Latest Coral Football Jackpot increased to over £120k
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | April 20, 2016
Coral’s football jackpot returns for another week, giving punters the chance to now win over £120K, 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, FA Cup, Championship, League One, League Two, La Liga, and Serie A, 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 Southampton – Away win
Although it has been expected for a while, Villa’s relegation was confirmed last week after suffering a ninth straight loss. Maybe now they can play better with the pressure off, but the Europe-chasing Saints should be able to see them off.
Bournemouth v Chelsea – Draw
Both sides have dropped form of late, although with Bournemouth perhaps showing a bit more fight a draw looks to be on the cards here at Dean Court.
Liverpool v Newcastle – Draw
These two teams always seem to battle out eye-catching encounters when they lock horns, and the occasion is certainly a big one with Liverpool aiming for Europe qualification and Newcastle fighting for their lives to avoid relegation.
Charlton v Brighton – Away win
With Charlton’s drop to League One now confirmed and Brighton still firmly in the race for automatic promotion after smashing QPR for four, back the visitors to run riot once more.
Middlesbrough v Ipswich – Home win
Table-toppers Boro are in terrific form, while Ipswich have just one victory in their last nine to all-but end their play-offs hopes. The hosts should be able to win yet again.
Sheff Utd v Barnsley – Draw
A Yorkshire derby is always an intriguing affair, and this clash is all the more important with both teams still in with a shout of making the play-offs. It’s too difficult to split the Blades and Tykes, so a share of the spoils is on the cards.
Bristol Rovers v Exeter – Home win
Again, both clubs have something to fight for, with Rovers just a point behind the automatic promotion places and Exeter needing wins in each of their final three fixtures to reach the play-offs. The hosts should be able to effectively end the Grecians’ season, though.
Inter Milan v Udinese – Home win
Champions League-chasers Inter host relegation-threatened Udinese, and there should only be one outcome in this Serie A showdown – a win for the San Siro outfit.
Man City v Stoke – Home win
Stoke’s form has dramatically dipped, after they edged near to the European places in recent months, having conceded eight goals in their last two games against Liverpool and Tottenham. Manchester City must win to avoid being overtaken by rivals United before the end of the season, and should be able to do so.
Sunderland v Arsenal – Draw
Like Man City, Arsenal are in danger of being leapfrogged by the Red Devils if they have any more slip-ups, though face a tricky test against Sunderland, who will no doubt fight for their lives to avoid the drop.
Crystal Palace v Watford – Draw
Both Palace and Watford have defied Premier League form to reach the FA Cup semi-finals, and this tie has the potential to go all the way. So, back a draw after 90 minutes.
Leicester v Swansea – Home win
Foxes fans will be feeling nervous after drawing last time out and losing Jamie Vardy through suspension, but Leicester should have enough to edge past the Swans.
Villarreal v Real Sociedad – Draw
The Yellow Submarine may be in fourth place, but can afford to have their minds on other things with a six-point gap over fifth-placed Athletic Bilbao and a Europa League semi-final coming up. A draw is on the cads here.
Fiorentina v Juventus – Away win
Juve are stampeding past everyone in Italy of late, and don’t look as though their charge will stop anytime soon when they come up against Viola, who have one win in seven.
Tottenham v West Brom – Home win
Spurs really have been spurred on by Leicester’s recent slip, and smashed Stoke 4-0 away last time out. They can take three points off the Baggies too.