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Get 15 fixtures right and win a cool £1 million in Coral Football Jackpot

| 07.03.2014

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Cardiff v Fulham – Away win
Cardiff have lost six of their last eight home games against Fulham in all competitions. The Cottagers also boast a better record on the road than at home this season so far, having picked up one point more.

Crystal Palace v Southampton – Away win
In their last four league head-to-heads, the Saints have won them all, while Palace have lost five and gained no victories in the last nine top-flight battles between the two.

Norwich v Stoke – Draw
Both sides have won two apiece in their last five duels with each other. With one of those being a draw, it is hard to look past the same result here as just two points separate them in the Premier League.

Birmingham v QPR – Draw
Birmingham have six victories in their last eight home games against QPR. However, both sides are in miserable form, with the Blues losing three of their last four, while Harry Redknapp’s team have slipped out of the automatic promotion places with no victory in five.

Brighton v Reading – Away win
Two points separate Brighton and Reading, with the former having a match in hand, but past fixtures suggest a likely win for the away side. The Royals have six victory in their last seven head-to-heads.

Leeds v Bolton – Home win
Leeds won the reverse fixture 1-0 away and have avoided defeat in their last three against Bolton. The Whites go into the game, having lost just once in six Championship games.

Middlesbrough v Ipswich – Away win
Ispwich hold an eight-point advantage on their Riverside opponents and won their home fixture 3-1. Mick McCarthy’s Tractor Boys have lost once in their last seven in the league, look set for victory again. Middlesbrough have not won in seven.

Yeovil v Sheffield Wednesday – Away win
Gary Johnson’s Glovers have never beaten the Owls in seven attempts. The reverse fixture at Hillsborough was drawn, but Wednesday have always when they have made the trip to Somerset.

Sheffield United v Charlton – Home win
The Blades have won three of their last five meetings against Championship club Charlton. Further, Sheffield United have never lost to the Latics in the FA Cup in four previous encounters, ahead of their quarter-final clash at Bramall Lane.

Hibernian v Motherwell – Away win
Stuart McCall’s men have already done a Scottish Premiership double over Hibs this term. Well have also won each of the last four meetings, suffering just one defeat in 10 against the Easter Road outfit.

Kilmarnock v Hearts – Home win
Killie has also completed a league double over Edinbrugh opposition in cash-strapped Hearts this season. The East Ayrshire club have the Scottish top-flight’s record scorer, Kris Boyd, in their ranks. He has 11 goals in 17 appearances against Hearts.

Chelsea v Tottenham – Home win
Spurs last won at Chelsea in 1990 with Gary Lineker scoring the winner. Tim Sherwood’s side boast poor recent away form with one win in their last four in all competitions. The Blues have never lost a home Premier League under Jose Mourinho.

Blackburn v Burnley – Draw
The last three East Lancashire derbies have finished 1-1. Rovers star striker Jordan Rhodes is on a goal drought of eight Championship matches. Clarets front two Danny Ings and Sam Vokes have both played in three career draws against Blackburn, managing to score just once between them.

Inverness CT v Dundee United – Draw
Two of the last four meeting at Caley Thistle have finished all square. Inverness and Northern Ireland frontman Billy McKay last scored in the Scottish Premiership almost two months ago. Dundee United are in similar form to their hosts.

Hull v Sunderland – Away win
Tigers January signings Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long are both cup-tied for the visit of the Black Cats. Beaten Capital One Cup finalists Sunderland have only lost ties to the Manchester clubs this season.



Sam Barnard

Sam has been writing for Coral since January 2014, and is the assistant editor of the news site. As well as the main betting sports, football, tennis and cricket, he covers the likes of golf, F1 and darts too, the latter of which has become a particular favourite. Sam enjoys playing as much as writing about sports, but niggling injuries have limited his participation in recent years, so is happy to mainly watch the pros such as Manchester United, Yorkshire CCC, Raymond van Barneveld and even Gibraltar national football team instead.