Bournemouth, Bolton, Brentford in 15/2 Championship treble

The Championship resumes after FA Cup action, and Coral offer customers enhanced odds of 15/2 on a hat-trick of home wins for Bournemouth, Bolton Wanderers and Brentford this weekend.

Eddie Howe’s Cherries clash with Norwich City, the Trotters tackle Leeds United and the Bees battle Rotherham United. Each of our three featured teams are odds-on or short-price favourites for victory. Your best bet, then, is to take the combined price of a tasty 13/2 on the hosts winning in front of their own fans.

Read on to discover specific reasons why the south coast side, Neil Lennon’s Wanderers and Mark Warburton’s west London outfit will all earn victory.

Bournemouth v Norwich
Canaries caretaker Mike Phelan could hardly have a tougher assignment ahead of the prospective appointment of Hamilton Academical boss Alex Neil to replace Neil Adams. Bournemouth top the table under Howe, and have recorded four straight wins across all competitions, which is why they are odds-on 10/11 favourites to beat Norwich.

In-form Cherries midfielder Harry Arter has netted in each of their last five league outings, so why not back him to make it six successive strikes at a fabulous 4/1 in the anytime market?

Bolton v Leeds
As United are on a six-match winless run including three straight defeats in all competitions, and Lennon’s lads are undefeated at home under him, Wanderers are 21/20 favourites for three points here.

Veteran striker Emile Heskey made a real impact on his Bolton bow by scoring against Blackburn Rovers, and a repeat performance from the ex-England striker is a 7/4 anytime chance. Iceland’s leading marksman Eidur Gudjohnsen, in his second spell at the Trotters, is the same price in that market.

Brentford v Rotherham
As the Bees beat the Millers 2-0 in the reverse fixture back in August, they are odds-on 10/11 favourites to win again. Brentford top scorer Andre Gray grabbed the opener in that encounter, and is 9/2 to do that again, or a shorter 6/5 in the anytime market.