Back Bristol City, Preston and MK Dons in tasty 5/1 treble
Coral are offering yet another marvellous midweek special with exciting enhanced odds of 5/1 available in this tempting treble.
League One big-guns Bristol City, Preston North End and MK Dons are all pushing for promotion and, with this terrific trio 5/1 all to win their respective upcoming matches, punters should pounce on this superb special.
Bradford City v Bristol City
The rampant Robins, 5/4 favourites to beat Bradford, are undefeated since February, an impressive stretch of 11 games, and sit comfortably as League One leaders.
Bristol are a sensational 32 points and eight places above Bradford, who have failed to defeat them in any of their past three tussles.
Having conceded just three times in their last eight outings across all competitions, Steve Cotterill’s side are also a terrific 2/1 to keep a clean sheet.
As for attack, in-form forward Aaron Wilbraham has struck three in his past three, so 5/1 is a superb price for the striker to poach first, while partner Kieran Agard is also a nifty 9/2.
Preston v Gillingham
Second spot Preston, odds-on 4/9 to triumph, are also in fine form and could still potentially have a say in the title if they win this game in hand.
The Lancashire club have not lost to guests Gillingham in any of their last five meetings, and sank them 1-0 at Prestfield Stadium earlier this season, making them an intriguing 6/1 to repeat that result.
Preston boast a fair few names that will be familiar to top flight fans, as ex-Everton attacker Jermaine Beckford is 4/1 to draw first blood after firing home first last time out. Kevin Davies, well known for stints with Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers, meanwhile, is 9/2 to net last.
Fleetwood Town v MK Dons
MK Dons are hot on the heels of Bristol and Preston in the race for promotion, and are odds-on at 17/20 to down Fleetwood Town.
The Dons have taken the spoils from four of their last five duels, and both potent Will Grigg and Tottenham-bound Dele Ali should be on hand to help out, and are 4/1 and 11/2 to strike first and last respectively.