New customer offer: 10/1 wincast on Ronaldo & Real in El Clasico

Matt Haynes | November 20, 2015

Ahead of the highly anticipated ‘El Clasico’ clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona, Coral offer new customers a terrific 10/1 wincast which includes Los Blancos to win and the highly prolific Cristiano Ronaldo to score.

Register for an online or mobile account with us, staking £5 on this awesome introductory offer, and you will have your winnings paid out in cash if Ronaldo nets in a Real victory in their Bernabeu battle with Barca.

Coral are also running other offers this weekend, so why not check out our current and previous promotions?

This offer will go live at 08:00 UK time on Friday 20th November until Saturday 21st November 17:15 UK time, so let’s take a look at why this is such a brilliant bet and how you can turn a stake of £5 into £50 profit.

Ruthless Ronaldo

Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Group A - Real Madrid v Shakhtar Donetsk - Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Love him or hate him, the Portuguese prima can always be counted on to do the business. In the usual matchday market, Rafa Benitez’ side are 31/20 to win, while Ronaldo is heavily odds-on at 8/11 to dispatch in the anytime market.

Ronaldo also scored the last time these two teams played, while Real have won two of their last three meetings against the Catalan outfit and eternal La Liga title rivals. With Gareth Bale, Isco and James Rodriguez in support, there should be a plethora of opportunities created for the attacker during the match, with Barcelona having conceded in each of the last 16 fixtures between the two sides.

Los Blancos the Real deal under Benitez

Soccer - La Liga - Sevilla FC vs Real Madrid - Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium

Under Benitez this season, the capital club has been exceptional and certainly more organised. Former Manchester United striker Terry Gibson who is well respected within Spanish football circles, reckons that Benitez is the man that Los Blancos need at the helm, claiming that their start to the season, justifies this.

“It’s been backed up by them not conceding as many goals, I think they’ve defended well and been backed up by a goalkeeper who has been fantastic but they’re still have the required amount of attempts at goal,” Gibson said.

“I don’t see any concessions, say in the last game, asking Ronaldo and Bale to do more defensive work.”

“The pressure is on Rafa Benitez but he’s known that from day one, it’s not a surprise. The only surprise is how quickly the pressure has been piled onto him.”


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