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TREBLE

Fixture: Hammarby v AIK (2pm)
Market: Both Teams to Score
Selection: Yes
Odds: 8/13 (add to bet slip here)

Fixture: Basel v FC Sion (3pm)
Market: Asian Handicap (-0.5,-1.0)
Selection: Basel
Odds: 37/40 (add to bet slip here)

Fixture: Lillestrom v Stromsgodset (7pm)
Market: Both Teams to Score
Selection: Yes
Odds: 8/15 (add to bet slip here)

The treble is available at odds of 15/4 with bet365.

Hammarby v AIK
Hammarby have been the banker of the year in the both teams to score market. In 18 matches since the opening day of the season, both sides have found the net in every one of Hammarby's games. Odds of 8/13 seem particularly generous for that reason alone but AIK provide further support for the selection having seen both sides score in each of their league matches since the mid-season break. Away from home, both teams have scored in five of AIK's last six matches in the Swedish top-flight.

Basel v FC Sion
Basel won a seventh successive Swiss Super League title in May and they finished last season a massive 33 points ahead of Sion. Unsurprisingly, the top price for another Basel title this term is a measly 1/5. They have lost just 7% of their home league games in the last 13 years (W174, D42, L17). Sion, meanwhile, struggled on the road last season, winning just two of their last 14 competitive matches away from home (D4, L8). They have lost every one of their last five league meetings with Basel, conceding a total of nine goals along the way and scoring just one. The Asian Handicap (-0.5,-1.0) will return a winner at the full price if Basel win by two or more goals and at half the price if they win by one.

Lillestrom v Stromsgodset
Both sides have scored in 12 of Lillestrom's 16 league matches this season and in five of their last six. Although they have collected just one point from their last six games, both sides have scored in each of their last three at home. Both sides have also scored in five of Stomsgodset's last six matches away from home in all competitions (scored 9, conceded 11). Both teams have found the net in each of the last two meetings between Lillestrom and Stromsgodset and it wouldn't be at all surprising if the trend continues on Sunday evening.

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TREBLE

Fixture: Rapid Vienna v SV Ried (3pm)
Market: Alternative Asian Handicap
Selection: Rapid Vienna -0.5
Odds: 21/40 (add to bet slip here)

Fixture: Molde v Sarpsborg (5pm)
Market: Both Teams to Score
Selection: Yes
Odds: 8/13 (add to bet slip here)

Fixture: Colorado Rapids v FC Dallas (2am)
Market: Full Time Result
Selection: Colorado Rapids
Odds: 6/5 (add to bet slip here)

The treble is available at odds of 9/2 with bet365.

Rapid Vienna v SV Ried
Last season's runners-up Rapid Vienna finished the 2015/2016 season 23 points above SV Ried on the Austrian Bundesliga table. They won eight of their last 11 home league games and they will fancy their chances of kicking the new season off with another home win against an SV Ried side that managed just one win in 18 away from home in 2015/2016 (D7, L10) - the worst record on the road in the division. The Alternative Asian Handicap (-0.5) is no different to the full time result market (we need a home win either way) but, in this case, the odds are better via the Asian Handicap market.

Molde v Sarpsborg
Molde's last nine competitive games have produced a total of 35 goals (scored 16, conceded 19) and they have kept just one clean sheet in the process. They have scored a total of 30 league goals so far this season (bettered only by Rosenborg and Haugesund - both with 31) and only three sides in the Norwegian Tippeligaen have conceded more. Sarpsborg's last two matches have produced a total of 10 goals (scored 5, conceded 5). They have found the net 11 times in their last five games (including at least one goal in each) and they have conceded a total of 18 goals in their last seven league matches away from home.

Colorado Rapids v FC Dallas
A home win in the early hours of Sunday morning (BST) would lift Colorado Rapids to the top of the Western Conference with three games in hand on current leaders Dallas. Colorado are unbeaten in 14 league matches and their home record is even more impressive - W8, D2, L0 so far this season, conceding a total of just four goals along the way. Dallas have been even more reliant on their home form this season; away from home, they have won just two of their last eight league matches (D1, L5) and they have failed to score in six of those games.

