Brentford, Middlesbrough and Wolves star in terrific 10/3 special

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Back Brentford, Middlesbrough and Wolves all to win at 10/3 in their upcoming domestic league clashes and reap the rewards of another sensational special offer.

All three teams featured in this tantalising treble are well poised for a potential promotion to the Premier League, and are all odds-on favourites to win their fixtures, as Mark Warburton’s Bees host Blackpool, Aitor Karanka’s Boro face a visit from Bolton Wanderers, while Kenny Jackett’s Wanderers will face Fulham.

Brentford v Blackpool
The home side, odds-on 1/2 favourites, have emerged victorious in the last three meetings between these sides and have not been beaten by the Seasiders since March 2005.

Warburton’s promotion hopefuls sit only a single point adrift of the final play-off position, having overcome third-placed Bournemouth in their last league outing.

Clinical finisher Andre Gray has become Brentford’s top scorer during this current campaign, after striking 12 times in 34 appearances. The prolific poacher is available at 7/2 to open proceedings at Griffin Park.

Middlesbrough v Bolton
Brilliant Boro, odds-on 1/2 favourites, toppled their league rivals last year with a 2-1 triumph at the Macron Stadium, and have only been beaten once in their previous five encounters.

Karanka’s Championship title hopefuls have had a sensational season, climbing to within two points of league leaders Derby County, as an automatic promotion looks increasingly likely this term.

Middlesbrough will be extremely confident of securing another home win, having lost just once in their previous 18 games in all competitions at the Riverside Stadium, including eight victories.

Patrick Bamford will again be the home side’s key attacking threat, with the astute attacker having struck 10 times this season, during his successful season-long loan spell from Chelsea. The superb striker is 4/1 to net last, having done so in a recent 1-1 draw with Birmingham City.

Wolves v Fulham
Play-off contenders Wolves, odds-on 4/5 favourites, have tasted defeat in just one of their previous six league games at Molineux Stadium, and destroyed Rotherham United 5-0 in their last outing, with Benik Afobe firing in a delightful double.

The in-form forward is 4/1 to score first against Fulham, having incredibly struck 24 times this season, including five in his last seven Championship appearances.