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Bradford, Huddersfield, Sheff Wed a terrific Yorkshire treble

This season’s Capital One Cup is upon us, and Coral celebrate this by offering a fantastic 5/1 treble for all of Yorkshire clubs Bradford City, Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday to win their respective matches in 90 minutes.

The Bantams face a local derby match as they travel to fellow county club York City, the Terriers host Notts County and the Owls entertain Mansfield.

All three clubs featured in this enhanced special are odds-on or short-price favourites for victory, and each face lower league opposition. Here are more reasons to back this brilliant bet.

York v Bradford
Being close to each other geographically, it is no surprise that these two teams have faced each other no less than 70 times before in all competitions, but Bradford are undefeated in the last 14 meetings with each other, since 1980.

The last time they duelled was in the 2012/13 League Two campaign at York’s Bootham Crescent stadium, with the Bantams winning 2-0 with James Hanson getting a goal. Bradford-born forward Hanson is 5/4 to net again anytime in 90 minutes, while the visitors are 11/8 favourites.

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Huddersfield v Notts County
In recent years, West Yorkshire outfit Huddersfield are unbeaten against the Magpies and have won three of those four matches, which is why they are the odds-on 8/13 match favourites.

The Terriers have a whole host of talent going forward, including former Premier League strikers James Vaughan and Ishmael Miller, as well as Bermuda talent Nahki Wells. They are respective 6/5, 5/4 and evens chances in the anytime scorer market in normal time.

Sheff Wed v Mansfield
The Owls have not lost to the Stags since the 70s, and they are two divisions apart currently. Championship club Wednesday are the heavy odds-on favourites for this battle.

In terms of goals, exciting Romanian striker Sergiu Bus and Stevie May are the ones to look out for, and they are priced at 5/4 and evens respectively to net anytime.