Bristol City, Blades, Real Sociedad a sumptuous 7/1 Friday treble
Got that Friday feeling and fancy a tasty treble? Coral can scratch your itch punters, with awesomely enhanced odds of 7/1 on League One heavyweights Bristol City and Sheffield United, plus David Moyes’ Real Sociedad all to win.
Steve Cotterill’s Robins clash with Peterborough United, the Blades battle Notts County and Basque Country club Sociedad entertain Elche. All these three featured teams are odds-on or short-price favourites, so your best bet is to combine them and take these enhanced odds.
If you need any more convincing, read on and discover specific reasons why City, United and Real are ready to reward you with victories.
Peterborough v Bristol City
This clash from English football’s third-tier has top billing on Sky Sports. City have won three of the last four fixtures between these two teams, and are currently top of the table, which is why Coral make them 6/4 favourites for three points at Posh.
Both teams scored in all those Bristol wins, so odds for an away victory can be enhanced slightly by backing this occurrence to happen again at at 4/1. Cotterill has 18-goal partnership Kieran Agard and Aaron Wilbraham up front, with both men 6/4 shots in the anytime market.
Sheffield United v Notts County
Nigel Clough’s Blades are unbeaten at home against Notts County since 1994, and won last term’s battle at Bramall Lane 2-1. The Steel City side are odds-on 8/11 favourites for victory here, and 8/1` shots to record that precise scoreline again.
Recent United goals have come from wide areas. Jamie Murphy (19/10), Ryan Flynn (3/1) and Jamal Campbell-Ryce (16/5) are all fantastic anytime chances up against weak-looking Notts County full backs.
Real Sociedad v Elche
Moyes can take heart from the fact Sociedad smashed Elche 4-0 back in January, and that is why the hosts are odds-on 8/13 favourites to win again. A repeat scoreline is a fanciful 28/1. In Carlos Vela, the Basques have a lethal Mexican hitman who scored both home and away against this opposition last term.