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Netherlands, Italy, Bosnia a tasty 10/3 treble in Euro 2016 qualifiers

Three World Cup finalists start their quest to reach Euro 2016 on Tuesday, and Coral offer enhanced odds of 10/3 on the Netherlands, Italy and Bosnia and Herzegovina all earning victories.

Guus Hiddink’s Dutch side are away to the Czech Republic, while Antonio Conte’s Azzurri are in Norway and Bosnia battle Cyprus at home. Here’s why this boosted price is your best bet to round off the international break.

Czech Republic v Netherlands
The Dutch won 2-0 on their last visit to Prague, and a repeat scoreline is 17/2. Hiddink is even-money to get the first victory of his second spell in charge of Clockwork Orange here.

Netherlands national captain Robin van Persie will be looking to impress Manchester United and former Dutch boss Louis van Gaal following the signing of Radamel Falcao. The Red Devils striker is 6/5 to score anytime for his country here.

Hiddink has recalled Barcelona-owned winger Ibrahim Afellay following his loan move to Greek champions Olympiakos. Back this talented player to rediscover his form with a goal in this game at 10/3.

Norway v Italy
Conte steered the Azzurri to a 2-0 victory in his first game in charge, and they are 13/2 to record a repeat result here. Italy are odds-on at 8/11 to beat Norway.

Borussia Dortmund summer signing Ciro Immobile netted the opener in his country’s last outing, and is 4/1 to do so again. Roma frontman Mattia Destro could join him in attack as Conte employs the 3-5-2 formation that gave Juventus great success.

It’s even-money Destro does damage to a transitional Norway team by scoring anytime here. Daniele De Rossi has a goal when previously paired with this opposition, and the combative midfielder is worth considering at 5/1.

Bosnia v Cyprus
This is a first-ever meeting between these two nations, and Bosnia start as odds-on 2/9 favourites to take three points. Edin Dzeko has netted on his last couple of international appearances, and is 5/2 in both the first and last scorer markets here.