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Norwich, Watford, Wovles a tasty 3/1 Championship treble

Away from the FA Cup, Coral can offer punters awesomely enhanced odds of 3/1 for Championship trio Norwich City, Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers all to win home outings.

Alex Neil and the Canaries host Brentford, the Hornets battle lowly Blackpool and Wolves clash with Charlton Athletic. As all our three featured teams are odds-on favourites for victory, the best way to ensure value is to take this boosted price.

Read on and learn individual reasons why Norwich, Watford and Wolves will all win at home this weekend.

Norwich v Brentford
The Canaries have won their last three head-to-head battles with Brentford in all competitions to nil (21/10 to happen again), so that is why they are odds-on 8/11 for victory here.

Cameron Jerome netted twice in the reverse fixture, and a repeat performance or better from Norwich’s top scorer is a 5/1 chance. He is 7/5 in the anytime market too.

Watford v Blackpool
Hertfordshire side Watford beat Blackpool by an aggregate scoreline of 5-0 in two matches in the calendar year of 2014. The Hornets also recorded that scoreline last time out against Charlton and, as they occupy a top six spot and the Seasiders prop up the trable, that explains their status as odds-on at 2/5 for three points.

Attacker Odion Ighalo has four in his previous three league outings, so is 7/5 in the anytime market. Watford captain Troy Deeney, meanwhile, has three goals against Blackpool for the club and netted last time out, thus making him an 11/10 chance to score again here.

Wolves v Charlton
Kenny Jackett’s Wanderers are on a seven-match unbeaten run in the league, while the Addicks have lost four in a row across all competitions, so Wolves are odds-on 4/6 favourites to win here.

Wales midfielder Dave Edwards has scored in his previous two Championship outings for the hosts, so is a tasty 10/3 to net again anytime. New Wolves signing Benik Afobe, meanwhile, sealed victory last time out, and is a 5/1 shot to net last once more.