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Five magnificent midweek Premier League bets: Back Kane and Hazard

It’s another manic midweek full of terrific top-flight action, and Coral are offering customers plenty of brilliant bets to help ease you towards the weekend!

Here are some of the most mouth-watering odds for you to reap the rewards of.

Harry Kane to score anytime against Liverpool in enhanced 9/4 special
Superb Spurs striker Kane has been phenomenal this term, firing a delightful double against both Chelsea and Arsenal this year. The 21-year-old sensation is 9/4 to continue his rampant run by netting anytime against Liverpool, with a maximum stake of £20.

Manchester United to beat Burnley and both teams to score at 9/4
Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils are finding it hard to keep clean sheets this year, despite David De Gea’s best efforts, after keeping just one in their last five league games at Old Trafford. However, United are racking up the goals at home, having netted 11 times in five league outings, and are 9/4 to win and both teams to score.

Crystal Palace to topple Newcastle United at 11/8
Alan Pardew will face his former employers Newcastle for the first time since taking over at Selhurst Park, and the confident coach will be aiming for some personal redemption when the sides meet. The former Magpies manager has enjoyed a successful reign at his new club, securing five victories from their previous six games in all competitions and is 11/8 to guide the Eagles to a win.

Manchester City to win to nil against Stoke City at 19/10
This fixture has always produced a narrow result, with both teams not scoring in the clash since September 2012. Manuel Pellegrini’s men are pushing hard to catch league leaders Chelsea, and Stoke could become the victims of a fierce backlash with City having slipped up against Steve Bruce’s Hull City last time out.

Eden Hazard to score anytime against Everton at 5/4
The Blues’ brilliant Belgian has been sensational this term, netting 13 times to help Chelsea claim top spot in the Premier League table. Following an early strike against Aston Villa last time out, Hazard will hope to add to his season tally against a struggling Everton outfit who were thrashed 6-3 in the two side’s previous meeting.

Roberto Martinez’s Toffees have won just once in 10 games and have leaked 11 goals in their last six Premier League away fixtures, with Jose Mourinho’s menacing attacker available at 5/4 to net anytime.