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Neymar and Lewandowski a thrilling 3/1 anytime scorer double

Coral are back with an outstanding Champions League special, featuring Neymar and Robert Lewandowski to score anytime with odds of 3/1.

Neymar’s Barcelona take on Ajax at home, with the Brazilian striking sensation having netted nine in as many appearances across all competitions this campaign, including one in the Champions League so far, and last time out against Eibar in La Liga.

With messieurs Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Pedro, as well as talented youngsters Munir El Haddadi and Sergi Roberto pulling the strings behind him, he has every chance of being given the opportunity to find the net. Neymar also has 20 goals in 41 in continetal competitions (Champions League and Copa Libertadores), translating to almost one every two matches.

Boss Luis Enrique recently spoke of his team’s attacking talent, eluding to Neymar’s importance: “I always expect the best version of every player. Whether it is Neymar, Sandro, Munir or whoever. My objective is for them to be the best.

“Obviously [the media] concentrates on the goals, but I look on more than the goals. Goals are the most difficult thing in football, but we need more things from the players who score, and they are giving us that.”

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich visit Roma, with star striker Robert Lewandowski set to lead the line. The Pole has four goals in the Bundesliga this season, and with Mario Gotze orchestrating play behind him, has every chance of finding the net.

Lewandowski netted 18 goals in 35 Champions League appearances for Borussia Dortmund, and is raring to go, despite concerns that he may have picked up an injury on international duty for Poland against Scotland last week when he was clattered by Gordon Greer.

Coach Pep Guardiola said of Lewandowksi recently: “I am very satisfied with Lewandowski’s performances. He has had two to three chances in each game.

“He is a very intelligent striker and always finds himself in the right position. He doesn’t have as much space here at Bayern as he was used to at Dortmund. They played on the counter-attack more often.”