Netherlands, Wales and Belgium in 9/2 Euro 2016 qualifying treble
Start a new week off right with Coral, where customers can get a boosted price of 9/2 on Euro 2016 qualifying wins for the Netherlands, Wales and Belgium.
Guus Hiddink’s Clockwork Orange take a trip to Iceland, while the Dragons battle Cyprus at home and Marc Wilmots’ Red Devils are away in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The former two featured nations are individual odds-on favourites, while Belgium are also a short price, so your best bet is to combine them in this tantalising treble.
Here are some other reasons to pile money on this enhanced offer.
Iceland v Netherlands
The Dutch are unbeaten in 10 previous encounters with this opposition, winning nine, so it’s no wonder they are odds-on at 8/13 for three points. Record Netherlands scorer Robin van Persie features in a tasty 10/3 scorer double alongside Wales wing wizard Gareth Bale, and the Manchester United man netted last in the 3-1 win over Kazakhstan.
Even midfield destroyer Nigel de Jong, once of Manchester City, has a goal against Iceland on his CV. He is 15/2 to be on target again anytime here. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is Hiddink’s alternative striking option, and is even-money in that market, and 4/1 to score first or last.
Wales v Cyprus
Chris Coleman can be confident of victory on home soil here, as the Dragons have always beaten this nation when hosting them in Wales. This is reflected in the odds-on price of 2/5 for Bale and company to win.
The Real Madrid forward has three in as many internationals, making him even-money in the anytime market, and sensational value in that 10/3 scoring double alongside Van Persie. You can also back Bale to net two or more at 4/1, but this matchday special has a maximum stake of £20. This enhanced price is double the usual market.
Bosnia v Belgium
Wilmots’ World Cup quarter-finalists face a trip to Eastern Europe where they are 5/4 favourites to pick up three points. Belgium warmed up for this with a 7-0 demolition of Andorra. Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele has hurt Bosnia before by scoring against them, and he is a 6/1 shot to net again anytime.
Everton striker Romelu Lukaku and Chelsea wideman Eden Hazard were rested with this match in mind. These star turns can make the difference, and are 5/4 and 15/8 respectively to be on target in Bosnia.