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Sevilla, Wolfsburg and Trabzonspor star in super 6/1 special

Benefit from Coral’s cracking early Europa League offer by backing a trio of top teams all to win their upcoming clashes. Excellent odds of 6/1 are available for Sevilla, Wolfsburg and Trabzonspor all to triumph in their marvellous midweek matches.

Here’s why this sensational special bet is simply too good to miss out on.

Feyenoord v Sevilla
Spanish side Sevilla are 7/5 favourites to be triumphant on their travels and steal Feyenoord’s scalp. The Group G table toppers downed their Dutch hosts 2-0 in the previous encounter between these two teams, and are 12/1 to replicate that scoreline once more.

Midfield anchor Stephane Mbia fired home last on that occasion and is 10/1 to do so again. Meanwhile, Bathtubs top scorer Carlos Bacca is his side’s most potent threat, with seven La Liga goals already this season, making the Colombia hitman 9/5 to be on target anytime for the Europa League holders.

Wolfsburg v Everton
High-flying and fearless Bundesliga battlers Wolfsburg have emerged as a threat to Bayern Munich’s domestic dominance, and are now aiming to extend their influence to Europe.

Having notched up 11 goals in just four Europa League outings, Die Wolfe will be hungry impress home fans by punishing visitors Everton.

Leading man Kevin de Bruyne has three goals on the continent so far this campaign and the brilliant Belgium is 13/2 to draw first blood or 15/8 to fire home anytime.

After losing just one of their last 11 matches across all competitions, Wolfsburg are odds-on favourites at 5/6 to school the Toffees on their own turf.

Trabzonspor v Metalist Kharkiv
Turkish team Trabzonspor complete this tantalising treble, and are 2/5 odds-on favourites to school Ukrainian club Metalist Kharkiv.

Minnows Metalist are in a dreadful vein of form, having won just four games 17 games across all competitions this term and are currently propping up Europa League Group L.

The Ukrainian are yet to collect a point from this continental competition, so sit bottom of their pool, and have conceded six goals in four outings, giving the Turkish Super Lig team a distinct advantage.