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Wolves, Fulham, Leeds wonderful value in 9/1 Championship treble

Another midweek, and yet another enhanced Coral Championship treble for your delectation. Punters can get a massively boosted odds of 9/1 on home sides Wolverhampton Wanderers, Fulham and Leeds United beating respective opposition Huddersfield Town, Bolton Wanderers and Reading.

While Wolves and the Cottagers are individual odds-on favourites for three points, the Whites are also short at 13/8. This means the only way to get real value is to combine bets and take this specially enhanced price.

If you need any more convincing, read on Coral customers, and find out what makes these matches home bankers.

Wolves v Huddersfield
Kenny Jackett extended Wolves’ unbeaten run to seven matches last time out and they have a 100 per cent home league record. This contrasts sharply with Town’s away form, as they have lost their last two on their travels. Wanderers are worthy odds-on 8/11 favourites for three points here, then.

Hull City’s Ivory Coast international striker Yannick Sagbo has been snapped up by Jackett on loan until January. He will cover the absence of Nouha Dicko nicely, and should find a porous Terriers defence easy prey to get a goal against on his Wolves debut.

Fulham v Bolton
Craven Cottage club Fulham have won each of their last three meetings with the Trotters to nil, so it’s no wonder they are odds-on 10/11 favourites to beat them again, and 5/2 chances for victory without conceding.

Home hopes are pinned on £11m summer signing Ross McCormack. He is 6/5 to score anytime here. Versatile German player Tim Hoogland, meanwhile, has matched the big money arrival for goals so far this term, and is 7/1 to net again anytime.

Leeds v Reading
The Whites will be targeting a first win for new manager Darko Milanic on his home debut in the Elland Road dugout. Souleymane Doukara (6/4 to score anytime) and Mirko Antenucci (15/8) have showed signs of forming a decent partnership, which should ease the goal burden on Billy Sharp (also 6/4), who faces his former club here.