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Man United 6-5 to gain 10 or more points

| 17.08.2013
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

Following the news that David Moyes has raised his concerns to the FA about Manchester United’s tricky start to the new season, Coral are offering 6-5 for United to gain 10 or more points from their opening five league games. The defending champions face Swansea in their opening match of the 2013/14 season on Saturday and then have the daunting task of having to play Chelsea(h), Liverpool(a) and Man City(a) within their next four league games.

“Looking at Manchester United’s opening five league matches you can understand why David Moyes isn’t best pleased. United should prove too strong for both Swansea and Crystal Palace, but how many points they will gain from their fixtures against Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City is hard to predict,” said Coral’s Tim Reynolds.

“You would expect Untied to overcome one of the big three clubs they have to face so the over nine and a half points looks the value bet,” added Reynolds.

Ahead of Saturday’s Premier League fixtures, Coral are offering a new market on which match will be shown on Match of the Day first and make the Swansea v Manchester United clash their 2-7 favourite. Liverpool v Stoke is next best at 3-1 with the Arsenal v Aston Villa match available at 10-1.

Hull, Crystal Palace and Cardiff will be all hoping to start their Premier League campaigns off with a bang. Coral quote 4-7 that none of the three newly promoted teams gain maximum points and 175-1 that all three teams win (5-4 one team wins and 10-1 two teams win).

**Man United’s points from 1st 5 league games: 8-13 Under 9.5, 6-5 Over 9.5 Note: Swansea(a), Chelsea(h), Liverpool(a), Crystal Place(h), Man City(a)

**Opening Weekend – Total goals scored in the Premier League: 10-11 Over 27.5 and 10-11 Under 27.5 Note: Bets relate to Premier League fixtures taking place 17th to 19th August inclusive

**Opening Weekend – Number of promoted teams to win: 4-7 None, 5-4 One, 10 Two, 175 Three Note: Cardiff, Crystal Palace and Hull

**Opening Weekend – Number of promoted team to score: 9 None, 11-8 One, 13-8 Two, 4 Three Note: Cardiff, Crystal Palace and Hull

**Big three all to win their opening league game: 13-8 Man United, Man City and Chelsea all to win

**Hat-trick Heaven Any player to score a hat-trick from the opening round of Premier League games – 7/1 Note: bets relate to fixtures taking place 17th to 19th August inclusive

**Highest scoring Premier League game – 17th August: 11-4 Arsenal v Aston Villa, 7-2 Liverpool v Stoke, 7-2 Swansea v Man Utd, 5 West Brom v Southampton, 7 West Ham v Cardiff, 8 Norwich v Everton, 10 Sunderland v Fulham Note: Dead heat rules apply

**Highest scoring Premier League game – 18th August: 13-8 Crystal Palace v Tottenham, 11-4 Tie, 11-10 Chelsea v Hull

**Premier League Hotshots 17/18 August: 5-2 Robin van Persie and Daniel Sturridge to both score, 9-4 Robert Soldado and Fernando Torres to both score – 9/4 Note: Both players must play for bet to stand

**First game on Match Of The Day: 2-7 Swansea v Man United, 3 Liverpool v Stoke, 10 Arsenal v Aston Villa, 40 West Ham v Cardiff, 50 WBA v Southampton, 50 Norwich v Everton, 50 Sunderland v Fulham

**Last games on Match Of The Day: 9-4 WBA v Southampton, 9-4 Sunderland v Fulham, 3 Norwich v Everton, 4 West Ham v Cardiff, 14 Arsenal v Aston Villa, 25 Liverpool v Stoke, 50 Swansea v Man Untied

**Premier League Red Hot Treble: Liverpool, Arsenal and Man United all to win Note: Relates to their opening fixtures

**Saturday’s Premier League Treble 3pm: 6 Arsenal, Everton and West Ham all to win

Premier League General Markets

**Premier League Outright: 9-4 Chelsea, 9-4 Man City, 5-2 Man Untied, 10 Arsenal, 16 Liverpool, 40 Tottenham, 500 Everton, 1250 Newcastle, 2000 West Brom, 2000 West Ham, 2000 Aston Villa, 2000 Southampton, 2500 Swansea, 2500 Fulham, 3000 Stoke, 3000 Sunderland, 5000 Cardiff, 5000 Norwich, 7500 Hull, 10000 Crystal Palace

**Premier League Top 4 Finish: 1-10 Chelsea, 1-10 Man City, 1-10 Man United, 8-13 Arsenal, 13-8 Liverpool, 15-8 Tottenham, 22 Everton, 50 Newcastle, 125 West Ham, 125 Swansea, 125 Southampton, 150 West Brom, 150 Aston Villa, 150 Fulham. 200 Stoke, 200 Sunderland, 300 Hull, 300 Norwich, 300 Cardiff, 500 Crystal Palace

