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Coral’s Football Jackpot returns as a £460k rollover. To be in with your chance to win this top prize, stake a minimum of £1 per line and correctly call the outcomes of our 15 featured fixtures we have selected from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Championship, Serie A and La Liga, you could scoop mega bucks (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 for these matches, which you may want to look at for guidance:

Sunderland v Crystal Palace – Away win
The Eagles are in excellent form with three league wins on the trot, including a sensational scalp against Manchester City last time out, and will be confident of victory at the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats have beaten just four teams at home in the league this term.

Tottenham v Aston Villa – Home win
Visiting Villa may be fighting for survival, but Spurs are still scrapping for a top four spot and have not been downed by the Villans at White Hart Lane since 2008. Tottenham have already sunk the Midlands men during this campaign and should expect to do so again.

West Brom v Leicester City – Home win
The Baggies grabbed a narrow win against the Foxes earlier this season and have taken three points from all of their past four duels with the visitors. Lacklustre Leicester, meanwhile, are propping up the Premier League after tasting just five victories this term.

West Ham United v Stoke City – Draw
The Hammers have slipped down the league table of late, with just one win since January, while Stoke have suffered three defeats in a row. These two teams have already split the spoils once this season and, with both clubs off-colour, a draw could be on the cards.

Birmingham City v Wolves- Away win
Wolves have not lost since the beginning of March and have stormed the promotion play-off places, while the Blues languish in 15th spot in the Championship. This Midlands derby will surely be fierce, but in-form Wolves have netted 11 in their last four outings.

Bolton v Norwich City – Away win
The Canaries are high-flying in the league at present, having gone six matches undefeated to put them up into second, and should have enough to beat Bolton, who have won just one of their previous four, too

Leeds United v Cardiff City – Draw
Leeds suffered two recent losses, after a great run of form, but are level on points with next opponents Cardiff, so back a draw.

Burnley v Arsenal – Away win
Sean Dyche’s men managed to hold off one north London side, Spurs, to a draw in their last Premier League game, and now face another in Arsenal. The Gunners, though, are in terrific form, winning their previous seven in the top flight.

Sevilla v Barcelona – Draw
These two teams are the in-form sides of La Liga, with Barca winning their last six, and Sevilla triumphing in their previous five. A draw could be the outcome here.

Verona v Inter Milan – Away win
Inter are not the team they used be, and are currently in 10th place in Serie A. Verone, though, are down in 15th, so back the sleeping San Siro giants for victory.

QPR v Chelsea – Away win
Jose Mourinho’s Blues are rallying ahead at the summit of the Premier League table and a victory over their London rivals could all but secure a domestic crown. The hosts have only beaten Chelsea once in their last five meetings, so the visitors should comfortably see off their relegation struggling opposition.

Hibernian v Hearts – Draw
The away side have already secured the Scottish Championship title, while Hibernian are aiming to beat Rangers to second spot. With the title wrapped up and the hosts chasing valuable points, expect a close game at Easter Road Stadium.

Man Utd v Man City – Home win
Travelling City are hoping to win five consecutive Manchester derbies for the first time in their history when they travel to Old Trafford. However, Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils are on a good run of domestic form and won’t make it easy.

AC Milan v Sampdoria – Away win
The San Siro strugglers hold a dominant head-to-head record against their Serie A opposition, having been toppled just once in their previous eight encounters. Although, Sampdoria are tracking a top four place and sit seven points clear of Milan in the table.

Liverpool v Newcastle United – Home win
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds have endured a shockingly poor run in recent weeks, but Newcastle United are also in bad form. With no real ambitions for the remainder of the season within the Geordie set-up, expect Liverpool to get back on track at Anfield. 

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