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Man City, Celtic and Valencia an awesome 11/2 Sunday treble

| 01.03.2015

Coral bring punters a sensational Sunday special at enhanced odds of 11/2 for Manchester City, Celtic and Valencia all to win their televised lunchtime matches.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men, the reigning Premier League champions, travel to Liverpool on Sky Sports 1, while over on 3 Scottish counterparts the Bhoys battle Aberdeen and on 5 Los Che clash with David Moyes’ Real Sociedad.

Each of these three teams that feature in our tasty treble are all either odds-on or short-price favourites for victory so, to ensure you get the best value, take advantage of our boosted price bet.

Read on and learn some other reasons why this looks nailed on to come off.

Liverpool v Man City
The Etihad outfit have lost just one of the last six head-to-heads with the Reds, so are 7/5 favourites to beat them again. Argentina attacker Sergio Aguero scored in their previous meeting, and grabbed a goal in midweek, so he is 6/5 to net once more anytime.

Stevan Jovetic has had a rest after Manuel Pellegrini left him out of City’s Champions League squad, so a repeat performance of his two strikes or better in this fixture from earlier this season is more than possible at 14/1.

Celtic v Aberdeen
Ronny Deila’s Bhoys have already beaten the Dons home and away in the Scottish Premiership this term, so they are odds-on 8/13 favourites for a third victory of the campaign. Both previous results have finished 2-1, and that precise scoreline is a 15/2 chance.

Kris Commons scored twice on his last home outing, and was also on target at Celtic Park during Aberdeen’s last visit. Back him to net again at 6/5 in the anytime market.

Valencia v Real Sociedad
Los Che are 23 points and six places better off than Moyes’ men, so start as odds-on 4/7 favourites to win. Argentine winger Pablo Piatti has netted in two of his last three matches, so will be looking to score again and sink Sociedad.



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.