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Awsome Aguero and majestic Martial in superb 7/2 scorer special

Following Capital One Cup midweek exploits, the Premier League returns with Coral offering scintillating 7/2 odds for Sergio Aguero and Anthony Martial to score anytime.

Manchester City’s outstanding Argentine striker dispatched last time out as Manuel Pellegrini’s men thumped Sunderland 4-1 in the Capital One Cup. They take on Tottenham in the Premier League, who City did the double over last season, with Aguero scoring every goal.

At home last term, the 27-year-old found the net four times, while at White Hart Lane the scoreline was somewhat lower as Pellegrini’s men could only manage a 1-0 win.

Manchester United’s blockbuster new signing, Martial has been in a revelation since he joined the club. His brace against Southampton in Manchester United’s win last time out added to his debut strike against Liverpool and he is odds-on at 4/5 in the individual match markets.

Meanwhile, former Arsenal and England centre back Martin Keown has spoken highly of the attacker: “He’s been absolutely magnificent. They could not have hoped for any more.

“There was a huge transfer fee on his head, but it doesn’t seem to bother him. Every time he is in front of goal he seems to be at his happiest.”

“I thought they would take him off at 3-1 and they do need to manage him well. He’s only a young boy really,” said Keown, speaking about United’s 3-1 win over Southampton.

“But he looks very powerful and mature and he’s well beyond the age he played at on Sunday.”

Ian Wright added: “All of Europe, if not the entire planet, now knows who Anthony Martial is after just 80 minutes of first-team action at Manchester United.

“But only a few people know who at Old Trafford gave the okay to signing a 19-year-old for an eye-watering £36m — which could soar to £57.6m. To say the fee was a surprise is a bit if an understatement.

“But whoever sanctioned the move, he — or she — deserves some kind of medal for having the guts to back their judgement with that record-busting transfer.”