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Goals Galore is the bet where the only thing that matters is whether or not both teams hit the back of the net.

GOALS GALORE TREBLE - BONUS COUPON
(80% of total stake)

Both teams to score in each of the following games:

Sturm Graz v Salzburg (5.30pm),
Club Brugge v Standard Liege (7pm),
Columbus Crew v Orlando City (12.30am*).

*listed on the coupon as 11.59pm

The treble is available at odds of 9/2.


GOALS GALORE 7-FOLD - BONUS COUPON
(20% of total stake)

Both teams to score in each of the following games:

Cowdenbeath v Dunfermline (3pm),
Inverness v Dundee United (3pm),
St Johnstone v Falkirk (3pm).
Sturm Graz v Salzburg (5.30pm),
Club Brugge v Standard Liege (7pm),
Columbus Crew v Orlando City (12.30am*),
Houston Dynamo v Vancouver Whitecaps (2.30am*).

*listed on the coupon as 11.59pm

The 7-fold is available at odds of 50/1.

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YANKEE
(11 bets in total:
6 doubles, 4 trebles and 1 fourfold)


The home team to win and both teams to score in at least two of the following games:

BRECHIN v Stirling Albion at 9/4 (7.45pm),
QUEEN OF SOUTH v Airdrieonians at 11/5 (7.45pm),
ST MIRREN v Ayr at 9/4 (7.45pm),
PETERHEAD v Forfar at 11/5 (8pm).

The best odds are available with bet365.

2 winners would return the total stake,
3 winners would return around 6 times the total stake,
4 winners would return around 28 times the total stake.

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Goals Galore is the bet where the only thing that matters is whether or not both teams hit the back of the net.

GOALS GALORE TREBLE - BONUS COUPON
Both teams to score in each of the following games:

Vancouver Whitecaps v Orlando City (3am*),
AIK v Malmö FF (4.30pm),
Sarpsborg 08 v Lillestrom (7pm).

*listed on the coupon as 11.59pm on Saturday

The treble is available at odds of 9/2.

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Goals Galore is the bet where the only thing that matters is whether or not both teams hit the back of the net.

GOALS GALORE TREBLE
LONG LIST COUPON

Both teams to score in each of the following games:

Elfsborg v IFK Göteborg (2pm),
Örebro v BK Häcken (4.30pm),
Bodø / Glimt v Odd (5pm).

The treble is available at odds of 3/1.

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Goals Galore is the bet where the only thing that matters is whether or not both teams hit the back of the net.

GOALS GALORE TREBLE - BONUS COUPON
Both teams to score in each of the following games (3pm):

Forfar v Dumbarton,
IFK Norrköping v Östersunds FK,
Motherwell v Rangers.

The treble is available at odds of 9/2.

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TREBLE

France to beat Rep of Ireland (1/2) - 2pm
Germany to beat Slovakia (9/20) - 5pm
Hungary and Belgium to draw (5/2) - 8pm

The treble is available at odds in excess of 13/2 with bet365.


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France v Rep of Ireland
Euro 2016 hosts France are the favourites to win the tournament and, although they were far from their best in the group stages, their squad is clearly capable of going all the way this summer. They topped Group A as expected with wins over Romania and Albania followed by a draw with Switzerland having already achieved qualification to the round of 16. France may need to be patient because Ireland are unlikely to commit too many men forward but Belgium were able to breach the Irish defence three times without reply last weekend and the likes of Payet, Pogba and Griezmann will no doubt relish the challenge. Ireland qualified for Euro 2016 through the playoffs and they scraped through to the knockout phase as one of the best third-placed teams but they were rather fortunate to face Italy after they had already secured top spot in Group E. Robbie Brady’s 85th minute header extended Ireland's stay in France but it would take an incredible achievement to negotiate a place in the quarter finals at the expense of the hosts and odds of 1/2 seem about right for the Irish dream to end in 90 minutes on Sunday afternoon.

