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Coral’s Football Jackpot is back for the fourth round of the FA Cup, plus other competitions, and punters can get a guaranteed prize of £100k if they can successfully predict 15 featured fixtures.
Stake a minimum of £1 per line and, if you can correctly call the outcomes of 15 featured fixtures we have selected from the FA Cup, La Liga and Serie A, 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 weighed in with their predictions, which you may want to use for guidance:
Birmingham v West Brom – Away win
West Midlands rivals Birmingham and the Baggies face each other for the first time since they were both in the Premier League in 2010/11. West Brom won both battles 3-1 that season, and should be inspired to another victory under new boss Tony Pulis in this tasty cup tie.
Cardiff v Reading – Home win
Welsh outfit Cardiff have won each of their last three matches against the Royals, and are above them in the Championship at present. The Bluebirds should have just enough to defeat Reading on home turf.
Man City v Middlesbrough – Home win
Both Man City and Middlesbrough occupy second place in their respective divisions, the Premier League and Championship, and are in decent form going into this encounter. However, it is hard to back against the Citizens and their array of talent.
Preston v Sheffield United – Draw
League One outfits Preston of Lancashire and Yorkshire side Sheffield United meet in a Roses cup battle that is expected to produce a feisty occasion. Neither club are in particularly good form in the league and drew in this fixture in this division in August, so back a share of the spoils once more.
Norwich v Brentford – Draw
Visitors to Carrow Road, Brentford have won their last two matches in the Championship, and sit fifth in the table, just three points ahead of hosts Norwich who have also won their last two games. All signs here point to a draw.
Wigan v Huddersfield – Home win
The home side have taken just one point from a possible 12 and sit five adrift of safety in the drop zone. A win will help to ease concerns against Huddersfield, who lost 2-0 at Middlesbrough last time out. Because points are crucial, Wigan could just edge a victory.
Wolves v Charlton – Home win
Kenny Jackett’s side have been in resurgent form and are unbeaten in seven Championship matches; form which has seen them climb to within three points of a play-off place. After an encouraging start to the season, Charlton run the risk of sliding into mid-table obscurity, though the reverse fixture ended in a draw. Wolves are flying though, and three points are likely.
Liverpool v Bolton – Home win
The away side will give their all against Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round and Emile Heskey returns to face his old club, while Eidur Gudjohnsen had his fair share of duels against the Reds while playing for Chelsea. Expect Brendan Rodgers to guide his side through to the next round, though.
Lazio v AC Milan – Home win
The Rome-based outfit will be desperate to retain their top four status having slipped to fifth from second after losing to Napoli last time out. Their visitors were less than impressive in a 1-0 home defeat to Atalanta previously, though expect Lazio to take three points.
Aston Villa v Bournemouth – Draw
Villa are dangling perilously over the Premier League drop zone and have won just once in their past eight outings. The Cherries, by comparison, are topping the Championship and should provide a stern challenge for Paul Lambert’s side.
Brighton v Arsenal – Away win
The Gunners have emerged victorious from their last two FA Cup clashes against the Seagulls and should take the spoils again. After a sensational win over Premier League champions Manchester City, Arsenal will be hungry to continue their fine run against Championship strugglers Brighton.
Fiorentina v Roma – Away win
The Giallorossi have only lost one of their past six outings and are gaining ground on league leaders Juventus. Viola, meanwhile, have only ever defeated Roma eight times out of 43 attempts in Serie A, and have been beaten by the capital club in their last six duels.
Valencia v Sevilla – Away win
Seville are in sensational form and, whilst a trip to the Mestalla is always tough, should come out on top having won nine of their last 10 games. This super streak has them sitting fourth in La Liga, with attackers Kevin Gameiro, Carlos Bacca and Denis Suarez all in threatening form.
Rochdale v Stoke – Away win
Rochdale have not been able to beat Stoke since 1999, so the Potters should sink their League One competitors with relative ease. The Dale are far from impenetrable at home, having only won two of their last four at Spotland, while Stoke arrive on the back on an away victory.