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Liverpool, Villarreal and Hamburg in tasty 6/1 teatime treble

The January sales may be packing up on the high street, but you can still grab a brilliant bargain with another of Coral’s tempting teatime trebles.

Liverpool, Villarreal and Hamburg are available at a sensational 6/1 all to emerge victorious in their upcoming clashes.

Read on to hear why the majestic Merseysiders, Yellow Submarine and Red Shorts are such a terrific shouts to triumph.

Everton v Liverpool
If there’s one fixture that brings the best out of Liverpool, it’s the Merseyside derby against bitter city foes Everton.

The Anfield outfit, 5/4 favourites to win, have not lost to their cross-town rivals in their last nine duels across all competitions, and have struck eight times against them in their past three battles.

Liverpool’s thirst for goals against the Toffees should stand them in good stead this season, as Roberto Martinez’s shaky defence has conceded 35 times already this term.

Skipper Steven Gerrard has scored twice in his last two outings against Everton and is 11/4 to be on target again anytime, whilst returning goal hero Daniel Sturridge is 5/4 in the same market.

Villarreal v Granada
The Yellow Submarine are hot on the heels of Sevilla and Valencia in the quest for a Champions League spot, and are odds-on favourites at 1/3 to take all three points against Granada.

Vivacious Villarreal have won four of their last five outings across all competitions and should have far too much quality to be troubled by their relegation-threatened opponents.

Granada have triumphed on their travels just once this term, meaning Yellow Submarine strikers Gerard Moreno and Luciano Vietto, who are 7/2 and 14/5 to net first and last respectively, should sink them with aplomb.

Hamburg v Hannover
Bundesliga big-guns Hamburg round off this tempting treble as they face Hannover, who they are 23/20 to beat. The Red Shorts hold the head-to-head record with 21 league triumphs over their upcoming visitors.

Hamburg have won their last three duels on home turf against Hannover and have not lost to them at the Imtech Arena since 2004, conceding just four in nine as hosts, which makes them great value at 2/1 to keep a clean sheet.

Top attacking threats include Croatia’s Ivica Olic and former Tottenham and Real Madrid star Rafael Van Der Vaart, who are 2/1 and 9/4 to net anytime respectively.