Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd a tasty 10/3 Premier League treble
With the Premier League back this weekend, Coral are celebrating by offering customers enhanced odds of 10/3 on a tasty treble which features giants Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United all to win.
The Blues battle Burnley, the Gunners travel to Crystal Palace and the Red Devils host Swansea City. Each featured team in our boosted price bet are evens or shorter to win, so to get the best value back all three. Read on to learn other reasons why this should come off.
Chelsea v Burnley
Across the Clarets’ two Premier League stints, they have suffered three defeats against champions-elect Chelsea. Couple that with Jose Mourinho’s Blues leading the table by seven points and Burnley being in the relegation zone, and it’s easy to see why the Stamford Bridge side are massively odds-on 1/6 favourites.
Diego Costa grabbed the opener at Turf Moor in the reverse fixture back in August, and is 3/1 to do so again. Branislav Ivanovic, meanwhile, fresh from netting a Champions League away goal at PSG, is a 7/1 anytime scorer chance once more.
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
As the Eagles have beaten the Gunners just twice in league history, and Arsenal have defeated Palace on 19 occasions, including all three times since the south London side came up, Arsene Wenger’s men start as odds-on 4/5 favourites for three points.
France centre forward Olivier Giroud was on target in the fixture at Selhurst Park last term, and is 5/1 to net last again.
Swansea v Man Utd
Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils travel to a Swansea side with just one win in their last seven Premier League outings, and are unbeaten in that many matches across all competitions. United, therefore, are worthy even-money favourites for victory against Garry Monk’s men, who have struggled to score since selling Wilfried Bony.
Robin van Persie bagged a brace in the last meeting at the Liberty Stadium, and the deadly Dutch striker is a 7/1 shot for a repeat performance or better here. He is also shorter at 5/4 in the anytime market.