This weekend, the English Premier League heads into the last round of matches prior to the Christmas break and as always, we have important ties in store at both ends of the table. The relegation battle is hotting up while the title is starting to look like a straight fight between Liverpool and Manchester City.
To mark the latest round of fixtures, Coral have produced another generous new customer offer with an enhanced 70/1 four-fold on the table. This week, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are the sides that need to win so we’ll move straight on and take a look at their respective opponents.
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Arsenal v Burnley
Arsenal’s long unbeaten run came to an end at Southampton on Sunday but with home advantage against Burnley, the Gunners are expected to get back to winning ways. This is the Saturday lunchtime kick off and the early ante post markets have best industry odds of 1/4 with Black Type on an Arsenal win.
Chelsea v Leicester
Chelsea take on Leicester in a traditional, 3pm kick off this Saturday and, with an impressive home record behind them, Maurizio Sarri’s men are available at a top price of 10/29 with 188Bet to take all three points.
Manchester City v Crystal Palace
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have conceded top spot to Liverpool and will therefore be determined to keep the pressure on the Reds. City have a strong home record and are hot favourites at a best of 2/13 with SportingBet to defeat Crystal Palace in another 3pm kick off.
Cardiff City v Manchester United
Saturday’s enhanced four-fold concludes with the evening kick off which gets underway at 5.30 pm. Manchester United are the only one of our four teams making an away trip but against Cardiff, Jose Mourinho’s men lead the market at best odds of 4/6 with BetBright.
Those are the four games and in the open markets, Coral put a figure of around 2/1 on the acca so, there is the potential for clear value from this 70/1 deal. If you want to look at it in closer detail, here’s how things work.
As we mentioned, this offer is an exclusive for new customers to Coral so the first step is to complete registration. You can kick this off by heading over from the link and on the other side, there is a simple sign up form. Fill in the required information, send back across a secure server and you should be confirmed and welcomed as a new account holder in just a few minutes.
From here, we need some funds to cover the bet and you should therefore be taken to the cashier where there are some important points to remember. Firstly, the minimum deposit is set here at £5.00 and we suggest that you use a debit or credit card to carry this out as the majority of eWallets, including Skrill, Neteller and PaySafeCard are specifically excluded under terms and conditions.
Take care of those easy preliminaries and your funds should clear straight away, leaving you ready to move on.
Betting and Payment
With money at your disposal, stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on this opening bet of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all to win when they play their respective Premier League fixtures on Saturday December 22, 2019. Note the kick off times and if, at the end of the day, all four sides have won, payment will come back to you in a two-stage process as follows:
An initial payment will be sent as cash, based on Coral’s market price for the straight line multi. This will be issued when the final game comes to an end while the remainder, up to the enhanced odds figure of 70/1, follows on as a series of free bet tokens within 24 hours.
Remember to look out for those tokens as they must be used in full inside the 4 day expiry limit and while that completes a full run-down of main terms, you can check all ts and cs on the Coral offers page if you prefer.
Form is strong in each case – with the possible exception of Manchester United – but all of the teams are odds on in the open markets. Four selections increases your exposure but there are four highly rated teams here who are strong prospects to take three points.
If you’re happy to get behind the four-fold and qualify as a new customer, the 70/1 odds in question are unlikely to be beaten.