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Norwich, Watford, Wolves make sensational 6/1 Championship treble

Want a big win before the international break? Coral have the very bet for you punters. Attractively enhanced odds 6/1 say Championship promotion protagonists Norwich City, Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers can all get victories on home soil.

Each of these top seven sides are strong individual favourites for three points and face teams in the bottom eight. The Canaries clash with Rotherham United, Watford battle Brighton and Hove Albion, and Wolves host Wigan Athletic.

Your best bet is to combine them all to win at home with this massively boosted price, especially as Notwich and Wolves are odds-on otherwise. If you need any more reasons to pile money on this offer, then read on.

Norwich v Rotherham
The Millers have won this fixture once since 1966, and East Anglia outfit Norwich are unbeaten against them from 1981. It’s hardly surprising Neil Adams’ men, who top the Championship on goal difference, are odds-on 1/2 favourites for victory here.

Rotherham will be rocked by the worrying stat that the Canaries are averaging two goals per game at home this season, with Lewis Grabban and Cameron Jerome forming a potent partnership in attack. The latter is 6/5 to score anytime, but it’s Grabban who will want to net against his former club here, and is 7/2 for the opening goal.

Watford v Brighton
Billy McKinlay got his Hornets tenure off to a winning start against Brentford in midweek, and the Hertfordshire side have lost just one of the last six against the Seagulls. That is why they are 11/10 to take three points off Albion here.

Matej Vydra rounded off the scoring against the Bees, and now has three in his last four appearances. He is 9/2 to net the final goal and 6/5 in the anytime market. Watford are neck and neck with Norwich and Nottingham Forest at the top, so there is incentive to keep momentm up.

Wolves v Wigan
Wanderers won their last home meeting with the Latics, and are only outside the play-off place on goal difference. Wigan, meanwhile, sit just above the drop zone, so the hosts are worthy odds-on 4/5 favourites for victory.

Senegal pair Nouha Dicko and Bakary Sako are slick in attack for Wolves, and now have Ivory Coast international Yannick Sagbo for company up front. This talented African front three are 5/4, 6/4 and 7/4 respectively to net anytime against Uwe Rosler’s men.