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Tottenham, PSV and Twente in terrific 5/2 treble

Coral are offering fantastic odds, with Tottenham, PSV Eindhoven and Twente available at 5/2 all to win the first legs of their respective Europa League qualifiers.

Spurs clash with AEL, whilst Phillip Cocu’s side face Soligorsk and Twente take on Karabakh Agdam.

AEL Limassol v Spurs
Spurs are odds-on at 4/9 to defeat minnows AEL, having only lost one of their last seven European away games.

Cypriot side AEL were sent packing after their Champions League qualifying defeat to Zenit St Petersburg, and are unlikely to fare any better against the north Londoners. Ivaylo Petev’s team were beaten 3-0 in the second leg, and Spurs are available at 9/1 to put three past them in this encounter alone.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men got off to a winning start in the Premier League, with debutant Eric Dier netting the winner over West Ham. The young defender is now 16/1 to score anytime and continue his good run.

Emmanuel Adebayor was Spurs’ top scorer last season, with 14 goals overall, including two in as many matches in Europe, and is available at 3/1 to fire home first.

PSV Eindhoven v Soligorsk
Dutch giants PSV welcome Belarusian side Soligorsk to the Philips Stadium with a formidable recent record. Cocu’s side are in scintillating form, having won all four of their competitive games this term, scoring a jaw-dropping 13 times.

These electrifying attacking displays included a swashbuckling 6-1 victory over Breda. Eindhoven are 80/1 to repeat that scoreline in this encounter, and odds-on at 1/5 to win.

Star man Memphis Depay, coveted by Europe’s elite after his displays for the Dutch national team during the World Cup, bagged a brace in his last outing. One of PSV’s top scorers last term, he has already scored four league goals this season, and will be looking to add to his tally against Soligorsk.

Karabakh v Twente
Twente, odds-on to win at 19/20, take on Azerbaijan outfit Karabakh, who have failed to win or even score in their two previous outings this term, conceding three times.

Coach Alfred Schreuder has not seen his side defeated this campaign, and they are 15/8 to keep a clean sheet in this encounter. The Dutch club are 18/1 to score their first goal in the 81-90 minute bracket, with two of their three goals scored so far this season having occurred in that period.

Former Feyenoord and Inter Milan frontman Luc Castaignos, still only 21, is a key man to keep an eye on. One of Twente’s top scorers, he netted 14 Eredivisie goals last campaign and could terrorise the Karabakh backline.