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Super Sanchez and cracking Carroll in sensational 6/1 scorer double

Coral are offering customers another superb scorer special to help banish any remaining January blues.

The dangerous duo of Alexis Sanchez and Andy Carroll are available at 6/1 to score anytime for their respective clubs Arsenal and West Ham United.

Here are even more reasons why you should back these proven Premier League poachers and potentially make a profit.

Arsenal’s amazing attacker Sanchez has been in majestic form for the Gunners this season, striking 12 top-flight goals already in his debut campaign at the Emirates.

Sanchez’s side will face Manchester City, who have recently been weakened after midfielder Yaya Toure departed for the Africa Cup of Nations with the Ivory Coast.

The Gunners’ great Sanchez has become the club’s top scorer this term, netting 18 times in 30 appearances in all competitions.

Chile’s clinical forward netted against Manuel Pellegrini’s men in last year’s reverse fixture, when his team were held to a 2-2 draw, and is available at 6/1 to open proceedings at the Etihad in his latest outing.

Arsene Wenger’s wonderful attacker has kept his team within touching distance of the Champions League places and Arsenal, 10/3 to beat City, will be hoping their star man can help them secure back-to-back league victories.

Meanwhile, Crafty Carroll has made a rampant return from injury for the Hammers, netting against relegation struggling Leicester City just before Christmas, then opening the scoring against Swansea City this month at the Liberty Stadium.

The terrific target man has managed to bag four goals this season for Sam Allardyce’s side in 12 Premier League outings, and is 7/1 to net a brace or more against Steve Bruce’s Hull City.

Carroll’s side have won three of their last five games at Upton Park and face a poor Tigers outfit, currently struggling in the top flight’s relegation zone. The big battling forward will be aiming to add to his season tally and push Bruce’s trailing Hull further adrift of safety.