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New Customer Offer: Massive price boost on Bale to score

Frank Monkhouse | 24 March 2017

We’re giving 33/1 on the Welsh star

Punters have a gripping 90-minutes from the World Cup qualifiers ahead at the Aviva Stadium on Friday, as the Republic of Ireland host Wales. We believe big games deserve big prices, and this one goes as the latest to receive our new customer price boost.

Coral are handing out a jaw-dropping 33/1 on Welsh superstar Gareth Bale to score a goal vs Ireland. The 27-year-old Real Madrid employee was on the scoresheet against Serbia last time out, and we fancy him to do the same again this weekend.

To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Gareth Bale scores, you will receive your £/€33 winnings in free bets.

We are particularly proud of that offer on the gifted attacker, and you won’t find anything like it elsewhere. If our thinking is correct, we expect customers to be picking up that bumper pay-out long before the full-time whistle – it took Bale just 30-minutes to score for Wales last time out. That’s the perfect way to spice up your viewing, but if Bale isn’t able to find the net, we don’t want it to ruin your evening’s betting, so will give you a £/€5 free bet to use however you like. That should make up for it.

Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Wednesday 22nd March and 19:45 GMT on Friday 24th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.

Gareth Bale looked to have inspired Wales to a World Cup qualifying victory over Serbia after giving them a first-half lead but, following hitting the post late on, Aleksandar Mitrovic nodded the visitors level. This is the third successive match that Chris Coleman's Dragons have lost a lead to draw.

Grab your chance to back Bale at big odds

As well as scoring the opening goal against Serbia in Cardiff on his last start for Wales, back in November, Bale also got the first of the night against Georgia the game before, and rattled in two vs Moldova in September. Isn’t that the kind of form you want on your side at a big price?

He warmed up for this all-important clash with an impressive showing for Real Madrid in La Liga last weekend, returning from a two-match ban to shake the rust off. That run-out would’ve done him the world of good, and he came close to marking it with a goal, forcing a powerful shot on target in the first-half to trouble Athletic Bilbao’s goalkeeper Revuelta. Grab him to get back on the scoresheet here, at our enhanced price.

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