New customer offer: 8/1 Man City price boost to beat Bournemouth
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | September 16, 2016
Man City price boost of 8/1 to beat Bournemouth
Do you see Manchester City as a home banker to defeat Bournemouth in Premier League action on Saturday? Coral can oblige by offering new customers every incentive to sign up!
A Man City price boost of 8/1 says the Etihad outfit can win against the Cherries. These enhanced odds to beat Bournemouth come boosted from a regular match betting price of 2/7.
If you want a slice of the action when it comes to Pep Guardiola’s team, simply sign up online and stake €/£5.
Should Man City record the home win over Bournemouth that is widely anticipated, then you’ll receive the €/£40 winnings credited to your account within four days of the final whistle at the Etihad.
This is the latest in a long line of outstanding introductory offers, and becomes available at 08:00 BST on Friday, September 16th until the scheduled 15:00 kick-off time the following day.
View other sign up incentives or check out reasons why this Man City price boost at enhanced odds to beat Bournemouth should come off..
Four goals better than Cherries last term
Manchester City won both battles with Eddie Howe’s south coast side by four-goal margins last season and have the only 100 per cent record in the Premier League still standing this campaign.
Raheem Sterling is one player Guardiola has rejuvenated since coming as new manager at the Eithad, yet the England attacker hit a hat-trick in a 5-1 mauling of the Cherries in this fixture last term.
Man City are averaging almost three goals per game in the Premier League, while Bournemouth have kept just one clean sheet so far.
Kevin De Bruyne was also a scorer in this fixture last term, and put in a terrific display last time out to strike one and effectively make the winner in the Manchester derby.
Should Man City fail to win, then you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet as compensation, but they looked nailed on to make their class tell against a far from eagle-eyed Cherries defence.
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