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Tottenham, Villarreal and PSV in extraordinary 8/1 treble

Coral are offering yet another cracking midweek special, this time featuring a trio of top Europa League teams in an excellent early bet.

Benefit from brilliant enhanced odds, with Tottenham, Villarreal and PSV Eindhoven available at 8/1 all to win their respective upcoming clashes.

Spurs travel to Greece to test Asteras Tripolis, whilst the Yellow Submarine vie with Swiss side Zurich and PSV encounter Panathinaikos.

Asteras Tripolis v Tottenham
Spurs (odds-on favourites at 4/5) enter this encounter on the back of two successive victories in all competitions, so confidence should be high against a side the north Londoners smashed 5-1 last time out in the Europa League.

Tottenham are currently joint-favourites at 14/1 with Coral to win this competition, and will be keen to enhance their credentials by schooling the team from Tripoli once more.

In-form Spurs striker Harry Kane has a senior England call-up in his sights and, after hitting his first senior hat-trick against the Greek minnows, will be hungry to strike again. The youngster has scored twice in his last two games in all competitions, making him 7/1 to bag a brace or better.

Erik Lamela also hit the headlines for bagging a sensational goal last time out against this side, and is an excellent 15/8 to hit home anytime again.

Zurich v Villarreal
In their previous clash with Zurich earlier this season, Spanish side Villarreal put an impressive four past the Grasshoppers, and are 33/1 to replicate that outcome once more.

The Yellow Submarine will be eager to sink their Swiss counterparts again, with former Barcelona forward Giovani dos Santos in fine form in Europe after closing scoring against Zurich last time out. Argentina attacker Luciano Vietto and skipper Bruno Soriano have also been amongst the goals lately, and should be too much for the hosts to handle.

Panathinaikos v PSV Eindhoven
Eredivisie champions and current league leaders PSV have lost just three of their 18 matches in all competitions this season, making them 7/5 favourites to defeat their Greek competitors.

Dutch World Cup wonderkid Memphis Depay has returned and picked up where he left off after injury, and is still the Philips Stadion side’s top scorer, with seven in the league.

Dangerous Depay was PSV’s main predator last time out in Europe, and has three goals in his last three games in all competitions, making him 5/4 to net anytime.

Clubmate and compatriot Adam Maher has also been one of Philip Cocu’s leading lights. After being on target seven times in all competitions, the exciting attacking midfielder is also 9/4 to hit home anytime.