New customer offer: Chelsea a fab 5/1 to beat Scunthorpe

Lee Gormley | January 7, 2016

The FA Cup third round is upon us and here at Coral, we are offering potential new customers a sensational introductory offer to get stuck into during the weekend’s exciting round of fixtures.

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Sign up for an online, mobile or Coral connect account with us, staking just £5 on Guus Hiddink’s reigning Premier League champions Chelsea to overcome League One outfit Scunthorpe at 5/1, and you could receive £25 paid out in cash!

You’ll have to be quick though, as this nifty new customer offer is available for a limited time only, from 17:00 UK time on Friday, January 8th until 14:00 kick-off time on Sunday, January 10th, so make sure to take full advantage.

Coral regularly run sublime promotions like this one throughout the football season, so check out some our other offers, and read further to see why Chelsea will give Scunthorpe the blues this weekend..

Blues revived under Hiddink again

The last time that Dutchman Hiddink took charge of Chelsea, the Londoners rallied to an FA Cup triumph during his short but sweet reign, and history could easily repeat itself this current campaign.

Chelsea have been rejuvenated in previous weeks by the former Netherlands boss, thrashing Crystal Palace most recently with a comfortable 3-0 victory, and they will surely be able to see off Scunthorpe with such attacking prowess.

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The Stamford Bridge side are actually priced at massive odds-on 2/9 favourites to get the job done over their latest FA Cup opponents, so this brilliantly boosted price of 5/1 cannot be missed!

With Brazilian-born Spain international Diego Costa flourishing once again since the departure of Jose Mourinho, his goals can fire Chelsea to the fourth round quite comfortably.

Meanwhile, the feisty frontman’s fellow forwards Oscar, Radamel Falcao and in-form Brazil international attacker Willian will all provide a goal threat towards lower-ranked Scunthorpe, who lie haplessly in 15th position of League One.


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