Black Friday new customer offer: 50/1 on Man City to beat Saints
Matt Haynes | November 26, 2015
Unfortunately, this offer is now closed, but you can still get bet £5, get £20.
This offer went live at 08:00 UK time on Friday, November 27th and should this bet fail to come off, customers will receive £20 in free bets. However, this is only available to the first 1,000 customers, so hurry!
Impressive City record against Saints
Manchester City have won their last three matches against Southampton and are heavily odds-on in the regular match betting at 8/15 with Coral to beat them this time round. In those matches, City have conceded just once, scoring a total of nine goals, averaging out to three per match.
With the club’s firepower, they should have more than enough to see off the south coast club with awesome Argentine attacker Sergio Aguero having struck last time out against Liverpool, while the 27-year-old also scored in the club’s 2-0 home win against Ronald Koeman’s side last season. Short odds of 3/1 on him being first scorer, say it all.
Assist machine Kevin De Bruyne seems to have wasted little time striking up a effective on-field relationships since his blockbuster summer switch, with Aguero being an immediate beneficiary of his presence in the side. Yaya Toure, who has looked back to his best this term, also found the net against Saints last season and is likely to be another who will be in the mood for this clash. The Ivorian attacking midfielder is 7/1 to break the deadlock again or 2/1 to strike in the anytime market.
Sensational Sterling’s super Saints scoring streak
Perhaps a secret weapon for Pellegrini’s side could exist in the form of summer signing Raheem Sterling, who dispatched both home and away for Liverpool against Southampton last season. He has also started this campaign brilliantly and narrow odds of 5/4 in the anytime market could be an indicator of what a big threat he boasts.
So, what better way to kick-off you weekend with a £1 bet on Manchester City to beat Southampton as a full programme of Premier League action returns?!
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