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Hitman Treble: Arsenal, Barcelona and Juventus stars boosted

| 22.11.2014

The weekend brings a feast of top European football back to our screens, so tuck in your napkins, and tuck into Ladbrokes’ latest offer on three special goal-scoring talents.

If the below triumvirate of superstars manage to find the net in their respective televised clashes, Ladbrokes will pay out at 8/1, enhanced from 6/1.

Alexis Sanchez to score for Arsenal v Manchester United (Saturday, 17.30, Sky Sports 1)

Arsenal’s Chilean could melt plastic right now. It’s not difficult to see why Sanchez is the Emirates Stadium’s new darling as he’s plundered a dozen goals from just 18 appearances for his new employers.

He has now notched in his last four games too, sandwiching a belter against Anderlecht in the Champions League between five goals in his last three Premier League appearances.

Lionel Messi to score for Barcelona v Seville (Saturday, 19:00, Sky Sports 5)

Boasting similarly prolific numbers is four-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi, who is just one shy of Sanchez’s seasonal tally, but from three games less.

Two more goals in Europe saw Messi draw level with Raul’s all-time Champions League record, while the diminutive maestro also notched on international duty to seal a win over Croatia.

Carlos Tevez to score for Juventus v Lazio (Saturday, 19:45, BT Sport 1)

Having blazed a path to eight goals from his first seven Juve appearances this season, Tevez underwent a six-game dip where the goals dried up.

However, the former Manchester United and Manchester City livewire bounced back before the internationals with a brace as Juve routed Parma 7-0.

Tevez scored twice against Lazio in three appearances last season as well.

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

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.