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Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd and Southampton feature in fab 9/2 acca

| 11.02.2015

Coral are offering customers another amazing special to keep you entertained this week!

Back Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Southampton all to win at 9/2 in their upcoming Premier League encounters.

Jose Mourinho’s league leaders host struggling Everton, champions City travel to the Britannia Stadium, Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils face relegation-threatened Burnley and high-flying Saints meet West Ham United.

Here are even more reasons why you should reap the benefits of this magnificent midweek acca, featuring four odds-on favourites.

Chelsea v Everton
Everton have not defeated Chelsea in an away fixture since November 1994, and Roberto Martinez’s men face a tough task of doing so in their latest encounter.

Mourinho’s runaway title favourites have opened up a seven-point lead at the Premier League’s summit, following just a single defeat in their last eight league clashes.

The brilliant Blues, odds-on 1/3 to win, crushed the toothless Toffees at the beginning of the season in a rampant reverse fixture, securing a sensational 6-3 victory at Goodison Park.

Branislav Ivanovic netted his side’s third in that terrific triumph and recently struck a late winner for Chelsea in their last outing against Aston Villa. The superb Serbian is available at 20/1 to bag the last goal again at Stamford Bridge.

Stoke City v Manchester City
The Potters have toppled City, odds-on 8/11 to win, on just one occasion in their previous 11 meetings in all competitions.

Manuel Pellegrini’s title chasers are in a great run of form away from the Etihad, having gone unbeaten in their last seven games on the road.

Mark Hughes’ Stoke side currently lie 16 points and eight places below the reigning Premier League champions in the table, and have the second worst defensive record of all this season’s present top 10 sides.

This will give confidence to amazing Argentine attacker Sergio Aguero, who is 11/4 to open proceedings at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United v Burnley
The Clarets have failed to overcome the Red Devils at Old Trafford since 1962, with United winning their last four home fixtures against Burnley.

Van Gaal’s top four hopefuls, odds-on 3/10 for victory, have been beaten only once in their previous 11 home outings, while relegation favourites Burnley have been awful on their travels after suffering a run of five games without a triumph away from Turf Moor.

Skipper Wayne Rooney is the only current United player to have previously scored against Burnley, having netted in a comfortable 3-0 win back in January 2010.

Record-chasing Rooney is aiming to reach goalscoring milestones at Old Trafford and is 5/4 to strike anytime against Sean Dyche’s struggling side.

Southampton v West Ham United
Ronald Koeman’s high-flying Saints, odds-on 4/6 favourites, have not been beaten by the Hammers in a home clash since November 2000, when Stuart Pearce and Trevor Sinclair were on the scoresheet.

At the start of the current campaign, in the reverse fixture, midfield maestro Morgan Schneiderlin and Graziano Pelle helped overturn an early deficit to secure a 3-1 triumph at Upton Park.

Southampton’s in-form Italian has struck 13 times this term, and is 6/1 to bag a brace or better at St Mary’s in midweek.

West Ham are in a poor run of away form, having gained three points just once in their previous seven league outings away from Upton Park.



Lee Gormley

Lee joined the Coral team in 2014 after studying at Leeds Trinity University, having moved across the water from Ireland, and has plenty of industry experience from his time with various news outlets in both England and Northern Ireland. After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Sports Journalism, he has since become an important member of the talented sports desk, passionately covering boxing, football and snooker, among many other sports. Lee is also a massive Manchester United and Republic of Ireland fan, but curbs any bias during his work, and outside of his job can be found regularly taking part in sport himself, such as boxing, GAA and football.