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Coral have announced a massive enhanced odds offer for the FA Cup 5th Round tie between Manchester United and Preston North End. They are offering Man United at a HUGE price of 7/1 to win the match.
The game takes place at Preston’s Deepdale Stadium on Monday night, 16th February with the match kicking off at 7.45pm. Click the voucher below to get the code and claim the offer.
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7/1 is a massive price for United to win this match, the actual best price you can get when viewing the match market on Oddschecker is actually 1/2 at Stan James, so the 7/1 you are getting at Coral is a ridiculous enhancement!
The offer is available from 16:00 (4pm) on Friday 13th February and runs right until kick off on the day of the match, i.e. 7.45pm on Monday 16th February.
You can watch the match live on TV as it is being shown in the UK on terrestrial TV on BBC One so you don’t even need a Sky subscription to get this match live. This is a top offer for new customers at Coral and is certainly a good way to spice up the match on a quiet Monday night!
Manchester United come into the game in good form on paper, having lost only once in 18 games and would appear to have too much attacking strength for Preston. United were fairly poor in the recent home match against Burnley, but still found a way to score 3 goals and win the match 3-1. I’d expect to see the same sort of result here, people are getting on Louis Van Gaal’s back a bit for the playing style but it can’t be argued that he’s steering United through a tricky stage and still looks set to achieve Champions League football next year and potentially an FA Cup success.
Preston for their part contain a few recognisable faces up front including ex-Bolton and England striker Kevin Davies, though at the age of 37 and with only 1 league goal this season his powers have clearly waned. He can still be a handful and the physical striker will look to unsettle United’s slightly shaky defence. Preston also have ex-Everton striker Jermaine Beckford who looks to be Preston’s biggest goal threat alongside Sylvain Ebanks-Blake, the ex-Wolves striker who has not really got going yet at Preston.
So you can see Preston do have some strikers of pedigree, though most could be classed under ‘shopworn’ a little. United did struggle a bit with Cambridge in the last round, but I think they will have learnt and come on from that so I doubt Van Gaal and his men will be treating this match lightly in any way.
A bet on United at 7/1 is highly recommended, the enhancement is the best around this weekend and gives you a chance to get over £35 into your Coral account for only an initial £5 bet.