Liverpool, Arsenal and Sunderland in fantastic 4/1 treble
Coral return with another marvellous midweek treble, offering excellent enhanced odds of 4/1 for Liverpool, Arsenal and Sunderland all to win their upcoming matches.
So back this terrific trio and stand a chance of boosting your bank balance just in time to enjoy an indulgent Valentine’s Day.
Liverpool v Tottenham
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League games and will be hungry for victory against a Spurs side they have slain on their past four attempts.
Liverpool, odds-on at 4/5 to win, have smashed 15 goals past Tottenham in their last four clashes, so back them at 11/4 to score three or more.
Having kept four consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League and shutting out Spurs during their last three duels, the Anfield outfit are also available at 13/5 to win to nil.
Skipper Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling are 5/1 and 13/2 to net first and last respectively, whilst exciting starlet Jordan Ibe is 11/4 in the anytime market after impressing in the Merseyside derby.
Arsenal v Leicester City
The Gunners, odds-on favourites at 2/7 to triumph, have been beaten just three times across all competitions on home turf this term, making the Emirates a tough place to travel.
Lacklustre Leicester, meanwhile, have enjoyed just three wins on the road and continue to prop up the Premier League table on a meagre 17 points.
Mesut Ozil has been amongst the goals lately, striking twice in his last two games, and is 6/1 to fire home first against the Foxes. France frotman Olivier Giroud is also superb value at 7/2 to bag a brace or better.
Sunderland v QPR
Gus Poyet’s boys are odds-on favourites at 10/11 to sink QPR, who are still without a manager. Sunderland have not lost any of their last four games across all competitions, so should be full of confidence as they clash with the Hoops.
The Black Cats have been benefiting from Jermain Defoe’s addition in the winter window and the former Spurs striker has found netted in two of his past three outings.
Back Defoe at 6/5 to be the danger-man again and grab a goal anytime, or take a chance of 5/1 for Steven Fletcher to open the scoring.