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PSG, Monaco and Lille are 3/1 in final day treble

| 17.05.2014

Top European leagues come to an end in Spain, Italy and France, with Coral offering a boosted 3/1 price on a treble of wins for Ligue 1 top three PSG, Monaco and Lille.

Each side is odds-on for victory on their own, so why not combine them into this enhanced special bet punters? PSG host Montpellier, while Monaco battle Bordeaux at home and Lille are at Lorient.

PSG v Montpellier
The French champions have lost just one of the last seven meetings with Montpellier. PSG are therefore odds-on at 2/7 to win this encounter.

Punters will find Brazilian left back Maxwell a surprise source of goals in this fixture, with two in his last three league outings against Montpellier. He is a tempting 13/2 to enhance that record by scoring anytime.

Laurent Blanc’s boys have lost just one game at home all season and conceded just seven goals in 18 matches at the Parc des Princes, so back them to win to nil at 23/20.

Monaco v Bordeaux
Mega-rich Monaco are unbeaten in five against Bordeaux, and are thus odds-on at 8/11 for victory.

Claudio Ranieri can boast a massively strong home record and, like PSG, his team have lost just once on their own turf in the league all season. Monaco have let just 13 goals in here, so again a win to nil is more attractive at 9/4.

Home side forward Emmanuel Riviere netted the opener in the reverse fixture, so back him at 4/1 to do the same again.

Lorient v Lille
Former French champions Lille have won three of their last four meetings with Lorient, and the last two by aggregate score of 6-0. That is why they are odds-on at 8/11 for victory here, which will guarantee them Champions League football next term.

Although their away form has been average, Lille have plenty of firepower to get the job done. Salomon Kalou bagged a brace in the 5-0 mauling last April, so take odds of 6/1 on him doing so or scoring more again here.

Young Belgian forward Divok Origi has earned his maiden senior international call-up for Marc Wilmots’ World Cup roster, so take the 7/4 price on him celebrating this achievement by netting anytime against Lorient.



Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.