New Coral punters get 6/1 for ANY opening day Premier League goal
We never thought we could top Coral’s crazy offer of Brazil to wear yellow as hosts at the opening game of the 2014 World Cup, but new punters are guaranteed to win £30 if you sign up to our latest promotion.
Register online or on mobile with us, or sign up to our Coral Connect service and we offer a 6/1 price on ANY Premier League goal scored on the opening day of the season (August 8th) before 17:00 BST.
You must stake £5 on this awesome introductory offer and that means you will receive a £35 return on your investment. The £30 profit new customers make will be credited to you as free bets, which can be used across the above platforms.
Every Premier League opening day has contained goals, and you only need one to fly in to benefit from Coral here. This exclusive offer is open to the first 10,000 registrations, so don’t miss out, and is set to run from 08:00 BST on Thursday, August 6th until Manchester United v Tottenham kicks off at 12:45 BST on Saturday!
Who can forget Brian Deane’s goal, the first-ever in Premier League history, for Sheffield United against the Red Devils?
Man Utd once again start us off, and have electric Dutch attacker Memphis Depay set to make his competitive debut for them at Old Trafford alongside Wayne Rooney up top. For Spurs, last term’s 30-goal hero Harry Kane continues to bear their scoring burden.
There are four other games with a 15:00 BST kick-off time with all three promoted teams in action. Championship winners Bournemouth battle new-look Aston Villa, and exciting attackers Callum Wilson and Jordan Ayew will want to impress on their Premier League bows.
Watford face a trip to Goodison Park and will take on Everton after 10 new arrivals plus a change in the dugout. Can Quique Sanchez Flores get fresh Hornets faces to gel behind prolific skipper Troy Deeney? The Toffees, meanwhile, has usual suspects Romelu Lukaku and Steven Naismith in their attack.
Play-off winners Norwich City host Crystal Palace, whose coup captures of Yohan Cabaye and Patrick Bamford means Alan Pardew has Premier League experience and prodigious youthful talent to use at Carrow Road.
Last, and by no means least, Leicester City face Sunderland as two of the survivors from 2014/15 face-off. The Foxes have brought Japan striker Shinji Okazaki into their attack, while Black Cats boss Dick Advocaat lured compatriot and Netherlands international forward Jeremain Lens to England, joining Jermain Defoe.
These are just some of the names on show come Premier League opening day, so, with goals guaranteed to go in (and even if by some miracle you don’t, a £20 free bet will be deposited in your account as consolation), Coral’s crazy offer is crying out to be taken.