Wales, Netherlands and Czech Republic feature in fab 11/2 special
Coral are back with another sublime special offer for customers to sink their teeth into this weekend, during plenty more enthralling Euro 2016 qualifying encounters.
Back Wales, the Netherlands and Czech Republic to triumph at 11/2 in their respective qualifying clashes and benefit from these brilliantly boosted special odds.
Chris Coleman’s high-flying Welsh Dragons will contest Israel in a possibly historic match-up, while the Dutch contest Turkey and the Czech Republic will collide with Latvia.
All three nations featured in this tantalising treble are massive favourites to secure another three points in their crucial group games and are edging closer to a place in France next summer.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this tasty trio of hopeful countries.
Wales v Israel
The hosts have stunned Europe with their impressive displays in Group B, with the magical performances of Gareth Bale seeing them climb to the summit of the standings.
Bale recently fired his nation to a 1-0 victory over Cyprus with a rocket of a header and he will look to do the same against Israel, with three points in this clash guaranteed to see them qualify for their first major tournament since 1958.
Real Madrid marksman Bale and his potential history-making teammates are odds-on 17/20 favourites to earn a famous win on home turf in Cardiff.
Turkey v Netherlands
Danny Blind’s deadly Dutchmen sit a point ahead of their latest opponents Turkey and are 6/5 favourites to clinch another triumph over their close Group A rivals.
A win would almost guarantee a play-off position in their standings, but the determined Dutch are seeking an automatic qualifying spot and only a win will see them close in on that target.
The Netherlands hold a dominant record over their opponents, though, having gone unbeaten in the last six meetings, stretching back to 1997, so they will be confident of dispatching their latest challengers.
Latvia v Czech Republic
Pavel Vrba’s Czech Republic have never been toppled by their Group A opponents Latvia in their three ever match-ups, winning twice and drawing once, a superior run that should help see them secure another away win.
The dominant travelling nation are odds-on 1/2 to come away with another victory this time out on the road, as they look to extend their strong position in second place and potentially dethrone leaders Iceland at the summit.