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Man City, Tottenham, Villarreal in awesome 8/1 Sunday treble

Want to make your Sunday soccer viewing interesting? Why not back Manchester City, Tottenham and Villarreal all to win with Coral, and receive a massively boosted 8/1 price?

Premier League champions City host Manchester United in a derby, while Spurs are at Aston Villa and the Yellow Submarine meet Valencia at El Madrigal. All of the featured sides in this enhanced treble are individual short-priced favourites, so the only way to ensure true value is to combine them and take these attractive odds.

If you need any more convincing, then read on to see specific reasons why each team are nailed on to win.

Manchester City v Manchester United
City have won each of the last three Manchester derbies, and that is why they are odds-on at 10/11 for victory again here. Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko bagged braces against the Red Devils last term, as Manuel Pellegrini did the double.

Argentina international attacker Aguero is a 4/1 shot to net two or more against United again, while Bosnia frontman Dzeko is 5/4 to score anytime. City captain Vincent Kompany has also been on target in this fixture before, and could come up with the goods again at 9/1, perhaps striking from a set piece.

Aston Villa v Tottenham
Spurs are unbeaten in a dozen games with Villa, winning each of the last five across all competitions. With such a fantastic recent record against them, Mauricio Pochettino’s team are 11/10 chances for three points here.

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has a fabulous return of four goals in as many starts when previously unleashed upon this opposition. The Togo captain is 6/4 to sink Villa again anytime, and an 11/2 chance to net the opener.

Villarreal v Valencia
The Yellow Submarine are unbeaten at home to Los Che since 2007, and that’s why they are 11/10 to win like they did last term. Odds of 40/1 say Villarreal can repeat the 4-1 victory at El Madrigal from around this time last season.

Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos, once of Spurs, netted a total of three times in the two meetings between these sides last term. He will thus pose the Valencia defence problems once more.