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Bournemouth, Valencia & Sporting odds available in this treble!

| 27.04.2015

As this fantastic football season nears the end, Coral have only a few more specials for you to take advantage of, and as we have some intriguing games this Monday night, read on and allow us to tell you exactly why this treble is such good value.

We are offering 15/8 for Bournemouth, Valencia and Sporting Lisbon all to record victories against their respective opposition.

Bournemouth v Bolton
The Cherries will know they can all but get one foot over the line in the race for automatic promotion from the Championship and a win at home to Bolton can see them on their way.

Earlier in the season, two Callum Wilson goals secured a 2-1 victory and is odds-on to score anytime. The home side are also overwhelmingly odds-on at 3/10 for the win.

To increase their chances of victory, manager Eddie Howe said he was going to avoid seeing other results prior to the match: “I won’t be doing that,” Howe said. “I don’t expect my players to be doing that.

“Our perspective is very clear, we are focusing on Bolton I don’t think that changes at all regarding other results. Whether it’s an advantage or a disadvantage (to play on Monday) who knows?

“I don’t think it really matters. I’ll be watching a game, that might well be Charlton (who Cherries play on the final day of the season).”

Moreirense v Sporting Lisbon
The visitors are heavily odds-on at 8/15 to beat their hosts, and are unbeaten in eight fixtures. During that spell, striker Islam Slimani has dispatched four goals in clinical fashion, and it is no surprise that he is evens to net in the anytime market.

Moreirense, meanwhile, have won just once out of their last four attempts, and could struggle against an in-form Sporting side.

Valencia v Granada
Unai Emery’s side are heavily odds-on at 4/11 to record three points against their visitors, and look highly likely to do so, having lost just once in their last 10 fixtures. In-form attacker Paco Alcacer will be a huge threat for Granada and is odds-on at 3/4 to score.



Matt Haynes

A long-suffering Leeds fan, Matt studied Sports Journalism at university, and has a plethora of multi-industry experience. Having worked on behalf of multiple hedge funds and top-tier investment banks in executive search, he has also had a stint with the BBC and the Press Association. Outside of work, he pursues entrepreneurial activities and likes to keep fit.
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