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Astronomical Coral Football Jackpot now £2.3m for punters

| 13.12.2014

The Coral Football Jackpot has rolled over to such an extent that the top prize is worth over £2m. This week’s sum, to be exact, is now £2.3m, so take a small chance and predict your way to become a millionaire!

Stake a minimum of £1 per line and, if you can correctly call the outcomes of 15 featured fixtures we have selected from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A and Ligue 1, then you will be a millionaire! (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:

Burnley v Southampton – Away win
The Saints put four past the Clarets last time these two teams met and have scored 15 more than Sean Dyche’s side this season. The south coast club also have the best defensive record in the Premier League and have lost just three away games this campaign.

Crystal Palace v Stoke – Draw
These two teams have toiled to eight draws between them this season, with Palace shutting out Spurs recently. The Potters have also struggled on the road this term, winning just two league games on their travels.

Leicester v Man City – Away win
Buoyed by their Champions League last 16 qualification and, having won their last four league games on the trot, City should have few problems against out-of-form Leicester. To compound fears for the Foxes, they have conceded nine in their last three against the Sky Blues across all competitions.

Sunderland v West Ham – Draw
The Black Cats have managed to keep clean sheets against both Chelsea and Liverpool in their last two outings, so will be well prepared to host the Hammers at home. In all competitions there have been 22 draws between these two sides.

West Brom v Aston Villa – Away win
Villa downed Leicester last time out with an inspirational performance and will be keen to vanquish another Midlands rival, having not lost to the Baggies in their past five encounters. West Brom, meanwhile, have not triumphed in their last five games, whilst the Villans have won two on the trot.

Bournemouth v Cardiff – Home win
The Cherries are unbeaten in nine league games, and also defeated West Brom in the Capital One Cup. They currently sit third in the Championship, two points off first-placed Derby. Cardiff, meanwhile, are unbeaten in four, but struggled against lowly Rotherham last time out. Expect the south coast club to take three points.

Leeds v Fulham – Home win
You simply cannot predict Leeds at the minute, and inconsistency seems to be the stock phrase around Elland Road. Having defeated Derby 2-0, they lost 4-1 to second-placed Ipswich. However, in their last four matches, they have won both of their home games, which could be a clue as to how this match will go. Fulham’s form is just as bad, though they lost 5-0 to Watford at home last time out, and that coupled with Ross McCormack’s return to Leeds could be an incentive.

Sheffield Wednesday v Wolves – Home win
Stuart Gray’s side have won their first back-to-back league games for the first time since September and are unbeaten in four fixtures. Wolves, meanwhile, have lost their last five, and haven’t triumphed in six attempts, which has seen them slide down the table. They currently sit one point behind their hosts, and could struggle against the Owls.

Watford v Wigan – Home win
The Hornets ended a four match losing spell with a 5-0 away win over flailing Fulham last time out, and will be on a high at home against Wigan, having crept into a play-off place. Their visitors are without a victory in seven, a run of form which has seen them slip to second-bottom in the Championship. Expect a rout.

Arsenal v Newcastle – Home win
This will be interesting. Two teams on the same points, the Gunners need a response to the defeat against Stoke last time out. Beating Galatasaray 4-1 away in Europe was a good start, but they need to follow that up. Newcastle are on the up, however, and are undefeated in nine league matches, and also brought Chelsea’s run to an end last time out. Close to call, but Arsenal should just edge it.

Man Utd v Liverpool – Home win
United have beaten Liverpool in six of their last seven matches at Old Trafford in all competitions, though lost last time out 3-0. All those victories in the Red Devils’ favour were by a single goal, so back them to edge Brendan Rodgers’ struggling side again.

Swansea v Tottenham – Away win
Spurs have won their last five meetings with the Swans, so it is difficult to see past that form again, despite the Welsh outfit being a point and two places above Tottenham in the table.

AC Milan v Napoli – Draw
The Naples outfit won both fixtures with Milan last season and are above them again in the Serie A table this campaign so far. However, they have drawn their last three in the league, so back that outcome once more.

Monaco v Marseille – Draw
Despite topping their Champions League group, Monaco’s run in Ligue 1 has been poor. They’ve gained consecutive victories, though, and beat L’OM in both battles last season, but now face a new-look table-topping Marseille under Marcelo Bielsa. Back a share of the spoils.

Everton v QPR – Draw
The Toffees beat QPR to nil in their last two matches at Goodison Park, and should have enough to get their first win in three Premier League games here against the Hoops, who are hovering just above the drop zone.



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.