Leicester, Tottenham and Celtic in Coral’s tasty Easter treble
Back victories for promoted Leicester at home to QPR, Tottenham who host 18th-placed Fulham and Scottish champions Celtic on their travels to Motherwell with a price of 4/1. All three sides in this treble are odds-on in the normal market, so take advantage of this fantastic offer.
Leicester v QPR
The Foxes have won three of their last five matches against QPR in the league and you can back them at 10/11 for victory again.
Nigel Pearson has already steered his side to promotion, as they sit a mammoth 15 points ahead of play-offs with four games to go.
Leicester’s have been shaky since confirming their status as a Premier League side next season, but Pearson will make sure to get his players back in the right mindset, as they have still yet to win the Championship outright. Back them to repeat their 1-0 scoreline victory over the Hoops in the reverse fixture at 13/2.
They are seven points ahead of second-placed Burnley, and are 1/66 chances to be crowned champions.
Kevin Phillips, who has four goals in his last five against QPR, is priced at 6/4 to score anytime.
Tottenham v Fulham
Six of the last seven head-to-heads between these sides in the league have resulted in Spurs victories. Back Tim Sherwood’s side at 8/15 to beat Fulham again.
A total of 12 places and 30 points separate the London clubs in the Premier League, and Tottenham still hold slight hope for a top four finish. They are seven points behind arch-rivals Arsenal, who are in fourth, and have odds of 40/1 to be in the Champions League places at the end of the season.
Emmanuel Adebayor enjoys playing the Cottagers, and has netted in a total of five in eight games against them. You can back the Togo striker at evens to score anytime against Felix Magath’s men, or 5/1 to bag a brace or more.
Motherwell v Celtic
Celtic have played Motherwell this season three times, and on each occasion have won without conceding. Odds of 2/1 say Neil Lennon’s side can get a victory to nil again.
The Hoops have beaten opposition in the Scottish Premiership 20 times in their last 22 fixtures are are 8/13 chances to win again.
For goals, put you money on club and league top scorer Kris Commons. The Scot has six in his previous six matches and has odds of 5/4 to be on target again at anytime.
Ireland forward Anthony Stokes is also on scoring form of late, with four in his last four, and is priced at 5/4 to net anytime.