Man City, Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool in fantastic 5/1 acca
Coral are offering customers another amazing accumulator for you to enjoy during a round of magnificent midweek Premier League fixtures!
Back Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool all to win at 5/1, and reap the rewards of this tantalising quad.
All four teams featured in this sensational special are heavy favourites to secure three points, with City aiming to close the gap on Chelsea, and the Red Devils, Gunners and Reds all vying for a top four finish this season.
Here are even more reasons to get on this brilliant acca.
Manchester City v Leicester City
Manuel Pellegrini’s reigning champions and odds-on 2/7 favourites, have not been beaten by the Foxes since November 2003, with the hosts winning their previous three encounters in all competitions.
Earlier in the current campaign, second-placed City toppled Nigel Pearson’s relegation-favourites at the King Power Stadium, with veteran midfielder Frank Lampard netting a first-half winner.
Former Chelsea star Lampard has previously hit a League Cup hat-trick against Leicester in 2007, and is 2/1 to score again anytime at the Etihad.
Newcastle United v Manchester United
The Red Devils, 21/20 favourites, have won four of the last five league clashes with Newcastle.
United have emerged victorious in this fixture every time their skipper Wayne Rooney has scored, with the England captain having netted 11 times against the Magpies during his Old Trafford career.
The in-form forward is 7/1 to bag another brace or more, having done so in the reverse fixture last year and also against Sunderland last time out.
QPR v Arsenal
The Gunners, odds-on at 4/7 to win, have been defeated just once by their London rivals since April 1995, and have won five of the last six meetings.
Last December, Arsenal overcame a hapless R’s outfit, with clinical Chilean Alexis Sanchez and midfield maestro Tomas Rosicky both netting.
Sanchez has been in sensational form this season, and is available at 5/1 to open the scoring at Loftus Road, having done so at the Emirates last year.
Liverpool v Burnley
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds, odds-on 4/11 favourites, have only lost once to Burnley since February 1983, and have won five of the previous six clashes to nil.
The Reds are unbeaten in eight league games at Anfield and toppled the Clarets already this term thanks to a Raheem Sterling strike. In-form Sterling is 10/3 to score last this time out.