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PSG, Valencia and Sporting Lisbon in late European Sunday special

Coral are offering another early season late European league Sunday special, with terrific odds of 10/3 available for continental giants PSG, Valencia and Sporting Lisbon all to win their respective matches.

The Parisians travel to Monaco, Los Che host Deportivo and the Lions are on the road to Academica.

All three clubs in this offer are either odds-on or even-money favourites for victory in their respective games, so back this brilliant bet now! However, if you are still not completely convinced, here are more reasons to pile you money on…

Monaco v PSG
Principality club Monaco are PSG’s so-called nearest rivals in Ligue 1, but the fact is that they haven’t beaten the French champions in the last eight meetings in all competitions. The visitors are, therefore, even-money favourites to triumph again.

The likes of Edinson Cavani and Lucas Moura have both scored against Les Rouges et Blancs in recent seasons, and are respective 19/10 and 23/10 chances to do so again. New summer signing Angel Di Maria, meanwhile, is 13/5 in the anytime market.

Valencia v Deportivo
Los Che have not lost at home to Depor in the last decade, a fantastic record, which is why they are the heavy 1/2 odds-on favourites for victory once more.

Dani Parejo and Paco Alcacer helped Valencia to a 2-0 win at the Mestella against Deportivo last term, and can be backed at 7/4 and 4/5 respectively to net anytime. Others to look out for are former Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo (10/11) and ex-Bolton Wanderers loanee Rodrigo Moreno (6/5).

Academica v Sporting Lisbon
Portuguese capital club Sporting (2/5 odds-on favourites) are unbeaten in their last 10 head-to-heads with Academica, who finished just two places above the drop zone last season in the Primeira Liga.

The visitors have a number of top talent to see them through this match, with the likes of Islam Slimani, William Carvalho and former Premier League players Alberto Aquilani and Bryan Ruiz on their books.