Derby, Norwich and Wolves a sumptuous 6/1 Championship treble
There’s money to be made on midweek football this week, and Coral offer an alternative chance to betting on the Champions League with a tasty Championship treble. Back Derby County, Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers all to win, and receive enhanced odds of 6/1.
Steve McClaren’s Rams make the trip to relegation favourites Blackpool, the Canaries host Leeds United and Wolves welcome Middlesbrough to Molineux. As the former two teams are odds-on for victories, your best bet really is to combine them with fellow short-price favourites Wanderers and enjoy real value. Here are some other reasons to pile money on this boosted price special.
Blackpool v Derby
County did the double over the Seasiders last season, winning by an aggregate scoreline of 8-2. Couple that with in-form Chris Martin ready to batter the Blackpool goal again and their respective league positions (McClaren’s Rams are second, while the Tangerines prop up the table), and it’s easy to see why Derby are odds-on 8/11 favourites for victory.
Scotland striker Martin scored four times, including hitting a hat-trick, against the Seasiders last term, and five in his last four league outings. He is odds-on at 10/11 in the anytime market, and 4/1 to net twice or more at Blackpool.
Norwich v Leeds
East Anglia outfit Norwich are unbeaten in their last three home meetings with the Whites. As Leeds are also without a win in four this term and Neil Adams’ Canaries have only lost once at home so far, the hosts start as odds-on 8/15 favourites. Cameron Jerome has scored three in as many Carrow Road appearances for Norwich, so is hugely tempting at 13/10 for another goal anytime.
Wolves v Middlesbrough
Wanderers have won each of their last three league home meetings with Boro, and that is why they are 6/4 favourites for three points at Molineux. Senegal attacker Bakary Sako has netted in each of his last three outings for Wolves, so back his hot form to continue here by scoring for a fourth successive match at 7/4.