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Crystal Palace, Aberdeen and Lazio make fab 5/1 Monday treble

| 03.11.2014

Fancy a flutter on Monday Night Football? Coral can oblige punters with outstanding enhanced odds of 5/1 on wins for Crystal Palace, Aberdeen and Lazio.

Neil Warnock’s Eagles host Sunderland, while Derek McInnes’ Dons make the trip to Ross County and Lazio take on Cagliari. With Palace short-price favourites, and both Aberdeen and the Roman team odds-on for victory, your best bet really is to combine all three in this tasty treble.

Here are some individual reasons why the three featured sides are sure fire bets.

Crystal Palace v Sunderland
The Eagles have won four home games in a row against the Black Cats, so that is why Coral make them 21/20 favourites for three points at Selhurst Park. Sunderland’s defence is in disarray, having conceded 10 in their last two outings. Dwight Gayle scored against the Wearside outfit in this fixture last term, and can be backed at 2/1 to net again anytime.

Ross County v Aberdeen
New Firm outfit Aberdeen have already trounced Scottish Premiership basement club Ross County 3-0 this term in the reverse fixture, so that is why they start as odds-on 8/13 favourites for victory here. Dons striker Adam Rooney has two in his last two appearances against the Staggies, so is a 6/5 shot to score again here.

Lazio v Cagliari
Eternal City team Lazio have won four of the last five encounters with Sardinian side Cagliari, and that is why they are odds-on at 4/7 to defeat them again. A win for the Italian capital club will take them up to third and into the Champions League places.

For goals, Lazio can look to a trio of players that have performed previously in this fixture. Germany and World Cup finals leading marksman Miroslav Klose is a 13/10 anytime chance, while Bosnia left-footer Senad Lulic is longer in that market at 2/1. Italy international Antonio Candreva is also attractive at 13/8, as he is the club’s designated penalty taker.



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.