Liverpool, Real Madrid and Napoli star in super 3/1 special
Coral are offering customers another magnificent midweek special to help ease you towards the weekend!
Back Liverpool, Real Madrid and Napoli all to win in 90 minutes at 3/1 in their upcoming domestic fixtures and reap the rewards of this terrific treble.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this tantalising trio.
Bolton v Liverpool
The rejuvenated Reds, odds-on 1/4 favourites, have emerged victorious in 10 of the previous 12 meetings with Bolton Wanderers.
Brendan Rodgers’ men have been in sensational form in recent months, winning five of their last six away games in all competitions and are unbeaten in seven Premier League outings. Liverpool are 33/20 to win to nil, having done so in their last three league games.
Daniel Sturridge handed his side a massive boost ahead of their cup clash, after returning to action and scoring within 10 minutes of his comeback against West Ham United, following five months on the sidelines.
The superb striker is 3/1 to open the proceedings at the Macron Stadium.
Real Madrid v Sevilla
The great Galacticos, odds-on 1/4 favourites, have already toppled their Spanish opponents earlier in the campaign with a comfortable 2-0 victory.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side destroyed Sevilla 7-3 last season in a rampant triumph at the Bernabeu, with Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale both bagging braces.
The Welsh winger has enjoyed a successful goalscoring campaign and is 7/2 to net two or more again against the Red and Whites.
Napoli v Inter Milan
Rafael Benitez’s Serie A side, odds-on 4/5 favourites, have not been beaten by Inter since December 2012 and have lost just once in their previous eight games in all competitions.
Napoli are currently third in the Italian top flight, 13 points and 10 places ahead of their domestic rivals, and are available at 11/5 to win to nil in their Coppa Italia encounter.
Superb Spanish striker Jose Callejon struck twice against the San Siro outfit last year and is 6/1 to bag another brace this time out at the Stadio San Paolo, against an Inter side who have one of the worst defensive records in Italy this term.