Both teams show attacking intent but can be poor defensively so the neutral should be in for a classic. And, new customers to Coral might be able to enhance their enjoyment of the game with a welcome promo that can land enhanced odds of 33/1 in the event of a Liverpool win.
33/1 sounds like a seriously good price but how does that compare in the standard result betting? If you were a regular customer to Coral then you would currently get 8/13 on a Liverpool victory while the best odds elsewhere come from BetFred who are quoting 7/10.
To complete that market, the draw comes in at a best of 10/3 with BetFred again while a win for West Ham United can be picked up at a top price of 23/5 with MarathonBet. The bookies certainly think, therefore, that Liverpool are the sensible bet here and if you agree, here’s how the process works.
When you arrive at the cashier’s page, you will be asked to make a minimum deposit of £5.00 and we recommend using a debit or credit card to do this. Certain eWallets are excluded from this offer so be sure to use a card and you should also find that your funds are available immediately.
When those funds appear in your account, stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on Liverpool to beat West Ham United when these two teams meet at the London Stadium on Saturday November 4, 2017.
If that bet comes in, you will be paid out in two clear steps.
If Liverpool win this game then profits at Coral’s book price at the time the game kicks off will come straight back to you as cash. The balance, up to that quoted price boost of 33/1, will then hit your account as free bet tokens.
If the bet fails and West Ham win or the game ends up as a draw, Coral will give a consolation prize in the shape of a £5.00 free bet token. Those are the main points but you can check all terms and conditions and please note that those free bets have a short shelf life of 4 days so use them quickly before they expire.
Liverpool are a short odds on figure but they have had some issues this season and lost 4-1 away to a strong Spurs side last month. They are, however, sixth in the table, 10 places and seven points ahead of West Ham who are hovering above the relegation zone.
Of course this is a gamble but a price of 33/1 reflects that and if you were backing Liverpool on Saturday, that figure will be tough to beat.