Germany, Portugal and Romania star in fab 4/1 Euro 2016 treble
Coral are offering customers yet another sensational special offer to enjoy during the next exciting set of Euro 2016 qualifying clashes!
Back Germany, Portugal and Romania all to triumph at 4/1 in their upcoming international encounters and reap the rich rewards of these excellently enhanced odds.
All three nations featured in this tantalising treble are massive odds-on favourites to secure another three points against inferior opposition, so it makes sense to back this brilliantly boosted combined offering.
Joachim Low’s reigning World Cup champions Germany make a trip to Dublin to tackle the Republic of Ireland, while Cristiano Ronaldo and company take on Denmark and Romania face Finland.
Here are even more reasons why you should back this terrific trio of countries.
Ireland v Germany
The dominant world champions are seeking to further their superiority in France next summer and can take a step closer towards that feat by overcoming Ireland, which they are odds-on 8/15 to do in Dublin.
Low’s side currently sit at the summit of Group D after a superb qualifying campaign so far and another victory would secure them a place at next year’s competition.
Thomas Muller has been at his clinical best so far, notching-up eight goals in seven outings, and the Bayern Munich marksman is 4/1 to open proceedings at the Aviva Stadium.
Portugal v Denmark
The Portuguese need only a point to assure their position in France but look likely of claiming all three in this fixture with the likes of skipper Ronaldo in their ranks.
They are the odds-on 8/11 favourites to topple Denmark in this Group I encounter, having rocketed to the top of their standings.
Ronaldo recently became Real Madrid’s joint-all-time goal scorer and he will be hoping to add to his five strikes in five qualifying outings for his country during international duty this week.
Romania v Finland
The hosts are the odds-on 8/11 favourites to come away with another triumph on home soil, having rallied to a solid second-place in Group F, just a single point adrift of narrow leaders Northern Ireland.
Bogdan Stancu and Paul Papp leads the scoring charts for Romania so far in qualifying with two goals apiece, and the deadly duo are sure to be a threat once again to a Finland outfit that holds the second-worst defensive record within this group.