After a brief break for knockout competitions, the Premier League makes a welcome return this weekend with some important fixtures at either end of the table. The Title Race, European Places and the battle to avoid Relegation are all on the agenda this week and once again, Coral have produced a generous new customer offer on a winning four-fold.
The teams involved this week are Arsenal, Liverpool, Leicester City and Chelsea and if they all win the following fixtures, a huge 70/1 enhanced odds* sum will land.
*18+ Eligible UK+IRE players. Min deposit £5. Paypal & some deposit types excl. Winning bets paid in cash at normal price. Enhanced odds paid in £5 free bets within 24 hours, valid for 4 days, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply
West Ham United v Arsenal
All games kick off this Saturday and we’ll start with the lunchtime fixture at the London Stadium. West Ham’s form has dipped following a productive December and that makes Arsenal the clear favourites here at best industry odds of 21/20.
Brighton v Liverpool
League leaders Liverpool will be aiming to bounce back following their first defeat of the season at Manchester City last time out. Jurgen Klopp’s men concede home advantage to Brighton but as the stronger side, the Reds are hot favourites at 6/19 with 10Bet.
Leicester City v Southampton
Leicester have good form in the league and are closing in on a European place at the end of the season. On Saturday, the Foxes host relegation-threatened Southampton and you can pick up Claude Puel’s men at best odds of Even Money with Black Type.
Chelsea v Newcastle United
Completing our quartet this week are Chelsea who are at home to Newcastle in this evening kick off. The Blues have maintained strong home form and can be picked up in the standard markets at a top price of 1/4 with Ladbrokes.
Coral estimate that the standard four-fold will come in at around 5/1 on Saturday so clearly there is some potential for big value under this new customer deal. If you want to look at it in closer detail, here’s how it works.
Because this offer is exclusively for new customers, the first step is to register for a new account. Head across from here and kick things off by completing a simple set of sign up forms. Send them back across a secure server and you can expect to be confirmed in just a few minutes.
Now we need some funds to cover the bet so, when you arrive at the Coral cashier, remember that the minimum deposit is set at £5.00. Please add this amount or more and note that the majority of eWallets, including PayPal, Skrill and Neteller, are specifically excluded from this offer.
We therefore suggest using either a debit or credit card to carry out this transaction and then you’re ready to move on.
Betting and Getting Paid
Funds should clear immediately and you can then stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on this opening bet of Arsenal, Liverpool, Leicester City and Chelsea all to win when they play their respective Premier League matches on Saturday January 12, 2019.
Note the kick off times and if, at the end of the day, all of those sides have claimed three points each, payment will be on its way in a two-stage process which works as follows:
In the event of a winning bet, Coral will pay an initial profit in cash as soon as the last game comes to an end. This will be calculated on their standard market price for the straight line acca which, as we have seen, is expected to be at around the 5/1 mark.
The balance, up to the enhanced odds sum of 70/1, will then follow as a series of free bet tokens within 24 hours and you will then have up to 4 days in which to use these before they expire.
We’ve given you the significant terms of this offer but you can check the ts and cs on the Coral offers page if you prefer. Essentially it’s a simple deal so it’s up to you now to decide whether to take it up.
All four teams in question are in form and are favourites with most bookies listing them as odds on chances. Clearly there is greater exposure in a multiple and it’s not a guaranteed deal but it’s a strong prospect and at odds of 70/1, the price in question is unlikely to be beaten.