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Lazio, Valencia and St-Etienne all to win at 9/2 in European treble

Back top European teams and favourites Lazio, Valencia and St-Etienne all to win their respective home league games with Coral to enjoy enhanced odds of 9/2.

The Italian capital club take on Udinese, Los Che challenge Cordoba and the Massif Central French side entertain Bordeaux in these Thursday evening games.

Lazio v Udinese
Rome-based side Lazio have won three out of their last four meetings with Udinese, including both fixtures last season in Serie A, so back the Eagles odds-on at 5/6 to beat them again. In those three victories, the Eagles scored twice or more, and they are priced at evens to do so again.

Italy international attacker Antonio Candreva scored from the spot in both matches against his former club last term, and he is a 23/10 chance to net anytime again. Recent World Cup record breaker and winner Miroslav Klose, meanwhile, has already been on target this term in the Coppa Italia, and is 9/2 to get the last goal.

Valencia v Cordoba
These two sides have not met in recent history, with visitors Cordoba taking part in La Liga this season for the first time since the 1971/72 campaign.

Valencia have certainly started the term in style taking 10 points from a possible 12 to take them up to second in the league, including winning their last three matches, while the Andalusian outfit are yet to taste victory. Therefore, back the hosts odds-on at 4/11 to beat Cordoba.

Paco Alcacer, Pablo Piatti and Daniel Parejo have contributed seven of Valencia’s 10 La Liga goals this term, and they are 23/10, 17/10 and 13/5 respectively to net again anytime.

St-Etienne v Bordeaux
St-Etienne have lost just one of their last nine home games against Bordeaux, and are 11/10 favourites for victory once more.

Christophe Galtier’s Greens have won four of their last six matches this term and find themselves up in third place, three points ahead of PSG.

Attacker Roman Hamouma scored first in this fixture last season, and he is a 6/1 chance to do so again. Norwich City loanee Ricky van Wolfswinkel, meanwhile, is still waiting for his first goal for St-Etienne, so back him at 2/1 to net anytime.