New customer offer: Tottenham and Liverpool an excellent 8/1 double to win
Robbie Purves | May 6, 2016
Take advantage of Coral’s amazing new customer offer of an 8/1 price boost on Tottenham and Liverpool both to win in the Premier League this weekend.
Simply sign up to a mobile, online or Coral Connect account with us (though only open to the latter if you register after Saturday’s games), then place a €/£5 stake on the two teams to win, and be paid an awesome €/£40 in free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if both sides triumph. This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 5/4, so be sure to snap it up quickly while you can!
Coral’s delightful deal gets even better as, if this wager does not come off, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our digital platforms.
This is just one of many new punter promotions that we regularly run, so check our other excellent sign-up incentives.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 08:00 BST on Friday, May 6th until the 13:30 kick-off time for the Spurs v Southampton clash on Sunday, May 8th.
Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as Mauricio Pochettino’s men look to sink Saints, while Liverpool attempt to build momentum for next season’s Premier League campaign by beating Watford. So, read on to find out why this duo make such a delectable double…
Spurs continue impressive win record
Spurs are unbeaten in their last eight games and the club boasts a superb record against Southampton. The St Mary’s side have failed to win against Tottenham since 2005 and have only registered one draw against the north London outfit in that time.
The Premier League’s current top marksman Harry Kane has scored 25 this term and netted in his last appearance against Southampton back in December, meaning the south coast club will be up against it.
Liverpool looking for victory
Meanwhile, Liverpool host Watford, a team comfortably safe from relegation with little to play for. The Hornets have only clocked-up one win against the Merseyside men since 2000, losing on every other occasion.
Daniel Sturridge scored two in his only appearance against the Hornets, and will look to impress boss Jurgen Klopp as the forward’s future at Anfield reportedly hangs in the balance.