Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal in terrific 11/2 treble
As the new Premier League campaign kicks off, Coral are offering enhanced odds of 11/2 for terrific trio Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal all to win and start their seasons in style.
Spurs and the Gunners are looking to sink London rivals West Ham and Crystal Palace respectively, whilst the Toffees take on Leicester City.
West Ham v Tottenham
Spurs can be confident as they go into this clash with their capital competitors, having won 59 of their previous encounters with the Hammers. The north London club have enjoyed recent success too, only losing two of their last seven outings to Upton Park.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are evens to extend that record with a win, or 5/2 to preserve it with a draw. Christian Eriksen was one of Tottenham’s top scorers last term, netting seven times in the league from midfield, and is available at 11/2 to fire home first.
West Ham struggled in front of goal last season, only mustering 40 goals. Their frontline, missing Tyneside target man Andy Carroll, should not be a problem for Spurs’ reinforced rearguard, with Pochettino splashing the cash on new defenders Ben Davies and Eric Dier.
Leicester v Everton
Everton are favourites at 13/10 to give Premier League new arrivals Leicester City a rude awakening and secure their first win of the season at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester have not managed to defeat the Toffees since 1998, and it seems unlikely they will buck the trend now, considering Roberto Martinez’s side have won all but one of their last five away games.
Romelu Lukaku was Everton’s leading man last season, scoring 16 times, and is 28/1 to celebrate signing permanently for the Merseysiders by hitting a hat-trick.
Fans can expect debuts galore, with new signings Christian Atsu, Gareth Barry, Muhamed Besic and Lukaku all likely to feature at some point, presenting a fearsome prospect for the Foxes.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace
Community Shield winners and FA Cup holders Arsenal should have too much firepower for rudderless Palace to handle, and are odds-on at 1/4 to blast past the Eagles.
Omens are good for the Gunners, who defeated Palace 2-0 on home and away during the 2013/14 campaign, and are 9/2 to repeat that scoreline.
The Eagles are also notorious slow starters, having lost nine of their first 10 Premier League outings last term. Their prospects improved once former boss Tony Pulis arrived, but his recent departure has left them in disarray.
In that respect, the stage is set for a successful league debut for summer signing Alexis Sanchez. The Chile World Cup star netted 21 times for Barcelona last season and is 6/1 to terrorise the Eagles and score two or more.