Coral Football Jackpot has a top prize of £100k
Robbie Purves | April 13, 2016
Coral’s football jackpot returns for another week, giving punters the chance to win over £100K, simply by predicting the outcome of selected football matches.
A full list of terms and conditions, plus how to play is available here. Coral’s football experts have even put their reputations on the line with their thoughts on the battles below, which you may or may not find helpful…
Everton v Southampton – Away win
The Toffees have one of the worst home records in the league and have lost their last three at Goodison Park. Ronald Koeman’s men should have no problem against Everton and have been defeated just once in their last five games.
Man Utd v Aston Villa – Away win
Aston Villa are all but relegated and look set to be defeated at Old Trafford. Villa have lost nine of their 10 while United possess the second best home record in the division.
Newcastle v Swansea – Draw
Rafael Benitez has attempted to steady the ship at Newcastle but the team is still without a win in eight matches. Meanwhile, Swansea are unbeaten in three but have struggled on the road so expect this game to be all-square.
West Brom v Watford – Draw
Watford have lost their last two away games but are more or less safe from relegation. West Brom are also relatively safe and won’t have too much to play for. Expect the spoils to be shared by the teams in this clash.
Birmingham v Burnley – Away win
Burnley are flying in their hunt for promotion and are unbeaten in 18 matches. Birmingham, however, have one of the worst records over the last six games and are in danger of slipping into mid-table mediocrity.
Cardiff v QPR – Home win
The Welsh side have won their last two home games and sit a place off the play-offs so will see their clash with mid-table QPR as a chance to make ground on Sheffield Wednesday. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side are 11th in the Championship and have had an inconsistent season with a poor away record.
Leeds v Reading – Draw
These sides sit next to each other in the league and look set to finish level this weekend. Reading have just two wins in their last eight while Leeds are having their usual inconsistent disappointing season with the third worst home record in the division.
Sheff Wed v Ipswich – Home win
At home, Wednesday have won their last two and look set for a play-off place. Their opponents Ipswich are without a victory in their last four games and will find it difficult to match the quality the Owls possess.
Chelsea v Man City – Away win
Fresh off their Champions League triumph, Man City should come into the Chelsea clash with bags of confidence. The Citizens are undefeated in four while the Blues have lost three times in the last five games. City should see this as a chance to reinforce their position in the top four and overcome the out of form Chelsea.
Inter Milan v Napoli – Away win
Napoli trail Serie A leaders Juventus by six points and are very much in the title race; Inter meanwhile, are chasing a Champions League berth. Napoli possesses the second most potent strike force in the division, something Inter will struggle to contain.
Bournemouth v Liverpool – Away win
Liverpool have only lost once in their last ten games and look set to continue that record against the relegation-safe Cherries. Eddie Howe’s outfit have little to play for and sit comfortably mid-table, a great achievement for the newly promoted club.
Leicester v West Ham – Home win
High-flying Leicester are yet to have their wings clipped and have only been beaten once in 15 games. Claudio Ranieri’s men look unstoppable in their relentless pursuit of Premier League glory and possess the best home record in the division, losing just once. The Hammers do not have a particularly great away record and should become Foxes’ latest victim.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace – Home win
Crystal Palace are experiencing a truly awful run of form, winning just once in their last 15 league games and look set to make it 16. Arsenal are experiencing a resurgence after their annual title challenge collapse, and are unbeaten in four and likely to make it five, facing the sinking Palace.
Sampdoria v AC Milan – Away win
Milan recently sacked manager Sinisa Mihajlovic and replaced him with their former midfielder Cristian Brocchi. The Rossoneri will look to benefit from the famous ‘new manager bounce’ and climb their way up the Serie A table in which they lay sixth. Sampdoria have struggled with consistency this campaign and have lost five times at home in the league. Expect Milan to fly out the traps under the new manager and overpower the Genoa side.
Stoke v Tottenham – Away win
This really is a must win for Tottenham if they are to keep up their pursuit of league leaders Leicester. Spurs are unbeaten in their last five and have the second best away record in the league. Stoke have struggled at home of late and Tottenham look set to continue that misery this weekend.