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Deadly duo Sturridge and Costa a sublime 9/2 to both strike anytime

Coral are back with another sensational scorer special for you to enjoy during a weekend of enthralling Premier League action!

Back Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge and Chelsea frontman Diego Costa both to score anytime at 9/2 and reap the rewards of this delightful double.

Rampant Reds finisher Sturridge returned from a long-term injury this year and has fired in crucial domestic league and FA Cup goals against West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Burnley since his comeback.

The England international hitman struck the winning goal in this fixture at Anfield last season, with his early fourth-minute effort securing all three points for the triumphant hosts.

Superb Sturridge also netted against United in the 2012/13 season, and he will be aiming to make it three consecutive campaigns on target when the club travel to the red half of Merseyside for the latest installment of this exciting encounter.

Liverpool’s clinical centre forward is 5/1 to open proceedings again in this clash, with the magnificent marksman keen to gain further goalscoring momentum ahead of his return to the international set-up under Roy Hodgson later this month.

Meanwhile, cunning Costa will be aiming to secure his 20th goal of the season in all competitions when Jose Mourinho’s Premier League leaders travel to the KC Stadium to face relegation threatened Hull City.

The super Spain international forward has 19 goals so far this term, and he will be confident of blasting in another in Yorkshire, having already struck against the Tigers last December.

Clinical Costa was on hand to dispatch the Blues’ second goal in that 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge, and he is available at 10/3 to bag the last strike again in his latest domestic outing against Steve Bruce’s men.

Having scored his side’s vital opener in a 1-1 draw with top four hopefuls Southampton in his previous appearance, the former Atletico Madrid marksman will be gunning to fire Chelsea towards their first top-flight title since 2010.