New Customer Offer: 25/1 Arsenal
Saturday’s FA Cup price boost
Non-League history-makers Lincoln get their day in the sun when taking on Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday evening, live in front of the BT Sport cameras from 5.30pm. The tie has caught the imagination of punters, and it’s the focus of our latest new customer offer.
Coral are handing out 25/1 on Arsenal to beat Lincoln on Saturday in the FA Cup in London. No, that wasn’t a mistake – we think the Non-League side’s fairytale will end, and are giving our customers a massive price boost on The Gunners. Lincoln have done incredibly well, but they’re going out, and you’re going to get a big price winner from the occasion!
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Arsenal beat Lincoln, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
Arsenal were eliminated from the Champions League by Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening, and are down in fifth in the Premier League, well out of the title race. That means the FA Cup remains The Gunners’ only shot at silverware, in what could be Wenger’s last season too. They should field a strong side, and will win on Saturday, boosting your betting balance by 25/1 in the process. We are sure of that, but just for house-keeping reasons, we’ll tell you that if Arsenal fail to beat Lincoln, we’ll give you a £/€5 free bet to use as you like. It won’t come to that however!
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 9th March and 17:30 GMT on Saturday 11th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Gunners take aim on the FA Cup
Arsenal’s final chance of picking up silver this season is the FA Cup, and they won’t be denied that by a bunch of upstarts from the Non-League, certainly not in front of their own fans, and certainly not after the humiliation of being hammered in the Champions League.
Wenger will want to rest a couple after Tuesday’s exploits against Bayern Munich, after such an emotional night at this venue, and it’s doubtful Sanchez will play. His future looks bleak at the Emirates, with Wenger determined to show everyone he has complete control of the situation. Arsenal are short-priced favourites for the win – and so they should be – but not here. Here they are a massive 25/1, and you can’t afford to miss that!