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Predict 15 football results to win rollover Coral Football Jackpot

| 24.01.2014

With the Coral Football Jackpot rolling over last week, over £500,000 could be in the prize pool to be won on FA Cup fourth round weekend.

To win the jackpot, the correct results have to be predicted from the 15 games below through a coupon that can be found here.

The minimum stake per line is £1, but customers are permitted to enter as many lines as they wish, which may mean selecting two of the three possible results from fixtures that are considered especially tight to call.

Meanwhile, there are consolation prizes for selecting 13 or 14 correct results, regardless of whether or not the jackpot is won.

Full information on how to play can be seen here.

Below are this week’s 15 matches and our suggestions for what to enter into the jackpot pool.

Bolton v Cardiff – away win

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will now be beginning to get his thoughts across in the Cardiff squad and some further new recruits will strengthen them. Bolton were awful at Reading last time too.

Port Vale v Brighton – away win

Brighton are unbeaten in eight FA Cup games with opposition from a lower division, while Port Vale have lost six of their nine league games with teams higher than them in the League One standings.

Rochdale v Sheffield Wed – home win

Rochdale have won four in a row at home without conceding and Sheffield Wednesday have only triumphed once on the road all season.

Southend v Hull – away win

An upset may be popular here with Phil Brown hosting his former club and Southend winning three on the bounce at home. But even with a weakened team, Hull can make the three-division gulf tell.

Wigan v Crystal Palace – away win

Wigan are unbeaten in five at home, but have lost 10 of their last 11 in this competition to teams from a higher division. Palace are much improved on their travels under Tony Pulis too.

Leicester v Middlesbrough – draw

The two form teams in the Championship. Leicester have won six in succession and are due a hiccup, having been slightly fortunate at Leeds last time. Middlesbrough are improving, with five wins in six.

Kilmarnock v Inverness CT – away win

Inverness have already beaten Kilmarnock twice this season and haven’t conceded a goal on the road since early October. Kilmarnock have only taken one point against opposition placed seventh or higher in the SPL too.

Motherwell v Aberdeen – home win

Celtic are the only team to beat Motherwell in their last eight games and this includes 3-0 and 4-0 wins in their two home games. Aberdeen have only scored five goals across their last six too.

St Mirren v Partick – draw

Partick’s four wins all season have all been on the road, but they have only won one of their last 13, against bottom-club Hearts. St Mirren are not regular winners either, with three points taken in two of their last 10 league outings.

Stevenage v Everton – away win

Everton have not lost an FA Cup away game since 2006 and Stevenage are bottom of League One, scoring in only two of their last six games.

Lazio v Juventus – draw

Juventus lost at the Stadio Olimpico earlier this week in the Coppa Italia to Roma and Lazio are currently unbeaten under Edy Reja.

Sheffield Utd v Fulham – home win

Sheffield United knocked Aston Villa out in the last round and are unbeaten in four at home, while Fulham have gone out of the FA Cup in the fourth round in the last two seasons and lost all four previous ties with the Blades in this competition.

Chelsea v Stoke – home win

Chelsea have won all six Stamford Bridge meetings between these two since Stoke’s promotion to the Premier League. Stoke have lost all Premier League encounters this season away to top-half opposition too.

Dundee Utd v St Johnstone – home win

St Johnstone have only beaten the bottom two on the road and scored just once across their last five away games. Dundee United are winless in six, but have only dropped two home points against teams below them in the SPL standings.

Scunthorpe v Fleetwood – draw

Scunthorpe are unbeaten in 10 to sit top of League Two, but visiting Fleetwood have won three on the bounce.