Lazio, Monaco, Tottenham a tantalising Europa League treble

Holly Thackeray | November 25, 2015

Lazio, Monaco and Tottenham in sizzling Europa League special

Coral have a real treat for customers seeking a spectacular midweek wager, with a tremendous treble up for grabs featuring Europa League big-guns Lazio, Monaco and Tottenham all to win at an excellently enhanced price of 11/2.

With Christmas coming up, a little extra cash to plump punters’ pockets would not go amiss, so backing three match favourites in the Eagles and Spurs plus Red and Whites could potentially prove profitable. The rewards are there to be reaped, but read on for many more reasons to take this terrific bet on a trio of top European teams. So, don’t miss out on such spectacular Europa League action…

Lazio v Dnipro

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Unbeaten in their four Europa League fixtures so far, winning three, Eternal City outfit Lazio are understandably odds-on 3/4 favourites to sink Ukrainian club Dnipro at the Stadio Olimpico.

Having struck nine in those aforementioned encounters, the Eagles boast an abundance of attacking threat, with the likes of Felipe Anderson, Antonio Candreva and Filip Djordjevic all dispatching in the continental competition so far.

The Romans are rampant at home, in front of a fervent fanbase, and have been beaten just once in the Italian capital this campaign, further enforcing their credentials for victory against a stuttering side that have won only one of their past five across all competitions.

Monaco v Anderlecht

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Again, French principality club Monaco are odds-on favourites at 17/20 to emerge with the spoils, as they host Anderlecht on home turf.

The Purple and White could only dream of having the same ample finances as their competitors, and come into this clash on the back of two defeats, including a Europa League loss at the hands of English hopes Spurs. In fact, Anderlecht have had little luck in this continental competition so far, having recorded just one win in four.

By comparison, Monaco remain undefeated in this tournament and have lost just one of their last 11 tussles across all competitions.

Tottenham v Qarabag

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Spurs have surged to the top of qualifying Group J and have notched three more strikes than any other club in their pool, so should be far too potent for Azerbaijani outfit Qarabag.

Evens for a win on the road, Tottenham will expect to have few troubles on their travels after toying with upcoming hosts the Horsemen at White Hart Lane. Mauricio Pochettino’s men ran out 3-1 winners there, and scored four in their last match against West Ham United, so will feel confident with Harry Kane and co in cracking form.


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