Aguero and Hazard up for grabs in great value scorer double
Coral customers get ready to jump on this superb scorer special, with enhanced odds of 3/1 available if punters back Manchester City’s majestic marksman Sergio Aguero and Chelsea sensation Eden Hazard both to bag a goal anytime in their upcoming clashes.
As arguably the best players for their respective title-challenging teams, this bet is already brilliant value, with both City and the Blues set to tussles with foes they are odds-on favourites to beat. However, should customers need more convincing about the prowess of this pair, read on to find out yet more reasons to place this generously-priced weekend wager…
There looks to be no slowing Man City, who face wrestle Watford up next, and the Hornets could prove perfect cannon fodder for last season’s Premier League top scorer Aguero, who is also a 15/8 chance of finishing top of the charts this term.
The Argentine is odds-on at 1/2 to net anytime for the Sky Blues, who are unbeaten at the Etihad in seven games across all competitions. As it happens, Aguero hit a hat-trick last time the Mancunians met Watford, in the FA Cup in 2014, so the Premier League new boys will certainly not be relishing meeting the prolific poacher again. Back the 27-year-old at at 7/4 to bag two or more this time too.
Aguero struck the opening blow in City’s last home outing, and is 9/4 to do so again here, as his supporting cast of David Silva and Raheem Sterling continue to gel more and more with each game, making Manuel Pellegrini’s game 1/4 favourites to continue their 100 per cent league record.
Moving on to Hazard, the tricky Belgian is just one strike away from equalling his haul of 50 for former club Lille, but this time in Chelsea blue.
An impressive 19 goals across all competitions last season for the Stamford Bridge side was his best record for the Londoners to date, and the dazzling winger just keeps on hitting new heights.
Hazard was the only player on target last time Premier League champions Chelsea met upcoming opponents Crystal Palace, notching a vital winner. At 5/4 to put one past the Eagles anytime, the Belgium skipper will be crucial to the Blues’ chances of unlocking the Eagles’ defence.