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Bet of the day: Arsenal’s Sanchez to strike two or more against Sunderland

Holly Thackeray | April 24, 2016

Coral’s bet of the day

  • Superb Sanchez bagged a brace last time out against Albion
  • The Chile international also dispatched a double in this fixture last term
  • Arsenal’s star attacker has also been on target in all of his last four
  • Sanchez has notched two or more on four occasions this campaign

Sanchez 8/1 to score two or more (max stake £20)

Super Sunday brings a veritable feast of football and with it some fittingly sublime odds from Coral for customers to consider. The Premier League in particular is offering tempting punts aplenty, but it is Arsenal’s trip to Sunderland that has caught our eye for the latest bet of the day.

Alexis Sanchez is the star of this specially selected wager, with the in-form Chile attacker 8/1 (max stake £20) to score two or more at the Stadium of Light. Should you fancy this enhanced flutter on the electric Arsenal forward then read on to find out our reasoning for highlighting this dangerman dabble…

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Sanchez enjoys poaching in pairs

Sanchez is currently in the midst of a lethal purple patch, fresh from firing in five goals from four of his last fixtures. The South American, then, looks by far the most likely to sink relegation risks Sunderland for the Gunners.

With a taste for a brace, Sanchez has already dispatched a double or more four times this term across all competitions, and poached a perfect pair of goals last time out against West Bromwich Albion to boot.

Sparkling Sanchez also has previous against this opposition, having hit two strikes last time Arsenal arrived on Wearside with goals in both halves.

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Having also bagged five braces in his previous Emirates season, and considering the Gunners are in gung-ho form with 10 goals in their previous four games, Sanchez is sensational value at 8/1 (max stake £20) to get on the scoresheet twice or more again.

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