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New Coral punters take 2/1 on yellow card in Tyne-Wear derby

| 25.10.2015

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | October 25, 2015

Do not adjust your tablet, mobile device or PC; Coral are offering new customers a crazy sign up offer this Sunday of 2/1 for a yellow card to be shown during the Tyne-Wear derby between Sunderland and Newcastle United at the Stadium of Light!

Sign up and register for an online account with us, staking £10 on this tasty bet and when the referee books a player on derby day you will receive £20 winnings paid out in cash!

This sensational derby day offer is only available for a limited time on the matchday, October 25th, from 08:00 GMT through until kick-off at midday. Check out our other and previous promotions.

Punters profit from lack of derby discipline

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In the last seven meetings between the Black Cats and Magpies, 40 yellow cards have been issued. All punters need is for just one caution to be brandished and you’ll receive a £30 return on that tenner investment.

It took less than two minutes in last term’s reverse fixture for Sunderland centre back Sebastian Coates to be booked, and that’s all is needed again here to have £20 winnings winging their way to you.

Should the ref keep his cards in his pocket, then all losing stakes will be compensated by £20 in free bets that you can use across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms.

Allardyce’s Sunderland will be strong in tackle

Whether deserved or otherwise, new Black Cats boss Sam Allardyce has a reputation for a rugged and direct playing style. His Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers teams got up at the opposition, so punters should expect nothing less of the Mackems on derby day here.

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Primary candidates for a yellow card in Sunderland ranks are midfield shield Lee Cattermole, whose poor disciplinary record is well-known; the aforementioned Uruguay international Coates after being booked four times this term already and forward Fabio Borini – cautioned three times since signing permanently.

Big Sam isn’t the only one facing his former club here either, as Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback came through the Academy of Light before his controversial switch across the Northeast divide in the summer of 2014. With four yellows to his name already, he join fellow Toon engine room operator Cheick Tiote as a candidate to be carded.


Check out our Newcastle archives, Sunderland stories and Premier League section.



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.