Back

Liverpool, Celtic and Aberdeen star in tantalising 9/4 northern treble

Coral cast an eye north and offer customers enviable enhanced odds on Premier League giants Liverpool plus Scottish duo Celtic and Aberdeen.

The Reds, Bhoys and Dons are in action in three fascinating Thursday fixtures and are available at a nifty 9/4 all to triumph over 90 minutes in their respective clashes.

Read on to find out why punters should pounce on this super special.

Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool
The Merseyside men have lost just once to Blackburn in their past 24 tussles, so are understandably odds-on at 8/13 to sweep the Championship club aside.

Liverpool have an abundance of attacking talent ready and willing to dismantle Rovers’ rearguard, and are 5/2 to smash three or more past a defence that has been breached 50 times in the Championship this term.

Dangerman Daniel Sturridge is 5/2 to bag a brace or better, while contract rebel Raheem Sterling and Brazil wizard Philippe Coutinho are 3/1 and 6/1 to grab the first and last goals respectively.

Celtic v Partick Thistle
The Bhoys are heavy odds-on favourites at 2/11 to put Partick to the sword, after hitting a terrific 10 past them over just three games this campaign so far.

Scottish giants Celtic hold an emphatic head-to-head record over their visitors, having racked up an impressive 147 triumphs to Thistle’s 33 across all competitions.

Manchester City-owned Sweden sharpshooter John Guidetti struck a hat-trick against the Jags earlier this season in the Scottish League Cup, and is now a superb 7/2 to bag a brace or better again.

The Glasgow juggernauts have kept a clean sheet in all of their last four games on the trot, and are also odds-on at 4/5 to win to nil once more.

Aberdeen v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
The Dons are sitting pretty in second place after losing just one of their last seven league games, and are odds-on at 4/6 to sink Inverness, who stand eight points behind the Granite City club.

Aberdeen have already done a double over the Highlands outfit this campaign, and have been defeated in just one of their last seven duels against them.

Fierce frontman Adam Rooney has been enjoying a purple patch lately, just like his English namesake, and has struck four times in his past five outings. So, back the Irish attacker at a fantastic 4/1 to fire home first.