Germany v Slovakia
Germany didn't set the world alight with their performances in the group stages but they still topped Group C and they are one of only two sides yet to concede a single goal at Euro 2016. Thomas Muller is yet to find the net during Euro 2016 and it wouldn't be at all surprising if he put that right on Sunday evening. Germany rarely disappoint in major tournaments and the current world champions will expect to survive this round of 16 tie against a Slovakia side that finished below Wales and England in Group B. Slovakia are no pushovers but they are likely to set up not to concede and therefore they are unlikely to cause a solid-looking German defence too many problems at the other end of the pitch. Germany's quality in attacking areas should be enough to find at least a goal or two and therefore it is difficult to see anything other than a win in 90 minutes and a safe passage to the quarter finals.

Hungary v Belgium
Hungary have been the surprise package of Euro 2016 so far, topping Group E ahead of Iceland, Portugal and Austria, scoring a total of six goals in the process - no side in the tournament scored more during the group stage. They even had the audacity to make seven changes to their starting line up for the 3-3 draw with Portugal and therefore they go into this game with fresh legs and confidence in abundance. Belgium, meanwhile, finished as runners up in Group E by following a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Italy with successive wins over Ireland and Sweden. However, the second half against Ireland was the only period of the group stage that Belgium actually impressed and, despite a favourable draw in the knockout phase, it promises to be far tougher than is widely expected. Their apparent inability to get the best out of a talented squad suggests that Hungary will provide a genuine test of Belgium's strength. Two of the three last-16 ties have gone beyond 90 minutes and odds of 5/2 are worth taking for this game to follow suit.

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TRIXIE
At least two of the following players to score at any time (90 minutes only):


Robert Lewandowski
Poland v Switzerland (2pm),

Gareth Bale
Wales v Northern Ireland (5pm),

Cristiano Ronaldo
Croatia v Portugal (8pm).

2 winners would return approximately twice the total stake.
3 winners would return almost 12 times the total stake.

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TREBLE

Poland to qualify v Switzerland (2pm),
Wales to qualify v Northern Ireland (5pm),
Croatia to qualify v Portugal (8pm).

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Switzerland v Poland
Switzerland qualified for the last 16 with a 1-0 win over Albania and two draws against Romania and a much-changed France. They, like Poland, have only managed to find the net twice so far in Euro 2016 and therefore a goal-fest seems unlikely on Saturday afternoon. However, Poland scored 33 goals in their qualifying campaign – the highest tally in Europe. Although they have not yet replicated that goalscoring form in France, Robert Lewandowski is yet to find the net and it must be only a matter of time before he does. In spite of their shortage of goals, they are one of only two sides yet to concede a single goal in Euro 2016 and they have now kept a total of six clean sheets in their last seven games, losing just two of their last 23. No side in the tournament bettered their seven point tally in the group stages. If both sides continue playing to the levels they showed in the group stages, Poland should have enough to edge out their opponents in what promises to be a tight encounter.

Wales v Northern Ireland
By topping Group B (ahead of England, Slovakia and Russia), Wales have given themselves an incredible opportunity to re-write the history books and they will fancy their chances against a Northern Ireland side that has already far exceeded pre-tournament expectations. No side has scored more goals than Wales at Euro 2016 while Gareth Bale found the net in all three of their' group games and it wouldn't be at all surprising if he continued that run on Saturday evening. Despite defeats to Poland and Germany, Northern Ireland scraped through to the round of 16 from a difficult group and, though their work ethic and team spirit is in no doubt whatsoever, the absence of any genuine top class talent is likely to see their journey end. In any case, both sides will be proud of their achievements so far but Wales go into this game with the momentum and a place in the quarter final beckons.

Croatia v Portugal
Croatia were one of the outstanding teams in the group stages of Euro 2016 and they were only denied a perfect three wins from three games by an 89th minute penalty against Czech Republic. Croatia are currently on the longest unbeaten run among all teams involved at Euro 2016 having played 10 international matches without defeat (W8, D2). Portugal have proved similarly difficult to beat in recent games but they scraped through to the round of 16 with a third-placed finish behind Hungary and Iceland in Group F. They are the only side left in the tournament that has yet to win a game and their over-reliance on Cristiano Ronaldo may play into the hands of a Croatia side arguably boasting the best midfield in Europe. It may go beyond 90 minutes but if Croatia can reproduce their group-stage form on Saturday evening, Portugal's defensive frailties will be exposed.