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New customer offer: Lump on Leeds to beat Wolves at a tasty 12/1

Matt Haynes | December 16, 2015

New Coral customers can get tantalising 12/1 odds on Leeds United to beat Wolves with a £5 bet only. This offer will go live at 08:00 UK time on Thursday 17th December until kick-off at 19:45.

Each punter who places their bet via Coral Connect will receive a £20 free stake just for putting this wager on. Whether you opt for that account, or a mobile or online one, you are entitled to a £5 bet should the outcome be unsuccessful. Whichever way you slice it, it’s a win-win.

Leeds unbeaten in two

The West Yorkshire outfit are now haven’t lost in two matches and are starting to look like a credible force under new boss Steve Evans.

They now appear hard to beat and seem like they want to play for their manager. This has been demonstrated none more so than striker Chris Wood who looks rejuvenated.

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Wolves, meanwhile, have just one win in six matches and Leeds can and will look to take full advantage on their trip to the West Midlands.

Evans ready for festive fixtures

Boss Evans has revealed that the next few weeks are massive for the club if they want to push on for promotion.

The manager is targeting a position which leaves him in a healthy situation to request funds to strengthen in January and has identified the Championship Christmas period as an ideal opportunity to maximise this possibility.

“We’re set up for a massive Christmas now,” Evans revealed. “I’ve been told by the owner, and I genuinely believe him, that if we give him a problem in January by getting to a position where we can properly look up, he’s ready to support me in every way possible.

“I have to be realistic and say that an owner’s not going to throw money at (this season) in the hope of finishing 12th rather than 15th and I’ve always got a duty to invest sensibly but the motivation above me is there if we can get on a run and get ourselves up the league.”

What better motivation than to start this than with a win against a Wolves side who have looked lacklustre in their general performances recently?

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