Aguero and Adebayor in fantastic 4/1 anytime scorer double
Coral are offering yet another sensational scorer double to warm up for this weekend’s fascinating fixtures. Enjoy exciting odds with Manchester City superstar Sergio Aguero and Tottenham vice-captain Emmanuel Adebayor available at an excellent 4/1 both to strike anytime in their club’s upcoming clashes.
Record-breaker Aguero recently smashed the Sky Blues’ scorer charts, having now netted 86 times in 135 appearances is all competitions for the Citizens. The electric Argentina attacker is also joint Premier League top marksman, with nine in nine this term so far.
Incredible Aguero is showing no signs of slowing and will be hungry to add to his tally against cross-town rivals Manchester United in the upcoming derby. The South American star has scored in three of his last three encounters with the Red Devils, and in this fearsome form is 7/2 to strike first, or 4/1 to bag a brace or better, against Louis van Gaal’s wobbly rearguard.
United have not managed to keep a clean sheet in their past five outings, so Aguero will be hoping to run riot, supported by top assistant Jesus Navas. City have won three out their last four duels with the Red Devils and scored seven against them last season, making the Sky Blues’ top marksman Aguero odds-on at 10/11 to grab a goal anytime.
Adebayor, meanwhile, makes up the second half of this scintillating scorer double, and has bagged a brilliant four in his last five games against Aston Villa. The former Togo attacker hit home in Spurs’ 3-0 victory over the Villans last campaign, which makes him 11/2 to strike the final blow and terrorise Villa yet again.
After netting last time out in the league against Newcastle United, former Arsenal and City forward Adebayor is in top gear, and Tottenham will be expecting him to lead the line with authority. The fiery frontman and former African Player of the Year is 6/4 to be on target anytime for the second game on the trot, against Paul Lambert’s men, who are stewing in 15th place in the Premier League.
The experienced striker has scored 35 times in 87 league appearances for Spurs, fighting off competition from a number of forwards over the seasons, to retain his position as the main man up front.