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New Customer Offer: Man Utd super 7/1 to beat CSKA Moscow

Matt Haynes | November 3, 2015

To celebrate the eagerly-awaited Bonfire Night, Coral have an explosive new customer offer which is Manchester United available at odds of 7/1 to beat CSKA Moscow, in a match that is sure to contain fireworks.

Simply stake £5 on the Red Devils winning their next Champions League clash to be in with an exceptional chance of winning £35 in profit. However, should this bet not come off, don’t worry! Coral will refund customers of £20 in free bets. This offer will go live at 08:00 GMT on Tuesday 3rd November until 19:45 later that day.

United undefeated in meetings

Customers can also take heart from the fact that Manchester United haven’t lost against their Russian counterparts and raced out of the blocks against them in the reverse fixture. With the match being played at Old Trafford, in front of a capacity crowd, Louis van Gaal’s side can turn really turn it on as they look to book a place in the last 16 of the competition sooner rather than later.

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They are overwhelmingly odds-on at 8/13 in the regular match market, suggesting that this match could well be goal-glut for United, who boast a plethora of attacking talent, all capable of scoring a wide variety of goals. Captain fantastic Wayne Rooney, who is likely to be leading the line, is a great shout to net first, with a fantastic 4/1 price and CSKA Moscow will need to be on their toes to deal with his inevitable threat.

Martial magic

United’s star signing of the summer was sensational last time out against the Russian outfit, scoring the opening goal on his Champions League debut for Van Gaal’s side. At 5/1 to score two or more, he will be hoping to be among the goals once more and it will be interesting to see where he is deployed. Despite starting his initial matches in a lone striker role, he has been switched to the wing in recent matches, though his boss may see fit to push him further forward again.

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