Brazil, Colombia and Mexico make for a sensational 7/2 treble
With the latest round of Euro 2016 qualifiers over, Coral bring you a stunning special featuring Brazil, Colombia and Mexico all to win at a fantastic 7/2 price, as attentions turn to end of year international friendlies.
Brazil are heavily odds-on at 4/9 to beat Austria, having dismantled Turkey last time out 4-0, with Barcelona’s Neymar bagging a brace. The 22-year-old is 7/4 to score two or more, while Willian, who also struck in Istanbul, is 10/3 in the anytime market. The Samba Boys have won five against the Europeans, who have failed to record a win, with the South American side scoring 12 goals against them.
Neymar, meanwhile, has been talking about the start he has had to his season, and when asked whether he was at his best right now, he said: “I think so! I’m very emotional. It’s another country, another stadium to keep in my heart,” he continued following the Turkey victory.
“I didn’t expect this, I couldn’t be happier. But I always want more. I don’t want to remain at this level. Things are flowing now.
“We have great players, not only with the Selecao, but in Brazil as a whole. Players keep coming in and out but we never lose rhythm. We were great out there tonight!”
Colombia are also in action against Slovenia, who lost 2-0 to England last time out. Odds-on at 5/6, Jose Pekerman’s side, are the strong favourites. The Coffee Growers won 2-1 in their previous match, beating fellow impressive World Cup performers the USA.
Sevilla’s Carlos Bacca netted against Jurgen Klinsmann’s team, and the 28-year-old is in deadly form at the minute, having scored eight goals in 16, across all competitions for his club this season.
James Rodriguez, who took the World Cup by storm, transferred his fine form to new club Real Madrid, where he has contributed six goals and assists to the Bernabeu boys.
Mexico are heavily odds-on at 8/13 to beat Belarus, who were trounced 3-0 by Spain in their previous match, while the Aztecs stunned the Netherlands with a 3-2 victory. Carlos Vela bagged a brace and was simply outstanding, while Javier Hernandez getting the other.
With such sensational striking talent on display for these Latin American nations, this enhanced treble is a sure fire bet.