Enhanced Treble: Man City, Bayern and Real all boosted to win
Banker bets don’t often offer the greatest value but Ladbrokes has changed all that with its latest Enhanced Treble offering.
The bookmaker has looked at three nailed-on results this weekend, with Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid all odds-on for home wins, and given the trio the Price Boost treatment.
Read on to see why backing these three for victory over at 6/4 – up from 6/5 – is too good to ignore.
City go into this tie on the back of four successive wins and will be confident of swatting Everton aside at the Etihad.
The Toffees have underperformed of late, losing to Tottenham and drawing with Hull, and a record of one win in five away games is hardly the best preparation for a match with the champions, who have lost just four of their last 73 at home in the league!
In the last 10 years Leverkusen league wins against Bayern stand at just one, with Bayer inflicting Bundesliga defeat on Bayern in 2012 and 2006, and despite losing just two of their last 18 domestic outings that run looks set to be extended here.
Munich are running away with the league having not lost a game yet this season. In fact their unbeaten record now stretches back 16 games and with Pep Guardoila’s men losing just one of their last 36 league games at the Allianz Arena this one looks like a banker.
Celta have had a good deal of success against Real, beating them 2-0 on their most recent meeting to make it two wins from five clashes, but they haven’t won at the Bernabeu since 2006 .
The visitors may have lost just one of their last six on the road but they come into this tie on the back of three straight defeats ion all competitions and that simply isn’t good enough preparation for a Madrid side blowing everyone out of the water at present.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men have won 17 games in a row in all competitions now, including 10 straight La Liga victories. Los Blancos have been humbled just four times in 65 domestic home games and as such there inclusion in this enhanced-price treble should be considered a treat.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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