New customer offer: Yellow card price boost of 4/1 for Sunderland v Everton
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | September 9, 2016
Monday Night Football yellow card price boost
Sunderland manager David Moyes hosts former club Everton on Monday Night Football this week, and to celebrate an enhanced odds offer is available to new Coral customers.
We give a yellow card price boost of 4/1 for just a single caution to be shown in this fixture, so if you want a slice of the action register online or through mobile for an account with us, staking €/£5.
Coral are committed to getting the €/£20 winnings (paid out in free bets) credited to you within four days of the final whistle at the Stadium of Light.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 16:30 BST on Friday, September 9th until the 20:00 kick-off time on Monday, September 12th.
Check out our previous sign-up incentives, or read on and be reminded why backing there to be at least one booking in Sunderland v Everton is definitely worthwhile…
Black Cats and Toffees are tough tacklers
The stat that should immediately draw punters’ attention is 19 yellow cards being shown in the last five fixtures between these two.
From Sunderland’s point of view, getting booked is an occupational hazard for hatchet-man Lee Cattermole; while under Ronald Koeman combative Everton duo Idrissa Gana Gueye and Gareth Barry look prime candidates to be cautioned.
Travelling Toffees striker Romelu Lukaku will doubtless be targeted by the Black Cats defence, and if he draws enough fouls then surely one or more of them shall go in the book.
Discipline isn’t likely to be either side’s strong suit, then, and that recent history at an average of almost four yellow cards per game since April 2014 is a huge sign that this yellow card price boost for Sunderland v Everton looks a dead cert.
If nobody gets booked, then we’ll compensate you with a €/£5 free bet that you can use across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms.
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