Liverpool, Tottenham and Celtic in magnificent Monday 2/1 treble
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Liverpool, Tottenham and Celtic are available at a terrific 2/1 all to win their upcoming clashes in 90 minutes, in yet another majestic Monday night special.
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds and Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs side are embroiled in thrilling FA Cup action against Wimbledon and Burnley respectively, while Celtic clash with Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premier League.
Wimbledon v Liverpool
Travelling team Liverpool are understandably odds-on favourites at 2/9 to return to Merseyside as victors.
Rodgers’ Reds are unbeaten in their past five games across all competitions and have won three of their last four away matches.
The Anfield outfit did a Premier League double over upcoming hosts Wimbledon the last time these two teams duelled back in 1999/2000 and will be expecting to triumph again.
Skipper Steven Gerrard bagged a brace last time out and, after news on his impending departure, will be keen to make his mark on Liverpool’s FA Cup campaign. The ex-England international is 6/4 to score anytime or 11/2 to net last.
Burnley v Tottenham
Spurs, odds-on favourites at 2/5 to beat Burnley, have been on a sensational run of late, winning five of their last six games.
After scoring 13 goals in their last six outings, including five in an eight-goal thriller against league leaders Chelsea, the visitors are 11/4 to put three or more past their hosts.
Pochettino’s men have already triumphed against Sean Dyche’s side this term, with man of the moment Harry Kane clinching the opener.
The striking starlet is 9/2 to open the floodgates again, after being instrumental in Spurs beating the Blues last time out.
Having racked up six in his last six appearances, the England Under-21 international is in fine form and will be aiming to enhance his reputation further in this FA Cup clash.
Kilmarnock v Celtic
The Bhoys boast a formidable record against Kilmarnock, having defeated them 161 times across all competitions.
Scottish champions Celtic are odds-on favourites at 3/10 to down Killie once again, after winning all of their last six encounters with their upcoming hosts.
The Glaswegian giants have scored 14 past the home team over their last four duels and will be aiming to instigate another rout.
Manchester City-owned forward John Guidetti will lead the line for the visitors and is odds-on at 4/5 in the anytime market after grabbing 11 goals so far this season.