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Rampant Rooney and Hurri-Kane in fantastic 4/1 scorer double

Coral are back with another sensational scorer double for you to enjoy during a magnificent midweek round of Premier League fixtures!

Back Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane both to score anytime at 4/1 in their side’s upcoming domestic league clashes, and reap the rewards of these brilliantly boosted odds.

Rejuvenated Rooney has recently rediscovered his goalscoring form for the Red Devils, after blasting in a delightful double against Gus Poyet’s Sunderland last time out.

The England and United skipper relished his time in a familiar central attacking role at Old Trafford, confidently dispatching a second-half penalty, before heading his second in from close range.

Rooney’s brilliant Black Cats brace earned him a place in Premier League history books, as he became the first ever player to score 10 or more goals in 11 consecutive top-flight campaigns. The clinical record-breaker is 5/1 to strike last against Newcastle United in midweek.

Rampant Rooney has a great goalscoring record against Newcastle, having netted an incredible 11 Magpies strikes during his prolific career.

The ferocious forward has struck 16 or more times in every season he has had at Old Trafford since a switch from Everton in 2004, and has also moved to within 10 goals of Denis Law’s second all-time club record of 237 goals.

United’s in-form attacker will be aiming to continue his fine run against the St James’ Park outfit, having slotted a superb double against the Tyneside club earlier this campaign. He is 7/1 to fire in two or more again this time out.

Meanwhile, sublime Spurs striker Kane is having a clinical campaign, having secured 24 goals already in 39 outings this term.

Tottenham’s prolific poacher is 7/2 to score first against Swansea City at White Hart Lane, having opened proceedings at the Liberty Stadium in his side’s 2-1 victory last year.

The in-form marksman has enjoyed a successful rise to prominence under Mauricio Pochettino’s reign, setting himself up for a probable senior England call-up, and he will hope to add to his impressive season tally in his latest outing against Garry Monk’s Swans.