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Get price boosted on Napoli, Sheff Wed and Hull treble

| 24.02.2014

Home wins are on the agenda for Coral’s latest Monday night price boost treble, with Napoli partnered by Hull and Sheffield Wednesday enhanced to 7/2 to triumph in their respective Serie A and FA Cup fifth round encounters.

Napoli v Genoa

Napoli have been pretty dominant at the Stadio San Paolo since mid-December, winning seven of their last eight at home in all competitions.

On the other hand, Genoa are the model of inconsistency, with three wins, four draws and four defeats in their last 11. Genoa have also been defeated by an aggregate of 10-0 in their visits to Juventus, Roma and Inter Milan this season.

Napoli have also already won away at Genoa this season and in fact, they have secured maximum points in the last three showdowns between the pair, all by a two-goal margin.

This boosts the appeal of the 11/1 on offer that Napoli beat Genoa 3-1, with Napoli having scored exactly three times in their past two home matches.

Hull v Brighton

Two games in three days is hardly ideal for either club and Steve Bruce has already stated that it could be as simple as picking the starting XI that are fit.

The unavailability of Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic to lead the line is a blow, while influential midfielder Tom Huddlestone is a doubt.

Brighton have only scored in one of their last four away games and also have injury concerns over leading scorer Leonardo Ulloa.

With all these striking absentees, under 2.5 goals stands out as the best bet of this cup tie at 8/15.

Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton

With the possibility of a Sheffield derby in the next round, Stuart Gray prioritised this game over the latest round of Championship fixtures, although Wednesday still won a Yorkshire derby at Huddersfield.

Charlton may have beaten high-flyers QPR in their last game, but they have only triumphed twice away in the Championship this season, suggesting they aren’t the best travellers.

Wednesday had won four on the bounce at home too, before recent blips with Wigan and Derby.