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Chelsea, Celtic and Birmingham a truly tantalising 7/1 treble

| 31.10.2015

Holly Thackeray | October 29, 2015

Top trio of teams at a terrific price to match

Coral really have a sensational special up for grabs here, with Chelsea, Celtic and Birmingham a scintillating 7/1 all to win their upcoming clashes.

With a weekend of wonderful wagers and fascinating fixtures ahead, this tempting treble is certainly prime for a punt at such a generous price, especially as our top trio are otherwise all match favourites or odds-on in individual markets.

In addition, our big three all claim a hefty home advantage. So, read on to find out more reasons why backing this excellently enhanced bet is worth your attention…

Chelsea v Liverpool

Soccer - Barclays Premier League - Chelsea v Aston Villa - Stamford Bridge
If there is one team to get the Blues fired-up it’s Saturday lunchtime opponents Liverpool and, with Chelsea hosting the scuffle at Stamford Bridge, they are evens to triumph.

Jose Mourinho’s men boast greater strength in depth than their rivals in red, as Jurgen Klopp will be without potent firepower in the form of sidelined pair Christian Benteke and Daniel Sturridge.

Chelsea have not lost to Liverpool in their last eight encounters across all competitions and, with so much to play for, will be going for the jugular.

Celtic v Aberdeen

Soccer - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - Celtic v Dundee United - Celtic Park
Scottish giants Celtic must be getting restless as they once again straddle the summit of the Scottish Premier League with a four point cushion.

Having won nine of 11 matches so far and lost just once, it’s no wonder the Bhoys are 1/2 favourites to best this battle with out-of-form Aberdeen, who have failed to win any of their past four outings.

The Glaswegian juggernauts have dropped only one league point at Celtic Park so far this season, so Aberdeen look unlikely to cause any real problems, as they have won just once in their last 14 attempts at this away fixture.

Birmingham City v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Birmingham City v Bristol City - St Andrews
Gary Rowett’s boys in blue are 13/8 to win this West Midlands derby versus Wolves, who are stranded and struggling mid-table in the Championship.

Birmingham, meanwhile, look to be on the up, as they sit in sixth, but are just one point behind second-placed Hull City, and a measly five adrift of top spot. Having taken the spoils at St Andrew’s against their rivals last term, the second city side will be confident of a repeat performance.


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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.