New customer offer: Man City an excellent 8/1 to beat Everton
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | January 5, 2016
Manchester City travel to Everton for their Capital One Cup semi-final first leg clash, and Coral have an incredible new customer offer for punters to profit on.
Simply sign up for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account with us, staking £5 on this awesome introductory 8/1 offer, and if Premier League giants City win at Goodison Park you will receive £40 profit paid out in cash!
This terrific new customer offer is available for a limited time only on the matchday; Wednesday, January 6th between 08:00 GMT until the 20:00 kick-off time, so take full advantage while you still can.
If, however, somehow this bet doesn’t come off, then there is no need to worry as you will still receive a £5 free bet. Still not convinced? Then read on to find out more reasons why you should take this offer…
City great on the road at Everton
Thankfully for the Citizens, they only travel the short distance to fellow Northwest club Everton, and also happen to have a great recent record there.
In the last three meetings in this fixture at Goodison Park, City are unbeaten and have won twice, including a straightforward 2-0 triumph this season.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men are, therefore, the heavy 21/20 favourites in the normal market to take a win back to the Etihad before the second leg, which makes this new customer offer is all the more enticing.
On top of that, the Toffees’ form in the Premier League has been unimpressive, having won just one of their last seven, which sees them down in 11th place and 12 points behind Man City.
The likes of Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure and Samir Nasri have all scored against Everton in recent seasons, and should feature in this battle too. While, other attacking stars such as Wilfried Bony, Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva are also available.
So, what are you waiting for? Stake a fiver now and watch your money grow whatever the outcome. Check out our previous new customer offers too, so see just how often punters have profited in the past.