Spurs, Brighton and Fulham feature in Coral’s credible treble!
At an excellent 8/1, you can back Tottenham, Brighton and Fulham all to win with Coral and, even more encouragingly, we’re going to reveal exactly why this is such a good bet!
Spurs are flying right now and they are a breath away from winning a major trophy; the Capital One Cup. Absolutely no chances will be taken against Sheffield United, who have earned themselves a reputation for knocking Premier League clubs out of domestic cup competitions, most recently Southampton, with Spurs overwhelmingly odds-on with Coral at 4/11 to win.
Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Nacer Chadli have all been in form for the north London side lately and can make the requisite impact, indicated by the former’s odds-on 8/11 price to net anytime.
The 21-year-old has dispatched on 18 occasions this season, with Chadli on nine and Eriksen on eight. His teammates are 5/4 and evens respectively to score anytime.
Coach Mauricio Pochettino spoke highly of Denmark international Eriksen following their 2-1 win over Sunderland, claiming the 22-year-old has “big, big potential”.
“I am happy for Christian,” Pochettino said. “He is still young, but he has big, big potential. He improves every day. I am happy for his performance. His contribution is clear. I am happy because he is a very good guy, a good professional and a great player.”
Brighton, meanwhile, have taken a maximum six points from their last two league matches and host Ipswich Town. Striker Craig Mackail-Smith has an impressive record against the Tractor Boys, having scored home and away against the Suffolk side. He has very good value odds of 23/10 to hit the back of the net anytime, and possesses more than enough ability to cause problems for Mick McCarthy’s men. The south coast club are also aided by the fact that Leon Best has also joined them on loan to add to their attack.
Fulham were impressive in their 2-1 win over Reading and Bryan Ruiz who grabbed the winner, is a terrific 23/10 to score anytime. He is likely to cause the Nottingham Forest defence problems.