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Bournemouth, Middlesbrough & Watford in super 7/2 treble

Coral present a marvellous midweek Championship special with Bournemouth, Middlesbrough and Watford a sensational 7/2 all to win.

Bournemouth v Wolves
The high-flying Cherries haven’t lost to the West Midlands outfit in four meetings, and won earlier in the season 2-1 at Molineux. Harry Arter and Matt Ritchie dispatched, and are good value at 13/2 and 15/2 respectively to break the deadlock.

Bournemouth top scorer Callum Wilson has been in fantastic form this season, having hit 18 goals across all competitions and the visitors will have to be on guard.

Middlesbrough v Millwall
Aitor Karanka’s side are heavily odds-on at 4/9 to beat the south east London outfit, who are in the bottom three of the Championship. Earlier in the campaign Boro ran out 5-1 winners at The Den, with Jelle Vossen hitting a hat-trick.

The 25-year-old is 20/1 to repeat this and 4/1 to break the deadlock. Also on the scoresheet was joint-top scorer Patrick Bamford and Kike, who are 7/2 and 4/1 respectively to notch the first goal.

Watford v Fulham
Having staged a remarkable second half comeback at Elland Road to beat Leeds United 3-2 last time out, the high-flying Hornets host Fulham, a side they beat 5-0 in December. Skipper Troy Deeney hit a hat-trick and is 20/1 to repeat that, with 4/1 first scorer odds available.

Czech Republic striker Matej Vydra, who is 5/1 to net the opener, bagged a brace in the Leeds win, and Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic said he has been happy with the striker’s performance this season: “He must be happy with his performance and he must be happy with his two goals. I am really happy with how he participated in the [Leeds] game.

“He is fighting, defending and he believes in himself and his teammates. That is good news for me,” Jokanovic continued.

“At this stage of the Championship I am now going to be depending on my squad. I believe my players understand that. That is the most positive thing to come out of this game.”