New customer offer: 7/1 yellow card odds in feisty Arsenal v Chelsea London derby
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | September 23, 2016
Yellow card odds for Arsenal v Chelsea
Another derby in the Premier League means another tasty Coral new customer offer for potential punters to profit on. This time, we are offering yellow card odds to new customers for the live Saturday evening showdown.
A hugely enhanced price of 7/1 says that there will be at least one caution at the Emirates.
Simply register for an online account with us, stake a €/£5 bet only on this fixture producing a booking minimum, and you will receive a whopping €/£35 winnings paid out in free bets. Note that this offer is not available for Coral Connect customers.
If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will still receive a €/£5 free bet.
Win or lose, you can spend the free bets right across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms, and we are committed to getting your winnings to you within four days, but be quick about taking us up on this new customer offer as it is only available for a limited time. Terms and conditions apply.
This latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 08:00 BST on Friday, September 23rd until the 17:30 BST kick-off time the following day. That gives you over a day to sign up for a Coral account, but be quick before this offer disappears!
Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this yellow card enhanced odds offer is too good not to take…
Arsenal v Chelsea bound to feature multiple yellows
This fixture between two of London’s top teams always provides a feisty occasion, with yellow cards aplenty always on offer.
With the duo neck-and-neck in the Premier League on 10 points apiece too, expect the players to give it more than their all in their aim to give their side all the spoils.
Just in the last season, when the pair battled it out three times, a whopping 14 yellow cards were shown – along with three reds. While, the same number of cautions were seen in just two meetings the campaign before.