Top-of-the-table Bournemouth, who beat Wigan at home this term 2-0, should be able to add to their seven wins from their last nine games here against the Latics, who are seven points from safety.

Everton v Liverpool – Draw
These bitter Merseyside rivals have drawn in four of their last five head-to-heads, including this season at Anfield, so that outcome seems likely again at Goodison Park.

Juventus v AC Milan – Home
Serie A champions and current leader Juve have won their last five matches against fallen giants AC Milan, and it is hard to see past them in Turin once more.

Burnley v West Bromwich Albion – Draw
The Baggies have drawn five times on their travels this term, conceding just two goals in those games. Burnley have also proven themselves masters of splitting the spoils, after ending on even terms nine times across all competitions. With both West Brom and the Clarets battling for survival, their clash should be cagey.

Newcastle United v Stoke City – Away win
Stoke have been in swashbuckling form of late, netting eight in their past three games, and have already defeated Newcastle this campaign. The Magpies, meanwhile, have tasted victory just once in what has been a turbulent start to 2015, and have failed to sink the Potters in their last two attempts.

West Ham United v Manchester United – Away win
The Red Devils have triumphed in 11 of their last 12 league battles with West Ham, including four wins on the road. With such an emphatic record at Upton Park, Louis van Gaal will be eager to see his side snatch all thee points again. United skipper Wayne Rooney struck first against the Hammers last time these two teams met and has grabbed three in his last two encounters against them.

Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona – Away win
Barca have lost to the Lions just seven times in 43 league clashes, and the Catalan giants’ recent rampant form suggests they will romp to their ninth consecutive victory in all competitions against Bilbao. The Basque outfit should beware, as Barcelona have scored 12 in their past three outings.

Bradford City v MK Dons – Draw
The Dons have been held to three draws in their last five away games, so could struggle on the road again in Yorkshire against spirited Bradford. The Bantams and Dons have battled twice already this term across all competitions, each winning once, so this should be a fairly even encounter.