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New customer offer: Arsenal a super 6/1 to beat West Brom

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | April 20, 2016

Fancy an enhanced midweek Premier League sign-up offer to reap rewards from this Thursday? Then why not take Coral’s excellent odds of 6/1 for Arsenal to beat West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates?

Simply register for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account with us, staking a €/£5 bet only on the Gunners defeating the Baggies, and you will receive €/£30 winnings paid out in free bets if Arsene Wenger’s men can claim a victory.

If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will still receive a €/£5 free bet. Win or lose, you can spend the free bets right across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms.

This latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 20:01 BST on Wednesday, April 20th until the 19:45 kick-off time the following day.

Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this bet is too good not to take…

Arsenal v Watford - Barclays Premier League - Emirates Stadium

Gunners to slay Baggies once again

Top four team Arsenal are a whole 10 places and 20 points above West Brom in the Premier League table, with just five games of the season to go, and are heavily odds-on at 1/4 in the normal market for victory.

Going by past head-to-heads too, the Gunners should run riot having won each of their previous four home meetings with the Baggies, including a 4-1 romp last time out at the Emirates.

Arsenal have been in great form of late, being on a run of four without losing including classy wins over the likes of Everton and Watford.

In attack, stars such as Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Danny Welbeck and wonderkid Alex Iwobi have all impressed of late, and will be inspired to help Wenger’s men finish in the Champions League places.

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