Both teams are outside of the Champions League places at the time of writing but are very much in the hunt for the top four. Therefore, there is much riding on the game when the two sides meet at Wembley stadium this Saturday and if we see at least one yellow card, Coral can pay new customers at excellent enhanced odds of 50/1.
How It Works
The process itself is a very simple one and as this is exclusively for new customers to Coral, the first step is to register for a new account. This can be done quickly and easily by heading across to the sign up page and inputting just a few basic details in a procedure that should take up no more than around two minutes of your time.
From here, you will need to add some funds to cover the bet so, when you are taken to the cashier’s page, please deposit at least £5.00. This is the minimum amount required and we suggest using a debit or credit card as a number of eWallets – Skrill, Neteller and PaySafe – are excluded from the deal and will render it null and void if used.
Using a debit or credit card should also see your money being made available straight away and you can then move forward and make the bet. Stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on this special punt of at least one yellow card to be issued when Spurs play Arsenal at Wembley Stadium on Saturday February 10, 2018.
This is the early kick off, starting at 12.30 pm and it’s covered by Sky Sports in the UK if you want to watch it live. At the end of 90 minutes, if at least one player has gone into the book, payment works in two steps.
Payment and Potential Consolation
There is a consolation lined up too because, if no yellow card is shown during the match, Coral will issue a free bet token worth £5.00. Feel free to check the full terms on the bookmaker’s promotions page but please also note that those free bet tokens must be used within 4 days so remember to look out for them.
Betting on discipline markets has become increasingly popular in the modern era but because yellow cards are so common, it isn’t possible to take the equivalent punt in the open market.
It is often possible for punters to bet on a red card and on yellow cards for certain players but with some time left before this game kicks off, those particular markets have yet to fully open.
As for the chances of this landing, when the two teams met at the Emirates earlier in the season, Arsenal ran out 2-0 winners in a match that saw five yellow cards issued by referee Mike Dean. That’s a fairly typical stat for a hotly-contested match and while nothing is nailed on, this looks a very strong promo with a huge price boost at stake for new Coral account holders.