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New customer offer: Chelsea a super 6/1 to beat Watford

| 02.02.2016

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | February 2, 2016

Think Chelsea are a lock to win at Watford in midweek Premier League action? Then Coral have the perfect sign up offer for you.

New customers who register for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account with us get a boosted price of 6/1 on the Blues beating their hosts at Vicarage Road on Wednesday.

Punters that wager €/£5 on Chelsea to sting the Hornets will thus receive the €/£30 profit paid out in cash – should Guus Hiddink’s side win in live BT Sport action.

This latest awesome introductory offer from Coral is available for 24 hours, starting at 19:46 GMT on Tuesday, February 2nd until the 19:45 kick-off time the following day.

Read on, and you’ll discover specific reasons why backing the Blues to beat Watford is a banker bet…

Costa can cause chaos in Hornets’ nest

Brazil-born Spain striker Diego Costa bagged a brace in this season’s reverse fixture, and has rediscovered that sort of form in 2016 with four goals in six games across all competitions.

Chelsea’s star striker comes up against a Watford defence that last kept a Premier League clean sheet before Christmas.

Costa is backed up by FA Cup hat-trick hero Oscar and fellow Brazilian Willian, plus potential attacking debutant Alexandre Pato, so there is firepower aplenty at Hiddink’s disposal.

Since the reverse fixture, the Hornets have conceded eight goals in five league outings and that suggests opposition forwards have figured out how to breach Quique Sanchez Flores’ rearguard.

Watford have also failed to score in two of their last three Premier League matches, which is evidence that the goals of Odion Igahlo and Troy Deeney have dried up.

If Chelsea fail to beat them, then fear not. Coral will compensate all losing stakes with a €/£5 free bet you can use across our mobile and digital platforms.


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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.