Germany, Northern Ireland and Denmark star in fantastic 3/1 special
Coral are back with another sensational international special offer for customers to enjoy this weekend!
Back Germany, Northern Ireland and Denmark all to triumph at 3/1 in their respective Euro 2016 qualifying clashes and benefit from these excellently enhanced odds.
All three sides featured in this tantalising treble are massive odds-on favourites to secure yet another three points in their attempts to qualify for the showcase event in France next summer, so it makes sense to back this enhanced special.
World champions Germany will come up against Poland, while Northern Ireland face a trip to the Faroe Islands and Denmark do battle Albania.
Here are even more reasons why you should get on this terrific treble!
Germany v Poland
Joachim Low’s dominant 2014 World Cup winners are huge odds-on 3/10 favourites to overcome Group D leaders Poland on home soil, having rallied to within a single point of their opposition in second place.
The Germans have lost just one of their opening six qualifiers, including four victories and a single draw, and will be confident of overtaking the Poles at the summit of their group.
Bayern Munich marksman Thomas Muller will be the key dangerman for the hosts and he is 4/1 to open proceedings, having become his nation’s top scorer in qualifying with five strikes in as many outings.
Faroe Islands v Northern Ireland
Michael O’Neill’s Green and White Army are odds-on 8/11 to dispatch their inferior counterparts on the road, having been the surprise package in qualifying so far, moving within touching distance of a place in France.
Northern Ireland have rampantly moved up to second place in Group F, only a single point behind leaders Romania and will be confident of reaching their first major tournament since 1982.
Kyle Lafferty becomes a different beast when donning his international colours and he is 4/1 to strike first and add to his five goals already in qualifying.
Denmark v Albania
The hosts here are odds-on 7/10 favourites to comfortably ease past Albania, having moved second behind Portugal in Group I.
Denmark possess the firepower capable of toppling their opponents without much hassle, Nicklas Bendtner and Christian Eriksen within their ranks.