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Barcelona, Monaco, Benfica a fruitful 9/4 treble for Coral customers

| 24.08.2014

Sunday night football can pay dividends for Coral customers, with a tasty treble featuring three giants of the European game.

If you back Barcelona to beat Elche, Monaco to win at Nantes and Benfica for victory in their battle with Boavista, enhanced odds of 9/4 are available to you.

Each of these heavyweights in Spain, France and Portugal respectively are strong individual favourites in matchday markets, so why not combine them to enjoy this boosted price?

Here are some other reasons why this is such a great bet.

Barcelona v Elche
Luis Enrique starts his spell in the Nou Camp dugout with a fixture that he is massively odds-on at 1/10 to win. That is because Barca battered Elche, then newcomers to La Liga, 4-0 at home last season.

Pedro Rodriguez was among the scorers that day, and is 10/11 to be on target again anytime. A repeat scoreline, meanwhile, is a 6/1 shot.

Nantes v Monaco
New Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim knows the team he has taken over did the double over Nantes in 2013/14, so the visitors start as 13/10 favourites for three points here.

Dimitar Berbatov adds a real touch of class to the Principality outfit, and is 6/4 to net anytime here. Radamel Falcao could step up his comeback here too against a Nantes side that leaked 43 goals last term. He is 6/5 to score in this game.

Boavista v Benfica
Jorge Jesus’ Portuguese champions take on Oporto outfit Boavista for the first time in six seasons, but a hat-trick of domestic trophy wins for Benfica last term justifies their odds-on price of 1/4.

Brazilian striker Rodrigo Lima netted 21 times in all competitions for the Lisbon giants in 2013/14, and this prolific scoring is set to continue here. He is odds-on 10/11 to net anytime against Boavista, who have spent several seasons outside Portgual’s top-flight and lost their opener with Braga.



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.