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New Coral customers get fab 5/1 on Manchester United beating Hull

| 27.11.2014

Fancy Manchester United to beat Hull City in Premier League action this weekend, but new to betting? Then Coral have the perfect sign-up offer for you, with massively enhanced odds of 5/1 available to new customers when you stake a maximum of £5.

Quickly doing the maths for you, when this bet comes off (it’s not a question of if) that makes for a £30 return, £25 of which is profit. Existing punters can only get an odds-on 3/10 price on a United victory, so that illustrates the virtue of signing up now and taking this hugely boosted price!

This is a sure-fire bet on a Red Devils team that will be buoyant under Louis van Gaal, having beaten Arsenal when they were expected to get hammered. United have always defeated the Tigers in six previous Premier League encounters, scoring 18 goals, which works out at an average of three per game.

Six of those strikes have come courtesy of Red Devils captain Wayne Rooney, who once helped himself to a four-goal haul at Old Trafford. That is why he is odds-on at 8/11 in the anytime market here.

Rooney is backed up by an array of attacking talent, including record Netherlands scorer Robin van Persie, Spanish star Juan Mata and influential Argentina international Angel Di Maria. United are also on a run of back-to-back victories, which has propelled them into the top four and contrasts sharply with Hull’s horrible form.

Steve Bruce’s side have no win in five, losing three in a row now, and that results in them hovering one point above the relegation zone. Having never beaten, nor even taken a point off the Red Devils in their three previous Premier League campaigns, morale will be low on Humberside.

You can capitalise on that by signing up for this outstanding introductory offer today. Take that tasty 5/1 on United hammering Hull!



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.