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Bournemouth, Derby, Reading a delightful 8/1 Championship treble

| 19.08.2014

Want to make midweek football interesting? Then Coral have the perfect Championship treble for you punters. Enhanced odds of 8/1 are available for Bournemouth, Derby and Reading all to win.

The Cherries tackle fellow promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest at home, while Steve McClaren’s Rams have an away day at Chartlon Athletic and the Royals host Huddersfield, who are still searching for a new boss.

Bournemouth v Nottingham Forest
Eddie Howe’s team have comfortably won each of their last three games against the Reds at Dean Court. That is why they start as strong 23/20 favourites for three points here.

French forward Yann Kermorgant netted twice in this fixture last season, and is already off the mark this term. Odds of 6/5 say he will score against Nottingham Forest again, who also have the highly-rated Callum Wilson to contend with.

Charlton v Derby
County did the double over the Addicks last term, so McClaren is 6/5 for a third straight win in this fixture. Derby have responded brilliantly to the pain of losing in the play-off final last term going unbeaten, and have yet to concede a goal in three outings in league and cup. Odds of 15/8 say the Rams will keep a clean sheet.

Northern Ireland forward Jamie Ward has a phenomenal scoring record against Charlton in a County shirt. With four in his last three appearances when paired with this oppsoition, he cannot be ignored in the anytime market at a tasty 2/1.

Reading v Huddersfield
Nigel Adkins’ Royals are unbeaten in five against the Terriers, winning four of those 1-0. They are thus odds-on at 4/5 for another victory, while it’s 13/2 on Reading recording this scoreline again here.

Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak was on target for the Royals in their last outing against Huddersfield. It’s 5/4 on him netting again anytime here, or a better 5/1 to score last once more.



Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.