We’re starting to get to the ‘business end’ of the Premier League season and this weekend sees another packed fixture list, full of important games. With Manchester City losing for the first time last week, there is renewed hope in the title race while at the wrong end of the table, the relegation battle is getting tougher.
It’s another big weekend for the betting community too and Coral have produced one of their huge, new customer acca boosts to sit alongside it. Massive enhanced odds of 70/1 are on the table for a four-fold involving Chelsea, Leicester City, West Ham United and Manchester City so let’s see who they are facing and how this offer works.
All of these games are taking place this Saturday and we start with the lunchtime kick off as Chelsea travel to Brighton. Chelsea’s own title hopes took another dent last weekend in a disappointing 0-0 scoreline with Leicester and Antonio Conte’s men have now drawn four games in a row in all competitions.
That’s not ideal ahead of this fixture but with the greater quality in their squad, Chelsea are red hot favourites across the sportsbooks with a best price of 1/2 available via Betway and Stan James.
Next we have the 3pm kick offs starting with Leicester City who host Watford at the King Power Stadium. The Foxes will take heart from that result at Stamford Bridge and they now face a Watford side who have taken just one point from a possible nine in their last three games. Claude Puel’s Leicester are favourites at best odds of 89/100 with MarathonBet to win that one.
West Ham are also at home as they host Bournemouth at the London Stadium and while they edged past lowly Shrewsbury in the FA Cup on Tuesday night, there has been something of a transformation under David Moyes. The Hammers are unbeaten in their last four games in all competitions and while they are odds against for this one, they are favourites to beat Bournemouth at a top price of 29/25 with MarathonBet.
We move now to the Saturday evening kick off where Manchester City play Newcastle United at the Etihad. City lost their first domestic game of the season at Liverpool last time out but as they have been rampant for much of the campaign, they have the shortest best price of all – 1/7 with 188Bet.
If you like the sound of that Acca, combining those four teams, then here are the next steps.
This is exclusively for new customers to Coral so if you don’t already hold an account you can head across to the home page and complete a very quick and easy sign up process. This will only take up around two minutes of your time and you’ll quickly be confirmed as a new customer.
From here, it’s over to the cashier to make the first deposit. The important things to remember here are that certain eWallets are excluded so do not use Skrill, Neteller or PaySafe as these will render the offer null and void.
We suggest that a debit or credit card is used, noting that the minimum deposit required is £5.00. Money should clear straight away and then it’s time to make the bet.
Staking and Payout Terms
The money will appear in your account and then it is time to stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on this enhanced multiple of Chelsea, Leicester City, West Ham United and Manchester City all to win on Saturday January 20, 2018. If that comes in and all teams take the three points, payment works as follows.
A first payment arrives as cash shortly after the last game concludes. This will be based on Coral’s standard market price at the time of kick off while the remainder, up to that price boosted figure of 70/1, comes back as free bet token within 24 hours.
These tokens have a short shelf life of 4 days and, if the acca doesn’t land and one team or more fails to win, you will receive a free bet token worth £5.00 with that same 4 day limit.
With four teams involved there is plenty of scope for dropped points but Coral have gone for the favourites in each case and all four make strong cases for the win.
It’s a punt of course but that’s why we’re all here and it’s also reflected in those excellent odds of 70/1 for new Coral customers this Saturday.