Leeds, Wolves and Coventry combine for terrific 13/2 treble
Focus may primarily be on the Champions League, but punters can enjoy amazing odds of 13/2 on victories for Leeds United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Coventry City.
Place a bet with Coral on the Whites defeating Championship strugglers Charlton Athletic, League One leaders Wolves winning at basement side Stevenage, and the Sky Blues beating Bradford City, and receive this special enhanced price.
Leeds v Charlton
United have won just over half (22 out of 43) of their league meetings with the Addicks, and have the second-tier’s top scorer, Ross McCormack in their ranks. He helped himself to a four-goal haul in the reverse fixture, and has netted in four successive games coming into this one.
McCormack also has six in four against Charlton, and when he scores against them his team wins. Back Leeds at 6/5 for victory, and their talismanic Scotsman up top to bag a brace or better at 3/1.
The Addicks have lost over half (10 out of 19) their away games this season, conceding more than twice as many (28) as they score (13). This pattern is set to continue, so take odds of 9/1 on Brian McDermott’s men winning this home game 2-1.
Stevenage v Wolves
These sides have only met once previously, and that was the reverse fixture at Molineux. Wolves won 2-0 then, and are odds-on to do so again at 4/6, with a repeat scoreline at 13/2.
Winger James Henry was on target in that victory, and three goals in his last four too. Back him at 15/8 to net anytime, and 13/2 to score first from the flank.
Leon Clarke grabbed a goal in Coventry colours against Stevenage, who are bottom of League One, earlier in the season. He is a 7/2 chance to score last.
No team in the entire Football League, or Premier League for that matter, has kept as many clean sheets as Kenny Jackett’s Wolves (21). They are on a run of three straight victories, so take odds of 21/20 for them shut out their hosts, and 31/20 to win to nil.
Coventry v Bradford
The Sky Blues start this mid-table third-tier clash as even-money favourites for three points. Coventry and the Bantams shared the spoils in a six-goal thriller in the reverse fixture, but Phil Parkinson has since lost top scorer Nahki Wells.
Bradford’s opponents managed to hang on to the leading League One marksman, Callum Wilson, however. He netted at Valley Parade, so back him to do the same at Sixfields at 8/11, or take 3/1 on the talented youngster, who has seven in his last seven, scoring first.
Coventry went unbeaten at their adopted home throughout March, and have lost there four times in the league all season. The Bantams, meanwhile, have been defeated on their travels twice as often this term.
Sky Blues fans may remember fondly 4-0 home wins against Bradford in two of the last five when the west Yorkshire club have come down to the Midlands. Odds of 50/1 say that will be the precise result again.