In-form frontmen Benteke and Pelle star in sublime 6/1 scorer special

Coral are offering customers a sensational scorer double to enjoy during another round of potentially thrilling Premier League fixtures, with the battles for top-flight safety and European places reaching a crucial stage.

Back prolific pair Christian Benteke and Graziano Pelle both to score anytime at 6/1 in their upcoming top tier outings, with both superb forwards having rediscovered the ferocious form that has previously struck fear into Premier League defenders.

Aston Villa’s amazing attacker Benteke is close to firing his West Midlands side to survival this season, with the club having previously looked likely of dropping down divisions.

The arrival of new Villa Park boss Tim Sherwood has seen Belgium international frontman Benteke revive his clinical eye for goal and has incredibly slotted home 10 times this calendar year, despite having struck only three before January.

Brilliant Benteke’s goals are proving vital to the Villans and without him would surely be set for an imminent relegation. The superb sharpshooter will be confident of adding to his season tally of 13 when Villa face Everton, having previously netted a delightful double at Goodison Park his deadly career.

The Toffees have struggled massively this year on their travels and ruthless frontman Benteke is sure to capitalise on the oppositions’ recent defensive troubles, having conceded seven times in their previous five league matches.

Elsewhere, rejuvenated Saints poacher Pelle has notched up four goals in his last five outings for club and country, including a dazzling double over Tottenham in his last Premier League appearance. The in-form Italy international also struck against England in a recent friendly encounter at the Juventus Stadium, and will hope to add to his terrific tally against a severely stuttering Sunderland outfit.

Southampton’s sensational star forward Pelle has already bagged a brace against the relegation threatened Black Cats this term and should be a constant threat again at the Stadium of Light.