New Customer Offer: Chelsea FA Cup Price Boost
Frank Monkhouse | 28 January 2017
We’ve enhanced Chelsea to 25/1 to beat Brentford
FA Cup action returns to the forefront of punter’s thinking this weekend, with the fourth round matches decided over the course of Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can get involved in every tie right here at Coral.
You know that Coral is the home of football value, and we have proven it again with the latest of our vastly-popular new customer offers. Fancy Chelsea to beat Brentford? Back them here and we will give you a staggering 25/1 on the Premier League leaders. The Blues enjoy home advantage over their lower league opposition, and will be looking to put on a show, before continuing their adventure in the competition.
To take advantage of this price boost simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Chelsea do as expected and win, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
It is the FA Cup, a tournament famed for the slaying of giants, so, if Chelsea fail to beat Brentford, then we’ll make up for it by giving you a £/€5 free bet to use exactly how you see fit. That means you can back the home win, at a massive price, with piece of mind. They win – you win, they lose – you win. Make sense? It does to us!
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 26th January and 15:00 GMT on Saturday 28th January to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
History with The Blues
Chelsea have barely put a foot wrong in the Premier League so far, and can be seen out in front, dragging the chasing pack home towards a historic title. Manager Antonio Conte would love to tie up the top prize as soon as possible, but he wouldn’t turn his nose up at doing the double, with the FA Cup also going into the cabinet at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues have been handed what appears to be a straight-forward home tie against Championship side Brentford. Chelsea won 4-0 when these sides last met in this competition, back in 2013, with goals from Mata, Oscar, Lampard and Terry.
Brentford have, in fact, not recorded a win over Chelsea since February 1939, and punters expect that drought to continue. The Bees recent league showings also suggest they’ll struggle, with just one win in their last six, and defeat in each of their last two. Those stats proves our generosity knows no bounds.