Deadly duo Hazard and Kane star in 11/2 sublime scorer special
Coral are offering customers another sensational scorer special to enjoy during a round of enthralling Premier League fixtures.
Back prolific pair Eden Hazard and Harry Kane both to score anytime at 11/2 and reap the rewards of this delightful double during a well-earned bank holiday weekend.
Recently crowned PFA Player of the Year Hazard has been sublime this current campaign, guiding Chelsea to an imminent domestic league crown, and the wicked wideman will be aiming to fire his side to glory against Crystal Palace.
Three points over the Eagles will be enough to clinch a first league triumph for the Blues since 2010 and Jose Mourinho will hope his star man Hazard can continue a rampant run of form in front of goal.
The brilliant Belgium international forward has struck an incredible 19 times in all competitions for club and country this current campaign on his way to being crowned the top flight’s best player of the season.
Alan Pardew’s men have the second worst defensive record in the Premier League’s top 13 teams, having leaked 47 strikes, and Hazard will be sure to capitalise on such a stuttering backline, with Chelsea currently only behind Manchester City for goals scored.
Hazard’s most recent effort came against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge in a 1-0 victory over Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils, and it would be a fitting finale for the Belgian star to help secure a league title triumph with yet another strike.
Elsewhere, another award winner Kane, who picked up the PFA Young Player of Year for his great goalscoring exploits this term, will help Tottenham try to topple Manuel Pellegrini’s Sky Blues.
The recently capped England international has netted an emphatic 30 goals in all competitions, including a 90th minute strike against Newcastle United at St James’ Park earlier in previous weeks.
City have struggled in recent weeks and are in danger of being on the end of another prolific performance form Spurs’ ferocious frontman at White Hart Lane.