Manchester City, Celtic and Wolfsburg star in 11/4 weekend special
Coral are offering customers another sensational special to reap the rewards of during a wonderful weekend of Premier League, Scottish Premiership and Bundesliga action!
Back Manchester City, Celtic and Wolfsburg all to triumph at 11/4 and potentially earn some extra cash to enjoy during your well-earned weekend break.
All three sides featured in this tantalising treble are massive odds-on favourites to secure another three points in their latest clashes, so it makes sense to back these excellently enhanced odds.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this terrific trio.
Manchester City v QPR
Last season’s Premier League champions are odds-on 2/9 favourites to topple relegation strugglers QPR at the Etihad, as they come into this latest encounter on the back of three consecutive victories.
Their opposition have endured a complete contrast in form and fortunes, having won just one of their previous 10 league outings, including a current run of four matches without picking up three points.
Second-placed City are still fighting for that coveted automatic Champions League place and will hope topscorer Sergio Aguero can continue his rampant run. The Argentine famously scored the title-winning goal against QPR in 2012 and is 2/1 to bag a brace or more this time out.
Aberdeen v Celtic
Ronny Deila’s Scottish champions are odds-on 5/6 to secure victory over their closest league challengers this season, but an 11-point gap proves it was another dominant domestic campaign on the green and white half of Glasgow.
The brilliant Bhoys are on an eight-match winning run and should comfortably be able to overcome Aberdeen on their travels.
Leigh Griffiths has been sensational this term, striking an impressive 13 league goals, and is 5/1 to open proceedings this time out.
Paderborn v Wolfsburg
High-flying Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg are odds-on 4/6 to overcome their relegation threatened opponents and will be confident of doing so, with Champions League qualification in their sights.
Dieter Hecking’s men will hope 14-goal deadly Dutchman Bas Dost can continue his clinically form and the in-form frontman is a 3/1 chance to strike last.