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Aston Villa, Bournemouth and Swansea a superb Premier League treble

Punters can clean up on 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League with Coral, as we offer an enhanced treble for Aston Villa, Bournemouth and Swansea City all to win at home.

Tim Sherwood’s side take on West Bromwich Albion on derby day, while the Cherries clash with Sunderland and the Swans host Everton. Each of the three featured teams in this tasty treble are individual favourites for victory, so to get the best value take advantage of our boosted price bet. Read on and you’ll discover specific reasons why this one should come off…

Aston Villa v West Brom
This derby game at Villa Park has been dominated by the home side in recent years, with the Baggies beating their hosts just once in 10 attempts on their own patch. West Brom won just four times on their travels last season and their struggles on the road should continue here.

Scott Sinclair has impressed for the Villans so far this term, hitting five goals in all competitions. The former Swansea man spent a torrid campaign on loan at The Hawthorns two years ago, but scored against them in the FA Cup for Villa last season, so he could fire them to more success here.

Bournemouth v Sunderland
Dick Advocaat’s Black Cats sit second bottom of the league, having conceded 11 goals, and only Chelsea have been breached with more regularity. Sunderland are also yet to win a game, and quite frankly haven’t looked like doing so.

Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Brighton and Hove Albion v AFC Bournemouth - AMEX Stadium

Bournemouth have already registered their first-ever Premier League success, and will fancy their chances of another here. In Callum Wilson, they have a striker who sits top of the scoring charts. His pace and power is tailor-made to wreak havoc in the Black Cats’ porous back four, and an attacking Cherries outfit will cause no end of problems for John O’Shea and co.

Swansea v Everton
Garry Monk’s men have been one of the Premier League’s most exciting teams so far. The Swans have already beaten Manchester United and taken a point from Chelsea this term, so are playing some of the best football in the division. It’s three straight victories in all competitions at the Liberty for the hosts, with just one goal conceded in that period.

Bafetimbi Gomis is one of the country’s most-feared strikers; he has four goals to his name and has found the target in four of the club’s five top-flight matches. Shackling the Swans on their own patch will not be easy for the visiting Toffees.