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New customers get boosted price on Suarez scoring in PL title decider

| 12.04.2014

New Coral customers can get enhanced odds of 4/1 on Luis Suarez scoring anytime in Liverpool’s match with Manchester City – a game which may decide the destiny of the Premier League title.

There is a maximum stake of £10 on this market, but sign up now and make an easy £50. Here are some reasons why this is such a fantastic bet.

Uruguay striker Suarez is the Premier League’s leading marksman with 29, and has formed a prolific partnership with Daniel Sturridge in the Anfield attack. Their swashbuckling exploits in front of goal have resulted in them being billed as a present day SAS – evoking memories of Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton, who fired Blackburn Rovers to the top-flight title in 1995.

Suarez has averaged better than a goal per game this term, and netted on City’s last visit to the Red half of Merseyside. Of his 29 Premier League strikes, 17 (59 per cent) have flown in at Anfield.

With Steven Gerrard leading the assists table, the energetic legs of fellow midfielder Jordan Henderson, and winger Raheem Sterling and his strike partner Sturridge to find him, Suarez will not be short of supply. Exiting customers can only get 5/4 on him scoring anytime, so new punters are really onto a winner with the massively enhanced odds.

Lining up against him in City colours will be former Argentina international Martin Demichelis, who has been heavily criticised since coming to England. He may be a favourite of Manuel Pellegrini’s after playing under the Chilean at Malaga, but is chronically lacking in pace.

Demichelis has let City down in big matches – most recently in their exit to Barcelona in the Champions League last 16 over two legs, when he conceded a penalty and was sent off. Suarez is virtually guaranteed to get some change of out these ageing legs.

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Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.