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New Coral customers can choose enhanced Easter offer on Premier League

| 04.04.2015

To celebrate the Easter weekend and a return to Premier League football following the international break, Coral can offer new customers massively enhanced odds on a choice of bets.

Sign up, registering for an online account with us, and stake £5 on one of the following outcomes. Even if your selection loses, we will refund you with a £20 free bet.

Arsenal v Liverpool – Choose an outcome
We’re offering enhanced odds in all three possible permutations in the outright match betting. An Arsenal win is boosted to 6/1 (from 5/6), meaning there’s £30 profit on this outcome when you bet a fiver. The last two meetings at the Emirates have gone the Gunners’ way, so this must be considered, especially as Spain star Santi Cazorla has a creditable scoring record in this fixture.

New punters may fancy a draw, however, as that was the result when Arsenal were at Anfield for the reverse fixture back in December. A share of the spoils is 11/1 (enhanced from 11/4), meaning betting £5 returns £60.

If you fancy an away win for Liverpool, this option is more than trebled from regular betting (3/1) to 10/1, meaning there’s £50 profit from a fiver. England attacker Raheem Sterling has hurt the Gunners before, and will want to silence his critics after putting contract talks on hold with Brendan Rodgers’ Reds.

Manchester United and Chelsea both win at 7/1
An outright alternative to betting on Arsenal v Liverpool is to take this enhanced double on Premier League leaders Chelsea and Manchester United. Your £5 stake here will return as £40, meaning £35 profit is riding on these heavyweights of English football.

Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils take on Aston Villa at Old Trafford, where they have handsomely beaten the West Midlands outfit in the last four seasons. United captain Wayne Rooney has bagged braces in three of those home wins, so Tim Sherwood should be worried.

Jose Mourinho’s men, meanwhile, host Stoke City and the Blues have beaten the Potters to nil in each of the last seven head-to-heads at Stamford Bridge across all competitions. Chelsea captain John Terry has been a scourge of Stoke in the past, and there are a plethora of other stars in his side that have scored against them too.



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.