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Derby, Norwich, Watford, a fantastic 11/2 Coral Championship treble

Coral are offering outstanding value once again this weekend; if punters pile money on victories at home for promotion contenders Derby County, Norwich City and Watford, then a boosted price of 11/2 is available to you.

All of these three teams are odds-on favourites for respective wins over Ipswich Town, Bournemouth and Huddersfield Town. Here are some other reasons why you should bet now.

Derby v Ipswich
The Rams’ progressive 4-3-3 formation continues to fire, and are set to come up against a traditional 4-4-2 team in the Tractor Boys. Steve McClaren is odds-on at 8/13 for three points here.

Derby forwards Chris Martin and Jamie Ward are bang in form, with three apiece already this term. They are even-money and 5/4 respectively to score again anytime against Mick McCarthy’s men. County box-to-box midfielder Craig Bryson netted twice in this fixture last term, and is 11/4 to find the target here.

Norwich v Bournemouth
East Anglia outfit Norwich last lost to Bournemouth way back in 1959. The Canaries also purchased Cherries top scorer Lewis Grabban for a reported £3m this summer, and he is evens to come back to haunt his former club anytime.

Managerial novice Neil Adams seems to have got the hang of things, and that’s why Norwich are odds-on at 10/11 to defeat Bournemouth. Eddie Howe’s Cherries have lost their last two league matches, and the slide should continue against the Canaries, who were a Premier League team last term.

Watford v Huddersfield
When the Hornets last had prolific strike pairing Troy Deeney and Matej Vydra together on their books (2012/13), they did the double over Huddersfield. This proven Championship strike partnership explain an odds-on price of 8/13 on a Watford win.

Deeney, who has ended speculation surrounding his future by signing a new four-year contract at Vicarage Road, is also odds-on at 8/11 to be on target against the Terriers anytime. Punters can expect Czech attacker Vydra to be in tow too at even-money.