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England, Spain and Sweden star in unmissable 4/1 Euro 2016 special

Coral are offering customers another sensational special offer to enjoy during the next Euro 2016 qualifying fixtures, so back this terrific treble, sit back and relax as these three heavily fancied nations strut their stuff.

Back all of England, Spain and Sweden to triumph at 4/1 in their respective qualifying group encounters and reap the rich rewards of this tantalising treble.

Roy Hodgson’s Three Lions have already qualified for France next summer, so will have no pressure on them in their clash with Switzerland, while Spain contest Macedonia and Sweden tackle Austria.

Here are even more reasons why you should back these three international giants.

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England v Switzerland
The hosts have not lost to their next Group E opponents since 1981 and are the odds-on 3/4 favourites to extend that rampant run at Wembley.

Having already secured a spot in France next year, expect the Three Lions to flourish with nothing holding them back, especially the Three Lions forwards.

Wayne Rooney levelled Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time goals record with a well-placed penalty against San Marino and the skipper is 10/3 to move ahead of the Manchester United legend with the opening strike this time out.

Macedonia v Spain
Vicente del Bosque’s Spanish side sit pretty at the summit of Group C and are the massive odds-on 1/6 favourites to overcome a struggling Macedonia outfit, who lie rock-bottom with only three points from seven games.

Spain are the reigning European champions and one of the main contenders to rule again next summer, so expect plenty of attacking prowess to shine through during their away trip to Macedonia.

With the likes of Manchester City playmaker David Silva, along with Chelsea’s in-form forward duo of Diego Costa and Pedro, Spain could potentially wipe the floor with their stuttering opponents on the road.

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Sweden v Austria
The Swedes are closing in on an automatic qualification place, having climbed to second spot in Group G, and now face a match-up with surprise leaders Austria.

Erik Hamren’s home nation are 5/4 favourites to secure another three points and push further towards a certain place in France for Euro 2016 next summer.

Erkan Zengin netted in the reverse fixture and is Sweden’s second-highest goal scorer this qualifying campaign, just behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and is 2/1 to add to that anytime this time around.