New customer offer: Leicester and Arsenal an awesome 10/1 double
Robbie Purves | April 14, 2016
Take advantage of Coral’s amazing 10/1 price boost on Leicester City and Arsenal both to win this Sunday in the Premier League!
Simply sign up on mobile, online or through Coral Connect, placing €/£5 on Leicester and Arsenal to triumph and be paid an awesome €/£50 in free bets if both teams manage overcome their opponents.
This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 7/4, so be sure to bet while the offer is available. Coral’s delightful deal gets even better! If both teams fail to register a victory, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our digital platforms.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from: 08:00 BST on Friday, April 15th and ends at kick-off time at the King Power Stadium, 13:30 BST on Sunday, April 17th.
Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as the high-flying Foxes look to increase their lead at the top and Arsenal seek to finish strong after a disappointing season that promised so much. Both teams look set to triumph this weekend, so read on to discover why…
Table-topping Leicester to continue winning ways
The Leicester juggernaut seems to be unstoppable as Claudio Ranieri’s men seek title glory. His Foxes are unbeaten in their last 12 home matches and have only lost once in their previous 15 Premier League games.
Ranieri’s side have registered five Premier League victories on the bounce with as many clean sheets, and will look to shut out West Ham United. The Hammers are fresh off a FA Cup defeat to Manchester United, win-less in five and lost 1-2 to the Foxes earlier this term.
Arsenal excel when pressure is eased
Last time Arsenal lost to Crystal Palace, it was way back in October 1994; since then, the north London side have gone 12 clashes unbeaten and are on a six-game winning streak against the Eagles.
Alan Pardew’s players are in dire form, registering just one win in 16 games and Arsenal look set make it 17. Alexis Sanchez has two in his last two, while bright young spark Alex Iwobi continues to impress.