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Hitman Treble: Ladbrokes boost Ronaldo, Tevez & Balotelli

| 16.09.2014

Ladbrokes is celebrating the return of the Champions League with another of its Hitman Treble specials.

The bookmaker is boosting Cristiano Ronaldo, Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli from 13/5 to 4/1 to score at anytime in their respective fixtures.

Read on to find out why this is one bet you won’t want to miss out on.

Cristiano Ronaldo to score anytime v Basel @ 2/5

Few things in football are guaranteed but the closest thing is a Champions League goal from the Real Madrid ace.

His European record of 68 goals in 109 games is impressive enough but the fact that 52 of those have come in the 51 matches since he joined Los Blancos is simply staggering.

He netted 17 times in his 11 Champions league games en route to lifting the trophy last year and with four goals from five domestic games already this season another strike should come here.

Carlos Tevez to score anytime v Malmo @ 4/6

Tevez does not boast the same stats as Ronaldo but who does? The Juve ace is off and running this season, however, netting against Udinese last time out and is bang in form.

He smashed 20 goals for the Serie A champions last year and has netted 22 European strikes from 93 outings thus far – and against much tougher opposition than the Swedes.

Mario Balotelli to score anytime v Ludogorets @ 7/10

Balo may be yet to get off the mark as a red but in the absence of Daniel Sturridge can fill his boots against Ludogorets this week.

The former Inter Milan and Manchester City star is in double figures for Europe already – netting 12 time in 40 outings – and will be desperate to repay the faith Brendan Rogers has shown in his abilities.

The Bulgarians have conceded in four of their last five games and could find the trip to Anfield too daunting a task – much to Mario’s delight!

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.