New customer offer: Liverpool enhanced odds of 28/1 to beat Stoke City
Jamie Clark | 25 December 2016
Liverpool enhanced odds to beat Stoke City
There’s a flurry of festive football starting on Boxing Day, but in celebration of Bank Holiday Tuesday’s featured game Coral offer new customers Liverpool enhanced odds to beat Stoke City.
A 28/1 Premier League price boost is available on a Reds victory over the Potters to those who sign up online or via Coral Connect.
If you’re 18 or over, register online from 09:00 GMT on Boxing Day (Monday, December 26) or via Connect from 15:01 until the scheduled 17:15 kick-off time at Anfield the following day, betting €/£1 only with a minimum deposit of €/£5.
Should Jurgen Klopp’s home team slay Stoke, you’ll receive the €28 winnings credited to your account in free bets tokens within four days of the final whistle. Terms and conditions apply.
Be sure check out other new customer offers over the festive period if you miss out on this one, as we regularly run promotional price boosts.
Read on to remind yourself of why Liverpool enhanced odds to defeat the Potters are so appealing…
Reds remain rampant in front of goal
Klopp’s crew boast a terrific recent record against Stoke, winning seven of the last eight encounters in all competitions in 90 minutes and six of six in the Premier League.
The Potters come into this trip to Anfield on a poor run of current form of three without a win, while Liverpool have picked up seven points from a possible nine in the same number of games.
Belgium striker Divock Origi, England midfielder Adam Lallana and Senegal winger Sadio Mane are all banging goals in, striking twice or more in the Reds’ four December outings to date.
Origi, in particular, is enjoying a purple patch with five in six across all competitions, netting in five consecutive games, and a brace on his only career appearance against Stoke.
If these Liverpool enhanced odds don’t come off, then fear not. We will compensate all losing wagers with a €/£5 free bet. The Reds should beat Stoke, though as they’ve conceded five goals in three games while Klopp’s men are averaging 2.5 goals per game this month.