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England, France and Brazil in 11/2 spectacular Sunday special

Coral are back with a collection of superb specials for the upcoming international friendlies, and we think this terrific treble featuring big-guns England, France and Brazil all to win at an excellently enhanced 11/2, is a sensational offer.

All three are formidable names on the world stage, and are either odds-on or strong match favourites to flex their muscles for forthcoming fixtures with thrilling weekend wins here.

So, back the Three Lions to be victorious against old rivals the Republic of Ireland, while Les Bleus battle Belgium and the Samba Boys meet Mexico.

Here are even more reasons why punters should place a stake on this top trio…

Republic of Ireland v England
Roy Hodgson’s free-flowing Three Lions have racked up seven wins in their last eight, with the other outing a draw, so will be bullish against the Republic, who could well rest players for a crucial upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland.

England are understandably 11/10 favourites to snatch glory in Dublin and defeat their Emerald Isle hosts, having not to the Green Army in any of their past four duels.

Skipper Wayne Rooney has struck six times in his last six England outings, so is fantastic value 5/4 in the anytime market, while fresh faces in the form of Charlie Austin (7/4) and Jamie Vardy (7/4) could put pressure on the Manchester United man.

France v Belgium
Les Bleus are 21/20 to school Belgium, who have beaten them just once in their last 10 clashes, who come into this encounter on the back of victory over Denmark.

France’s far superior firepower, including Arsenal goal machine Oliver Giroud (5/1 to grab the opener), Atletico Madrid attacker Antoine Griezmann (7/4 to net anytime) and lethal Lyon marksman Alexandre Lacazette (11/2 to have the final say), should give them the edge over the Red Devils.

Brazil v Mexico
Home advantage should spur the swashbuckling Samba Boys who have looked sublime under new, and old, boss Dunga, with eight wins in a row under the former defensive midfielder.

Big scalps in that run, such as Argentina and Chile, mean Mexico should not phase the hosts, who are odds-on at 2/5 to take the spoils against Mexico.

Hoffenheim hitman Roberto Firmino (10/3 to draw first blood) and Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho (5/1 to strike last) are just some of the exciting talents that will be on show for brilliant Brazil.