Real Madrid, PSG and Napoli feature in fantastic 5/1 special
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Back Real Madrid, PSG and Napoli all to win at 5/1 in their upcoming domestic top-flight fixtures, and reap the rewards of excellently enhanced odds.
All three of the European giants featured in this tantalising treble are heavy favourites to secure three points, as each side chase domestic title success.
Carlo Ancelotti’s reigning European champions will host Villarreal, Laurent Blanc’s French league victors travel to Monaco, while Rafael Benitez’s third-placed Serie A side face Torino.
Real Madrid v Villarreal
The Galacticos, odds-on 2/9 favourites, have not been beaten by their Spanish rivals since May 2009, and have won seven of their previous nine La Liga meetings.
Ancelotti’s frees-coring Spanish giants have a supremely dominant home record this season, having incredibly been defeated just once in their last 16 league games at the Bernabeu.
Madrid are strong defensively as well as attack, having won to nil in three of their previous five home league games. The superb Spanish outfit are 23/20 to do so again this time out.
Cristiano Ronaldo has again found his impressive goalscoring form this year, and is 13/5 to strike first, having netted in his last three appearances against Villarreal.
Monaco v PSG
The reigning Ligue 1 champions, 11/10 favourites, have a supreme record over their close rivals, and have not been beaten by Monaco in six encounters, stretching back to January 2010.
PSG are hunting another league crown, and currently sit just two points adrift of leaders Lyon, having won four of their last six domestic league games.
Blanc’s title-chasers, who are unbeaten in five league outings, have been lifted by the fantastic form of potent playmaker Javier Pastore this term. The Argentine attacker is 7/1 to strike first, having done so in last year’s meeting at the Stade Louis II.
Torino v Napoli
Benitez’s Serie A title hopefuls, 5/4 to win, have won the last four meetings with their Italian rivals, with Torino’s previous victory coming in May 2009.
Napoli have emerged victorious in five of their last six league games on the road, and have confidently climbed to third spot in the Serie A table.
Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain has struck three times in as many games against the Bull, and is available at 13/8 to find the net again anytime.