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Customise player bets for weekend’s key clash between Man City and Chelsea

| 03.12.2016
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Customise player bets for Man City v Chelsea

Thanks to the latest and innovative way to enjoy a punt on the Premier League games that matter to you from Coral, you can now enjoy customise player bets for a new wide range of options!

Punters can make the most of this new betting function, available anytime at your fingertips, for Saturday’s key Premier League encounter between Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad!

For a full guide on how to enjoy this incredible new feature then read our easily outlined steps here, then read on to see which five customise player bets we’ve specifically tipped for Saturday lunchtime’s top-flight tussle.

Hazard and Silva to make minimum 149 passes

Back Silva and Hazard to make a combined 149 passes minimum during the clash.

Back Silva and Hazard to make a combined 149 passes minimum during the clash.

There is set to be a host of attacking talent on show on the blue half of Manchester this weekend, including Chelsea star Eden Hazard and City’s dynamic playmaker David Silva.

Both players are vital to any success gained and this match-up will be no different, so back them as part of our statistics bets to make a combined 149 successful passes during proceedings at 12/5.

Moses and Sterling to have 147 combined touches

Sterling has looked sharp in recent outings, as well as fellow wideman Moses.

Sterling has looked sharp in recent outings, as well as fellow wideman Moses.

Width could play a key role in this Saturday scuffle, meaning Antonio Conte favourite Victor Moses and Pep Guardiola’s dangerman Raheem Sterling should be firing on all cylinders again.

Punters can, therefore, back a promising 13/10 price for both these widemen to enjoy a combined 147 touches of the ball or more throughout the domestic clash.

Matic to provide more assists than Gundogan

Matic has returned to top form this term.

Matic has returned to top form this term.

Over to our head-to-head battles as part of the new customise player bets and we have selected a tasty 19/10 stake to back between Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic and Ilkay Gundogan.

The former has been in great form of late in the heart of Chelsea’s central areas, so back him to provide more assists than German midfield opposition Gundogan during their match-up this weekend.

Costa to have more shots than Aguero

Costa has been clinical as usual this campaign.

Costa has been clinical as usual this campaign.

Both Diego Costa and Sergio Aguero have been in clinical form this season and look set to continue their respective runs at the Etihad, though it’s the visiting frontman that could see you earn a profit.

Backing the Brazilian-born Spaniard to have more shots on goal than his Argentine opponent at 8/5 is definitely worthwhile, following his 13 strikes in 18 outings on all fronts this current campaign.

Luiz to make more tackles than Otamendi

Luiz has impressed upon his return to Chelsea, so back him to out-tackle Otamendi.

Luiz has impressed upon his return to Chelsea, so back him to out-tackle Otamendi.

In the backlines, Brazilian defender David Luiz is a promising 9/5 to make more tackles than fellow South American centre back Nicolas Otamendi.

As part of Conte’s three central defenders, Luiz has been flourishing with plenty of teammates around him in the rearguard, and his love for a challenge should see this selection come off this Saturday afternoon.

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Lee Gormley

Lee joined the Coral team in 2014 after studying at Leeds Trinity University, having moved across the water from Ireland, and has plenty of industry experience from his time with various news outlets in both England and Northern Ireland. After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Sports Journalism, he has since become an important member of the talented sports desk, passionately covering boxing, football and snooker, among many other sports. Lee is also a massive Manchester United and Republic of Ireland fan, but curbs any bias during his work, and outside of his job can be found regularly taking part in sport himself, such as boxing, GAA and football.