Roma, Napoli and Sampdoria in stupendous 4/1 Serie A treble
Shake off the winter weather and go continental as Coral offer yet more incredible enhanced odds in another intriguing Italian treble.
Super Serie A sides Roma, Napoli and Sampdoria are available at 4/1 all to win their respective matches. Here’s why you should back these brilliant teams to triumph.
Cagliari v Roma
Roma, odds-on favourites at 5/6 to sink Cagliari, have been defeated just once in their past five battles with the Sardinian side and will be eager to sink their teeth into a team dangling above the drop zone.
Capital club Roma have also lost just once in their last nine outings across all competitions, and will be hungry to keep pace with title rivals Juventus by taking all three points against the Islanders.
Adem Ljajic has proven to be one of the Giallorossi’s most potent players this campaign and is 2/1 in the anytime market, whilst evergreen attacker Francesco Totti is 5/1 to fire home first.
Napoli v Udinese
Neapolitan big-guns Napoli currently sit 11 points above visitors Udinese in Serie A, and are odds-on at 1/3 to steal all the spoils and widen that gap further.
Rafa Benitez’s boys boast the striking services of prolific Argentina poacher Gonzalo Higuain, who is odds-on at 4/5 to net anytime, and 4/1 to bag a brace or better.
Captain Marek Hamsik drew first blood against the Little Zebras last time these two teams met, and will be expected to inspire again, so back this midfielder with an eye for goal at 11/2 to open the floodgates.
Sampdoria v Sassuolo
Sampdoria have faced minnows Sassuolo three times in the top-flight and lost only once, making the Genoese team odds-on favourites at 3/4 to sweep the Neroverdi aside.
New striker signing Samuel Eto’o is 11/10 to impress on what could be his first Sampdoria start by illustrating his scoring prowess anytime.
Brazilian forward Eder has been on the scoresheet nine times for Sampdoria this season and is 5/1 to add to his tally by grabbing a goal first. His task should be made easier against a Sassuolo side that have won only one of their past five outings, conceding nine.