Hull, Tottenham and Man Utd an awesome 11/2 Sunday treble
Want to make Super Sunday interesting? Coral are serving up a sumptuous special with an enhanced treble on victories for Hull, Tottenham and Manchester United at 11/2.
The Tigers tackle Stoke City, Spurs face a second successive London derby, this time with QPR, and the Red Devils are at Sunderland.
Here’s why this is such fantastic value and you should pile money on now.
Hull v Stoke
Steve Bruce’s Tigers head into this fixture having got off to a flying start against newly promoted QPR last weekend thanks to a James Chester header.
Visitors Stoke only managed to win three away games last season, and only relegated Cardiff and Norwich had worse records than the Potters on their travels in the Premier League.
Nikica Jelavic is 6/1 to score first in the 13:30 kick-off, with new-boy and prolific Championship goal-scorer Tom Ince weighing in at 13/2.
Tottenham v QPR
Spurs welcome QPR to White Hart Lane off the back of another London derby win last weekend against West Ham, and an impressive comeback in the Europa League midweek.
QPR have won just four of their last 40 Premier League games and in their last campaign back in 2012-13, they took the least points in London derbies of any capital club.
After an impressive return of 14 goals in 25 games last season, Emmanuel Adebayor is the favourite to net the opener at 10/3 whilst midweek scorer Roberto Soldado comes in at 9/2. Tottenham have won their last four league games at home on the bounce.
Sunderland v Manchester United
Louis van Gaal’s men travel to the Stadium of Light where they have only conceded two goals in their last seven trips. United are available at 21/10 to win to nil during this visit.
Adnan Januzaj bagged a brace on his full debut to secure an away win for United in this fixture last year and is 9/1 to repeat the feat by opening the scoring this time around.
Robin van Persie is available at 7/2, while new captain Wayne Rooney, who was on target last time out, is as short as 4/1 to net the opener.