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Bale and Hazard a brilliant 4/1 both to bag in scorer special!

The international break is not yet over, so make the most of continental Euro 2016 qualification action with Coral’s great value scorer double!

Wales superstar Gareth Bale and Belgium magician Eden Hazard are the exciting attackers to feature in this weekend wager, as their respective teams continue to compete for Pool B top spot. So, back the dynamic duo at a fabulous 4/1 both to score anytime.

Bale will be aiming to inspire the Dragons against Israel, while Hazard has the chance to steal the limelight as the Red Devils travel to Cyprus, with both players’ sides odds-on to be victors.

Here are more reasons to take this excitingly enhanced odds for two in-form forward threats…

First up, Wales’ Bale needs no introduction to audiences, especially after his recent exploits for coach Chris Coleman and co. The Dragons’ wingman, joint top scorer in Group B, has racked up four goals in his past three qualifiers for his country, including vital winners versus Belgium and Cyprus.

In such rampant form, the onus will be on visiting Israel to stop Bale from rampaging around the Cardiff City Stadium pitch. The local goal hero’s importance to Wales can not be overstated.

Also in fine form for Real Madrid, though it is when playing for his country that Bale excels, the rapid wideman just knows how to get the job done for the British Isles side, while Coleman has cannily built the team around his talisman.

Previously, Bale bagged a brace against Blue and Whites, but will surely be aiming to be even more prolific in front of raucous home fans, while Wales are 17/20 to win in a game which could secure their place at Euro 2016. The stakes are high, but Bale looks more than up to the task.

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For Belgium, meanwhile, Red Devils captain Hazard is tasked with keeping his team ticking, as Marc Wilmots’ men must keep winning if they are to overhaul the Welsh to win the group.

Hazard kept up his end of the bargain last time out against Bosnia and Herzegovina, when the Chelsea trickster notched the final of three goals. Guaranteed to step up for any penalties, the skipper is deadly when dispatching from the spot.

Premier League fans know just how cool and composed the Belgian talent can be when closing in on net, and Hazard’s skills should be crucial in unlocking minnows Cyprus’ defence.