Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea & Arsenal in excellent 11/2 quadruple
It is that time again. Finally after weeks of waiting, the new Premier League season starts with Coral bringing you a quality quadruple which features Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal at 11/2 all to win their opening matches with a maximum £5 bet.
Read on as we explain why this is such a super selection, which could see you in the money by the end of the weekend!
Manchester United v Tottenham
The opening match of the Premier League is the Saturday lunchtime game which sees what could well be a new-look Red Devils team pitting their wits against Spurs.
Louis van Gaal’s side ran out 3-0 winners against the north London outfit last term with Wayne Rooney running riot. The skipper added the final goal to strikes from Marouane Fellaini and former Tottenham man Michael Carrick and the striker is 4/1 to break the deadlock.
Take into account an impressive new midfield which includes Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneiderlin, plus prolific new recruit Memphis Depay in attack and United could take some stopping.
Stoke City v Liverpool
The Reds travel to the Britannia with an impressive new-look side which includes a cutting edge attack. Christian Benteke (6/4 anytime), Roberto Firmino and Danny Ings are just three of a highly impressive trio while the irrepressible Philippe Coutinho will want to pick up where he left off last season. With such an attacking force, Liverpool could be too much for Stoke to handle.
Chelsea v Swansea City
The Premier League champions begin the defence of their title at home to south Wales outfit Swansea and striker Diego Costa will be hoping he can go one further and secure the Premier League Golden Boot award and is odds-on at 8/11 to net anytime, while Chelsea are firm 1/3 favourites.
Arsenal v West Ham United
Not even at full-strength, the Gunners were impressive as they beat Chelsea 1-0 at Wembley to retain the Community Shield and are unsurprisingly odds-on at 3/10 to beat a Hammers side who have struggled so far in pre-season. Top striker Enner Valencia is also injured for the visitors, while Arsene Wenger can take his pick from a plethora of attacking players.