Manchester United, Swansea City and Celtic in cracking 9/2 treble
Dip into Coral’s special bet stocking and stoke your festive fires by making the most of this excellent offer for three home teams all to triumph.
Premier League giants Manchester United, upstarts Swansea City and Scottish champions Celtic are available at incredible odds of 9/2 all to win in this wicked and wonderful winter treble.
Manchester United v Liverpool
The Red Devils are odds-on favourites at 4/5 continue their rampant run under Louis van Gaal and beat bitter rivals Liverpool, who they have triumphed over 75 times across all competitions.
Sitting seven points above the Merseyside men, United are seeking their six successive scalp in a row and have dropped just four points at Old Trafford this term.
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds will cross the divide after crashing out of the Champions League, so Van Gaal’s side will expect to capitalise on their shaken pride, and are 11/4 to score three or more.
Robin van Persie has been the scourge of Liverpool in previous northwest derbies, making him 4/1 to fire home first, whilst passionate strike partner Wayne Rooney is evens to net anytime in this feisty fixture.
Swansea v Tottenham
The Swans are also hoping Christmas comes early and are 7/5 to sweep past Spurs at home. Garry Monk’s men have lost just once at the Liberty Stadium this season and will be aiming to preserve that record against troubled Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino is under pressure again after steering his side to just one win in their last four fixtures.
The north Londoners have also failed to score in their past three outings, making tough nuts Swansea 7/2 to win to nil, and Swans top scorer Wilfried Bony 6/5 to breach Spurs’ backline anytime.
Celtic v St Mirren
Scottish juggernaut Celtic are odds-on favourites at 1/6 to best the Buddies on home turf. The league leaders and current champions hold an emphatic head-to-head record against St Mirren, with 191 victories in all competitions to the visitors’ 40.
Joint leading marksmen Anthony Stokes and Manchester City-owned John Guidetti are 3/1 and 11/4 to score first and last respectively to seal another league victory for the Bhoys.