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Chelsea, Southampton and Preston in tempting 4/1 treble

Coral are making the most of exciting midweek cup action, by bringing you brilliant enhanced odds to brighten your day in the midst of this winter chill.

Warm up your chances of winning a Christmas ‘bonus’ by benefitting from this tasty treble, with Chelsea, Southampton and Preston at 4/1 all to win.

Derby v Chelsea
The Blues are odds-on favourites at 4/9 to defeat Derby, after triumphing 2-0 at Pride Park in the FA Cup last term. Jose Mourinho’s men are 6/1 to repeat that scoreline, having lost just one away game this campaign.

Steve McClaren’s men, who are division lower, face Premier League leaders Chelsea on the back of a damaging loss to Middlesbrough, making the visitors 31/20 to win to nil after keeping a clean sheet against Hull City.

Oscar struck first against the Rams last season and is 13/2 to open the scoring again, or 15/8 to net anytime. Meanwhile, the likes of Loic Remy, Didier Drogba and Dominic Solanke are expected to be given a chance to shine, with the latter also 6/5 to score in the anytime market.

Sheffield United v Southampton
The Saints travel to Bramall Lane to battle the Blades, where they are understandably odds-on 8/15 favourites to vanquish the League One club.

Sheffield United have won just one of their last five games, meaning visiting Southampton should have too much for their hosts. Saints are one of the top scoring sides in the Premier League and still hold the joint-best defensive record.

Attacking pair Sadio Mane and Shane Long are evens and 6/5 in the anytime market respectively, with midfield orchestrator Dusan Tadic 5/1 to draw first blood.

Notts County v Preston North End
PNE hit the road for their clash with Notts County, who have tasted victory just twice in their last eight outings.

Plucky Preston are 6/5 favourites to claim all three points and have not lost to Notts in their last eight encounters, a fantastic run against their League One rivals that stretches back to 1999.

Forward threats Paul Gallagher and former Leeds United star Jermaine Beckford are 6/1 and 11/2 to fire home first and last respectively.