Marseille, Monaco and Montpellier a magnificent 5/1 all to win

Go with Coral for the first French Ligue 1 treble of the 2015/16 season, by backing Marseille, Monaco and Montpellier at a magnificently enhanced 5/1 price all to win their respective fixtures on Saturday night.

Marcelo Bielsa’s boys battle Caen at home, cash-rich club Monaco travel to Nice and La Paillade welcome newly-promoted Angers.

All three teams in this tasty treble are odds-on or short-price favourites in their respective encounters, so back this brilliantly enhanced bet now! Here are more reasons why you should pile your money on…

Marseille v Caen
With L’OM, who finished fourth last term, losing just one of their last five meetings with Caen, they are the heavy odds-on favourites to claim a home victory at 1/2.

For goals, Michy Batshuayi, Romain Alessandrini and Florian Thauvin top Marseille’s anytime scorer market at evens, 6/5 and 5/4 respectively.

Former Premier League players such as Lassana Diarra (15/2), Javi Manquillo (9/1) and Abou Diaby (7/2), meanwhile, could also all feature for the hosts.

Nice v Monaco

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Last season’s Champions League quarter-finalists Monaco begin their domestic league campaign against fellow south coast side and near neighbours Nice, who have won just once in their last eight home matches against them.

The principality club are 23/20 favourites, therefore, and back the likes of talented stars Anthony Martial (5/4) and former AC Milan attacker Stephan El Shaarawy (7/4) to score anytime. Ex-Everton striker Lacina Traore, meanwhile, is a 5/4 chance.

Montpellier v Angers
These two teams have not met in recent times, with Angers only just being promoted to the French top flight for the first time in over 21 years. The hosts are predictably odds-on favourites at 8/11 to see them off.

Montpellier, who finished a respectable seventh in Ligue 1 last season, can call upon a whole host of attackers for this clash. The likes of Kevin Berigaud, Anthony Mounier (both 5/4), Ryad Boudebouz and Souleymane Camara (both 6/4) will all be looking to get amongst the goals.