New customer offer: Man Utd a terrific 12/1 to beat West Ham
Robbie Purves | May 9, 2016
Take advantage of Coral’s amazing 12/1 price boost on Manchester United beating West Ham United during the Hammers’ Upton Park farewell this Tuesday!
Simply sign up on mobile, online or Coral Connect, then place a €/£5 stake on the Red Devils to triumph, and be paid a sweet €/£60 in free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if Louis Van Gaal’s men record three points.
This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 13/8, so be sure to snap it up quickly while you can!
Coral’s delightful deal gets even better as, if this wager does not come off, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our digital platforms.
This is just one of many new punter promotions we regularly run, so check our other excellent sign-up incentives.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 17:00 BST on Monday, May 9th until the following day at 19:45 BST when the clash kicks off.
Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as the Old Trafford outfit look to chase down neighbours Manchester City in pursuit of a Champions league berth. The red side of Manchester look set to be celebrating three points on Tuesday night, so to discover why, read on…
Rooney to ruin bubble-blowing farewell
Wayne Rooney has enjoyed clashes with the Hammers throughout his career. A 17-year-old Rooney made his England debut at the Boleyn Ground in 2003, he netted a 14 minute hat-trick in a 4-2 comeback victory en route to the Premier League title in 2011, and in 2014 produced a genius 50-yard goal.
The England captain has scored an incredible 12 goals in 19 matches against the east Londoners and will look to take this form into the crucial clash. United sit just two points off City with a game in hand, and three points would put the ball firmly in the Red Devils’ court in their pursuit of fourth place.
Man Utd are 12 games unbeaten against West Ham in all competitions, and Slaven Bilic’s boys were subject to a 4-1 humiliation by Swansea City last time out.