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Coral Football Jackpot rolls over to in excess of £1.2m

| 29.08.2015

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Our football experts have even given their predictions for this week, which you may wish to consider when making your own calls:

Aston Villa v Sunderland – Home win
Gabriel Agbonlahor’s great recent record in this fixture, coupled with a Black Cats backline that leaks goals, is a real recipe for disaster, so Dick Advocaat shoudl expect no joy at Villa Park.

Bournemouth v Leicester – Away win
Claudio Ranieri has got the Foxes firing and off to a fantastic start. That should continue here, with Leicester on a four-match winning streak against the Cherries.

Liverpool v West Ham – Home win
As the Hammers cannot seem to keep their strikers fit or out of off-field controversies, Brendan Rodgers’ Reds are value for victory at Anfield.

Stoke v West Brom – Home win
Former Potters boss Tony Pulis brings his Baggies to his old stomping ground, but the stylish signings made by Mark Hughes are more than enough to overcome Albion, who have star striker Saido Berahino seeking a move.

Bristol City v Burnley – Away win
Having beaten the Robins to the signature of £9m-rated striker Andre Gray, that gives Sean Dyche’s Clarets a major attacking edge for this visit to the West Country.

Huddersfield v QPR – Away win
Given Charlie Austin’s fine form in front of goal, with four in as many Championship outings, it’s hard to see anything but victory for Chris Ramsey’s Hoops in West Yorkshire.

Ipswich v Brighton – Home win
Stoke by the upcoming prospect of playing Manchester United in round three of the Capital One Cup in September, plus the fact that the Tractor Boys have won the last couple of encounters 2-0 at Portman Road, Mick McCarthy’s men are well worth backing for three points.

Sheffield Wednesday v Middlesbrough – Draw
Despite the fact that the Owls have won the last three head-to-heads, Boro are level on points with them, so can snatch a share of the spoils from this trip to Hillsborough.

Tottenham v Everton – Home win
Spurs are preparing to play a side whose best defender, John Stones, wants to leave, so this makes for the perfect opportunity to get Harry Kane back among the goals.

Southampton v Norwich – Draw
Saints come into this home game off the back of a decisive Europa League play-off leg on Denmark’s Jutland Peninusla. Alex Neil’s Canaries can thus capitalise on their jet-lagged hosts by pinching a point at St Mary’s.

Swansea v Manchester United – Draw
Louis van Gaal will want to avoid another embarrassing defeat to the Red Devils’ bogey team of recent time, so expect Man Utd to be compact and tough to break down at the Liberty. A ground out draw looks most likely.

Roma v Juventus – Draw
As the last three encounters at the Stadio Olimpico have produced different outcomes, this is tough to call, but a cagey early season share of the spoils should be how this ends, with both teams integrating new signings.

Sevilla v Atletico Madrid – Away win
Diego Simeone’s Atleti are unbeaten in trips to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan since 2010, and have more firepower at their disposal, so another away day delight for the Spanish capital club looks on the cards.

Monaco v PSG – Draw
Each of the last three meetings between these Ligue 1 heavyweights in the Prinicpality have ended level, and we see no reason for that pattern to change.

Coventry v Southend – Home win
Newcastle United loanee Adam Armstrong’s sensational form since joining the Sky Blues on loan is reason enough to back West Midlands outfit Coventry for the win.



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.