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Cracking 7/2 Championship treble with Watford, Ipswich and Derby

The Championship takes centre stage with Coral in this sensational special, as the weekend welcomes a thrilling final fixture list featuring crunch clashes galore.

So, lucky customers can celebrate the last round by backing this brilliant value treble bet featuring Watford, Ipswich Town and Derby County at 7/2 all to win their upcoming duels.

The already promoted Hornets can sting Sheffield Wednesday, while the Tractor Boys take on Blackburn Rovers and the Rams fight Reading.

There is still plenty of action to enjoy before the play-offs take place, so read on to find out what makes this treble so terrific.

Watford v Sheffield Wednesday
The Hornets flew to a 3-0 win over Wednesday in the reverse and are odds-on at 4/11 to enjoy another victory having already sealed promotion to the Premier League.

Watford will surely be expecting to flex their muscles against the Sheffield club, and are 6/4 to celebrate their rise by scoring three or more again.

The Owls have little left to play for as they will certainly finish the season in mid-table mediocrity, so the opportunity is there for the Hornets to finish the season in style and put the icing on the cake by being crowned league champions.

In-form forwards Troy Deeney, Odion Ighalo and Matej Vydra are priced at 7/2, 9/2 and 5/4 in the first, last and anytime scorer markets respectively.

Blackburn Rovers v Ipswich Town
Ipswich make the trek to Lancashire to battle Blackburn, where the Tractor Boys are 13/10 favourites to take the spoils.

To cement their place in the promotion play-offs Mick McCarthy’s men must win, but should be confident after taking 10 points from the last 12 on offer.

Formidable forward Freddie Sears in one to watch for the visitors after hitting four in his last three appearances, and is 7/4 to add to his tally of nine anytime.

Derby County v Reading
The Rams are currently clinging to the last play-off place and will want to make sure they hang on to it with a home victory against Reading.

Derby are odds-on at 2/5 to defeat the Royals, and dangerman Darren Bent could make the difference. The Aston Villa-owned attacker is 7/2 to draw first blood, while fellow loan stars Jesse Lingard and Tom Ince are both 5/4 in the anytime market.