Chelsea, Man City and Spurs star in sensational 5/1 weekend special
Coral are once again offering customers a truly exceptional special to enjoy during more Premier League action this weekend!
Back Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham all to triumph at 5/1 in their respective top-flight encounters and benefit from these incredibly enhanced odds.
All three home sides featured in this tantalising treble are massive favourites to secure yet another three points on their own patch.
Here are even more reason why you should get on this exciting special over the weekend.
Chelsea v Arsenal
Reigning top tier champions Chelsea will look to extend their incredible competitive eight-game unbeaten record over Arsenal on home soil and are 7/5 favourites to do exactly that with a victory.
Jose Mourinho also holds that superb head-to-head record with Arsene Wenger, which he will be confident of continuing, having only ever lost once to his bitter rival.
Eden Hazard was on target in last season’s 2-0 win over the Gunners at Stamford Bridge and is 2/1 to strike again anytime in his latest outing.
Manchester City v West Ham
Manuel Pellegrini’s Sky Blues are on a rampant run of form this season, having secured maximum points from their opening five league games without conceding a single goal.
The hosts are therefore massive odds-on 2/7 favourites to extend that perfect start to the campaign, against a side they have beaten 2-0 in the past two meetings at the Etihad, winning four of the last five in all competitions.
Worse news for the Hammers is that Sergio Aguero is set to return from injury and the Argentine attacker is 11/4 to open proceedings this time out.
Spurs v Crystal Palace
Mauricio Pochettino’s Londoners are the odds-on 10/11 favourites to claim three points at White Hart Lane, having lost just one of their previous four Premier League meetings.
Spurs sharpshooter Harry Kane was on target in this fixture last term and is 6/1 to bag a brace on home soil in his latest appearance after a recent goal surge for England in their Euro 2016 qualifiers.