New customer offer: Choose 10/1 on Arsenal or 12/1 for Leicester to win
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | February 13, 2016
Fancy a hugely enhanced Super Sunday Premier League bet to reap rewards from? Then look no further than the potential title clash between third-placed Arsenal and table-toppers Leicester City.
We’ve enhanced the Gunners’ odds from 4/5 to 10/1 and the Foxes from 16/5 to 12/1 and, in order to give yourself a chance of winning, simply register for an online or mobile account with us. After doing so, stake a £5 bet only on the club of your choice winning at the Emirates, and you will receive £50 or £60 winnings respectively if it comes in.
If, however, you are unsuccessful with this special, then no need to worry as you will receive a £5 free bet.
The latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 12:46 GMT on Saturday, February 13th, until the 12:00 kick-off time the following day.
Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this bet is too good not to take…
Arsenal to win at 10/1
The Gunners just happen to be one of two teams this term to have beaten Leicester in the Premier League this season, and they did so convincingly 5-2 back in September at the King Power Stadium.
On top of that, they are unbeaten against the Foxes in their previous 20 meetings in all competitions, with their last defeat coming over 20 years ago in 1994. You’d have to go way back to 1973 for Leicester’s last win on Arsenal soil.
Meanwhile, the north Londoners have also got back to winning ways ion the top flight, having just beaten Bournemouth 2-0, and have stars such as Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud to rely on.
Leicester to win at 12/1
However, the Foxes have quite simply not cared about history at all this season, and have defied all logic to somehow see themselves at the top of the league, after narrowly avoiding relegation last term.
After just beating Manchester City with relative ease on the road, surely taking three points at the Emirates should be no trouble either?
With the likes of Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez, N’Golo Kante, Robert Huth and Kasper Schmeichel all in such high confidence, it seems anything is possible which is why Leciester are now the title favourites for the first time.