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New customer offer: Crystal Palace enhanced odds to beat Bolton

| 17.01.2017

Get an astonishing 28/1 on Crystal Palace to beat Bolton in their FA Cup replay

The FA Cup Third Round replays are played to a finish in midweek and, here at Coral, we offer you a simply unmissable price boost on Premier League side Crystal Palace beating League One opponents Bolton at Selhurst Park on Tuesday.

Sam Allardyce’s troops had to settle for a goalless draw at the Macron Stadium first time out, but they must be fancied in front of their own fans and we’re offering a massive 28/1 on them getting the job done in 90-minutes.

To take advantage of this midweek treat simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if the home win comes good, you will receive your £/€28 winnings in free bets.

Anything can happen in the FA Cup, as we know, so Coral have you covered on that front also! If Bolton go to London and pull off a giant-killing, sticking the boot into big Sam, then it’s not game over for punters as we will give you a £/€5 free bet to use however you like. If Palace win, you win big. If Palace lose, you still win. Crazy – but true!

Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Monday 16th January and 20:00 GMT on Tuesday 17th January to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.

In his latest blog, Coral football Alan Shearer says ex-England boss Sam Allardyce was "stupid and naive" to be caught in a Telegraph sting.

Use your head and take advantage of our 28/1 on Crystal Palace to beat Bolton

Bolton’s away form gives confidence

Crystal Palace came up against a bang in-form Bolton side at the Macron 10-days ago. It didn’t matter that they were from two-levels below – the underdogs were at home, backed by a vocal support, and knew that anything is possible in the FA Cup, English football’s most romantic of competitions.

The end result was a 0-0 draw but Sam Allardyce’s side did everything but score that day, with Mathew Flamini fluffing a great opportunity while Loic Remy saw a shot crash off the post. Interestingly, despite being on the road, Palace saw a lot more of the ball than their hosts and will be eager to make better use of it at Selhurst Park.

Phil Parkinson’s Bolton are pushing for promotion from League One, with a title win still very much within their grasp, but they have been less than convincing away from home of late, losing three of their last five road trips in all competitions, all without scoring a goal. Crystal Palace, who battered Southampton 3-0 at this venue last month, will take confidence from their opponents’ travel sickness. That makes our price boost on Crystal Palace a must-have.

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