Vivacious Van Persie and cracking Costa in fab 5/1 scorer double
Coral are offering excellent enhanced odds to brighten your day, with rampant Robin van Persie and dangerman Diego Costa available at 5/1 both to score anytime.
The prolific pair were on target for their clubs last time out, so back this deadly duo to net for Manchester United and Chelsea respectively in their upcoming clashes, and potentially pick up some extra funds for those New Year’s Eve festivities.
Van Persie is currently joint top scorer for United, having notched up eight goals so far this season, and is 6/4 to continue his purple patch anytime against Tottenham.
As a former Gunner, the Dutchman is used to putting in top performances at White Hart Lane, and was on target for both Arsenal and the Red Devils in his last games for them against Spurs.
Netherlands skipper Van Persie has been showing plenty of leadership lately, netting four times in his last four matches, and will be expecting to extend that run against the Londoners.
The former Feyenoord academy product has closed the scoring in three of his past four outings, making him 11/2 to grab the last goal yet again.
Crafty Costa, meanwhile, makes up the second half of this tasty treble after dazzling Stamford Bridge with a fine individual goal against West Ham United.
The Brazilian-born Spain star has more than justified his summer price-tag so far, having struck an impressive 13 times in 15 Premier League outings for Chelsea this term.
Aged just 26, the strong and powerful centre forward also possesses a pair of tricky feet, and has bagged 117 senior career goals, also providing 39 assists.
There is certainly more to Costa than being a fox in the box, though the Blues boy is odds-on at 10/11 to strike anytime against Southampton.
This may be the first time the ex-Atletico Madrid attacker has faced the Saints, but Jose Mourinho’s men did the double over them last campaign.
Chelsea are odds-on favourites at 4/5 for victory, with their leading man and top scorer Costa at 7/2 to continue his fine form and draw first blood.