**Premier League Top 6 Finish: 1-250 Chelsea, 1-250 Man City, 1-250 Man United, 1-33 Arsenal, 2-9 Arsenal, 2-9 Liverpool, 4 Everton, 14 Southampton, 14 Newcastle, 16 Swansea, 20 West Brom, 20 Aston Villa, 20 West Ham, 25 Sunderland, 25 Fulham, 28 Norwich, 33 Stoke, 50 Cardiff, 100 Hull, 200 Crystal Palace

**Premier League Top 10 Finish: 1-200 Arsenal, 1-50 Tottenham, 1-50 Liverpool, 2-9 Everton, 6-4 Southampton, 13-8 Swansea, 13-8 Newcastle, 7-4 West Brom, 7-4 Aston Villa, 7-4 West Ham, 5-2 Fulham, 10-3 Norwich, 10-3 Sunderland, 7-2 Stoke, 8 Cardiff, 9 Hull, 16 Crystal Palace

**Premier League Relegation: 4-7 Crystal Palace, 8-13 Hull, 13-8 Cardiff, 11-4 Stoke, 11-4 Norwich, 9-2 Sunderland, 5 Fulham, 15-2 West Brom, 8 Newcastle, 8 Swansea, 8 Aston Villa, 10 West Ham, 10 Southampton, 22 Everton, 250 Tottenham, 300 Liverpool, 750 Arsenal, 2500 Chelsea, 5000 Man United, 5000 Man City

**Premier League Stay Up: 1-33 Newcastle, 1-20 West Ham, 1-16 Aston Villa, 1-16 Southampton, 1-12 Swansea, 1-10 West Brom, 1-10 Fulham, 1-8 Sunderland, 1-5 Stoke, 2-7 Norwich, 4-9 Cardiff, 6-5 Hull, 5-4 Crystal Palace

**Premier League To Finish Bottom: 13-5 Crystal Place, 7-2 Hull, 6 Cardiff, 8 Norwich, 10 Stoke, 11 Sunderland, 20 Fulham, 20 Swansea, 20 West Brom,  22 Southampton, 25 Aston Villa, 40 West Ham, 50 Newcastle, 150 Everton, 500 Tottenham

**Premier League Bottom Half Finish: 1-100 Crystal Palace, 1-50 Hull, 1-20 Cardiff, 1-7 Norwich, 1-6 Stoke, 2-9 Sunderland, 1-3 Fulham, 4-11 Swansea, 2-5 West Ham, 2-5 Aston Villa, 2-5 West Brom, 4-9 Newcastle, 1-2 Southampton, 3 Everton, 16 Liverpool, 166 Tottenham, 50 Arsenal, 200 Man United, 200 Chelsea, 200 Man City

**Premier League without Manchester Clubs: 4-9 Chelsea, 11-4 Arsenal, 7 Liverpool, 9 Tottenham, 125 Everton, 250 Newcastle, 500 West Ham, 500 West Brom, 500 Southampton, 500 Aston Villa, 500 Swansea, 500 Fulham, 750 Sunderland, 750 Stoke, 1250 Norwich, 1250 Cardiff, 1500 Hull, 2000 Crystal Palace

**Premier League straight forecast: 13-2 Man United/Chelsea, 13-2 Man City/Man United, 13-2 Man City/Chelsea, 13-2 Chelsea/Man United, 13-2 Man United/Man City, 25 Man United/Arsenal, 25 Man City/Arsenal, 25 Chelsea/Arsenal, 33 Arsenal/Man United, 33 Arsenal/Chelsea, 40 bar

**Group A: 9-4 Chelsea, 9-4 Man City, 5-2 Man United, 10 Arsenal, 16 Liverpool

**Group B: 3-10 Tottenham, 6 Everton, 12 Newcastle, 12 West Ham, 16 Aston Villa

**Group C: 5-2 Southampton, 10-3 Swansea, 7-2 Wet Brom, 4 Fulham, 9-2 Sunderland

**Group D: 2 Stoke, 13-5 Norwich, 4 Cardiff, 5 Hull, 6 Crystal Place

**Top Promoted Club: 4-5 Cardiff, 9-4 Hull, 4 Crystal Place

Go to www.coral.co.uk for a full list of prices.

ENDS

Further Information Contact

Tim Reynolds

+350 56001714

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Tim Reynolds

Tim joined Coral in July 2012, having previously worked for Sky Bet for 10 years across their marketing and PR department. Tim is based out of Gibraltar with Coral’s new interactive division and works across a range of different projects including, Coral’s sponsorship of the Premier League Darts. Tim’s main sports include football, darts and cricket and when not working, Tim can usually be found fishing along the Spanish coastline or sat in the sun writing about his number one passion.