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Man Utd, Southampton, Leicester make a magnificent 4/1 treble

| 07.11.2015

Holly Thackeray | November 5, 2015

Top Premier League trio 4/1 all to win

It’s back to the bread and butter of Premier League business this weekend, and Coral have some superb enhanced odds up for grabs, with this tempting treble offering Manchester United, Southampton and Leicester City at 4/1 all to win.

Man Utd meet West Bromwich Albion, Saints scuffle with struggling Sunderland and the Foxes host Watford, and are all so scroll down for even more excellent reasons to place this weekend wager…

Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion

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The Red Devils’ robust rearguard has conceded just one Premier League goal all campaign, with the likes of David de Gea and Chris Smalling in sublime form. Tony Pulis’ team will face a tough task to breach the Old Trafford backline then, with Man Utd odds-on at 5/6 to win to nil.

Undefeated during normal time on home turf across all competitions and fresh from triumph in the Champions League means the Mancunians are obvious 1/3 favourites for victory in the regular market too, with Wayne Rooney crucially back among the goals.

Sunderland v Southampton

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Saints’ cracking collection of sharpshooters, including in-form pair Graziano Pelle and Sadio Mane, must surely smell blood ahead of their trip to the Stadium of Light, after the Black Cats conceded six goals last time out.

Southampton are 4/5 to take the spoils all for themselves, having smashed nine past the Mackems in two tussles last term, and also enter this clash on the back of a resounding south coast derby win.

Leicester City v Watford

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The Foxes (20/23 for victory) are flying and currently sit a fantastic third in the league, ahead of several sides boasting far bigger resources. Coach Claudio Ranieri has done a tremendous job, but does have deadly dangermen Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez at his disposal, with the duo bagging 10 of the Midlands club’s past 11 goals between them.

Leicester have been beaten at the King Power just once in the league this campaign, so new boys the Hornets’ chance of spoiling their fantastic form looks slim.


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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.