Croatia, Czech Republic and Iceland in nifty 9/4 treble
Coral are back to rouse customers from their midweek blues, by offering a truly tempting treble bet on exciting upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
This incredible international treble features Group A top two, Czech Republic and Iceland, plus Pool H big-guns and leaders Croatia.
So, back this terrific trio all to win at 9/4, and make your midweek one to remember. Here’s why we think this could be a potentially profitable punt.
Croatia v Norway
The brilliant Blazers are sitting pretty in Pool H, above giants Italy on goal difference, and are odds-on at 2/5 to triumph on home turf over Scandinavian side Norway.
Croatia possess an abundance of top class players plying their trade across Europe, and will be able to support sharpshooter Mario Mandzukic with a majestic set of midfield maestros, including La Liga superstars Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic.
Niko Kovac’s organised outfit are unbeaten in qualifying so far and, after racking up a terrific 10 goals in four games, are an excellent 11/4 to notch up three or more against Norway.
Czech Republic v Latvia
The Czech Republic have also never been beaten by next opponents Latvia, and will be banking on home advantage to ensure they take all three points, which they are odds-on at 1/4 to do.
Flying high at the top of Group A, the Czech’s have been somewhat of a surprise package, but continue to sweep their rivals aside with ease and are 10 points ahead of second-bottom Latvia.
Having won all their qualifiers so far and, with top post protector Petr Cech in net, the hosts are 2/5 to keep a clean sheet.
Kazakhstan v Iceland
Iceland, nicknamed ‘Our Boys’, have impressed so far to take second spot in Pool A, and are 17/20 favourites to consolidate their position with victory against Kazakhstan.
Swansea playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson has been amongst the goals for both club and country this campaign, including three of Iceland’s four outings during qualifying.
Having conceded just twice, Our Boys are 6/5 to shut out minnows Kazakhstan, who have yet to taste victory in their bid to reach France 2016.