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Real Madrid, Monaco and Lazio in thrilling 13/2 treble

| 29.11.2014

Coral go continental this weekend, as they return with yet more excellent enhanced odds to brighten the winter weather.

Take this exciting opportunity to back La Liga leaders Real Madrid, Ligue 1 big-guns Monaco and Serie A side Lazio at 13/2 all to win their upcoming clashes.

Malaga v Real Madrid
Los Blancos are currently topping La Liga after going on a sensational nine league game unbeaten streak, and have racked up 16 more goals than closest rivals Barcelona.

As always, Cristiano Ronaldo has been mercilessly tormenting defences, and is far and away Real’s top scorer, with 26 so far across all competitions.

The prolific Portugal skipper is 2/1 to strike anytime, or 9/4 to grab the opener, after firing home three times in his last four games against the Anchovies.

Madrid are in magnificent form, and Malaga’s woeful record of 1 win from 27 clashes against the European champions means Los Blancos are odds-on favourites at 1/3 to best them yet again.

Rennes v Monaco
Leonardo Jardim’s men pack their bags and head to Rennes, where they are 7/4 to slay the home side after doing the double over them last term.

Monaco enter this encounter having lost just one of their past 10 games across all competitions. Former Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov will be spearheading the Ligue 1 club’s attack, and is 11/5 to work his mercurial magic and be on target anytime.

Argentine whizz kid Lucas Ocampos netted the winner for the visitors last time out, helping Monaco down Bayer Leverkusen, and is 9/1 to open scoring again.

Chievo v Lazio
Italian capital club Lazio complete this terrific trio and are 11/10 favourites to defeat struggling Verona club Chievo, who have won just two game across all competitions this term.

The Flying Donkeys have yet to find their wings and are currently languishing in the relegation zone. With their hosts having notched up just four goals in their last seven outings, the Eagles are also 12/5 to win to nil.

Lazio, by comparison, are currently joint third top Serie A scorers and have defeated Chievo at the Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi on their past seven visits, so are 13/10 to net two or more.



Holly Thackeray

Holly is a member of the content team, and can often be found on the sports desk writing about favourite topics Serie A and East Asian footballing nations. A recent darts convert, she is also a fully-fledged member of Barney's Army and a proud Leeds-born Manchester United fan.