Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal and Everton in incredible 11/2 acca
Coral return with another Premier League midweek special, so make the most of these excellent enhanced odds.
Fantastic four Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Everton are available at 11/2 all to win their upcoming fixtures in this exciting acca.
Chelsea v Tottenham
Jose Mourinho’s side have been almost unstoppable this season, rocketing to the summit of the table after a deadly start which has seen them stay unbeaten this far.
The Blues are 2/5 odds-on favourites to see off the threat of Spurs at Stamford Bridge and are 13/8 to bag three or more goals against their fellow Londoners.
Last season, Chelsea crushed Spurs 4-0 at Stamford Bridge, with Eden Hazard netting from the penalty spot. The brilliant Belgian is 5/1 to dispatch the first goal for the Blues.
Sunderland v Manchester City
The champions climbed their way up to second in the table, and only six points off Chelsea, with a solid 3-0 victory over high-flying Southampton last time out.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men are comfortable odds-on favourites at 1/2 to topple the Black Cats when they visit the Stadium of Light.
Sergio Aguero (5/2 first goalscorer) has showed sublime precision in front of goal, blasting his way to the top of the goal scoring charts with 12 great goals.
Arsenal v Southampton
Danny Welbeck’s sixth Arsenal strike helped the Gunners creep past West Brom with a 1-0 victory in their previous game.
Arsene Wenger’s side are 4/5 odds-on favourites to grab another three points at the Emirates in midweek, and wonderful Welbeck is available at 5/1 to get among the goals again with a brace, having netted the only goal against the Baggies.
Having previously won four games on the bounce, the Saints are now without a victory in two games, scoring only once in the double of defeats. Arsenal are available at 21/10 to win to nil over the Saints.
Everton v Hull City
The Toffees were on a great run of form before the 2-1 defeat at the hands of Tottenham last time out; Roberto Martinez’s men had previously gone five games unbeaten.
It’s a great time to face Hull City, Steve Bruce’s team are in awful form and are without a win in six domestic league games, having let three in without reply at Old Trafford in their previous outing.
Hull are leaking goals at the back, having conceded 13 in the last 11 matches, and the home side are 6/1 to notch four or more against the vulnerable Tigers.