Coral new customer offer: Chelsea 6/1 to beat Newcastle United
Following the midweek Capital One Cup break, Premier League football action returns, and to celebrate Coral are offering new customers sensational 6/1 odds for title champions Chelsea to beat out-of-form Newcastle United.
Simply sign and register for an online account with us, staking a maximum of £5 on this super introductory offer, and there’s a potential £30 pure profit, plus your money back, ready to be paid out to you in cash! This offer is live now until kick-off on Saturday at 17:30, so be quick and make sure you don’t miss out.
If, by some chance, Chelsea somehow fail to beat Newcastle, then don’t worry as you will receive a £20 FREE bet to use online.
Still not convinced about this offer? Then read on to find out more reasons just why this is too good not to grab.
Jose Mourinho’s Blues travel to St James’ Park, with the hosts in dire form this season. The Magpies are without a win from their first six top-flight fixtures, and were recently knocked out to Championship club Sheffield Wednesday in the Capital One Cup at home.
It is no surprise, therefore, that Chelsea are the 8/13 odds-on favourites to take all three points in the normal market, which is why this offer is all the more outrageous.
The Blues won their last meeting with the Toon 2-0 last season, and have beaten them to nil in each of the past four campaigns.
They also happen to be on a run of three straight victories in all competitions, in the Champions League, Premier League and Capital One Cup, and in the latter they triumphed away from home 4-1.
The Brazilian and Spanish players have impressed most this campaign for Chelsea in terms of goals it seems, with the likes of forwards Pedro, Oscar and exciting youngster Kenedy getting on the scoresheet in recent games. They are respective 7/4, 2/1 and 9/4 shouts to find the net again anytime.
So, sign up with Coral and back this awesome introductory offer to reap the rich rewards of 6/1 on Chelsea to topple Newcastle. It would be foolish not to!