Man Utd, Leeds Utd and Celtic at fabulous 4/1 price!
Coral have another terrific treble for the weekend featuring three former European greats Manchester United, Leeds United and Celtic all to win their respective clashes at an excellent 4/1 price. To find out why this bet is such a money-maker, keep reading!
Manchester United v Newcastle United
The home side are offered at a dramatically low odds-on price of 4/11 to beat the Magpies and after an emphatic performance in midweek against Club Brugge, Louis van Gaal’s side seem to be firing on cylinders once again.
United won home and away last season, with Wayne Rooney bagging a brace at Old Trafford as the Red Devils triumphed in a 3-1 victory. The England striker is odds-on at 10/11 to net anytime again against the Magpies, who lost 2-0 away at Swansea City last time out.
Leeds United v Sheffield Wednesday
In the last fixture between these two sides in April, the home outfit were successful in pulling off a 2-1 victory in the penultimate match of the Championship season. Uwe Rosler’s men are also undefeated in the Championship this term, while Wednesday’s only defeat came in an away match against Ipswich.
This coupled with the fact that Leeds will be roared on by a raucous Elland Road, which is an intimidating prospect for most opposition and the visitors face an uphill task from the whistle. Italian striker Mirco Antenucci has two goals from three league games so far this term and is well fancied to get on the scoresheet, priced at 7/4 in the anytime market.
His strike partner Chris Wood, signed from Leicester City in the summer also opened his account last time out, so can take this momentum into the match against Wednesday.
Celtic v Dundee Utd
Ronny Deila’s outfit are undefeated in all competitions this season and head into this league encounter against Dundee Utd in fantastic form.
They put four past Inverness CT last time out as they cantered to a win, with goals from Mikael Lustig, Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong among the scorers, highlighting a number of possible scoring options. Their opponents have two defeats from three matches. Celtic are in the driving seat here.