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Guaranteed pool of £100k in latest Coral Football Jackpot

| 06.02.2016

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | February 3, 2016

Coral’s football jackpot returns for another week, giving punters the chance to win a fantastic £100K, simply by predicting the outcome of selected football matches.

Bet a £1 minimum stake per line and correctly predict how our 15 featured fixtures, which come from the Premier League, Championship, League One, La Liga, Bundesliga and Scottish FA Cup, will end up. (Available on both desktop and mobile)

An extensive list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts provide their thoughts on these matches, which are listed below for you to read at your leisure…

Aston Villa v Norwich City – Draw

Both these sides are in woeful form, with Villa still rock bottom of the Premier League table and Norwich on a run of four straight losses, so back a draw.

Liverpool v Sunderland – Home win

The Reds have had somewhat of an inconsistent run in the top-flight this term, though are unbeaten against Sunderland in their last seven meetings and should therefore have enough to win once more.

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion – Home win

Magpies owner Mike Ashley spent big during the January window, on the likes of Jonjo Shelvey and Andros Townsend, and Newcastle are fancied to beat the Baggies, who are win-less in their last four, at home.

Stoke City v Everton – Draw

With Stoke losing three of their last five and the Toffees win-less in that time too, this has draw written all over it.

Swansea City v Crystal Palace – Draw

The Sans have picked up form in recent weeks, while Palace have lost each of their last five and are without a win seven. Another draw, though, could be on the cards.

Tottenham v Watford – Home win

Spurs are the in-form team of the Premier League, with six victories in their last eight matches, and next face Watford, who have lost four of their previous five. Back a home win for the title-chasers.

Burnley v Hull City – Draw

With Burnley and Hull third and first in the Championship respectively, and both in great form, this is likely to be a closely contested clash.

Fulham v Derby County – Away win

The Cottagers are just three points above the drop zone after a poor run in the league, so back promotion-hopefuls Derby to get back to winning ways.

Sheffield Utd v Wigan Athletic – Draw

Former Premier League sides Sheffield United and Wigan lock horns in League One, with the latter 10 points ahead. Both will be desperate for victory, but a draw looks the best outcome.

Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern Munich – Away win

Being eight points clear at the top of the Bundesliga already, Bayern look an unstoppable force again and should have no trouble beating Bayer on the road.

Sporting Gijon v Deportivo La Coruna– Draw

Although Deportivo are eight places and nine points ahead of Gijon in La Liga, they are win-less in their last six while the hosts have victories in their previous two – including against Gary Neville’s Valencia.

Hearts v Hibernian – Home win

These two clubs may be in different divisions these days, but this Edinburgh derby is always a feisty occasion. Back top-flight team Hearts to overcome their city neighbours, though.

Bournemouth v Arsenal – Draw

The Cherries will be hoping to take advantage of Arsenal’s drop in form, with the Gunners not tasting top flight victory in their last four games, so back a draw.

Chelsea v Manchester United – Draw

These two teams have had poor seasons by their standards, and battled out a dreary 0-0 draw at Old Trafford in the reverse fixture this term. Man Utd look to have now improved, but a draw still seems likely here.

Southampton v West Ham United – Home win

Saints have shot up the table in recent weeks, having won three of their last four, and can close the gap on West Ham, who are just one place above them in sixth, to two points.


Check out previous editions of the Coral Football Jackpot.



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.