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Chelsea, Man City and Saints a phenomenal 5/2 with Coral all to win

The countdown to Christmas is well underway and if there isn’t a warm glow inside you yet, this tantalising treble should do just the trick. Coral present Chelsea, Manchester City and Southampton all to win their next respective Premier League matches at a fantastic 5/2 price.

Chelsea v Hull City
Jose Mourinho’s Blues responded to their first defeat of the season last time out in the league against Newcastle United by putting three past Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League, in a convincing victory. Expect another performance, equally as impressive against lowly Hull, who make up the last relegation spot in the Premier League.

Diego Costa can fill his boots against the Tigers and add to his tally of 12 goals this season. The Brazilian-born Spain international is offered at 5/2 to net first, while Andre Schurrle, who scored against Sporting, is 5/1 in the same market. Mourinho will also be boosted by the return of key player Nemanja Matic, who was banned against the Magpies.

Leicester City v Manchester City
High-flying Man City travel to rock bottom Leicester, with the visitors odds-on at 1/2 to win the match. Three points for Manuel Pellegrini’s side will keep the pressure on Chelsea at the top of the league, and they will be on a high after a shock 2-0 win over Roma in Italy, which guaranteed them qualification to the last 16 of the competition. Samir Nasri played out of his skin, netting the opener and is 7/1 to do so again at the King Power Stadium.

Burnley v Southampton
The Saints have shown this season that they have no problems against teams lower than them in the table, and the only matches they have lost were against Man City, Arsenal and Manchester United. An odds-on price of 4/5 suggests they are more than capable of beating Burnley. Ronald Koeman’s side haven’t lost against the Clarets in four attempts and, with Graziano Pelle netting last time out, rediscovering his scoring touch, he is well worth odds of 9/2 to break the deadlock.