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New Customer Offer: Arsenal 7/1 to beat Wolfsburg in 90 minutes!

Coral have a sensational summer treat for new customers to enjoy during the magnificent pre-season friendly action, as we offer outstanding odds of 7/1 on Arsenal to beat Wolfsburg in 90 minutes in their Emirates Cup clash on Sunday.

With a maximum stake of £5, which would return a delightful £40 for a successful outcome, as well as a free £20 bet should the Gunners somehow fail to secure victory, this is simply a win-win situation that cannot be missed out on!

Arsene Wenger will lead his Premier League giants out against Wolfsburg in this pre-season friendly tournament as massive favourites in their own backyard, and in front of a packed home crowd, aiming to overcome a Bundesliga side that stumbled in last season’s run-in.

Wenger’s London outfit should be flying-high in their pre-season preparations, having recently easily dispatched fellow top-flight side Everton 3-1 at the Singapore National Stadium and thrashing a Singapore XI side 4-0 before then.

The in-form Gunners are firing on all cylinders this summer, with Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla and Mezut Ozil having all clinically netted past Roberto Martinez’s Toffees, while young starlet Chuba Akpom hit a hat-trick in the former clash, as Jack Wilshere slotted home a penalty too.

Ahead of the Wolfsburg encounter, Wenger has rallied his players and excited the Emirates faithful by claiming he has many years ahead of him in his career, brushing off retirement talk.

“It crosses my mind [retirement] but for no longer than five seconds because I panic a little bit,” he stated. “I am more committed than ever. It is how much you love what you do that counts – and the love is not necessarily diminished by the number of times you’ve done it.

“Football is new every day. You have an exam every three days. You have no way to look back. You have to prepare the next exam and come out of it with success. It always demands 100 per cent commitment. Enthusiasm is not a problem, honestly.”

Next up for a clearly driven Wenger is Wolfsburg, as he aims to add another piece of silverware to his already glistening cabinet with an Emirates Cup triumph.