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Bournemouth, Ipswich, Wolves in awesome 11/2 Championship treble

The Championship returns following the international break, and Coral offer awesome odds of 11/2 on victories for Bournemouth, Ipswich Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Eddie Howe’s Cherries host Rotherham United, the Tractor Boys tackle Mick McCarthy’s former club Millwall and Wolves are at basement club Blackpool. Here’s why you should back this treble to come off.

Bournemouth v Rotherham
This was a League Two fixture in 2009/10 and Bournemouth did the double over the Millers back then. Since Good Friday, only Championship leaders Nottingham Forest have come away from Dean Court with anything, so that is why the Cherries are odds-on 4/6 to win.

Rotherham have only scored three times in seven outings in all competitions this term, while Bournemouth summer signing Callum Wilson has five goals already and is 6/5 to net anytime.

Ipswich v Millwall
In each of the last two seasons, Ipswich have beaten the Lions from south London 3-0 at Portman Road. A repeat scoreline is 18/1, a win to nil is 9/4 and victory for Mick’s men 11/10. One-time Republic of Ireland boss McCarthy both played for and managed Millwall, but should plot their downfall.

Scotland defender Christophe Berra has really carried a set piece threat this term with three goals under his belt already. It’s 17/2 that he nets anytime here, while last term’s Tractor Boys top scorer David McGoldrick is shorter at 2/1 in that market.

Blackpool v Wolves
Yet another old side of McCarthy’s, Wolves are going great under Kenny Jackett. The West Midlands outfit are only outside the automatic promotion places on goal difference. Blackpool, meanwhile, are rock bottom, pointless and with a hastily assembled squad, while chairman Karl Oyston has reportedly offered the manager’s job to Burton Albion boss Gary Rowett.

Considering the chaos at Bloomfield Road, it’s no wonder Wolves are odds-on at 5/6 to come away with an away win. Wanderers attacker Bakary Sako, who has three goals already this term, is 5/4 to net again anytime.