Enhanced treble: Denmark, Germany, Ukraine a tasty Tuesday bet
Aaron Cox | November 16, 2015
International football remains the main attraction this midweek, with the Euro 2016 play-offs coming to a conclusion and high-profile friendlies on show.
Coral offer an enhanced and tasty 10/1 treble on victories for Germany, Denmark and Ukraine inside 90 minutes this Tuesday, which could return a hearty £100 profit from a £10 stake.
The Danes host neighbours Sweden, while Die Mannschaft take on the Dutch and the Ukrainians travel across Eastern Europe to Slovenia.
Check out our previous enhanced trebles, or read on to discover why this brilliantly boosted price bet could come off…
Denmark v Sweden
Morten Olsen’s side face bitter rivals Sweden for a place at Euro 2016 in what will be a highly charged game. That away goal Denmark grabbed in the first-leg will give the hosts real hope of the victory they need to qualify here.
The Danes have conceded just twice in four competitive matches on home soil, so are a tough nut to crack in their own backyard. Visitors Sweden have seriously struggled on their travels in front of goal, only scoring more than once against only Moldova and Liechtenstein in their previous nine matches on the road.
Denmark have won the previous three matches in which they have hosted the Swedes without conceding a goal, and they will be confident of getting the job done inside 90 minutes.
Slovenia v Ukraine
Mykhaylo Fomenko’s team looked excellent when facing Slovenia in the first leg of their play-off showdown and, in all honesty, were good value for their two-goal lead.
Ukraine travel to Maribor with spirits high and safe in the knowledge that they are the far better team. Perfectly suited to playing on the counter, with the hosts having no choice but to go for broke, their guests will look to pick them off on the break.
The Ukrainians are undefeated in six games on their jaunts away from their motherland, conceding just a single goal in that run. Sevilla star Yevhen Konoplyanka and the excellent Andriy Yarmolenko will simply have far too much quality for an ageing Slovenian outfit still relying on veteran Milivoje Novakovic for goals.
Germany v Netherlands
World Cup holders Germany take on a Dutch side down on morale after they failed to qualify for the Euros. This should thus be easy pickings for Joachim Low’s charges, who haven’t lost on home soil in 2015.
The Netherlands have lost three of their previous international clashes and will be without their talismanic wing demon Arjen Robben for this game, after a deal was agreed with Bayern Munich not to play him in Hanover.
It’s five unbeaten for Die Mannschaft against Clockwork Orange, and with just three defeats at home since the start of 2012, it should be more misery for the Netherlands.
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