Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal in sensational 6/1 special
Coral are offering an exciting enhanced special bet with the terrific Premier League trio of Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal at 6/1 all to win their respective games in a weekend of fantastic football fixtures.
The Red Devils battle with Burnley, whilst the Blues encounter Everton, and the Gunners engage in a duel with Leicester City.
Here’s why this is such an excellent offer.
Burnley v Manchester United
The Red Devils hold the head-to-head record against newly-promoted northwest rivals Burnley, having defeated them 57 times, and are odds-on at 8/15 to do so again.
In their last encounter, United vanquished the Clarets 3-0, and are 25/1 to repeat that scoreline at Turf Moor.
Record British signing and £59.7m man Angel Di Maria could line up against Sean Dyche’s side, whose club’s transfer record is a mere £3m by comparison.
Red Devils skipper Wayne Rooney should be high on confidence after being named England captain, and is 7/2 to steer his side to victory by firing home first, or 4/1 to celebrate sensationally by scoring two or more.
Rooney’s prolific strike partner Robin van Persie is also expected to start and is available at 18/1 to hit a hat-trick, whilst Juan Mata, who netted in United’s last game, is 7/4 to score anytime.
Everton v Chelsea
Jose Mourinho’s side have emerged as victors from three of their last four clashes with the Toffees, and are 11/10 to put Roberto Martinez’s men to the sword once more.
New Blues boys Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas have helped Chelsea blast past all opposition so far this season, but it appears they are only just warming up.
With three assists in two Premier League games so far this season, Fabregas in back on form, and available at 9/4 to net anytime and transform from support act to leading man.
Spain striker Costa, meanwhile, is 4/1 to draw first blood and extend his promising record, having scored twice in two matches for the Blues.
Leicester City v Arsenal
The Gunners, who are undefeated so far in all competitions this campaign, will have the Foxes firmly in their sights, and are odds-on at 8/11 to beat the freshly promoted East Midlands side.
History favours an Arsenal victory, with the north London club having clocked up 60 wins over Leicester. Last time the two teams encountered each other was in 2003/04, when Arsene Wenger’s side emerged triumphant with a 2-1 result that they are 7/1 to repeat.
Welsh whizz Aaron Ramsey has netted twice in three appearances this season, and is 5/1 to hit home first for the Gunners and continue his formidable form. Exciting new signing Alexis Sanchez scored his debut goal in Arsenal’s last outing against Besiktas, and is 7/1 to improve on that performance and bag a brace or better.