Bet of the day: Man Utd to beat Chelsea and both teams to score


Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | February 7, 2016

Coral’s bet of the day

  • Red Devils back in form as they bid for top four
  • Chelsea have won just two of last seven in PL
  • Both teams have netted in 12 of last 18 meetings

Man Utd win and both teams score at 17/2

Chelsea host fellow fallen giants Manchester United in the Premier League clash of the weekend on Sunday, which is live on Sky Sports 1 at 16:00 GMT, and we have picked out our bet of the day from that match.

Terrifically enhanced odds of 17/2 are available to loyal customers in Coral’s matchday special for the Red Devils to claim an away win and both teams score, with a maximum stake of £20 (7/1 in the normal market).

Read on to find out why this offer is too good not to back…

Red Devils back in form

Chelsea and Man Utd have both scored in 12 of their last 18 meetings in competitions, including four of their previous five in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge.

The duo drew 0-0 in the reverse fixture this season on December 28th, but they’ve both improved – particularly the Red Devils who have won three of five matches in the league since.

In fact, the Northwest outfit have looked a completely different team in the last two games, against Derby County in the FA Cup fourth round and then Stoke City in the top flight, playing with far more freedom and confidence. They also got three goals apiece in those matches.

United stars have rediscovered ability

Captain Wayne Rooney has especially looked revitalised, scoring seven in his last seven games, while the likes of Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard have chipped in with strikes too.

The Blues, on the other hand, despite staying undefeated have only claimed two victories in the league, and look to have given up on their aims to somehow finish in the top four, being 16 points behind and 11 off United.

So, what are you waiting for punters? Back Man Utd to beat Chelsea and both teams score at a sensationally enhanced 17/2 price in order to reap rewards.


Read our Premier League archive, as well as our previous bets of the day.

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