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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, Scottish Premiership, Serie A and the Old Firm battle, 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:

Crystal Palace v Everton – Home win
Alan Pardew has enjoyed a successful start to his reign at Selhurst Park, with his side climbing to 13th in the Premier League table. The Eagles have won their last four games in all competitions and should see off a struggling Everton team, having beaten them earlier in the season.

Liverpool v West Ham – Home win
Sam Allardyce’s men toppled the Reds with a 3-1 victory last September and will be confident of upsetting the odds again at Anfield. However, Liverpool are unbeaten in six league games and have kept two consecutive league clean sheets, so back Brendan Rodgers’ boys.

Man Utd v Leicester – Home win
Louis van Gaal’s side were stunned in the reverse fixture as the Foxes secured a 5-3 triumph. United should survive this time out after been beaten just once in their last 12 league outings with Leicester propping up the table. A home banker.

Stoke v QPR – Away win
Harry Redknapp’s relegation strugglers are still without a point away from home this season and face a Potters outfit that have climbed into the top 10. This could be finally be the fixture where QPR grab their first away victory with Charlie Austin the most likely match winner in the absence of Stoke star Bojan.

Sunderland v Burnley – Draw
The Black Cats have dropped to within a point of the relegation places after a string of five games without a victory, but are ahead of Burnley only on goal difference. Sean Dyche’s men are unbeaten in their last two away fixtures and could share the spoils with a struggling Sunderland side, having drawn the reverse clash.

West Brom v Tottenham – Away win
As great as Tony Pulis’ start has been, Spurs should have the beating of his side man-to-man. Key players Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane have been on target at The Hawthorns before, so the away side look good to win.

Birmingham v Norwich – Draw
This is a rerun of an infamous play-off final, and a share of the spoils looks on the cards because Gary Rowett has turned Birmingham around, while Alex Neil is making Norwich tough to beat.

Bolton v Wolves – Draw
Both teams have new strikers in their ranks with Adam le Fondre joining the Trotters on loan and Benik Afobe signing permanently for Wolves. Expect this to be scrappy, especially as the visitors will be without the goals and guile of Bakary Sako.

Cardiff v Derby – Away win
Although the Bluebirds have brilliant at home under Russell Slade, they are facing one of the Championship promotion favourites here. Cardiff are in the middle of remodelling their defence, which is music to the ears of Rams strikers Darren Bent and Chris Martin. Back them to earn three points for Steve McClaren’s men.

Dundee United v Aberdeen – Away win
Victory has gone to the visiting team in each of the last three head-to-heads, so expect that to continue here as Derek McInnes’ Dons have been very strong on the road of late.

Chelsea v Man City – Draw
Both sides come into this game following shock FA Cup home defeats, although Chelsea knocked out Liverpool in the Capital One Cup in midweek, so will be keen to make amends. Man City have enjoyed success at Stamford Bridge in recent seasons, so go for a draw in this title six-pointer.

Celtic v Rangers – Home win
This will be the first meeting between Scotland’s most famous teams since 2012, and it should produce a feisty encounter. But Celtic are a division above and won their last two home games against Rangers, so back them for victory again.

Arsenal v Aston Villa – Home win
Villa beat the Gunners at the duo’s last meeting at the Emirates, but Arsenal have won six of their previous eight encounters in all competitions and are in much better form. The Villans are without a victory in their last seven Premier League matches.

Southampton v Swansea – Home win
In-form and high-flying Southampton have won their previous three meetings with Swansea, who are without a victory in four top-flight games, all to nil, so back them to triumph once more.

AC Milan v Parma – Home win
Both sides are completely out of form, but fallen giants Milan should have enough to beat basement side Parma, who they beat in a 5-4 thriller in the reverse fixture this season.