Liverpool, Arsenal, Derby in stunning 7/2 Capital One Cup treble
This midweek we’ve Capital One Cup action coming out of our ears at Coral, and to celebrate we’re offering customers a tasty offer with enhanced odds of 7/2 on a hat-trick of home wins for Liverpool, Arsenal and Derby County.
Each side individually are odds-on favourites for victory in their third round ties with respective opposition Middlesbrough, Southampton and Reading in 90 minutes, so your best bet punters is to combine them in this special boosted price bet.
Here are some other reasons why you should take advantage of this outstanding offer.
Liverpool v Middlesbrough
The Reds are unbeaten at home against Teesside outfit Boro since 1976., so it’s no wonder they are strong odds-on 2/5 favourites to beat them without needing extra time. More often than not, this fixture has resulted in a 2-0 win that rocks the Kop, so odds of 7/1 are tempting on that being the exact scoreline.
Rickie Lambert should start this tie for Brendan Rodgers’ Reds, and is odds-on at 10/11 in the anytime market, but better at 7/2 to net the opener. Liverpool should use their squad for this game, but Aitor Karanka’s visitors are missing influential midfielder Grant Leadbitter.
Arsenal v Southampton
The Gunners have smashed Saints 6-1 on two of their last four home meetings. A 150/1 price says that exact result will happen again. Most of the talents from Southampton’s academy end up at Arsenal, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Calum Chambers spring to mind, so the hosts are worthy odds-on 4/5 favourites for a win in 90 minutes.
Mesut Ozil silenced critics with a man of the match display against Aston Villa in the Gunners’ last outing. He is 2/1 for another goal here anytime. Oxlade-Chamberlain, meanwhile, is 7/2 to come back and haunt his former club by scoring against them.
Derby v Reading
Steve McClaren’s Rams are unbeaten in a dozen home games, while the Royals lost their last away match. Derby are odds-on at 8/11 to keep their fine form in front of their own fans going with a win in normal time.
County top scorer Jamie Ward (five) has netted against Reading before, and the Northern Ireland forward is 5/4 to be on target anytime here. There is extra incentive for McClaren’s men to dump Nigel Adkins out of this competition, because he signed forwards Simon Cox and Jamie Mackie from the Rams’ bitter East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest this summer.