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New Coral customers get tasty 10/1 on Liverpool and Man Utd double

| 18.09.2015

Coral have yet another outstanding introductory offer for new customers who sign up! A delightful double of 10/1 on Liverpool and Manchester United both to win their 4pm Premier League kick-offs on Sunday could see punters make £50 profit from a £5 stake.

Brendan Rodgers’ Anfield outfit host Norwich City, while the Red Devils travel to Southampton. Both are strong individual favourites to take three points, so there is real value in taking this boosted price bet by registering for a digital account with us.

Read on and discover specific reasons why all signs point to wins for Premier League big boys Liverpool and Man Utd…

Liverpool v Norwich
The Reds have won their last five meetings with Norfolk outfit Norwich, scoring 21 goals in the process. With a high average of over four strikes per game, that stat alone is rather frightening for Canaries supporters making the trip across the country from East Anglia.

With Rodgers resting star striker Christian Benteke for the Europa League battle at Bordeaux in midweek after his sensational overhead kick against Man Utd last time out, the big Belgian will be fresh to face Norwich – a team he has netted four times in as many starts against.

Southampton v Man Utd
Louis van Gaal can be confident of a result at St Mary’s, as the Red Devils have won nine of the last dozen encounters with their hosts. Skipper Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata have been match winners for Man Utd in this fixture previously, so those big names can deliver again.

Should one or both teams fail to win, punters will be compensated with a £20 free bet which you can use right across our mobile and digital platforms. With Coral you can’t lose, so take that tasty 10/1 price on the delectable double for Liverpool and Man Utd both to win.



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.