Atletico to keep abreast of Barcelona and Real Madrid with away win to nil

This week’s dose of the Sunday Treble features a medley of bets from a range of markets with media darlings Atletico Madrid taking centre stage in a three-pronged assault on the bookmaker that yields a 16/1 payday.

Los Colchoneros will not be hindered on their march towards the La Liga title when they travel to Getafe where a win to nil is in the offing.

Meanwhile, Rafa Benitez’s Napoli will continue their push to nail down a Champions League place by comprehensively besting visiting Lazio, but we start in France, where Paris Saint-Germain will take out their Champions League frustrations on poor old Lyon.

Paris Saint-Germain to beat Lyon to nil @ 2/1

Prior to their last-gasp aggregate defeat against Chelsea in midweek, PSG had returned from three successive sojourns without conceding a goal, winning each of the games.

Guingamp and Monaco remain the only Ligue 1 clubs to have stopped them triumphing on the road since their shock loss at Evian in early December and out-of-sorts Lyon look set to fall foul of a backlash.

Les Gones have suffered defeat three times in succession at the Stade Gerland contributing to a run of five losses in seven and haven’t breached Les Parisiens’ defence in any of their previous three attempts.

Napoli (-1) to beat Lazio @ 8/5

Partenopei cruised by Juventus the last time they were San Paolo side and prevented Biancocelesti from finding the net when they visited for a Coppa Italia clash in January.

They’ve scored at least two in five of eight on the homestead across all competitions and a repeat of these two factors here will ensure this arm of the treble is successful.

Atletico to beat Getafe to nil @ 11/10

No Spanish outfit has outperformed Atleti in terms of games won on the road this season.

Their next adversaries have the fourth-worst home record in La Liga hampering them here and have lost ten times from 16, scoring 13 goals, against top-half dwelling opposition.

The Champions League semi-finalists have kept the most clean sheets in the division and have won each of their previous three league away matches.