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England, Ukraine and Russia in super 7/2 international treble

Coral continue to celebrate the international break with another brilliant bet up for grabs. Enjoy enhanced odds with this tantalising treble, and back England, Ukraine and Russia at a sensational 7/2 all to win their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.

England v Slovenia
The Three Lions are aiming for their fourth successive victory, and are heavy odds-on favourites at 3/10 to achieve that by beating Slovenia in front of a packed Wembley faithful.

An array of exciting attackers should be on show for England to thrill the home fans, with Ross Barkley and Theo Walcott (the latter is 5/4 to be on target anytime) returning to the Three Lions fold after injury.

Top English Premier League marksman Saido Berahino has also finally been rewarded with a senior call-up and is a fantastic 4/1 to net two or more against the minnows, after bagging seven goals in 11 league outings for West Bromwich Albion.

The Three Lions are now spoilt for choice upfront, with skipper Wayne Rooney, Raheem Sterling and Arsenal duo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Danny Welbeck also all vying for a spot.

England face The Boys in sparkling form, after notching up eight goals in their last three outings, and also hold a historical advantage over their visitors, having beaten them in all previous encounters.

Luxembourg v Ukraine
Ukraine travel to face the Red Lions, and are odds-on favourites at 1/4 to leave with Luxembourg’s scalp, after winning two of their last three qualifiers.

The hosts are currently propping up Group C, having failed to take three points from any of their games so far, whilst Ukraine arrive on the back of two wins on the trot.

Long-linked with Premier League moves, leading Yellow-Blue stars Yevhen Konoplyanka (3/1 to score first) and Andriy Yarmolenko (11/10 to net anytime) are favourites to fire home for the visitors.

Austria v Russia
Russia, whose humble nickname is The National Team, have every reason to be confident heading into this encounter, in which they are 7/4 favourites.

The visitors have beaten their hosts on eight past occasions, and have not been defeated in their last four outings.

Artem Dzuyuba has been top scorer for Fabio Capello’s men during qualifying, with two in his last three, making him a 13/2 to grab the opener against Austria.