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Nottingham Forest, Norwich, Ipswich in fab 15/2 Championship treble

An incredible boosted price of 15/2 is available to Coral customers on wins for Championship top two Nottingham Forest and Norwich City, as well as the latter’s bitter rivals Ipswich Town.

Back the Reds to beat Brighton and Hove Albion, the Canaries for victory at Blackpool and Mick McCarthy’s Tractor Boys to defeat Rotherham United at home, and those enhanced odds are available to you. Each team, who occupy spots in the second tier’s top seven, are evens or shorter for individual wins, so your best bet really is to combine them here.

If you need any more convincing, then read on and see why this really is fantastic value.

Nottingham Forest v Brighton
Stuart Pearce’s Reds sit top of the table, while the Seagulls have not won a league game in more than a month. Brighton have also failed to score in their last two Championship outings, so it’s no wonder Forest are even-money favourites for victory and 27/10 chances for a victory to nil.

Pearce, affectionately nicknamed ‘Psycho’ by the City Ground faithful, rested leading marksman Britt Assombalonga and fellow successful summer signing Michail Antonio for the midweek Capital One Cup clash against Spurs. This duo will benefit from the break and are in deadly form. Assombalonga is even-money to add to eight league goals anytime, while Antonio is 7/4 in that market.

Blackpool v Norwich
Beleaguered Lancashire coast club Blackpool are without a win in nine outings in all competitions this season, whilst the visiting Canaries are a point off the Championship summit. That is why Neil Adams’ side are odds-on 8/11 favourites for an away victory here.

Jose Riga’s Seasiders have failed to score in six of those nine games, so a win to nil for Norwich is tempting at 9/5. Canaries striker Cameron Jerome has bagged braces on both of his last two appearances, so back him for another double or better here at 5/1.

Ipswich v Rotherham
The Tractor Boys have won each of their last four encounters with South Yorkshire side Rotherham. That, coupled with the Millers currently occupying a spot in lower mid-table, explains why McCarthy’s men are odds-on at 10/11 to triumph here.

Republic of Ireland forward Daryl Murphy has two in his last two home games for Ipswich, so he’s 5/4 to be on target anytime at Portmand Road here. Strike partner David McGoldrick is the same price, while Connor Sammon, who scored the winner at Wigan Athletic, is longer at 7/4.