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Germany, Scotland and Denmark in 7/2 international treble

To celebrate the international break, Coral are offering fantastically enhanced odds of 7/2 for all of Germany, Scotland and Denmark to win their respective friendlies on Wednesday evening.

The world champions host Australia, the Scots entertain fellow British nation Northern Ireland and the Danish Dynamite welcome USA.

All three countries features in this special are either odds-on or short-price favourites, and have home advantage. Here are some more reasons to back this brilliant bet.

Germany v Australia
This duo have faced each other four times before in history, with 2014 World Cup winners Germany claiming three victories from those meetings. In two of those triumphs Die Mannschaft netted four goals, so back them heavily odds-on at 2/11 to beat Australia again and 21/10 to score four or more.

Thomas Muller is Germany’s main man up front, and the Bayern Munich attacker, who has 26 international strikes to his name, is 6/5 to be on target anytime, as he did against the against the at the 2010 finals.

Lukas Podolski, meanwhile, has two goals to his name in matches with Australia, and is a 15/8 chance in the same market.

Scotland v Northern Ireland
This is one of the most played international fixtures in history, as the duo have met 92 times before, with Scotland winning 62 of them. However, most of those matches took place in the last 19th and early 20th century.

More recently, since 1992, they have dueled three times, with the Scots being undefeated and yet to concede. They are odds-on favourites at 8/11 for victory again and 17/10 to do so to nil.

Gordon Strachan has called up a talented attack, with the likes of Steven Fletcher, Jordan Rhodes (both evens to net anytime) and Steven Naismith (5/4) all set to feature at Hampden PArk.

Denmark v USA
These two nations have met just once in Denmark, in their most recent head-to-head, with the hosts winning 3-1. They are 11/10 favourites for victory again, and 22/1 chances to do so by that scoreline.