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Chelsea, Bournemouth and Middlesbrough in thrilling 5/1 treble

Coral are offering incredible enhanced odds for Tuesdays tantalising Capital One Cup and Championship action, so beat the midweek blues by backing giants Chelsea and Championship contenders Bournemouth and Middlesbrough all to win at a fantastic value 5/1.

Liverpool v Chelsea
Chelsea have been in fine form of late and, after smashing five past Swansea City last time out in the Premier League, are favourites at 5/4 to triumph in this cracking Capital One Cup semi-final first leg clash.

The Blues have an excellent recent record against their upcoming foes, having not lost to the Merseyside men in their past five match-ups.

Having already defeated Brendan Rodgers’ Reds 2-1 this term, and done the double over them last season, Jose Mourinho’s men will be feeling confident they will have the measure of their opponents yet again.

Still on track for an unprecedented quadruple, the Stamford Bridge side will be expected to go all out at Anfield.

Premier League top assistant Cesc Fabregas and leading marksman Diego Costa are 10/1 and 5/1 to strike first and last respectively, whilst exciting Oscar, who has scored three in his last two outings, is 9/4 to net again anytime.

Leeds v Bournemouth
Current Championship leaders Bournemouth, odds-on at 8/11 to triumph, will be aiming to stay top dog by downing a lacklustre Leeds side that are dangling perilously above the drop zone.

The Cherries have catapulted to the top of the table after winning five of their last six games, and boast one of the second tier’s most potent poachers in Callum Wilson.

Rampant Wilson has grabbed 12 of Bournemouth’s league goals this term, and is odds-on at 5/4 in the anytime market or 4/1 to fire home first against a leaky Leeds defence that has conceded 38 times in 26 games.

The Elland Road outfit have also failed to win any of their past eight outings, making the Cherries a fantastic shout at 5/2 to put three or more past their hosts.

Middlesbrough v Cardiff
Boro have beaten Cardiff in five of their past eight encounters, and are odds-on at 8/13 to take all three points again.

Aitor Karanka’s men have been climbing eagerly up the Championship table and are now sitting pretty in fourth place. The Bluebirds, meanwhile, are on the wane after winning just two of their last eight outings across all competitions.

Host Middlesbrough have already defeated the Welsh capital club once this campaign, so top scorers Grant Leadbitter and Chelsea-owned Patrick Bamford are great shouts at 6/4 and 6/5 to strike anytime respectively.