Liverpool may have causes to fear a Blackburn upset in the FA Cup last eight today, but those who think they’ll cruise into the semi-finals will like the sound of our 6/4 enhanced treble.
For those Reds reasons to be wary click here, but for many the chance to include the hottest property in English football at the moment in a threefold punt involving Scottish superpowers Celtic and Hibs will be too tempting to resist.
An odds against price for this trio to prevail is fantastic value, with manifold factors saying the wager is going to land.
Liverpool to beat Blackburn @ 3/10
Brendan Rodgers’ side haven’t lost a domestic match in 21.
Each of their previous six tussles to be contested on British soil ended with the Merseysiders snaring the spoils, while they’ve also seen off five straight foes at Anfield.
Each of the teams they’ve surpassed have been of a loftier standing than Championship side Blackburn, who don’t win too many on the road.
Victory at Sheffield Wednesday in their last sojourn was their first in 11 attempts in the second-tier and, although they don’t lose too often (six across this time frame ended all square), avoiding defeat here will be a big ask.
Celtic to beat Dundee United @ 21/50
A 2-1 December defeat at Tannadice snapped a streak of eight Celtic wins in nine against this adversary and the Bhoys will be looking to spark a similar spell of dominance by avenging that loss here.
They’ve triumphed in all but three of their last 11 trips to the orange and black half of Tayside and will do battle having failed to win just one of their last 11 domestic games.
Having savoured a stellar January that saw the Terrors go unbeaten in six, February hasn’t been as kind to Jackie McNamara’s men.
Their downturn in form has coincided with Celtic’s transfer deadline day swiping of star pair Stuart Armstrong and Gary Mackay-Steven; since the they’ve won one of five (against League One side Stranraer) and are without victory in four on the spin.
Hibs to beat Berwick @ 7/50
The Edinburgh outfit’s microscopic price is understandable given the lengthy unbeaten run they currently find themselves on.
They’ve dodged defeat on 12 straight occasions ahead of Berwick’s trip to Easter Road, winning each of their last five and only conceding one goal in the process.
Second bottom in the Scottish fourth tier, the Borderers shouldn’t pose too much of a problem as they didn’t for any of their last three divisional opponents.
Each recorded victory over Colin Cameron’s men to ensure confidence will be rock bottom ahead of this FA Cup tie.