Barcelona, Juventus and Monaco star in superb 6/1 special
Coral are back with another wonderful weekend special for you to enjoy!
Back this terrific trio of European giants to triumph in their upcoming domestic league fixtures and receive brilliantly boosted odds.
Here are even more reasons why you can’t miss out on this tasty treble.
Barcelona v Atletico Madrid
Luis Enrique’s side, odds-on 1/2 favourites, are in a great run of form, having lost just once in their last seven Spanish league games, winning on five occasions. Title-chasing Catalan club Barca have also tasted victory 11 times in their previous 13 games in all competitions.
Barcelona currently trail Real Madrid by a single point at the summit of La Liga, and lead next opponents Atletico Madrid on goal difference in second spot.
The Catalan giants come into their league encounter with Atletico on the back of a 5-0 Copa del Rey thrashing of Elche, with Samba Boys superstar Neymar netting a delightful double.
Brazil’s World Cup wizard has had a successful season at the Nou Camp so far, bagging 16 goals in all competitions, and is even-money to net anytime against Atleti.
Napoli v Juventus
Juventus, 11/8 to win, are flying high at the top of the Serie A standings, boasting both the best attacking and defensive records in Italy’s top-flight.
The Old Lady are 17/5 to win to nil after striking 35 times and conceding just eight goals this league campaign.
Napoli will face a tough task, with the away side having gone unbeaten in eight league games, stretching back to last October.
Rafa Benitez’s men have fallen well behind Juventus and Roma in a race for the Serie A title, currently sitting 10 points adrift of the Turin table-toppers.
Argentina attacker Carlos Tevez netted a double in the two side’s Italian Super Cup meeting in December, and has recorded 11 Serie A strikes this term. The fantastic frontman is 5/1 to bag a brace or more at the Stadio San Paolo.
Monaco v Bordeaux
Monaco, odds-on 4/5 favourites, have won their last four French league games without conceding a single goal, while scoring six times.
Leonardo Jardim’s Ligue 1 outfit lead Bordeaux by a point in the table, having lost just once in their previous 11 domestic league outings.
In comparison, Bordeaux have been struggling lately after losing two consecutive league games, including a 5-0 hammering at the hands of Lyon last time out.
Bordeaux have defeated Jardim’s men on only one occasion in the last six encounters, with brilliant Bulgarian Dimitar Berbatov netting in the previous clash. Monaco’s magnificent marksman is available at 6/5 to net anytime.