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Germany, Portugal, Serbia in a fantastic 4/1 terrific treble to win

Coral are offering a tantalising treble for the continuation of the qualifiers for Euro 2016, featuring Germany, Portugal and Serbia all to win at a fabulous 4/1 price.

Germany will be looking to bounce back in style from their uncharacteristic 2-0 defeat against Poland, and encouragingly fare better in the statistics against next opponents Republic of Ireland, winning nine and losing on just five occasions.

Martin O’Neil’s men will have to guard against complacency after having it so easy in the 7-0 win against Gibraltar, and Joachim Low’s lads could well catch them out. The likes of Thomas Muller (7/2 to score first), and Mario Gotze (4/1 in the same market) are potential match winners, and could provide the difference against an Irish defence that has already conceded 34 times to Die Mannschaft.

Portugal go into their match against Denmark confident of victory after recording eight wins over their opponents, compared to the Dane’s three. In Cristiano Ronaldo, they have a goal machine, and the Real Madrid superstar is 7/2 to net the first goal. He has already scored 17 times this season, in all competitions domestically, and has 50 strikes for his country in 120 appearances.

Denmark have conceded on 29 occasions to the Navigators, so it is likely Fernando Santos’ side will find the net, and know how to protect a lead.

Serbia take on Albania in Group I, and have recorded four wins in five fixtures against their visitors with the only other result a draw. CSKA Moscow and former Manchester United player Zoran Tosic was hugely impressive last time out, and has one goal from a single outing this year for Serbia, after netting against Armenia.

He is 5/1 to score first, while Southampton’s Dusan Tadic, who has also started the season in impressive form, is 19/10 to be on target anytime, having previously hit five in 20 for country, and could carry that on against a susceptible Albanian defence.