Bayern, Millwall and Bristol Rovers in terrific 11/2 Friday treble
Go with Coral for this Friday evening treble consisting of Bayern Munich, Millwall and Bristol Rovers all to win their respective league matches, and enjoy fantastically enhanced odds of 11/2.
Bundesliga giants and title holders Bayern travel to Mainz, Ian Holloway’s Lions welcome Bolton Wanderers and Rovers host Gateshead.
Mainz v Bayern Munich
Munich have won each of their last four matches with Mainz, which is why they are heavy odds-on favourites at 2/9 to beat them again.
Pep Guardiola’s men are on a run of five victories in all competitions, with all of them being to nil, so back them to beat this opposition without conceding as well at a more enticing 4/5.
Thomas Muller, Mario Gotze, Arjen Robben and Bastian Schweinsteiger were all on target against Mainz in the last four matches, and are respective 8/13, 8/11, 8/11 and 15/8 chances to net anytime again.
Millwall v Bolton
The Lions have lost just one of their last four meetings with Bolton, and are 6/5 favourites to see them off once more.
The Trotters have only won one of their last four games in the Championship, while Millwall grabbed a confidence-boosting 1-0 away victory over Brighton and Hove Albion last time out.
Jermaine Easter and Martyn Woolford were on target last term against the Trotters, and are 2/1 and 11/4 respectively to net again anytime. Lee Gregory is Holloway’s top scorer this season, meanwhile, and is a 6/4 chance in the same market.
Bristol Rovers v Gateshead
In-form Rovers take on Gateshead, who have to travel from the far north to get to Bristol. The Pirates are without a defeat in their last eight games in the Conference, which now sees them all the way up in third place.
The Tynesiders, meanwhile, have just one win from their previous six matches, so back the hosts to win at 11/8.
Speaking ahead of the game, Rovers midfielder Stuart Sinclair said: “I’m expecting [Gateshead] to come out and try to get at us and that will allow us the opportunity to play a bit more as opposed to other times when we have been tasked with trying to break down teams who have come to our place and defended quite deep.”