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Netherlands, Belgium and Norway all to win at thrilling 9/4

Coral are offering fabulously enhanced odds of 9/4 for all of the Netherlands, Belgium and Norway to beat inferior opposition in their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifying fixtures.

Clockwork Orange host footballing minnows Latvia, the Red Devils welcome Chris Coleman’s Wales and the Scandinavian nation travel to Azerbaijan.

Netherlands v Latvia
These two nations’ one and only meeting was just over a decade ago, with the Dutch winning 3-0 that day. They are heavily odds-on at 1/7 to beat the Eastern Europeans again, and 5/1 by that scoreline.

Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder are the only survivors from the side who featured in that match for Clockwork Orange, and they are 10/11 and 13/8 respectively to net anytime.

Belgium v Wales
The Red Devils have won three of their last four meetings with Wales and never lost at home against them. Marc Wilmots’ team are, therefore, are odds-on home favourites at 2/7 to win again.

Belgium have really become a force in world football in recent years, producing top talent, and look no further than superstars Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard. The former Chelsea clubmates are 10/11 and 5/4 in the anytime scorer market respectively.

Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen and another ex-Blues player Kevin De Bruyne have both found the net against the Dragons in the past, and can be backed at 7/1 and 7/4 to get goals anytime.

Azerbaijan v Norway
Norway beat Azerbaijan in both their previous head-to-heads, and without conceding. The Scandinavians are evens favourites to win again, and 2/1 shots to do so to nil.

In-demand Martin Odegaard, who is still just 15 years old, has been called up for his nation again, and could be in line to earn his fourth cap. He is a 3/1 chance to net his first international goal.

Tarik Elyounoussi and Havard Nielsen have both found the net this qualifying campaign, and are respective 11/5 and 5/2 shouts in the anytime scorers market.