New customer offer: Stake £10 on Man City match for £35 free bet

Matt Haynes | December 3, 2015

Coral welcome new customers to sign up with an outstanding acquisition offer for this weekend. Simply stake £10 or more on the match between Stoke City and Manchester City and receive seven £5 free bets for the remaining Premier League fixtures on Saturday.

This offer is set to go live at 08:00 UK time on Friday 4th December until Saturday 5th December 15:00 UK time, giving new customers ample time to take advantage! With a number of teams in Premier League action such as Arsenal and Manchester United, there are more than enough opportunities to earn off each £5 free bet as well.

De Bruyne double a brilliant bet

Belgian attacker Kevin De Bruyne has been in fantastic form ever since signing for the club and, having bagged a brace last time out, is great value at 7/1 to equal or better this achievement against a Stoke side who they beat 4-1 in this fixture last season.

Soccer - Capital One Cup - Fourth Round - Manchester City v Crystal Palace - Etihad Stadium

De Bruyne has more than enough to trouble the Potters rearguard and has demonstrated his ability to hit the back of the net in a vast number of methods this term already and, once he scores early, often sees it as a platform to push on for more.

Vardy first scorer sure fire bet

The Leicester City striker gives teams problems from the off and having broken the Premier League consecutive scoring record last time out, by netting first against Manchester United, taking advantage of odds of 4/1 on him repeating this seem a no-brainer.

Leicester City v Manchester United - Barclays Premier League - King Power Stadium

He is on a hot-streak right now and the Foxes are up against a Swansea City side who can’t seem to keep a clean sheet at the minute.

Take delight in Dele

Arguably one of Tottenham’s players of the season so far, Dele Alli can continue his fine form as Spurs visit West Bromwich Albion and is definitely worth considering at 7/2 to score anytime.

He demonstrated for England that he isn’t afraid to unleash efforts from outside of the area and against a Baggies side who often sit back, he could take full advantage here.


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