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New Coral customers clean up with goals galore in Man City v Arsenal

| 17.01.2015

Coral present a sign up offer with a difference. Register for an account with us and stake at least £5 on the match result market for Manchester City against Arsenal, and for every goal scored in that game we will reward new customers with £10 in free bets.

Last term, this Etihad encounter finished 6-3 in City’s favour; a key result for Manuel Pellegrini’s men en route to winning the Premier League title. A repeat of that goal glut here would see punters rake in almost £100 in free bets to spend online.

City start the match as odds-on 5/6 favourites, because of that trouncing they handed out last term and as the Etihad has been a real fortress for them since they became a footballing force.

Arsene Wenger’s Gunners, meanwhile, are a tasty 10/3 to upset the champions in Manchester, and have rampant attacker Alexis Sanchez experiencing a real purple patch.

Joined by Olivier Giroud up front and the guile of the returning Mesut Ozil in behind him, super Sanchez could easily add to his dozen Premier League strikes so far. Both he and France centre forward Giroud already have goals against City this season.

Pellegrini has Sergio Aguero back, and he has made plenty of impact against Arsenal in the past. Only Chelsea’s Brazilian-born Spain striker Diego Costa has more Premier League goals than the lethal Argentina international in the current campaign.

Supplied by former Gunners favourite Samir Nasri and guileful Spaniard David Silva, Aguero will not want for supply.

The option to back a draw is open to punters, and fear not if this contest finishes 0-0. We will refund you with a £5 free bet.

Each of the last six meetings across all competitions between City and Arsenal has contained at least two goals, so that’s £20 of free bets minimum in the offing if you sign up and place a minimum of a fiver on the outright match result in their latest battle.



Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.