Marseille, Lazio and Porto star in tempting 7/2 Euro treble

Coral customers can profit from Euro-vision, with incredible odds on offer in a wonderfully continental treble encompassing a selection of top teams across France, Italy and Portugal.

So, punters can put political affiliations aside and potentially profit by backing Europe in a brilliant boosted bet, where mavericks Marseille, lethal Lazio and plucky Porto are available at a sensational 7/2 all to win their forthcoming fixtures.

On the European agenda this matchweek, Marcelo Bielsa’s men meet Monaco, the Eagles encounter Inter Milan and the Dragons duel with Gil Vicente.

All three of our tremendous trio are match favourites and will also have home advantage, but read on to find out yet more reasons to place a stake.

Marseille v Monaco
Bielsa’s boys bounce into this battle on the back of a triumphant 2-0 win against minnows Metz, and are now 6/5 favourites to take all three points from Monaco.

Under their quirky coach’s guidance, Marseille have notched up 20 more league goals than their French principality guests and boast great forward threat in sought-after striker Andre-Pierre Gignac (9/2 to net first), and rampant wingman Andre Ayew (7/4 in the anytime market).

Lazio v Inter Milan
Lazio have record just one loss in their last 14 games across all competitions, and have been one of the surprise package in this Serie A campaign, as they push for a Champions League place.

The high-flying Eagles now host one of the season’s most disappointing sides in Inter Milan, who sit 14 points beneath them. Lazio have been beaten just once in their six previous meet-ups with the Nerazzurri and have not been slain by their guests at the Stadio Olimpico since 2010.

Italian capital club Lazio are consequently odds-on at 10/11 to steal the spoils again, with prolific marksman Miroslav Klose and exciting Brazilian starlet Felipe Anderson 9/2 and 6/1 chances to net first and last respectively.

Porto v Gil Vicente
Porto are heavily odds-on at 1/16 to vanquish visiting Gil Vicente, who reside second from bottom and look likely candidates for relegation.

The title-chasing Dragons smashed the Roosters 5-1 in the reverse, with Algeria attacker Yacine Brahimi (7/2 to strike last) and Colombian hitman Jackson Martinez (13/5 to snatch the opener), who both scored last time out, on the scoresheet then too.