New customer offer: 5/1 Premier League price boost for a goal to be scored in Chelsea v Liverpool
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | September 15, 2016
Chelsea v Liverpool enhanced odds for a goal to be scored
To celebrate Friday Night Football, Coral are offering new customers a Premier League price boost of 5/1 for a goal to be scored in Chelsea’s home game with Liverpool.
Yes, you heard right. The net just has to bulge once and Chelsea v Liverpool enhanced odds of 5/1 will pay out to punters who sign up online or via Coral Connect.
Stake €/£5 and the €/£25 winnings will be credited to your account with four days of the final whistle at Stamford Bridge. Our latest awesome introductory offer is available online from 08:00 BST on Thursday, September 15th until 07:59 on matchday.
If you’re planning on signing up for Coral Connect, please be aware this Premier League price boost opens 24 hours later, at 08:00 on Friday, September 16th and closes at the 20:00 kick-off time later that day.
Why not view alternative offers? Stay here and read on and be reminded why these Chelsea v Liverpool enhanced odds for a goal to be scored are virtually nailed on…
Premier League price boost should pay off
All of the last 24 meetings across all competitions between the Blues of west London and Reds of Merseyside have contained at least one goal.
Both teams have played five times this term in league and cup, managing to score in them all and netting a combined tally of 28. Liverpool’s average is more than three per game, while Chelsea have been hitting the target just less than 2.5 times a match.
With attacking options such as Diego Costa, Eden Hazard, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane on show in this game, and Blues captain John Terry out injured, plus the open style of the Reds under Jurgen Klopps, goals look guaranteed.
Everything points to this Premier League price boost for a goal to be scored coming off, but if it finishes 0-0 you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet as compensation.
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