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Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg at terrific 10/3

Coral are back to warm up your weekend with a generous German treble. So relax, grab a Bavarian beer and back a brilliant trio of Bundesliga big-guns all to win their upcoming clashes.

Bold Bayern Munich, battlers Borussia Dortmund and wily Wolfsburg are available at enticing enhanced odds of 10/3 all to triumph.

League leaders Bayern hit the road and travel to Hannover, dangerous Dortmund head to Hamburg and rampant Die Wolfe encounter Augsburg.

Here’s why this tantalising treble bet is worth a chance.

Hannover v Bayern Munich
Giants Bayern have been beaten just once in the Bundesliga this campaign, so are understandably odds-on favourites at 2/9 to triumph in their battle against Hannover.

Pep Guardiola’s men won by an emphatic 4-0 scoreline in both of their last two clashes with the Lower Saxony side, so back majestic Munich at 11/1 to repeat that result, or 11/4 to score three or more.

Guardiola has a ridiculous number of top attacking talents in his ranks at the Allianz Arena, so it is no wonder the Bavarian club have struck 12 goals in their past three outings across all competitions.

Versatile, yet prolific predator Thomas Muller has bagged a brace in both of his last two games against Hannover, so back the Bayern academy product at 3/1 to score two or more again.

Poland poacher Robert Lewandowski is also a brilliant bet at 11/4 to fire home first after smashing two past the hosts earlier this season, while midfield magician Mario Gotze is 7/2 to net last.

Hamburg v Borussia Dortmund
Jurgen Klopp’s boys are odds-on at 8/15 to extend their excellent recent run of five wins out of their last six matches by sinking relegation candidates Hamburg.

Reported Premier League target Marco Reus has been in fine fettle since signing a new contract to keep him at the Westenfalenstadion for the foreseeable. The wing wizard has been on target five times in his past six appearances and is 4/1 to open the floodgates.

Meanwhile, Italy international Ciro Immobile, who grabbed two goals last time out, is 4/1 to close the scoring or 5/1 to hit another brace or better again.

Wolfsburg v Augsburg
Fifteen games unbeaten across all competitions is an impressive stat for any side, but Die Wolfe have been this season’s surprise Bundesliga package.

Wolfsburg have not lost to Augsburg in their last five duels, making Dieter Hecking’s side evens to take all three points from their hosts.

Bas Dost is currently one of Europe’s most lethal marksmen, so back the dangerous Dutchman at 7/2 to draw first blood. Blockbuster buys Kevin De Bruyne and Andre Schurrle are also 15/8 and 7/4 in the anytime market respectively.