Robin van Persie and Diego Costa in cracking 10/3 scoring double
Coral are offering a stupendous scorer double, featuring super strikers Robin van Persie and Diego Costa, to celebrate a scintillating Sunday of Premier League fixtures.
Enjoy exciting enhanced odds with the Dutchman and Spain star available at a tremendous 10/3 both to net anytime in their respective games.
Van Persie will be preparing to pounce as Manchester United encounter Everton, whilst Costa will be leading Chelsea’s impressive attack against Arsenal.
Here’s why this is such a delectable double bet.
Van Persie boasts a ridiculously good record of 40 goals in 64 top-flight appearances for the Red Devils, and is available at 4/1 to increase his terrific tally against the Toffees by scoring two or more.
The Dutch Premier League predator netted in United’s last win over Everton, and is 10/11 to hit home anytime again, and menace the Merseyside men in this exciting encounter.
Toffees stopper Tim Howard has conceded nine times in his last five games in all competitions, so will not be looking forward to facing an Old Trafford attack led by Van Persie, who has scored in both of his last two league outings.
Wayne Rooney may be suspended for this clash against his former club, but Van Persie will still be supported by a wealth of top stars. Compatriot and new clubmate Daley Blind, Colombia hitman Radamel Falcao and Argentina maestro Angel Di Maria will be on hand to link up with, and supply, the Netherlands sharpshooter.
Meanwhile, Spain star Costa will be keen to build on his excellent start to life at Stamford Bridge, and his blossoming partnership with Cesc Fabregas, by firing Chelsea to success against London rivals Arsenal.
The ex-Atletico Madrid attacker has been almost unplayable since arriving in the Premier League, and currently leads the way as the competition’s top scorer. Having netted eight times in six appearances, Costa is odds-on at 8/11 fire home anytime, or 12/1 to hit his second Blues hat-trick, this time against the Gunners.
Incredible Costa should be in good company, as Jose Mourinho’s men put six past Arsenal in this fixture last term, and now have a world class leading man to threaten the visitors depleted defence.