Marseille, Monaco and Montpellier star in magnifique 11/2 special
Coral are offering customers yet another sensational special to enjoy during some exciting Ligue 1 action this weekend!
You can back all of Marseille, Monaco and Montpellier to triumph at 11/2 in their upcoming domestic encounters and reap the rich rewards of these excellently enhanced odds.
All three clubs featured in this tantalising French treble are the overwhelming favourites to secure another three points in Ligue 1, so it makes sense to back the brilliantly boosted combined odds.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this sublime special.
Marseille v Angers
The hosts are the massive odds-on 2/5 favourites to overcome Angers, having gone unbeaten in their previous four matches across all competitions, including recent back-to-wins over Bastia and Groningen respectively.
In contrast, Angers have managed just a single victory in their previous outings in Ligue 1, including a 3-1 defeat to Lorient on their travels.
Things don’t get any easier for the visitors at Marseille, with the likes of 21-year-old Belgium international striker Michy Batshuayi a key danger on home soil, after four goals in seven outings so far.
Guingamp v Monaco
Monaco have only lost once in the previous four meetings with their next opponents and are 6/5 favourites to earn another victory this time around.
Leonardo Jardim’s men hold a dominant home run since the previous campaign, having lost just twice in 18 league outings stretching back to October last year.
Portuguese maestro Bernardo Silva should be a decisive attacking danger to the hosts, having followed up his impressive displays in the summer’s Under-21 European Championships with further potent performances at club level.
Montpellier v Lorient
The home side will be confident of earning another Ligue 1 victory, having been dispatched by Lorient on just one occasion in their last five domestic meetings since January 2013.
Montpellier are the 11/10 favourites to earn three points at the Stade de la Mosson, with their opponents previously starting the new term with four games without a win.