Stoke, Derby and Liverpool feature in fab 8/1 FA Cup special
Coral are back with another fantastic FA Cup treble for customers to enjoy!
Back Stoke City, Derby County and Liverpool all to triumph in 90 minutes at 8/1 in their latest cup fixtures, and reap the rewards of sensationally boosted odds.
Mark Hughes’ potent Potters travel to Ewood Park, the rampant Rams host Reading and Brendan Rodgers’ resurgent Reds face a trip to Selhurst Park.
Here are even more reasons why you should not miss out on this tantalising treble of terrific sides.
Blackburn v Stoke
The Premier League’s Potters, 13/10 favourites, comfortably overcame Wrexham and Rochdale to reach this stage of the competition, and have lost just one of their last six away games in all competitions.
Hughes’ 10th placed top-flight side are 5/1 to net three or more goals, having done so in their previous two cup clashes.
Former England international and towering targetman Peter Crouch has struck in his last two outings, and is available at 7/4 to make it three in three anytime against Blackburn Rovers.
Derby v Reading
The home side, odds-on 8/13 favourites, have been on a sensational run of form this season, climbing to third in the Championship table and reaching this exciting fifth round FA Cup stage.
Steve McClaren’s Rams toppled the Royals twice last year, securing both victories to nil, and are 21/10 to win to nil again this time out, having also gone five games unbeaten in all competitions.
The home team will be confident of securing another win, having lost just once in their previous eight league outings.
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Rodgers’ rejuvenated Reds, even-money to win, are unbeaten in nine Premier League games and have not conceded a goal on their travels in their last four games away from Anfield.
Liverpool are 27/10 to win to nil, following a superb run of form recently, having climbed to within five points of the top-flight’s top four places.
Palace were easily dispatched last season by the Anfield outfit, with Daniel Sturridge netting an early strike in the 3-1 triumph on Merseyside.
The returning finisher marked his comeback with a goal against West Ham United this year, and is 4/1 to open proceedings against the Eagles.