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New customer offer: Yellow card price boost of 4/1 for Southampton v Burnley

Robbie Purves | 16 October 2016

Yellow card price boost for Southampton v Burnley

Fancy a booking at St Mary’s this Sunday? Then you’ll want to get on board with Coral’s latest new customer offer!

A yellow card price boost of 4/1 says a yellow card will be shown as the Saints host Sean Dyche’s Clarets.

Simply sign up online or Coral Connect (available from Saturday, 15th at 15:00 BST) then bet €/£5 on there to be a yellow brandished, and be paid the €/£20 winnings as free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if any player is cautioned.

Virgil van Dijk is a likely candidate to help this yellow card price boost come off!

Virgil van Dijk is a likely candidate to help this yellow card price boost come off!

This is just one of many promotions we regularly run for new punters, so check out our other excellent sign-up incentives.

Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available online or through mobile from Friday, October 14th at 08:00 BST to kick-off time on Sunday at 16:00.

Be sure to make the most of these Southampton v Burnley enhanced odds as someone is surely going to be booked this Sunday…

All known form says cards shall come out

Ill discipline has been a feature of both these side’s seasons. Claude Puel’s side may have gone three league games without conceding, but have a poor record when it comes to yellow cards.

Far from being Saints, Southampton have picked up 13 bookings this league campaign already. Combine this with the fact the Clarets have notched up seven in as many league games, and a yellow being shown on Sunday looks almost certain.

History suggests Southampton v Burnley enhanced odds for a yellow card to be shown should happen.

History suggests Southampton v Burnley enhanced odds for a yellow card to be shown should happen.

When Burnley were last in the Premier League in the season before last, a total of four yellows across the two fixtures.

This St Mary’s showdown promises to be a real battle, as Dyche looks to overcome a poor record of just one with in five league outings. The travelling Turf Moor team will be fighting tooth and nail and fight for every ball.

Meanwhile, Saints will be eager to keep their impressive defensive record that has seen them steadily rise through he table.

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