New customer offer: Chelsea terrific 10/1 to beat Man Utd


Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | February 6, 2016

Fancy a hugely enhanced Premier League sign-up offer on Sunday? Then take Coral’s tantalising odds of 10/1 for Chelsea to defeat Manchester United on home turf and watch your money grow!

Simply register for an online or mobile with us, staking €/£5 bet only on the Blues earning victory at Stamford Bridge, and you will receive £50 winnings paid out in cash if Guus Hiddink’s men can topple the Red Devils. It must be noted that this offer is not available to new Coral Connect customers.

If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will receive a €/£5 free bet.

The latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 13:15 GMT on Saturday, February 6th, until the 16:00 kick-off time the following day.

Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this bet is too good not to take…

Blues on brilliant unbeaten run

Since the sacking of Jose Mourinho, Chelsea have gone on a great run, and are now undefeated in the top flight in their last eight, which has included a 1-0 away win over Arsenal.

On top of that, they have beaten United in their previous four meetings at Stamford Bridge in all competitions, which is why they are heavy 21/20 favourites to take all three points in the normal market.

The Red Devils, meanwhile, have won just three of their last 11 in the Premier League, while the Blues also held them to a draw in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford.

Chelsea individuals have certainly upped their performances after Dutchman Hiddink’s arrival, and Brazilian-born duo Diego Costa and Oscar are in great scoring form. The former got the winner against the Gunners, while the latter hit a hat-trick in the 5-1 FA Cup victory over MK Dons in the FA Cup fourth round.

So, what are you waiting for punters? Stake a fiver now and reap rewards with Coral!


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