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Top prize of over £200k in latest Coral Football Jackpot

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | April 6, 2016

Coral’s football jackpot returns for another week, giving punters the chance to win over £200K, simply by predicting the outcome of selected football matches.

Bet a minimum £1 stake per line and correctly predict how our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Challenge Cup final, La Liga and Serie A, will end up (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 put their reputations on the line with their thoughts on the battles below, which you may or may not find helpful…

Aston Villa v Bournemouth – Away win

Rock bottom Villa are on a losing run of seven and managerless after Remi Garde’s departure, so back Bournemouth to gain the three points that would all-but secure their survival.

Crystal Palace v Norwich City – Draw

The Canaries have claimed an impressive seven points in their last three matches as they battle against relegation, and they can claim another crucial point away to out-of-form Palace.

Southampton v Newcastle United – Home win

Newcastle are six points away from safety, but have shown some fight since Rafael Benitez took over. However, they’ll find it very difficult to get points against European places-chasing Saints.

Swansea City v Chelsea – Away win

Chelsea are still undefeated under Guus Hiddink this season, and it will be interesting to see how they respond after the announcement of Antonio Conte as their new boss after Euro 2016. They can edge the Swans.

Watford v Everton – Draw

Both Watford and Everton are in woeful form, having lost four and three in a row respectively. A draw is on the cards here.

Fulham v Cardiff City – Away win

The Cottagers have picked up a bit of form recently to steer them away from the drop zone, but look likely to lose out to Cardiff, who are not to giving up on finishing in the play-off places.

Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion – Home win

Man City ended a poor run of form emphatically by smashing Bournemouth for four last time out, and should make light work of the Baggies too.

Real Sociedad v Barcelona – Away win

Barca are having somewhat of a mini blip of late, after drawing with Villarreal, losing to Real Madrid and being lucky in their Champions League win over Atletico Madrid. But back them to overcome Basque side Sociedad.

AC Milan v Juventus – Away win

It seems there is no stopping Serie A table-toppers Juve of late, and Milan are unlikely to either being on a run of four without a win.

Sunderland v Leicester City – Away win

Surely a win for the Foxes on Sunday will all-but ensure title success with five matches to go, and they’ll do all they can to achieve that against relegation-threatened Sunderland.

Rangers v Peterhead – Gers win title

Rangers will be reeling right now, after securing promotion back to the Scottish top flight after four years working their way back up the leagues, and should see off League One side Peterhead with ease to lift the Challenge Cup trophy.

Liverpool v Stoke City – Home win

The Potters are two points above the Reds in the table, but have played two matches more, so need at least a point to hold them off a bit longer. However, Liverpool may just have too much quality for Stoke.

Tottenham v Manchester United – Draw

This fixture is crucial for both Spurs and United, as a loss or even a draw for either would severely dent their title and top four hopes respectively.

Palermo v Lazio – Away win

Sicilian outfit Palermo are in woeful form of late and currently occupy the third relegation zone spot. Lazio should get back to winning ways here.

Nottingham Forest v Brighton

Brighton are currently in a three-way tussle for two automatic promotion places, and can help their cause by beating Forest, who have lost four of their last five.

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