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Aston Villa, Bristol City, MK Dons make thrilling 13/2 Tuesday treble

Think there’s a quiet midweek on after Easter excitement? Think again, punters. Coral offer enhanced odds of 13/2 on a hat-trick of home wins for Aston Villa, Bristol City and MK Dons.

Tim Sherwood’s side have hosting duties against relegation-threatened QPR, while the League One leaders under Steve Cotterill clash with West Country rivals Swindon Town and the Dons do battle with Scunthorpe United.

All three featured teams in this tasty Tuesday treble are either odds-on or short-price favourites for victory, so your best bet is to take our boosted price on offer here.

Read on and discover specific reasons why this superb special should come off.

Aston Villa v QPR
Sherwood can be confident of victory as Villa have never lost a home league encounter with the Hoops in the Premiership era (won five, drawn once). This previous history makes the hosts 21/20 favourites for three points.

Last term, all of the West Midlands outfit’s front three Gabriel Agbonlahor (7/4 anytime), Christian Benteke (shorter at 6/5) and Andreas Weimann (also 7/4) scored in the victory at Villa Park. Big Belgium international Benteke is worth backing to net last again here at 9/2.

Bristol City v Swindon
Cotterill’s club City hold a 15-point advantage over Town, who were hammered at home by MK Dons last time out. The hosts are on a 10-match unbeaten run in all competitions, and that explains why they are firm 23/20 favourites to win.

Bristol centre back and set piece threat Aden Flint scored an amazing four times in March, and has done so against Swindon before. Why not back him to stun them again at 7/1 in the anytime market?

MK Dons v Scunthorpe
Robinson’s men have lost just one of the last eight head-to-heads with the Iron, who have lost three of their last six (winning none) away. The Dons, who are 25 points and 14 places better off, are odds-on 8/13 favourites for victory.

Northern Ireland striker Will Grigg has bagged braces in each of his last two league outings. The Milton Keynes frontman is a 5/1 shot for a repeat performance or better. Grigg is safer at 13/10 to add to 17 strikes across all competitions anytime.