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Tasty Easter Monday treble: Norwich, Brentford and Bournemouth at 9/2

Coral are still very much in the Easter spirit, and are offering customers excellent enhanced odds in this tempting Championship treble. For punters recovering from chocolate egg overload, this sensational special bet could be just the cure.

Trio of top Championship clubs Norwich City, Brentford and Bournemouth are all pushing hard for promotion to the Premier League, so are a cracking price at 9/2 all to win their upcoming duels at home.

The Canaries clash with Sheffield Wednesday, while the Bees battle Nottingham Forest and the Cherries take on Birmingham City.

Here’s why this tantalising treble is such super value.

Norwich City v Sheffield Wednesday
Norwich sit 19 points and nine places above Wednesday, so are understandably odds-on at 1/2 to win on home turf. Canaries coach Alex Neil has steered his side to third spot, and the hosts are now unbeaten in their past five outings.

The visiting Owls, meanwhile, have triumphed in just one of their past four tussles, failing to keep a clean sheet in any of those encounters. So, high-flying Norwich are 27/20 to win to nil, or odds-on at 19/20 to shut out the Sheffield club.

Top Canaries poacher Cameron Jerome has two strikes in his last four appearances and is a superb 7/2 to catch the Owls out first, while speedy wingman Nathan Redmond is 6/1 to make an impact by netting last.

Brentford v Nottingham Forest
The Bees are buzzing at the moment, so are odds-on at 19/20 to clinch victory against Forest, after going undefeated in their past three duels.

Mark Warburton’s men have already enjoyed an emphatic victory over the City Ground side this season, putting three past them in the reverse. Now on home soil, Brentford are 11/4 to grab three or more at Griffin Park.

After a fantastic 4-1 thrashing of Fulham last time out, the hosts’ confidence must be sky high, so potent predators Andre Gray and Alex Pritchard are 6/4 and 2/1 to be on target anytime respectively.

Bournemouth v Birmingham City
Second from top Bournemouth are still challenging for the Championship title, and are odds-on at 4/11 to beat the Blues after going on a sensational seven game unbeaten streak.

New Cherries sharpshooter Kenwyne Jones bagged on his bow and is 7/5 to make a difference again anytime, while leading marksman Callum Wilson s 4/1 to fire home first.

The south coast club memorably dismantled dismal Birmingham 8-0 last time out, so are a fantastic 15/4 to smash four or more past them again.Bournemouth have won five of their last seven against the visitors, losing just once, and will be hoping to run riot against a Blues backline that has not managed to keep a clean sheet in any of it’s past four clashes.