Wednesday Night Football : Suarez, Rooney Negrado anytime goalscorer attracting attention at 7/1 report unit
Luis Suarez, Alvaro Negredo and Wayne Rooney are priced at 7/1 to all score anytime tonight with Coral, who release a new free bets offer for punters.
This enhanced price is an exclusive to Coral, who report there is significant interest in this special with all three strikers in blistering form for their clubs.
A spokesmane for Coral commented : “Liverpool and Luis Suarez have the relatively easy task of defeating Norwich at home, with Luis Suarez scoring six goals in three games against the Canaries, whilst Wayne Rooney and Negredo have been finding the net consistently in recent weeks. We hope the 7/1 on offer will give that little bit extra value for out customers”
SUAREZ, ROONEY, NEGREDO TO SCORE
Firm announces 7/1 Suarez, Negredo, Rooney treble
Well known brand Coral have announced they are offering free bets worth £50/€50 to all new customers this week, plus are offering a stand out price of 7/1 if Wayne Rooney, Luis Suarez & Alvaro Naegredo score anytime!
Premier League punters are certainly in for a midweek treat with a full set of top-flight action to feast eyes on, with nine fixtures available for bettors to enjoy.
Arguably, the pick of action comes from the Liberty Stadium, where the TV cameras are in attendance as in-form Newcastle take on Swansea, who have struggled at home in the Premier League of late having won just one of their last 11 league games in south Wales.
Meanwhile, Newcastle have won their last four games and they can match Arsenal’s 2013-14 record of five consecutive PL wins if they take all three points in Swansea.
At the prices, the Magpies look like a very interesting punt too. Alan Pardew’s rampaging side, who have beaten Chelsea, Tottenham, Norwich and West Brom in the run, are trading at 12/5 for the win while Swansea are favourites at 6/4.
Toon striker Loic Remy has scored eight goals in his last nine Premier League appearances and also assisted a goal in the weekend victory over West Brom. He also looks a decent proposition at 6/1 to score first.
Premier League title contenders Chelsea travel for a tricky away day at Sunderland, who have won all three of their home games in all competitions under Gus Poyet.
The Blues can be backed at 4/7 to win, which does look very skinny.
Title rivals Manchester City will look to end their shoddy run on the road at West Brom. Manuel Pelligrini’s men have already lost four games away from Manchester this season but have scored 25 times in their last six games and the Baggies have shipped 10 in their last five.
Odds-on backers at 13/20 should see a maximum return on sassy City.
Plus, West Brom have won none and lost six of the last seven Premier League matches against Manchester City.
A positive reaction is expected from Fulham’s undeniably talented squad following the dismissal of Martin Jol and hiring of the very popular Rene Meulensteen and they look huge value to beat Spurs, who have gone four Premier League games without a win (W0 D2 L2).
The west Londoners are struggling to keep clean sheets but with the likes of Dimitar Berbatov and Bryan Ruiz in attack, they can be trusted to give Spurs a game.
The 5/1 for them to nick all three points looks a great bet as does Berbatov to score any time against his former club at a huge 7/2.