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AC Milan, Porto and Athletic Bilbao feature in incredible 11/4 treble

Coral go continental again with this tasty European treble, where customers can capitalise on some exciting enhanced odds.

So, make a sensational start to the weekend by backing this trio of terrific teams from Italy, Portugal and Spain. Giants AC Milan, big-guns Porto and plucky Athletic Bilbao are available at a brilliant 11/4 all to win their respective clashes.

Here’s why punters could profit from this majestic Mediterranean bet.

AC Milan v Cagliari
Odds-on favourites at 8/11 to take all three points, Milan have been defeated just once in their past five outings and will be keen to keep climbing the league table.

Minnows Cagliari have not been able to sink Italian royalty the Rossoneri in their last 24 attempts and are currently embroiled in a relegation battle.

Milan also did the double over their upcoming visitors last campaign and the San Siro side will be aiming to thrill home fans with triumph on home soil.

Top Rossoneri scorer Jeremy Menez and on-loan marksman Mattia Destro are the same price at 4/1 to fire home first, and last.

Nacional de Madeira v Porto
Title chasers Porto are odds-on at 2/5 to sweep aside Nacional on their travels after triumphing for five games in a row across all competitions.

The defiant Dragons may be missing sidelined dangerman Jackson Martinez, but Cameroon attacker Vincent Aboubakar has stepped up to strike twice in his last two outings, and is 7/2 to grab the opener for the second game in a row.

Coupled with an impressive supporting cast, including BBC African Player of the Year Yacine Brahimi, and on-loan La Liga talents Casemiro, Cristian Tello and Oliver Torres, Aboubakar and Porto should pick off their hosts with ease.

Athletic Bilbao v Almeria
Impressive Basque Country club Athletic Bilbao have won all of their last four La Liga outings, so are understandably odds-on favourites at 1/2 to take all three points from their encounter with Almeria.

The visitors are hovering just above the relegation zone and are without victory in five, while the Basque boys should be firing on all cylinders in front of passionate home fans at the San Mame stadium.

Electric attacker Aritz Aduriz has struck three times in his past three appearances, making the Spanish sharpshooter a fantastic 4/1 to bag a brace or better, or 7/2 to get the scoring underway.