Everton, Bristol City and Juventus star in terrific 9/2 treble
Coral are back with another magnificent midweek special for you to enjoy!
Reap the rewards of backing this terrific trio of sides all to win, with Everton, Bristol City and Juventus all available at 9/2.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this tasty treble.
Everton v West Ham United
Roberto Martinez’s Everton, odds-on at 19/20, have won the previous five consecutive meetings with West Ham United, and have not been beaten by the Hammers since April 2007.
Earlier in the campaign, the Toffees toppled Sam Allardyce’s men in a narrow 2-1 Premier League victory at Goodison Park. Big Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku netted in the win, and is available at a tasty 4/1 to open the scoring, as he did in the last encounter.
In this third round FA Cup clash, Everton will be aiming to out-gun a Hammers side that have failed to win in their last three games, conceding five goals in those results.
The FA Cup carries a lot of importance to Everton boss Martinez, who guided Wigan Athletic to an unlikely triumph in the competition in 2013, and the Spaniard will be desperate to progress towards another impressive cup run.
Gillingham v Bristol City
Bristol City head into their Johnstone’s Paint Trophy encounter with Gillingham as odds-on 4/5 favourites, having won four of their last five meetings with the managerless Gills, including a 3-1 League One victory in December.
Matt Smith has netted three goals in his last three outings in all competitions, including a strike against Gillingham, and the clinical centre forward will be aiming to add to his tally of four goals for the season.
City’s opponents are currently struggling in 20th position in the League One table ahead of the fixture, with Steve Cotterill’s side pushing for automatic promotion from the division, currently behind league leaders Swindon only on goal difference.
Juventus v Inter Milan
Juventus, odds-on 4/9 favourites, lead the Serie A by three points, and have gone unbeaten in 11 games in all competitions, stretching back to October.
Roberto Mancini’s Inter side are struggling in Italy’s top-flight, sitting in 11th spot and in a poor run of form, after winning just once in their previous five games.
The Old Lady have won two of the last three encounters with the San Siro outfit, including a 3-1 triumph early last year. Arturo Vidal was on the score-sheet that day and is tastily available at 5/4 to net at anytime this time out.