Terrific treble features Chelsea, Spurs and Everton all to win
Coral are back with a sensational special, offering outstanding odds of 15/2 for Chelsea, Spurs and Everton all to win.
Jose Mourinho’s men visit Old Trafford, while Tottenham tackle Newcastle United and the Toffees make the trip to another struggling side Burnley.
Manchester United v Chelsea
The Blues travel to ‘the Theatre of Dreams’ in superb form, top of the table with a spirit throughout their squad that former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was used to seeing in his teams.
Mourinho, master tactician and big game aficionado will be confident of continuing his team’s winning run. They are 6/4 favourites to take three points in the north-west, and could have top scorer Diego Costa back, who is 11/2 to net first.
Other options are open to Mourinho, however. With such a debilitating defence, Costa could wreak havoc against United, though Cesc Fabregas could be utilised as a ‘false nine’, whose clever movement and vision could significantly disorientate the Red Devils’ centre backs and create openings.
Tottenham v Newcastle
Spurs have won four out of their last five fixtures against the Magpies at White Hart Lane, and look set to record another victory, being heavily odds-on at 8/11 to do so. Coming off the back of 5-1 rout in the Europa League, Mauricio Pochettino’s team could well be in the mood to dish out another spanking.
Harry Kane hit a hat-trick, while Erik Lamela finally showed everyone what he is capable of, bagging a brace which included a goal right out of the top drawer. The Argentine is 11/4 to net anytime against a leaky Newcastle defence.
Burnley v Everton
Roberto Martinez’s men return having earned a very respectable point in France against Lille, to add to a credibly ruthless 3-0 win against Aston Villa last time out in the league. They are overwhelming 17/20 favourites for the match, and Steven Naismith, who has four goals in eight Premier League appearances this term, is 6/1 to open the scoring.
However, Seamus Coleman marked his return from injury with a strike against Villa, and is a sensational 6/1 to score anytime. Romelu Lukaku should also feature, and the big Belgium striker will be more than beleaguered Burnley’s defence can handle.