Terry Flanagan V Derry Mathews Coral Enhanced Odds Offer: 6/1 Flanagan, 10/1 Mathews

There is yet more top class boxing this weekend as Terry Flanagan and Derry Mathews finally meet in Liverpool. Coral have got a great offer for this fight that offers new customers enhanced odds of 6/1 on Flanagan or 10/1 on Mathews so if you fancy a bet on this WBO lightweight title fight, Coral is the bookie to use.

It’s a simple offer: join Coral, pick your man, bet £5 and get either £30 in free bets or £50 in free bets depending on who you fancy. You also get your £5 stake back in cash and even if you lose you still get a £5 free bet, so this is a brilliant promotion.

Coral Flanagan v Mathews Offer Terms and Conditions

This is a fairly simple offer and essentially we’ve already detailed all you need to know. However, once more, the basic steps to follow are below, or check out the full conditions of the offer at the Coral site.

  1. Join Coral
  2. Back Flanagan at 6/1 or Matthews at 10/1
  3. Max bet £5 at enhanced odds
  4. Winnings paid in free bets
  5. Money back as free bet if you lose
  6. Use free bets to make small fortune and fund holiday/beer/yacht!

Flanagan v Mathews Betting Tips and Odds

This fight should be a cracker and whilst Flanagan is a big favourite, at normal odds of just 1/6 with Ladbrokes, there is certainly a decent chance of an upset. Mathews is priced at best standard odds of 5/1 with Bet365 and with the Man City/Liverpool rivalry adding more fuel to the fire this should be an explosive battle.

Mathews is a veteran campaigner and his experience could prove crucial but we have to favour Flanagan, whose class should ultimately see him prevail. Backing the champion to win on points could prove prudent and with 888sport offering new customers triple odds on their first bet (any bet, max stake £10) you could get odds of 6/1 on that. If you think the underdog will prevail on points, 888’s triple odds offer means you can get a massive 36/1 on that but, as said, we think the champ will retain his belt in Liverpool.