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PSG, Monaco and Lille a sumptuous 7/1 Ligue 1 treble

| 14.12.2014

There’s money to be made on weekend football at Coral, with the benevolent bookmaker offering a fantastic French Ligue 1 treble on wins for reigning champions PSG, mega-rich Monaco and former title holders Lille at enhanced odds of 7/1.

Each of these featured teams are short-price or odds-on favourites to win their respective outings, so the only way to ensure real value is to take this massively boosted price bet now!

Here are some individual reasons why this sensational special will come off.

Guingamp v PSG
Laurent Blanc’s boys can go top of the league following their progress in Europe this past midweek, and the Parisians, who are odds-on 1/2 favourites for victory, will be ready to unleash Zlatan Ibrahimovic on lowly Guingamp.

The Sweden superstar has five in his previous four outings, and a perfect three in three when previously paired with this opposition. Back Ibrahimovic to net yet again here at 19/20, or a repeat of the two goals (or more) from the Trophee des Champions encounter earlier this season at 5/2.

Monaco v Marseille
Leonardo Jardim can be confident of victory going into this encounter, because Monaco did the double over Marseille last term, and are thus 8/5 favourites for victory again.

French forward Valere Germain opened the scoring in this fixture last term for the Principality outfit back in January, so is a 13/5 anytime chance here and a 7/1 shot to break the deadlock.

Lille v Toulouse
The Great Danes have won each of the last five home games with fellow peripheral outfit Toulouse, who face a trip across the length and breadth of France for this battle. Based on this history, Belgian border team Lille are even-money favourites for victory.

French striker Nolan Roux scored first in last term’s reverse fixture in April, so is an 11/5 chance to strike again here and 5/1 to net the opener. Liverpool-owned Belgium forward Divock Origi, meanwhile, is a real handful and comes in at 23/10 in the anytime market.



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.