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Man City, Real Madrid and Werder Bremen all to win at thrilling 3/1

Coral are offering fantastically enhanced odds of 3/1 for all of European sides Manchester City, Real Madrid and Werder Bremen to win their respective league games.

The Sky Blues travel to Premier League strugglers QPR, Champions League winners Real host Madrid neighbours Rayo Vallecano in La Liga and Bundesliga outfit Bremen welcome Stuttgart.

QPR v Man City
City have won four of their last five games in all competitions against the Hoops, losing none, and are odds-on at 1/2 to do so once more. The Sky Blues scored exactly three times in all of those victories, and are tempting 6/4 chances to net that many or more again.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men have also won four out of their last five matches this season in the Premier League, while QPR languish down in 19th place after losing four of their previous five.

The Chilean head coach can look to Sergio Aguero for goals, as the Argentine attacker leads the scoring charts this term with 10 in as many games. Back Aguero, therefore, odds-on at 4/7 to net again anytime, and 2/1 for two or more.

Real Madrid v Rayo Vallecano
If facing the world’s best football team wasn’t bad enough, Rayo have to face them at the daunting Bernabeu. On top of that, Real have won each of their last 12 La Liga meetings with the visitors. Which is why they are so heavily odds-on at 1/14 to beat them again.

Carlo Ancelloti has really turned Los Blancos into such a dominant force, and his side currently lead the way this campaign, following a recent El Clasico victory over Barcelona. Real have already smashed in 37 goals in their 10 games this term, so take a punt on them winning 5-0, as they did here against Rayo last season, at 11/1.

Main man Cristiano Ronaldo has quite simply run riot in all competitions, netting 17 in just nine La Liga matches. He has eight goals against this opposition, meanwhile, and is a 7/4 chance to score first.

Werder Bremen v Stuttgart
Bremen are undefeated against Stuttgart in their last four Bundesliga games, and their previous seven at home, so are 7/5 favourites for victory again.

Stuttgart were thrashed at home last time out in the league against Wolfsburg, so are a team in low confidence. Bremen have won their last two in all competitions, meanwhile.

For goals, look to former Chelsea and Wigan Athletic striker Franco Di Santo, who has six Bundesliga strikes this season. He is 5/4 in the anytime market.