Spain, Switzerland, Sweden and Slovakia in sensational 11/2 acca
Cash in on another exciting Coral offer during the international break, as European Champions Spain lead the pack in this incredible Euro 2016 qualifying acca.
La Roja, Switzerland, Sweden and Slovakia make up our fantastic four, and are available at 11/2 all to win their upcoming matches. So here’s what makes this such a brilliant bet.
Spain v Belarus
Euro holders Spain are heavy odds-on favourites at 1/14 to beat Belarus, after smashing Luxembourg 4-0 in their last outing.
La Roja are a fantastic 13/10 to score four or more again after grabbing 10 goals in their last three games. The Iberian outfit have also defeated their visitors in both past encounters between the two teams, putting six past them whilst conceding only once, which makes them odds-on at 2/7 to win to nil.
World cup winning coach Vicente del Bosque is set to debut an exciting new-look attack, with joint top Serie A scorer Jose Callejon (odds-on at 10/11 to net anytime) and Juventus striker Alvaro Morata (11/4 to be on target first) both preparing for bows.
Real Madrid superstar Isco will also be there to support the new boys, and is 7/1 to close the scoring.
Switzerland v Lithuania
The super Swiss are preparing to face minnows Lithuania for the first time in their history, but should be feeling confident after their 4-0 thrashing of San Mario last time out.
Hosts Switzerland are odds-on 2/9 favourites to take all three points, with Bundesliga attackers Xherdan Shaqiri (7/2 to score first), who was on target last time out, and Josip Drmic (11/10 to hit home anytime) set to star.
Montenegro v Sweden
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will lead his Swedish side to face Montenegro, where the PSG superstar and potential strike partner John Guidetti are odds-on at 10/11 and 6/5 to breach their hosts backline anytime respectively.
Erik Hamren’s Swedes are undefeated in their last four matches, making them favourites for the win at 13/10, whilst the hosts enter the encounter in less than fantastic form, with a loss and a draw their last two results.
Macedonia v Slovakia
Group C leaders Slovakia complete this exciting acca, and are also on their travels, where they are odds-on favourites at 10/11 to triumph once again.
Jan Kozak’s bold squad have so far taken a maximum nine points from their three qualifying games, and will be aiming to extend their perfect record.
Slovakia and Napoli skipper Marek Hamsik bagged a brace for his nation last time out, and has also been leading by example for his club, with for goals and five assists across all competitions so far.