AC Milan, Villarreal, Marseille all win in tantalising 10/1 treble
Back all of European big shots, and favourites in their respective league games, AC Milan, Villarreal and Marseille to win on their travels at earth-shattering enhanced priced of 10/1 with Coral.
Serie A table-toppers Milan make the trip to Parma, the Yellow Submarine face unfancied Granada and Marcelo Bielsa’s L’OM battle basement side Evian in a mouth-watering encounter.
Parma v AC Milan
Fernando Torres and Marco van Ginkel, summer signings from Chelsea, are both available for this match, and are 6/4 and 9/4 respectively to score anytime. Attacker Stephan El Shaarawy, meanwhile, has returned to injury and netted in the last game. He is 15/8 in the same market.
Milan go into this game off the back of a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Lazio, while Parma lost 1-0 to newly-promoted Cesena. That is why Coral price the seven-time European Cup winners favourites at 6/4 to win again.
The San Siro side have won five of their last eight league games with their fellow northern Italian outfit, with two of those being on the road to nil. They are 18/5 for a victory without conceding again, and 12/5 just to get a clean sheet.
Granada v Villarreal
Villarreal qualified for the Europa League last season, by coming sixth in La Liga, and face Granada, who only narrowly avoided the drop by two points. The away side are big favourites at evens to win.
Marcelino Garcia Toral’s Yellow Submarine were 3-0 victors last term at home, and are 20/1 chances to do so again, but on their travels. Tomas Pina and Giovani dos Santos were on the scoresheet in that fixture. However, with the latter unavailable, back his brother Jonathan to get a goal instead at 7/1. Pina is a 5/1 chance.
Evian v Marseille
Last but certainly not least in this special, are Bielsa’s Marseille. El Loco, or ‘the crazy one’ in Spanish, has given L’OM a facelift this season and installed his own magical methods including his famous 3-3-3-1 formation, and has impressed so far.
The southern French side are up to fourth in Ligue 1, and now face basement club Evian, who have only gained one point from their opening four matches. Marseille won both fixtures last term against them, and are 5/4 favourites to do so again. Three of their four victories over Evian in recent times have been to nil, and you can take odds of 13/5 for Bielsa’s boys to beat them without conceding once more.
For goals, look to Andre-Pierre Gignac, who has netted three times against this opposition for L’OM. He is 9/5 to score anytime.