Germany, Northern Ireland and Greece in groovy 4/1 treble
Coral have exciting enhanced odds on offer for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers, with top teams Germany, Northern Ireland and Greece all starring in this sensational Saturday special.
The World Cup winners, Green and White Army and Pirate Ship are available at a fantastic 4/1 all to win their respective games.
Joachim Low’s boys battle fierce rivals Poland, whilst Northern Ireland host the Faroe Islands and Claudio Ranieri’s team face Finland.
Poland v Germany
The World Champions have never lost to bitter rivals Poland and are odds-on favourites at 1/2 to emerge victorious yet again. The German juggernaut have won to nil on three of their last five encounters with the White and Reds, and are 33/20 to do so once more.
Thomas Muller; Die Mannschafts’s top scorer at the World Cup, was back to his usual antics last time out and bagged a brace in the 2-1 victory over Scotland. The Bayern Munich hitman is 5/1 to hit home two or more again, or evens to net anytime.
Joachim Low’s triumphant team will be going for the kill, making super sub Andre Schurrle and World Cup winning goal hero Mario Gotze 5/4 and 7/4 to get a goal anytime respectively.
Northern Ireland v Faroe Islands
The Green and White Army have already been quick out of the blocks in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, defeating Hungary 2-1, and are odds-on favourites at 1/4 to make it two wins on the trot by beating the Faroe Islands.
Kyle Lafferty struck the closing goal last time out and is 4/1 to do the same again, or evens to get on the scoresheet anytime against a leaky Faroese side who have conceded 10 times in their previous four outings.
Hosts Northern Ireland have yet to lose to the Nordic side in four encounters, and won 4-0 in their last clash; a scoreline they are 12/1 to mirror.
Finland v Greece
The Pirate Ship have lost just twice in their last eight games, and are 13/10 to steer their way to success against Finland.
Greece made their nation proud with their performances against the odds at the World Cup, and new boss Claudio Ranieri will be keen to see their infamously miserly defence in action against Finland. The former European Champions are 6/4 to keep a clean sheet, or 13/5 to win to nil.
The Eagle-Owls last lost to Greece back in 2008, with the Pirate Ship putting two past the Nordic outfit. Ranieri’s men are now 2/1 to repeat that and score two or more again.