PSG, Inter Milan, Valencia in tasty 9/1 European treble

With the football season drawing to a close, enjoy some late season games with Coral offering 9/1 on wins for PSG at Lille, Inter Milan at home to Lazio and Valencia away to Levante.

Lille v PSG
PSG may have already been crowned champions for the second successive season but they still have other achievements in sight such as a record points haul.

Laurent Blanc’s men could not celebrate their title in style on Wednesday as they suffered their first home Ligue 1 defeat since November 2012, crashing to a 2-1 loss to Rennes.

The Parisians currently sit on 83 points, and a win here would be enough to overtake the record of 84 set by Lyon in 2005/06.

It won’t be easy for PSG as they travel to and take on third place Lille, who still need points to confirm a place in next season’s Champions League.

Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the side after a hamstring injury, appearing as a second-half substitute.

The Swedish international should find himself back in the starting line-up here, and is 7/2 to score the first goal of the game.

Inter Milan v Lazio
A place in next season’s Europa League is up for grabs in this game as both Inter Milan and Lazio still have a chance of qualification for next year’s competition.

Inter are in pole position as they currently sit in fifth with 57 points whilst the visitors are 10th with 53, and teams down to sixth able to claim a place.

The home side must put the disappointment of losing last weekend’s Milan derby 1-0 behind them, and seal European football for next season.

Lazio’s cause has been helped by the fact that Napoli and Fiorentina, who are third and fourth in the league, contested the Coppa Italia final, therefore adding an extra Europa League place to the team that finishes sixth in Serie A.

In the last seven games that Inter have won, they have victories in six of those to nil and you back them to do so again at 12/5.

Levante v Valencia
There isn’t much of significance up for grabs as Levante take on Valencia, except three points as both teams look set for a mid-table finish.

With the home side currently on 45 points and the visitors on 46, they are both out of contention for European qualification with Villarreal sitting seven points clear in sixth with just two games to go.

They may not have much to play for themselves,but both sides had a massive say in the outcome of the title last weekend.

Levante recorded a very impressive 2-0 victory over Atletico Madrid whilst Valencia were unlucky not to take all three points from the Bernabeu with Cristiano Ronaldo’s 92nd minute strike levelling up at 2-2.

Although Levante were victorious in last season’s corresponding fixture 1-0, the visitors had won the four previous encounters in impressive fashion (3-0, 2-0, 1-0, 5-1).

With the pressure of we might see both sides play without fear leading to an exciting game and, bearing this in mind, Valencia to win and both teams to score at 10/3 may well be worth taking.