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Derby, MK Dons, Nottingham Forest in midweek Championship treble

The first midweek matches of the Championship season are upon us, so Coral offer customers an enhanced treble on Derby County, MK Dons and Nottingham Forest all to win at home.

The Rams meet Middlesbrough, the Dons battle Bolton Wanderers and Forest clash with Charlton Athletic. These three featured teams are either odds-on favourites or short-prices for victory, so your best bet is to take the boosted price bet on offer here.

Read on and you’ll find out specific reasons why this looks like a worthy investment…

Derby v Middlesbrough
County have won two of their last three home games with Boro, so Rams head coach Paul Clement is 11/8 to steer his side to victory at Pride Park.

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Scotland striker Chris Martin and Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick have both scored in this fixture before, so they are 9/2 to net first and 11/2 in the anytime marker for goals again respectively.

MK Dons v Bolton
Ahead of this first-ever meeting between Karl Robinson’s Dons and Neil Lennon’s Wanderers, the Trotters have failed to score in three outings this term. The Milton Keynes club are odds-on 19/20 favourites for three home points.

Midfielder Carl Baker has scored last in two of the Dons’ three outings so far this term, and is a fabulous 15/2 to have the final say again. With Bolton missing key trio David Wheater, Darren Pratley and Max Clayton from their spine, an MK win looks hugely likely.

Nottingham Forest v Charlton
The Addicks travel to the City Ground without goalkeeper Stephen Henderson and winger Franck Moussa through injury, so Dougie Freedman’s Forest are even-money favourites for victory.

Reds attacker Michail Antonio has continued his fine form from last season with three in as many matches across all competitions, so superb odds of 7/4 say he can net again anytime, having done so against Charlton before.