New customer offer: PSG an awesome 8/1 to qualify from Chelsea tie
Robbie Purves | March 8, 2016
Take advantage of Coral’s amazing 8/1 price boost on table-topping PSG to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals from their last 16 second leg clash with Chelsea.
Simply sign up on mobile, online or through Coral Connect, placing €/£5 on PSG to progress, and be paid an amazing €/£40 in free bets if Guus Hiddink’s Blues fail to overcome the visitors to Stamford Bridge.
This superb introductory offer is enhanced from odds-on price of 4/11, so be sure to bet while the offer is available.
Coral’s delightful deal gets even better! If the Parisian team fail to progress, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across oue mobile and digital platforms.
This is just one of many promotions that we regularly run, so check our other sign-up incentives.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 19:46 GMT on Tuesday, March 8th and ends 24 hours later when the match kicks-off.
Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as the French champions look to march on past Chelsea, in search of their first Champions League trophy. Laurent Blanc’s boys look set to run riot over the Blues, so read on to discover why…
Zlatan to light up the Bridge
PSG have been beaten twice in 36 games all season and sit top of Ligue 1 by 23 points with a goal difference of +53, 43 more than anyone else. Such domination is hard to comprehend. Third placed French side Lyon are closer to the relegation places than to the leaders.
A huge reason for this is the evergreen Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has scored in the first leg at the Parc des Princes. The Swede is now PSG’s all-time leading scorer with 136 in 164 games and already has 30 this season.
Ibrahimovic was rested for his PSG’s match against Montpellier at the weekend and came off the bench for a brief cameo. The maverick marksman will thus be ready to roar, and carries fine form into a game which his team need only need a draw from.
Once a fortress, the Stamford Bridge faithful have witnessed four defeats this season, with Chelsea only managing three clean sheets. Blues club captain John Terry out with a hamstring injury, so their poor defensive record look set to continue.