Deadly duo Keane and Muller make up superb 7/2 scorer special
With Euro 2016 qualifying reaching an enthralling stage, Coral are offering customers a sensational scorer special to enjoy during even more exciting encounters among Europe’s top nations.
Back Robbie Keane and Thomas Muller to both net anytime at 7/2 in their respective qualifying clashes and benefit from these brilliantly boosted odds.
This deadly duo are at their usual clinical best for club and country and will want to continue recent goalscoring exploits in their latest international outings, as qualifying for France draws ever closer.
LA Galaxy hitman Keane will test his talents against Georgia in his own backyard at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, while Bayern Munich marksman Muller leads the line for Germany against Scotland.
Martin O’Neill’s Boys in Green have turned things around in Group D, climbing above rivals Scotland recently, thanks to a 4-0 thrashing of minnows Gibraltar, in which skipper Keane bagged another brilliant brace.
The Dublin-born skipper is now the leading active scorer in international football worldwide with 67 goals, and is only a single strike short of becoming the joint 12 all-time alongside German legend Gerd Muller.
Keane showed that his clinical instincts are still sharp as a razor as he dispatched a deadly double in the previous qualifying victory to keep Ireland’s hopes of making to France very much alive, climbing to third place.
The MLS-based marksman will aim to continue that rampant run against Georgia, who have conceded 13 times in Group D and sit second bottom, having enjoyed plenty of success in this fixture before.
Ireland’s record scorer struck a double against their next opponents in 2013 and 2009, adding to his maiden strike against Georgia in 2003, and his eye for goal remains deadly even after a decade on from that first strike.
Elsewhere, Germany hitman Muller will undoubtedly be a key threat to a struggling Scotland side, after they lost to Georgia last time out, and the 2010 World Cup Golden Boot winner is sure to cause serious problems.
The prolific poacher is the Group D leaders’ to scorer in qualifying with an incredible six strikes in as many outings and that unstoppable form looks set to continue in Glasgow against Gordon Strachan’s Scots.