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Reading, Fulham and Leeds a super 6/1 Championship treble

| 08.11.2014

Fancy a flutter on the Football League this weekend? Enhanced odds of 6/1 are on offer with Coral on a hat-trick of home wins for Reading, Fulham and Leeds United. The Royals play Charlton Athletic, the Craven Cottage club tackle Huddersfield Town and Neil Redfearn’s men meet Blackpool.

Each of these featured sides are individually odds-on or short-priced favourites to win in the Championship. Here are some other reasons why you should pile money on this bet with its massively boosted price.

Reading v Charlton
Nigel Adkins’ Royals did the double over the Addicks, winning 1-0 home and away, last term. As Athletic have just one victory in their previous six and Reading have beaten the last two visitors to the Madejski 3-0, the hosts start as odds-on 5/6 favourites to defeat Charlton again.

A 6/1 price says the Berkshire side will record another 1-0 result. Adkins has options aplenty in attack to fire him to victory. Simon Cox bagged a brace in midweek, and odds of 8/1 are on offer for him to match that goal tally again or better it.

Fulham v Huddersfield
On the Terriers’ last two visits to the Cottage, they have lost 3-0. Couple this history with the upturn in form Fulham have experienced under Kit Symons, and it’s easy to see why the hosts are 21/20 favourites to win again.

Costa Rica attacker Bryan Ruiz is back in favour in west London, with three goals in his last two appearances. Why not back him to be on target again anytime at 7/4?

Leeds v Blackpool
United have won 2-0 on both of the previous two occasions the Tangerines have been in town. As Blackpool sit rock bottom, Redfearn’s Whites are odds-on 4/5 favourites to beat them for a third straight season at Elland Road.

Midfielder Alex Mowatt, a product of Leeds’ academy, is in red hot form with three goals in his last two games. Odds of 2/1 say he can score for a third consecutive contest.



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.