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Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Juventus in enticing 16/5 teatime treble

Coral are offering another Saturday teatime treble, with terrifically enhanced odds of 16/5 for all of away sides Arsenal, Atletico Madrid and Juventus to win their respective league matches.

The Gunners travel to relegation battlers Burnley in in the Premier League, defending La Liga champions Atleti are on the road to Malaga and Serie A title holders Juve face Parma away.

All three teams featured in this special are odds-on favourites for victory, which is why you should back this brilliant bet now! But here are more reasons to pile your money on…

Burnley v Arsenal
Arsenal were last beaten by Burnley in the league in 1974, and have won their previous two against them. On top of that, they are the in-form team of the English top flight, having claimed victories in each of their previous seven matches, and now find themselves up in second. Back them odds-on at 4/7 to triumph at Turf Moor too.

The Gunners ran out 3-0 winners against the Clarets in the reverse fixture this season, with Alexis Sanchez bagging a brace. The Chilean is 5/4 to score anytime again, and 5/1 for two or more.

Malaga v Atletico Madrid
Diego Simeone’s side are also in great form, as they are unbeaten in their previous seven in La Liga and have won their last three, including most recently against David Moyes’ Real Sociedad. Atleti have defeated Malaga in four of their last six meetings, losing none, meanwhile, and are odds-on favourites at 19/20 to triumph once more.

Prolific French attacker Antoine Griezmann netted against the Anchovies at the Vicente Calderon Stadium earlier this season, and is 6/5 in the anytime market.

Parma v Juventus
This is a clash between top and bottom, with Juve a massive 57 points ahead of financially-troubled club Parma. The Turin titans have lost just one match all season from 29 fixtures, and thrashed the Crusaders 7-0 at home in Serie A this term. They are heavily odds-on at 1/5 for victory again.

For goals, back Carlos Tevez and Spaniards Fernando Llorente and Alvaro Morata, who all bagged braces in that game, at 8/13, 10/11 and 4/5 in the anytime market respectively.