Join Coral for a Huge 70/1 Enhanced FA Cup Acca this Weekend
It’s been a stunning first half of the Premier League season but this weekend, we take a break and welcome the oldest knockout competition in world football. The FA Cup reaches the third round stage and this is where the big clubs from the top two divisions get involved.
EPL teams will be looking to progress and Coral have taken four likely teams from the top flight and produced a massive 70/1 enhanced acca for new customers. Manchester United, West Ham United, Everton and Arsenal are the sides in question so let’s firstly take a look at their respective fixtures.
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Manchester United v Reading
All four games take place this Saturday and we’ll start with the 12:30 kick off as Manchester United host Reading at Old Trafford. The home side are enjoying a resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while the visitors are struggling in the Championship so it’s no surprise to see United available as hot favourites at 1/8 with Betway.
West Ham United v Birmingham City
After a slow start to the season, West Ham became one of the form teams in the Premier League for December. Saturday’s opponents Birmingham are in a respectable eighth place in the Championship but with home advantage, the Hammers are clear favourites at best industry odds of 12/25 with 888Sport.
Everton v Lincoln
Two seasons ago, Lincoln City went on a memorable cup run but away to Everton, the Imps are given little hope. Marco Silva’s team are clear favourites for the win at 1/7 with 188Bet.
Blackpool v Arsenal
Arsenal are the only one of our four sides travelling away this weekend in this 5.30pm kick off but once again, the bookies see this as something of a mis-match. The Gunners are favourites for victory at a top price of 1/4 with Ladbrokes.
Remember, for this bet to land, all four teams need to win in 90 minutes without the need for a replay and if you’re happy to proceed on that basis, here’s what you need to do.
Coral Sign Up
As mentioned, this is an exclusive deal for new customers to Coral and if you fit that profile, you can kick things off by completing registration. Head over from the link and complete what should be a simple sign up form that requests only the most basic information.
Send back over a secure server and you can expect to be validated and welcomed on board in just a few minutes.
From there, Coral should take you straight to their cashier to add some funds. When you arrive, note that the minimum deposit is set at £5.00 but please avoid using eWallets as the likes of Skrill, Neteller and PayPal are specifically excluded and will render the offer null and void.
The best approach is to use a debit or credit card, add £5.00 or more and you’re ready to move on to the next stage.
Staking and Profits
With funds set to clear immediately, you can then stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on this qualifying bet of Manchester United, West Ham United, Everton and Arsenal all to win when they play their respective FA Cup matches on Saturday January 5, 2019.
Note the kick off times and if, at the end of the day, all four sides have won, payment will come back to you in a two-part process which works as follows.
Expect to see an initial profit arrive in cash shortly after the final game comes to an end. This will be based on Coral’s standard price for the straight line multi which is likely to sit at around 6/4. This will be followed within 24 hours by a series of free bet tokens which will take you up to 70/1 and you will then have 4 days in which to use these tokens before they expire.
Coral have gone for four Premier League sides against lower ranked opposition here and three of those teams have home advantage. An FA Cup weekend can generally create an upset but, while this offer isn’t guaranteed to land, this looks particularly strong considering the prices available in the standard markets.
Feel free to check all terms and conditions but if you are happy to get behind this deal, those huge odds of 70/1 represent a big increase on the open betting and they’re unlikely to be beaten.