Barcelona, Dortmund and Nottingham Forest star in tasty 9/2 treble
Coral are offering excellent enhanced odds, to give customers a midweek boost after the St Paddy’s Day parties have dissipated, in this terrific Wednesday treble.
So, with sunglasses and headache tablets to hand, take a punt on big-guns Barcelona, dangerous Borussia Dortmund and in-form Nottingham Forest at a nifty 9/2 all to win over 90 minutes.
Barca battle Manchester City at the Nou Camp, while Dortmund duel with Juventus and Forest enter the fray with Rotherham.
Here’s why this brilliant midweek bet is worth taking a chance on.
Barcelona v Manchester City
After bossing the first-leg on enemy ground, Barca are obvious odds-on 2/5 favourites to triumph again in their own back garden.
Having beaten the Sky Blues 2-1 at the Nou Camp last term, and also at the Etihad last time out, the Catalan club are 15/2 to repeat that scoreline again.
Luis Enrique’s boys have lost just one of their past 17 outings across all competitions and have been in fearsome form since the talented trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar began to gel.
The superstar stocked frontline tormented City in Manchester and will be aiming to do so again. With two away goals in the reverse, sensational Suarez is 9/2 to net last, while clubmate Messi 3/1 to open the scoring.
Borussia Dortmund v Juventus
German giants Dortmund are yet to lose at the Westenfalstadion this season in the Champions League, which makes them 11/10 favourites to win on home soil again.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have notched up 15 goals in seven European games this campaign, so are a fabulous 4/1 to score three or more in front of their passionate and colourful home faithful.
Rapid wingman Marco Reus struck against the Old Lady in the first leg and is 7/1 to grab glory with an opening goal, or 2/1 to be on target anytime.
Nottingham Forest v Rotherham
Forest, odds-on at 8/11 for victory, have taken the spoils from all four of their last four tussles on their own turf.
With their recent form at City Ground formidable, visitors Rotherham will surely not be relishing their trip. The Millers have been defeated in five of their last eight, and have also failed to beat Forest in their past 17 attempts.
Ex-Arsenal midfield Henri Lansbury has hit nine in the League for the hosts this season, and is 5/2 to find the net again anytime.