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Ayoze Perez and Van Persie a super 6/1 Premier League scorer double

Want to make this weekend’s Super Sunday interesting? Coral can help keep the football enthralling by offering punters enhanced odds of 6/1 for Ayoze Perez and Robin van Persie both to score anytime.

Newcastle United are at home to Stoke City in the 14:05 kick-off, and Perez shall see some action at St James’ Park. Reportedly rejecting interest in him from European force Porto, the Canary Islands-born forward has grabbed goals against four of last term’s top seven already this term.

If Perez can score against the likes of Spurs, Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal, then he has shown real potential. With Potters counterpart Bojan Krkic out injured, the stage is set for this Spanish starlet to shine.

Capable of playing on the wing or up front, Perez gives the Toon Army a pacy option to cheer on. With Papiss Cisse back from international duty following Senegal’s early exit from the Africa Cup of Nations, Magpies head coach John Carver may pair him with the Spaniard in attack.

This physical presence in Newcastle’s attack should free up space for Perez to exploit, and get shots away against a Stoke defence that have kept just two clean sheets in 12 away days across all competitions since the end of August.

Van Persie and Manchester United, meanwhile, are at West Ham United, and the deadly Dutchman has always scored in a Red Devils shirt against this opposition. A perfect record of four in as many appearances when previously paired with the Hammers can give punters plenty of confidence in this player.

RVP grabbed the winner in the reverse fixture back in September and, with the news that key Hammers defensive trio James Collins and Winston Reid missing out, this only strengthens the case for him scoring yet again.

Louis van Gaal can call on the likes of Angel Di Maria, Radamel Falcao, Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney to help supply Van Persie with goals, and that is more than enough guile to help him breach Sam Allardyce’s threadbare rearguard.