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Wales, Netherlands, Belgium feature in fab Thursday treble

| 03.09.2015

Coral are back to brighten up the midweek betting, as the Euro 2016 qualifiers provide the perfect opportunity for a thrilling Thursday special.

The top trio up for grabs here are big-guns Wales, the Netherlands and Belgium at a fantastic 3/1 all to win.

Our specially selected treble, featuring the Dragons, Clockwork Orange and Red Devils, are all odds-on favourites to take the spoils, but read on for yet more reasons to back this bet…

Cyprus v Wales
The Gareth Bale show is back, and the Dragons’ main dangerman is 7/2 to strike first, after his goal beat Belgium last time out in Wales’ qualifying adventure.

Chris Coleman has shaped a solid and spirited team that will fight for each other tooth and nail, especially on their travels, and their stout defence is 21/20 to keep a clean sheet.

Unbeaten Wales, Group B leaders, are 5/6 favourites to sink minnows Cyprus, with safe passage to the France finals just a few points away.

Netherlands v Iceland
Soccer - International Friendly - Netherlands v Spain - Amsterdam Arena
A new breed of young, adaptable and dynamic attackers are taking Clockwork Orange, heavy 4/11 favourites to ease past Iceland, by storm.

It was Georginio Wijnaldum, now a star at St James’ Park, and PSV’s Luciano Narsingh who were on the scoresheet last for the Dutch, while Manchester United man Memphis Depay is an increasingly important figure.

The Netherlands, now bossed by Danny Blind, will also surely make use of their established stars such as skipper Arjen Robben (9/2 to net first) and Robin van Persie, however. With all that firepower, things could get tricky for the Icelandic guests.

Belgium v Bosnia and Herzegovina
Home side Belgium (1/2 to be victors) will be counting on a passionate backing by the crowd as they clash with the Golden Lilies, a team who have struggled in qualifying.

Why back the Red Devils to win? Kevin De Bruyne, Christian Benteke, Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku and Kevin Mirallas are the big names that make Belgium 11/2 to score four or more.



Holly Thackeray

Holly is a member of the content team, and can often be found on the sports desk writing about favourite topics Serie A and East Asian footballing nations. A recent darts convert, she is also a fully-fledged member of Barney's Army and a proud Leeds-born Manchester United fan.