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Top prize of £100k can be yours if you play Coral Football Jackpot

| 26.09.2015

The Coral Football Jackpot returns for another week so, to be in with a chance of winning this tasty top prize, stake a minimum of £1 per line and correctly predict the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, Scottish Championship, La Liga and Serie A (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 predictions on these games, which are listed below for guidance:

Leicester City v Arsenal – Draw
At the King Power Stadium you should never count Leicester out, especially this season. The Foxes are unbeaten and also drew at home to Arsenal last campaign.

Liverpool v Aston Villa – Draw
Both sides are struggling to see out games this campaign and hosts Liverpool have drawn their past three in normal times across all competitions.

Manchester United v Sunderland – Home win
The Red Devils have been revived by the magic of new recruit Anthony Martial and should secure their third win on the trot against Sunderland, who have been shambolic recently. One win in eight across all competitions does not bode well for the Black Cats.

Southampton v Swansea City – Home win
Saints enjoyed a goal glut last time out, with a 6-0 league cup drubbing of MK Dons, so should have too much for Swansea at St Mary’s, as the Welsh club are wobbly on the road.

Stoke City v Bournemouth – Away win
Buoyed by their home defeat of Sunderland last time out, the plucky Cherries could take all three points from an out-of-form Stoke, with Mark Hughes’ men yet to record a league win so far this season.

West Ham v Norwich – Home win
Slaven Bilic’s Hammers have been in sublime form this term so far and that rampant run, which includes wins over Manchester City and Liverpool, is set to continue against the Canaries at Upton Park.

Celtic v Hearts – Draw
Celtic unconvincingly overcame Raith Rovers narrowly in their midweek League Cup clash in preparation for this encounter with Hearts, who are pushing the Bhoys close in the Scottish Premiership from third place. The travelling side have the talent to come away with a result. 

Real Madrid v Malaga – Home win
Under Rafael Benitez, Madrid have become a solid unit and, with Cristiano Ronaldo still tracking down Raul Gonzalez’s goals record, the Galacticos will be firing on all cylinders once again against Malaga on home soil.

Newcastle v Chelsea – Away win
Steve McClaren is living dangerously on the Toon, with his Newcastle side sitting second from bottom without a single Premier League victory this term. The fight just wasn’t there in them midweek defeat to Sheffield Wednesday, so expect more of the same against the champions.

Morton v Rangers – Away win
The visitors have won 11 of their previous 12 games in all competitions stretching back to last campaign and possess enough firepower to overcome Morton, with Martyn Waghorn in particularly fine form. The forward has struck 11 times in 12 outings this term and will be gunning for further success this time out. 

Middlesbrough v Leeds – Draw
West Yorkshire outfit Leeds did the double over their Teesside opponents last season, and following a positive start to the campaign, can be confident of bringing at least a point back to Elland Road. Indeed, Leeds are somewhat of a bogey team for Boro who have lost three of their last four matches against them.

Watford v Crystal Palace – Draw
This makes for an intriguing clash, with the home side picking up some form lately, winning their last two matches, though Alan Pardew has made this Eagles side hard to beat and despite two narrow losses against Man City and Tottenham, they can salvage something here.

Real Sociedad v Athletic Bilbao – Draw
David Moyes’ side got their first win of the season last time out, while the Basque country outfit have now lost two on the spin. The last three fixtures between the sides have finished 1-1 and the outcome of a draw is likely this time.

Inter Milan v Fiorentina – Home Win
Roberto Mancini’s side have won every match in Serie A this season and look likely to follow up with another win over their Florence based opponents, who are also going well, having only lost once.

West Brom v Everton – Away Win
It was a great performance from Tony Pulis’ side to beat Aston Villa last time out and they can make life difficult for the Toffees next time out, who have lost just once this season in all competitions. Roberto Martinez’s men though, may just have too much firepower for the West Midlands side, especially if Romelu Lukaku is on form.



Lee Gormley

Lee joined the Coral team in 2014 after studying at Leeds Trinity University, having moved across the water from Ireland, and has plenty of industry experience from his time with various news outlets in both England and Northern Ireland. After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Sports Journalism, he has since become an important member of the talented sports desk, passionately covering boxing, football and snooker, among many other sports. Lee is also a massive Manchester United and Republic of Ireland fan, but curbs any bias during his work, and outside of his job can be found regularly taking part in sport himself, such as boxing, GAA and football.