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Bristol City, Preston and Swindon in superb 7/1 League One treble

| 24.02.2015

Away from the Champions League, there’s money to be made on English football from lower divisions. Coral offer enhanced odds of 7/1 for Bristol City, Preston North End and Swindon Town all to win in midweek action.

Steve Cotterill’s table-toppers are away at Doncaster Rovers, Simon Grayson’s side host Walsall and Swindon welcome Bradford City to the County Ground.

Each of these three featured teams in this tasty treble are short-price or odds-on favourites for victory, so your best bet is to take our boosted and combined price.

Read on to find out more reasons why this League One trio should all win.

Doncaster v Bristol City
West Country club City are unbeaten in seven against Rovers, winning three of the last four. Odds of 7/5 say Cotterill’s Bristol boys will be victorious again here.

Attacking pair Matt Smith and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas have both netted against this opposition recently, so back them to do so again at 7/5 and 7/4 in the anytime market respectively.

Preston v Walsall
North End did the double over the Saddlers, who face a trip up from the West Midlands to Deepdale here, so Grayson’s side are odds-on 8/11 favourites for three points.

While Walsall’s promotion push fell away, Preston have maintained theirs thanks to key forward duo Joe Garner and Paul Gallagher. Leading marksman Garner is an even-money anytime scorer chance, while Gallagher, who netted last in the previous outing, is 5/1 to do so again.

Swindon v Bradford
Town have won both of their last two head-to-heads with the Bantams, so they are odds-on at 10/11 for victory at home here.

Swindon top scorer Andy Williams has almost been too good to be true this term, and is League One’s leading marksman with 19. Back him at 10/11 to net again anytime. Fellow forward Jonathan Obika, meanwhile, bagged a first-half brace in the reverse fixture, and is 4/1 for two goals or more again.



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.