Firm announces Enhanced Multiples on weekend football to flurry of increased bets

There’s plenty going on in the top flight in England as popular firm Coral announce free bets & their new ‘Enhanced Multiples’ which are designed to appeal to their football customer base.

Its all part of a new marketing drive by the famous British brand, which is now based offshore in Gibraltar, as the the company looks to set itself apart from the competition in an already competitive marketplace.

A spokesman confirmed ” Our enhanced multiples are proving very popular with our existing customer base as well as attracting new clients – they definitely offer that all important value which is what the savvy punter is after, offering big returns on big prices.”

GIROUD & LUKAKU both to score anytime 4/1
ROONEY & SUAREZ both to score anytime 5/1

The company has announced announced four major enhanced multiples for the weekend.

The first treble involves Arsenal, Everton and Aston Villa to win.

The Gunners make the trip to Wales to take on Cardiff City and many will fancy Arsene Wenger’s side to continue their hold at the summit of the Premiership with victory in the Welsh capital.

The Bluebirds have already defeated Manchester City and held Manchester Utd to a draw, but there’s no doubt that Arsenal will be very disapppointed not to come away with a win. Frenchman Olivier Giroud has been well backed to score anytime during the game, and with a double against Southampton is sure to be on the scoresheet.

Leighton Baines may be missing but Toffees fans will be hoping Romelu Lukaku continues his fine form in front of goals as they face Stoke at Goodison.

The Chelsea loanee has three in his last four games and looks sure to be in with a great chance of finding the net, considering Stoke have shipped five goals in their previous two away trips.

Roberto Martinez’s side have only tasted defeat once all season and are fancied to continue their march up the table with three points against Mark Hughes’s side.

Aston Villa meanwhile make up the multiple and should be fancied to take three points against a disjointed Sunderland side.

Gus Poyet’s side are still rooted to the basement, and despite some encouraging home performances against Newcastle and Manchester City, the Black Cats have only taken one point on their travels all season.

On Sunday both Liverpool and Man City are expected to win with somewhat ease against Hull and Swansea respectively, however Chelsea may find life a little difficult against a stubborn Southampton side which has risen to fifth in the table.

Defeat against Basel in the Champions League midweek will have done nothing to lift confidence and there’s no doubt the Blues will feel a touch of pressure coming into this game in front of their home fans.

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