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Man Utd, Aberdeen, Marseille make nifty 9/2 Friday night treble

| 23.01.2015

Get that Friday feeling with Coral, as we’re offering enhanced odds of 9/2 for Manchester United, Aberdeen and Marseille all to win in 90 minutes on away days.

Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils are at Cambridge United in the FA Cup, Derek McInnes takes his Dons to Scottish Premiership foes St Johnstone and Marcelo Biesla’s boys are on the road to Nice. Each of these three featured teams are odds-on or short-price favourites for victory, so the best value is to take this combined price on a hat-trick of away wins.

Read on to discover specific reasons why this is a sure-fire bet.

Cambridge Utd v Man Utd
A massive 68 places in English football separate League Two team Cambridge from top-flight mainstays the Red Devils, and this vast gulf is why Van Gaal’s side are odds-on at 2/9 for victory in 90 minutes.

Goals from midfield for Man Utd have been key this calendar year so far, with Marouane Fellaini and Ander Herrera on target in recent away outings. Back the big Belgian at 11/4 and the box-to-box Basque operator at a tasty 10/3 to score again anytime.

St Johnstone v Aberdeen
As the Dons have won their last six league outings on the road, and St Johnstone have lost three of their previous four, McInnes’ men are odds-on 10/11 favourites for three points.

Winger Niall McGinn has often been the scourge of Saints, and boasts a fantastic scoring record against them. Why not take tempting 2/1 odds for the Aberdeen winger to net again anytime here, then?

Nice v Marseille
Bielsa’s boys are 14 points and nine places better off than Nice, and that is why they are 11/10 favourites to win at their fellow south coast side. Marseille leading marksman Andre-Pierre Gignac is an even-money anytime scorer chance here, while midfield pair Dimitri Payet and Florian Thauvin were both on target in the reverse fixture, so are equal 2/1 shots in that 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.