Choose your own EPL enhanced odds offer

The English Premier League is back in full swing this weekend with some important games following the midweek Champions League and Europa League action. Sportsbook Coral has a special offer for new customers where they can choose their own enhanced odds. Bettors can select Manchester City to beat West Bromwich Albion at odds of 5/1, Arsenal to beat Newcastle United at 6/1 or West Ham United to take down Sunderland at odds of 7/1. In addition, if your wager loses you’ll receive 20 pounds/euros in free bets from Coral. The maximum wager for the enhanced odds special promotion is five pounds/euros. Click here for terms and details.

Man City hosts West Brom at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, March 21. City enters the weekend in second place with 58 points from 29 games and are six points behind league-leading Chelsea, who also have a game in hand over City. Man City is just one point ahead of Arsenal, two up on Man United and four in front of Liverpool. West Brom sits in 13th place with 33 points. They’re level with Crystal Palace, two behind Newcastle and a pair of points ahead of Everton.

Newcastle hosts Arsenal the same day at St. James’ Park and they enter the weekend in 11th place with 35 points. They’re two in front of Crystal Palace and West Brom and four points adrift of West Ham. The Gunners sit in third place with 57 points and are seven behind Chelsea, one back of Man City, one in front of Man United and three points up on Liverpool.

The last match of the enhanced odds tripleheader sees West Ham hosting Sunderland at Upton Park in London. The Hammers are hanging onto 10th place with 39 points and are three points behind Stoke City, one behind Swansea City and four ahead of Newcastle. Meanwhile, Sunderland just sacked manager Gus Poyet and replaced him with 67-year-old Dutch veteran Dick Advocaat. The club is in 17th place with 26 points, just one in front of  Burnley and three up on Queens Park Rangers. On the bright side, they’re just two points behind Aston Villa and Hull City.