Middlesbrough, Celtic and Arsenal make up superb 7/2 Sunday special
It’s set to be another enthralling weekend of football action as the Premier League finally returns alongside the Championship, while the Scottish Premiership continues.
Back Middlesbrough, Celtic and Arsenal all to triumph at 7/2 with Coral and reap the sweet rewards of this sensational special offer, featuring three sides who are favourite to triumph.
Boro are aiming to go one step further this season, having lost the play-off final to Norwich City last term, while the dominant Bhoys continue their defence against Partick Thistle and Arsenal contest a tired West Ham United.
Here are even more reasons why you should get on this tantalising treble.
Preston v Middlesbrough
Aitor Karanka’s Boro are unlucky to still be competing in the second tier, having fallen at the final hurdle last season, but they are 13/10 favourites to overcome Preston on their travels.
The visitors hold a truly dominant record in this fixture, having not been toppled since 1972, and the Teesside team look set to continue that superiority this time out.
Spanish striker Kike could be a danger and the frontman is 11/2 to open proceedings in what could be a simple victory for Boro.
Partick v Celtic
Ronny Deila’s Hoops recently earned their spot in the Champions League play-offs, and are massive odds-on 2/5 favourites to claim a second successive domestic league win.
Celtic started brightly in their hopeful title defence, as they easily dispatched Ross County 2-0, with Leigh Griffiths and Stefan Johansen sealing all three points.
Scotland international Griffiths picked up where he left off last term with a strike after just three minutes in that victory and he is 11/4 to net first again this time around.
Arsenal v West Ham
Arsene Wenger’s Gunners hosts a Hammers side who are coming into the clash on the back of a Europa League defeat in midweek, meaning there will be many tired legs on show.
Arsenal are huge odds-on 3/10 favourites to make a successful start to their campaign, as they seek to claim a first title triumph since 2004.
Ferocious France frontman Olivier Giroud is set to lead the line and he is a 3/1 chance to open the scoring at the Emirates.