Coral customers enjoy enhanced markets on World Cup final
We’re in the home straight punters, just two games left before the World Cup finals from Brazil come to an end. Don’t be sad though, because Coral have saved their best value matchday market specials until last.
You can stake up to £20 on the bets below and received enhanced odds. So, what are you waiting for? Take full advantage of our boosted prices.
Brazil v Netherlands
The hosts earning victory in 90 minutes, but both teams being on target comes in at 3/1, enhanced from 27/10. Phil Scolari’s Samba Boys will be desperate to make amends for the demolition at the hands of Germany. Moreover, Brazil recorded their only World Cup win over the Dutch back at the 1994 finals with a 3-2 scoreline. A repeat result here would see punters cash in.
Alternatively, the Netherlands are a boosted 9/2 (from 21/5) to win in normal time, but both sides scoring. Clockwork Orange did just that at the last World Cup when they beat the Samba Boys 2-1. The Dutch came from behind thanks to playmaker Wesley Sneijder’s brace, and similar magic will be required from him and their attack here.
Germany v Argentina
Now to the final. Coral are first and foremost offering enhanced wincasts on the respective countries lifting the trophy in 90 minutes and their tournament top scorers finding the target.
Thomas Muller netting anytime and a German victory comes in at a boosted 7/2 (from 3/1). The Bayern Munich attacker has been there, done that and got the t-shirt in terms of firing Die Mannschaft past Argentina in a knockout tie. It was the last World Cup and Muller took just three minutes to break the deadlock as Joachim Low’s lads ran out comprehensive 4-0 victors.
Alternatively, Lionel Messi scoring anytime and Argentina winning in 90 minutes is an enhanced 4/1 (from 10/3). The Barcelona wonder netted when Alejandro Sabella’s side and Germany met in August 2012. It was a 3-1 victory for Argentina.
Odds of 11/2 say the World Cup final will go to penalties. The 2006 World Cup quarters between these two countries went to spot kicks and, inevitably, Germany won. Argentina, meanwhile, booked their place in this showdown by emerging victorious from a shoot-out with the Netherlands. Alternatively, it’s a 6/1 shot that the final is decided in extra time.