Hitman Treble: Kane, Rooney and Costa to all hit the net!

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Three top-quality players with one aim are given a handsome price to fulfil their Saturday afternoon missions in the Premier League with Ladbrokes’ latest Hitman Treble.

This week’s nominees are Harry Kane, Wayne Rooney and Diego Costa are the subject of a massive boost to collectively score from 6/1, way out to 9/1 in their respective top-flight clashes.

The spotlight is shone on their individual matches below.

Kane – Tottenham v Sunderland

Spurs’ home-grown sensation was just a Europa League part-timer at White Hart Lane when the clubs did battle in mid-September.

Now rested for cup games, as was the case in midweek against Burnley, Kane has become a lethal goal scorer blessed with every asset going and a tally of six goals in as many league games to boot.

Rooney – QPR v Manchester United

After Louis van Gaal’s experiment with Angel Di Maria playing off Robin van Persie backfired against Southampton and Radamel Falcao unable to suitably impress the Dutchman, it would be no surprise to see Rooney returned to the frontline at Loftus Road.

England’s skipper hasn’t added to his eight league goals since Boxing Day, but also fired in the return fixture during a 4-0 win over a QPR side whose earlier home form has now also deserted them.

Costa – Swansea v Chelsea

The cupboards are empty where fresh superlatives and Costa are concerned. Put simply, the former Atletico Madrid man is the Premier League’s leading scorer with 15 and he fired in a hat-trick against the Swans.

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

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