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England, Spain and Sweden an awesome 11/4 treble

With the Euro 2016 qualifiers fast approaching, Coral are offering a multitude of sensational specials for customers to take advantage of, including England, Spain and Sweden being offered at an awesome 11/4 all to win.

Slovenia v England
The Three Lions are odds-on at 5/6 with Coral to win their latest Euro 2016 qualifier and England currently top their group with a six point advantage, having claimed maximum points.

After beating Slovenia 3-1 in the reverse fixture, England will be confident of three points and, with Wayne Rooney available having scored at Wembley, fans can be confident of the skipper delivering once again. The Manchester United striker is 6/5 to strike in the anytime market.

Roy Hodgson can also call on Theo Walcott, who has returned from injury with devastating effect, and his pace will almost certainly cause the host a plethora of problems. The awesome Arsenal attacker is 6/4 to net in the anytime market.

Belarus v Spain
The visitors to eastern Europe are overwhelmingly odds-on at 1/4 to secure victory and will be more than confident having recorded a 3-0 win in the reverse last November. On that occasion, Isco scored his first international goal, while Alvaro Morata also dispatched on his debut.

They are 7/1 and 10/3 respectively in the first scorer market and the latter has had a sterling season, winning a domestic double with Juventus, while also reaching the Champions League final, in which he equalised.

La Roja have won all three of their previous matches against Belarus and will be confident of keeping up that record this time around. In-form striker, Paco Alcacer will be one to watch after an incredible season with Valencia and is 7/2 to break the deadlock.

Sweden v Montenegro
The hosts are odds-on at 1/2 to beat Montenegro, and their record scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be once again looking to be on target having done so in the reverse fixture.

PSG’s fearsome forward is 14/5 to break the deadlock, with Sweden still unbeaten in Group G. Also watch out for Marcus Berg, another credible goal threat, and offered at 4/1 in the same market.