Back QPR, Wigan and Bournemouth in midweek Championship treble
Get brilliant value with Coral by placing a treble bet on victories for QPR, Wigan and Bournemouth in the Championship, and enjoy enhanced odds of 17/2.
Harry Redknapp’s Hoops travel to Sheffield Wednesday, FA Cup holders and semi-finalists Wigan host struggling Yeovil and Bournemouth are at another bottom three side Charlton.
Sheffield Wednesday v QPR
West London outfit QPR won on their last visit to Hillsborough and are unbeaten in four against the Owls. The reverse fixture at Loftus Road was a 2-1 victory for the Hoops, and a repeat of that scoreline in the Steel City is 10/1.
Redknapp is getting the best out of maverick midfield talent Ravel Morrison, who has four goals in his last three appearances. Back the West Ham loan star to score anytime at Wednesday at 2/1.
QPR are 11/8 to come away with all three points and move back above Derby County into third. Top six sides have enjoyed playing at Hillsborough this term, as Burnley, the Rams, Nottingham Forest and Wigan Athletic have all won on the Owls’ patch.
Wigan v Yeovil
Uwe Rosler’s Latics have recorded eight straight victories in all competitions, and now face a side that is only kept off the foot of the Championship table by goal difference. Back Wigan to win at 4/9.
Marc-Antoine Fortune scored the only goal when the clubs met in Somerset earlier this season. A repeat of the 1-0 result, and this striker netting, combines for an intriguing 18/1 first goal scorecast.
In among the Latics’ great recent run have been back-to-back home clean sheets. Take even-money on Wigan shutting out the Glovers, who have failed to win 14 out of 17 away games (losing 10) this term.
Charlton v Bournemouth
New Charlton coach Jose Riga is yet to taste victory, or witness a goal, since succeeding Chris Powell. Forward Lewis Grabban bagged a Cherries brace to win the reverse fixture, so back the former Crystal Palace player to hurt the south London side by scoring.
Grabban is 6/5 for a goal anytime and a 6/1 shot to net two or more here. Bournemouth are 13/8 for victory at The Valley and only basement club Barnsley have a worse home record than the Addicks.
Eddie Howe has seen his Cherries win their last two away games by a single goal. That exact result occurring for a third trip on the spin is 6/1 if you bet now with Coral.