Usual suspects Muller & Lafferty star in 4/1 Euro 2016 scorer special

International football is back as Euro 2016 qualifying continues and here at Coral, we are giving customers plenty to shout about with another sensational scorer special to enjoy this weekend!

Back both Thomas Muller and Kyle Lafferty to score anytime at 4/1 for Germany and Northern Ireland in their respective qualifiers and reap the rewards of these incredibly enhanced odds.

For Bayern Munich marksman Muller, Poland is the opposition this time out for the 2010 World Cup Golden Boot winner, while Lafferty will hope to enjoy a continuation of his incredible goalscoring form against the Faroe Islands.

Soccer - 2015 Audi Cup - Bayern Munich v AC Milan - Allianz Arena

Euro hopefuls Germany possess one of the most prolific international marksmen in their ranks in the form of Bundesliga poacher Muller, with the 25-year-old having already dispatched five times in as many qualifying appearances so far.

Averaging a goal a game for his nation, Muller will undoubtedly be the key dangerman for Poland, as he looks to continue his sensational streak under boss Joachim Low.

The German sharpshooter has struck against Germany, Gibraltar and Georgia already in qualifying and will be confident of adding the Poles to his list of victims this weekend, with his nation seeking a crucial three points against the Group D leaders.

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Elsewhere, Northern Ireland hitman Lafferty is sure to be flying again in his international colours, and the Norwich City targetman will be hoping to add to his five qualifying goals in six outings so far.

The Premier League poacher becomes a different animal altogether when donning the famous green and white under boss Michael O’Neill, and the Faroe Islands have a tough task of containing his attacking abilities.

O’Neill’s Green and White Army have marched to within a point of Group F leaders Romania and Lafferty is set to play a pivotal role in helping reach their maiden Euro finals and a first major tournament since 1982.