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New customer offer: Man Utd a superb 7/1 to sink Southampton

| 22.01.2016

Holly Thackeray | January 21, 2016

Manchester United 7/1 to beat Southampton

If ever there was a time to sign up with Coral to enjoy excellently enhanced odds it is now, as new customers can benefit from this excellent introductory bet featuring Premier League giants Manchester United at a sensational 7/1 to defeat Southampton at Old Trafford.

All punters need to do to qualify for this cracking offer is register for one of our online, mobile online or Coral Connect accounts and place a £5 bet only on the Red Devils to defeat Saints. Should Louis van Gaal’s guys take all three points in front of fanatic home fans, you stand to reap a £35 return, with winnings paid out in cash.

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Though, should Man Utd fail to find a win and this offer lose, Coral have your back in the form of a free £5 bet to use across our digital platforms, making this an irresistible win-win wager.

Customers may want to hurry, however, as this incredible new punter offer will go live at 08:00 UK time on Friday, January 22nd and will close at 15:00 UK time on Saturday, January 23rd. Having been boosted from a normal market odds-on 5/6 price, this 7/1 for a Man Utd victory is simply too good to miss!

If you fancy this flutter, check out our other exciting offers for new customers, or read on to discover why this particular Red Devils wager is worth a dabble…

Man Utd too tough at Old Trafford

Having already encountered each other at St Mary’s, where Man Utd triumphed following a thriller in which young marksman Anthony Martial justified his hefty summer pricetag with a brilliant brace, this tussle should be much more composed.

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At Old Trafford, Premier League heavyweights Manchester United have leaked just four league goals so far, with their staunch rearguard led by potential future captain Chris Smalling currently the second most resilient in the English top-flight.

While, at the other end of the pitch, things are finally starting to click, with the Mancunians among the goals again, unbeaten in five across all competitions and buoyed by a recent win at Anfield.

Skipper Wayne Rooney has five strikes from his last four, while Martial remains menacing, especially for a Southampton side languishing 10th in the table.


Don’t forget to stop by our excellent Premier League archive for features, news and transfer rumours.



Holly Thackeray

Holly is a member of the content team, and can often be found on the sports desk writing about favourite topics Serie A and East Asian footballing nations. A recent darts convert, she is also a fully-fledged member of Barney's Army and a proud Leeds-born Manchester United fan.