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Coral Football Jackpot rewards players with top prize of £100k

| 17.10.2015

After a brief rest during the international break, the Coral Football Jackpot returns, and that means another opportunity for you to win a terrific top prize of £100k.

Stake a minimum of £1 per line and correctly call how our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Serie A, will turn out. (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 thoughts on these matches, which are listed below as a guide:

Man City v Bournemouth – Home win
This should be comprehensive, as top of the table play host to the Premier League new boys and, with Kevin De Bruyne on top form, Manuel Pellegrini’s side will likely run riot against the injury-hit Cherries.

Chelsea v Aston Villa – Home win
Expect a resurgent response from the champions, following their 3-1 defeat to Southampton. Tim Sherwood is under pressure at Villa and the Blues are likely to pile on the misery.

Southampton v Leicester – Draw
Both sides have been in decent form this term and a scoring draw could be the likeliest result here. Graziano Pelle and Jamie Vardy could both be among the goals for their respective teams.

WBA v Sunderland – Draw
It is likely to be back to basics for Sam Allardyce’s side who visit The Hawthorns. A stalemate will be seen as a positive and the Black Cats new manager is sure to have organised his defence in training this week.

Crystal Palace v West Ham – Home win
The Eagles haven’t given much at home this season, but can be hopeful of three points against the Hammers, with away fans knowing which side is going to turn up this term.

Everton v Man Utd – Draw
Ross Barkley’s brilliant form is a problem for a Red Devils midfield that looked lightweight at Arsenal, but Louis van Gaal will demand a reaction and a share of the spoils from a fixture Man Utd traditionally struggle with looks on the cards.

Leeds v Brighton – Away win
The Seagulls are a surprise package, while the hosts are a bit Jekyll and Hyde, reflecting the hot and cold performances from striker Chris Wood. Side with Chris Hughton’s consistency, then.

Watford v Arsenal – Away win
Arsene Wenger got a beautiful showing from his Gunners last time out, and the Hornets hold no fear his hugely talented attackers.

Torino v AC Milan – Draw
The Bull are flying high again, and will target the scalp of fallen giants Milan. Luiz Adriano and Carlos Bacca have more than enough firepower between them to cancel out in-form Torino duo Daniele Baselli and Fabio Quagliarella, though.

Dundee Utd v Hearts – Away win
Edinburgh outfit Hearts look like they’ve never been away from the Scottish Premiership, and can continue their excellent start to the campaign with three points from Tannadice.

Derby v Wolves – Draw
The Rams have been draw specialists, with five in the Championship so far, and will be keen to stall the Wolves attack at Pride Park.

Newcastle v Norwich – Draw
Both teams come into this tussle in poor form, but the Magpies are under pressure and must pick up at least a point as Norwich visit St James’ Park.

Deportivo v Athletic Bilbao – Away win
Basque boys Bilbao managed to beat big-guns Valencia last time out, so will be confident of keeping up that form after the international break.

Inter Milan v Juventus – Away win
Serie A champions Juve have returned to form of late and have won all but one of their past eight encounters with Inter, who were trounced by Fiorentina in their previous outing.

Swansea v Stoke – Home win
​Garry Monk has got his Swans back on track and the potent pairing of Andre Ayew and Bafetimbi Gomis should be too much for Mark Hughes’ Stoke side to handle.

Premier League Tips
Hertha to beat Hoffenheim
Schalke to beat Dortmund
Dusseldorf to win at Paderborn


Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.