Hitman Treble: Costa, Ronaldo and Kane all enhanced

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Few things in football are guaranteed but a Cristiano Ronaldo goal is about as close as you can get and Ladbrokes has made the Real Madrid ace the star of this week’s Hitman Treble.

The Portugal star is joined by a none-too-shabby supporting cast too, with Chelsea’s deadly Spaniard Diego Costa and Tottenham’s man-of-the-moment Harry Kane also given the Price Boost treatment by the bookmakers.

Read on to see why backing this trio at 5/1 – up from 4/1 – is an offer too good to miss this weekend.

Ronaldo to score anytime v Espanyol

Real may have seen their incredible winning run come crashing down with back-to-back defeats but there is no stopping CR7, who has now smashed an incredible 35 goals in 29 games this season.

With seven of those strikes coming in his last seven games this is as close to a banker as an anytime scorer bet comes.

Diego Costa to score anytime v Newcastle

Costa may not be living up to the ridiculously high standards he set in the opening few matches of the season but the Spaniard is a still a striker to be feared.

The Chelsea ace has netted 15 goals in 25 games for club and country this term and with three strikes in his last six games is approaching top form.

Newcastle beware!

Harry Kane to score v Crystal Palace

With 16 goals in 26 games this season Harry Kane has been something of a sensation. The 21-year-old forced his way into Spurs’ Premier League line-up with some dazzling European displays and has repaid manager Mauricio Pochettino’s faith by hitting six goals in his last seven games.

With Kane on the scene Alan Pardew might not be Abel to enjoy his Eagles league debut.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.