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New Coral customer offer: 4/1 Arsenal & Chelsea both win!

Coral are back with another outstanding offer, exclusively for new customers, featuring Arsenal and Chelsea both a fantastic 4/1 to win with a maximum stake of £10.

Arsenal host Hull City, who they swept aside in last season’s FA Cup final. Odds-on at 2/5 in an individual bet, this offer represents fantastic value, especially as the Gunners have won on the last two occasions they have played Steve Bruce’s men at home, with a margin of five goals.

With the likes of new signings Danny Welbeck and Alexis Sanchez both beginning to find form, as well as Theo Walcott set for a return, Arsenal will have plenty of pace out wide and through the middle to worry the Tigers. With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also impressing in international duty, Arsene Wenger has more of an adequate replacement for the injured Aaron Ramsey, while Jack Wilshere is maturing in a holding role.

Arsenal’s array of attacking options don’t end there. Lukas Podolski, Santi Cazorla, Joel Campbell, and even Yaya Sanogo could be called upon to chip away at Steve Bruce’s side.

Chelsea travel to Crystal Palace, with Jose Mourinho’s men showing they are clearly in the mood to wreak havoc this season. The Blues have won five out of the last six games against the Eagles and, with an in-form Diego Costa, as well as Cesc Fabregas pulling the strings, and Belgian Eden Hazard offering pace in behind the Palace rearguard, the west Londoners have plenty of options.

Palace boss Neil Warnock reckons that Mourinho is the closest to Brian Clough and that the Blues can emulate Arsenal’s team of ‘Invincibles’ and go unbeaten this season, with Coral offering odds of 20/1 for that to happen.

Speaking before the match, Warnock said: “He (Mourinho) is a good manager, he’s a players’ manager. I’m sure he’s said a few things over the last 12 months that he might have regretted later but that’s the way it is,”

“It’s an emotional game, you can’t have it all ways. He’s the nearest thing to Cloughie, really. Tactically, when it comes to the tough games, he’s spot on.”