Manchester United v Wigan: Get a price boost of 28/1 on the FA Cup Holders
They are the defending champions in this competition and when Manchester United take on Wigan Athletic at Old Trafford on Sunday, a few punters will be backing the hosts at a short odds on figure. It won’t be a tempting proposition for most of us but there is far more value in this enhanced price deal from Coral.
Coral’s figures and terms
Coral’s standard book price on a United victory stands at 1/6 but under this deal, you can take that up to an excellent 28/1. If it sounds interesting, here’s what you need to do in order to claim it.
The first point to note is that the promo is for new Coral customers only so if you don’t hold an account with this bookmaker, head over to register via the promotional landing page. Sign up takes just a couple of minutes, after which you will be taken to the cashier.
When you fund into your new Coral account, you must deposit a minimum of £5.00 or currency equivalent but please use a debit or credit card to do this as the majority of eWallet facilities are excluded from this promo.
With money available, pick Manchester United to win this game and stake £1.00 which is the maximum amount allowed. Any returns at that 1/6 book price will come straight back into your account while any balance up to 28/1 will be issued as free bet tokens. If you lose however, you will still receive a free bet token worth £5.00.
Please check all terms and conditions related to this offer, particularly Coral’s free bet regulations which give you 4 days to use your tokens before they expire.
That 1/6 win price from Coral is fairly typical in the market and there is a best elsewhere of 2/11 with the likes of bet365 and Paddy Power. Having lost on the night to Hull City in the week, some punters may be wary of this offer but United have home advantage in this fixture and should have enough to overcome their opponents.
Michael Carrick, Wayne Rooney and others may not be regular starters in the league but they are international class and manager Jose Mourinho will still want to field a strong team.
As for Wigan, they won the FA Cup in 2013 but were relegated in the same year and they haven’t been back to the Premier League since. On balance, this could be one of the safer bets of the FA Cup weekend and if you agree, that 28/1 boosted price from Coral offers some serious value.