Home  »    »  New Coral customers get sumptuous 6/1 on Man Utd scoring v Stoke

New Coral customers get sumptuous 6/1 on Man Utd scoring v Stoke

| 29.11.2014

Fancy a flutter on the midweek Premier League action, but new to betting? Coral have the perfect introductory offer for you.

If you sign up now, we will reward new customers special odds of 6/1 on Manchester United scoring against Stoke City. There is a maximum bet of £5, and all Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils have to do to make you £30 pure profit, plus your stake back, is find the net.

As if this crazy Coral offer isn’t tasty enough, all signs point to the Manchester giants grabbing at least one goal against the Potters. Read on to discover specific reasons why you should become punters with this brilliant bookmaker without delay!

United have indeed scored in all of their dozen Premier League meetings with Stoke. Following their win over Hull City, the Old Trafford team are now on a run where they have netted in nine of their last 10 matches.

Van Gaal has at his disposal an array of attacking talent. Fellow Dutchman Robin van Persie is definitely the horse for this particular course, with four goals in as many Red Devils outings against Stoke.

In those encounters. which came over the course of the last two seasons, United club captain Wayne Rooney struck three times. Put up against former Red Devils defenders Ryan Shawcross and Marc Wilson, the visitors have come out on top before and therefore should do so again.

Mark Hughes’ men are simply not keeping clean sheets lately, none in fact since September and they have conceded 14 goals in eight games thereafter. That is almost two per game seeping through a porous Potters defence.

Both RVP and Rooney netted in the comprehensive victory against the Tigers last time out and, given their previous performances against Stoke, this special sign up offer will see new punters come quids in.

So, there you have it. Become Coral customers now, and turn a fiver into £35!



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.