Back Tottenham, Aston Villa and Hull in princely 10/1 PL treble!
Welcome the weekend in style with another cracking Coral treble bet featuring a trio of Premier League teams being offered at excellent enhanced prices.
Tottenham, Aston Villa and Hull City are available for lucky punters to back at a terrifically tempting 10/1 all to triumph in their upcoming tussles.
The title may have already been taken by Chelsea, but there is still plenty of intrigue to potentially profit from in the Premier League. Spurs prepare to duel with Stoke City, while Villa vie with West Ham United and the Tigers battle Burnley.
All three ambitious clubs have different aims but are all favourites to clinch the spoils with Coral. Here are more reasons to place a stake on this super special.
Stoke City v Tottenham
Spurs are 6/4 favourites to sink Stoke at the Britannia Stadium, where they have triumphed on four of their last visits. Still in the hunt for European football, Tottenham have it all to play for, while the Potters are secured of their top tier safety but without a win in their last two.
Maurichio Pochettino’s men have far superior firepower, with leading scorer Harry Kane, Danish dangerman Christian Eriksen and wing wizard Nacer Chadli respective 5/4, 11/4 and 7/2 prices in the anytime market.
Aston Villa v West Ham United
The Villans have lost just one of their past seven clashes with West Ham at Villa Park, so Tim Sherwood’s side are understandably 19/20 favourites to taste victory again on home turf.
Villa have been in fine form of late, emerging victorious from three of their last four across all competitions, including scalping Merseyside men Liverpool and Everton. The Hammers, however, have won only two of their previous 14 outings.
Christian Benteke (7/2 to fire home first) should bully the Londoners’ backline after grabbing eight goals in his last six games, while unexpected attacking menace Tom Cleveley (11/2 to net anytime) has scored in two on the trot.
Hull City v Burnley
The Clarets’ return to the Championship could be sealed should they fall to hosts Hull at the KC Stadium, which they are evens to do.
Bottom dwellers Burnley have not recorded a win in six, while Steve Bruce’s side have managed to rack up two victories in their last three to give themselves realistic hope of survival.
Dame N’Doye will be determined Hull’s dangerman and is 6/1 to draw first blood, while sharpshooter Nikica Jelavic is the same price to strike last.