Win over £4,200 off £1 from our nifty New Year 12fold football acca
Coral’s New Year 12fold acca
Fancy winning over £4200 from £1 to give you a little boost over the New Year? Coral have compiled a mega acca to keep punters entertained while bringing in the New Year with a collection of fixtures from December 31 to January 1. With football taking place action across the country, we’ve included Premier League, Championship and Scottish Premiership fixtures.
So, if you’re looking to start 2017 with a bang, be sure to checkout our whopping 12fold acca…
Old Firm to share spoils
With just one defeat in their last 13 games, Rangers come into the clash with Glasgow rivals Celtic undefeated in 10 home games. Expect Mark Warburton’s men to have a happy Hogmanay, avoid defeat and share the spoils at 27/10* with Coral.
Terriers to hound Blackburn
David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town have won each of their last four outings and possess the second best home record in the Championship. Expect a routine win over Blackburn at 7/10*.
Derby to dominate Latics
Unbeaten in their last nine games, with eight wins in that run, second bottom Wigan Athletic look like three-point fodder at 4/7* to be defeated.
Hammers can fell Foxes
Defending Premier League champions Leicester City have just one win in their previous seven games in all competitions, while West Ham United have won three on the bounce. Hammers are a generous 13/5* to triumph at the King Power.
Saints to sink Baggies
Southampton put up a good fight against Tottenham until they had a player sent off. Expect Saints to get back to winning ways against West Bromwich Albion at 3/4*, a side that has suffered consecutive losses.
Red Devils to blast Boro
Unbeaten in their last nine league games, with five consecutive wins in all competitions, Manchester United are playing their best football in years. Middlesbrough could be on the receiving end of yet another triumph at 1/4*.
Shared spoils at Turf Moor?
Burnley possess the sixth best home record in the league, but David Moyes’ Sunderland are showing signs of life headed by Jermain Defoe. The sides are 11/5* to be level after full-time.
Blues juggernaut to roll on
It’s hard to look past a Chelsea win at 1/4* after the side won 12 consecutive games. It appears increasingly likely Antonio Conte’s Blues will run away with the title.
Cherries to pile more misery on Swans
Swansea have won just once in their last four games and have just sacked their manager Bob Bradley. Expect Bournemouth to take advantage of their turbulent present, and so are 8/5* to triumph.
Reds could run rampant
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 15 home encounters against Manchester City and are 13/10* to collect three points at Anfield again.
Spurs to sting Hornets
With four wins from five Prem games, Spurs come into this in fine form. Tottenham have won the last five meetings between the two and are unbeaten in the fixture against Watford since 1987. Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 7/10* to win on New Year’s Day.
Gunners poised to seal spoils
Crystal Palace haven’t won this matchup since 1994 and, with Arsenal 21 points ahead of them in the league, doesn’t look like the run will end in 2017. The Gunners are 1/3* to continue their fine form in this encounter.
*All odds and potential returns correct at the time of writing.