Lille, PSG and Marseille in thrilling 13/2 French treble

Coral are offering outstanding odds of 13/2 in this Sunday French treble, for Ligue 1 giants Lille, PSG and Marseille all to win their respective top-flight fixtures against lower opposition.

The Great Danes host Rennes, Laurent Blanc’s title champions and recent Chelsea conquerors travel to Bordeaux and Marcelo Bielsa’s L’OM welcome Lyon.

All three of the teams featured in this brilliant bet are favourites for victory, so pile on your money to take advantage of massively enhanced odds.

Lille v Rennes
The hosts are unbeaten in their last 14 home league games against Rennes, winning 10, which is why they are odds-on favourites at 4/5 for victory again.

The Great Danes have won three of their last five in the French top flight, including the last two, and stand above their upcoming opponents in the table.

For goals, go for Liverpool loanee Divock Origi, who is 6/4 to score anytime.

Bordeaux v PSG
The Parisians have won each of their last seven meetings in all competitions with Bordeaux, and will go into this game in great confidence, having just knocked out Chelsea of the Champions League to reach the quarters.

Therefore, despite being on the road, Ligue 1 champions PSG are still the 5/6 odds-on favourites for victory once more. They could also finish the weekend back at the top if Lyon lose.

Many current players in Blanc’s side have netted against this opposition before, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic (10/11 to score anytime), Edinson Cavani (5/4), Ezequiel Lavezzi (7/4) and Javier Pastore (2/1).

Marseille v Lyon
L’OM have a great chance to cut the gap on table-toppers Lyon to just one point by beating them on home turf. They thrashed them 4-1 at their Stade Velodrome last season, and are 11/10 favourites for victory once more, and 10/3 to get over three goals, to follow from their 6-1 triumph over Toulouse last time out.

Marseille top scorer this term Andre-Pierre Gignac bagged a brace against Lyon last campaign, and is even-money to net again anytime, and 5/1 for two or more.