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New Customer Offer: Get 28/1 on Man Utd to beat Hull

Frank Monkhouse | 26 January 2017

Don’t miss our latest price boost on United

Manchester United travel to the KCOM Stadium on Thursday evening for the second-leg of the EFL Cup semi-finals, and The Red Devils have one foot on the Wembley turf after claiming a 2-0 home win earlier this month. The tie’s not over yet, and our latest price boost proves that!

Fancy Manchester United to win? Then make sure to get involved at Coral as we are giving new customers a breath-taking 28/1 on Mourinho’s boys getting the better of opponents Hull in 90-minutes. The hosts were brushed aside by Chelsea at the weekend, and are on a miserable run of form in the top-tier. They have conceded no less than 20 goals in their last 10 league outings, making our enhancement an incredibly generous midweek treat. You’d be barking mad to miss it!

To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Man Utd win the match, you will receive your £/€28 winnings in free bets.

In the unlikely event that Mourinho’s boys think the job is done and take their eye off the ball, and fail to beat Hull, then we’re in a giving mood anyway, so will award you a £/€5 free bet to use however you like. That’ll even out the score.

Bets must be placed between 12:00 GMT on Monday 23rd January and 19:45 GMT on Thursday 26th January to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.

Next among our Premier League tips for matchweek 18 is Juan Mata to score anytime for Man Utd against Sunderland.

Man Utd have one foot in the Wembley final

Mourinho’s boys make sense

Mata and Fellaini were the scorers in the first-leg, with both goals coming in the second-half at Old Trafford. At 1-0 the tie was still very much alive, but the second on 87-minutes by the Belgian looked to seal the deal.

United went on to draw each of their two starts since, vs Liverpool and Stoke, but find their opponents Hull on a miserable league run, winning just one of their last 10, and are stuck deep in the muck of a relegation fight. The Tigers haven’t beaten Thursday’s opponents in any competition, home or away, since 1974, and haven’t scored a goal against them in four, making our latest price boost all the better.

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