Enhanced treble: Burnley, Spurs, Atletico Madrid a Sunday special
Aaron Cox | November 21, 2015
There’s just one game from the Premier League this Sunday, but that hasn’t stopped Coral putting together an awesome 11/2 treble to help keep your eye in as the week draws to a close.
Back Burnley, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid all for victory to get that enhanced price. The Clarets clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, Spurs host West Ham United and Atleti are at Real Betis.
Each of the three featured teams in this tasty treble are individual odds-on or short-price favourites for the win, so this boosted bet makes real sense. Check out our other enhanced trebles, or read on to discover specific reasons why this one should come off…
Burnley v Brighton
Burnley are looking to bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking with their faith in Sean Dyche proving fruitful. They are third in the table and just two points from the summit.
The Clarets are on a run of seven matches unbeaten and have registered six victories from their eight clashes at Turf Moor this term.
Brighton have started to stutter of late, winning just one of their last four Championship fixtures, while it’s just two successes from six on the road for Chris Hughton’s troops.
A trip to east Lancashire is a tough proposition and, with Andre Gray notching six goals in his last three outings on home soil, Burnley will be confident of the win.
Tottenham v West Ham
Spurs are in great form and showed last time out against Arsenal that they are more than capable of mixing it with the big boys, suggesting that maybe the top four is the minimum they should be aiming for this term.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are unbeaten since the opening day of the season and they have taken all three points in three of their preceding four league clashes at White Hart Lane.
West Ham have been rocked by an injury to main creative force Dimitri Payet. The France international may have avoided surgery, but is set to be absent for the rest of 2015.
With playmaker Payet contributing 35 per cent of the Hammers goal tally so far, Slaven Bilic’s squad look a little toothless as they travel to face one of the division’s best teams.
Real Betis v Atletico Madrid
Over in Spain, Atletico are starting to make a charge at the top two after a run of seven games without a loss.
Diego Simeone’s men have been superb on the road this season, losing just once and conceding just two goals on their travels.
They take on a Real Betis side that Atleti scored seven unanswered goals against the last time they were in the same division. Atletico have, in fact, found the net 14 times in five league matches with the Seville-based club .
Pepe Mel’s men have been poor at home throughout the season, with a solitary win against Real Sociedad back in September. Repeating that against their in-form opponents from the capital is a massive task, and one that will ultimately prove far too big.
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