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Bournemouth, Norwich, Ipswich a super 6/1 Championship treble

| 17.03.2015

The Championship promotion race is hotting up, and Coral can offer customers enhanced odds of 6/1 for Bournemouth, Norwich City and Ipswich Town all to win midweek matches.

Eddie Howe takes his Cherries to Cardiff City, Alex Neil and the Canaries are at Huddersfield Town, and Mick McCarthy’s men host another mid-table team in Bolton Wanderers.

Each of these three featured teams in our tasty treble are individual odds-on favourites for victory so, to ensure you get the best value, take this boosted and combined price bet.

Read on to learn specific reasons why the top eight teams will triumph over mediocre opposition.

Cardiff v Bournemouth
The Cherries have already beaten the Bluebirds in Wales 3-0 in the League Cup this term, and recorded a 5-3 scoreline in the reverse fixture. Howe is therefore odds-on at 19/20 to steer his side past Russell Slade’s Cardiff.

Two Bournemouth players, winger Matt Ritchie and midfielder Harry Arter, received respective international call-ups from Scotland and the Republic of Ireland recently, and both of them were on target against this opposition back in December.

Ritche is 15/2 to score first again and Arter is 15/8 in the anytime market. Cherries striker Brett Pitman hit a hat-trick last time out, and is a 7/1 shot for two goals or more.

Huddersfield v Norwich
The Canaries beat the Terriers 3-1 on their last visit to West Yorkshire, and battered them 5-0 in the reverse fixture. Norwich are odds-on 19/20 to do the double over Huddersfield.

Box-to-box midfielder Bradley Johnson bagged a brace at Carrow Road, and is a 12/1 shot for a repeat performance or better. He is safer at 13/5 in the anytime market.

Ipswich v Bolton
The Tractor Boys have recorded 1-0 home wins over the Trotters in consecutive seasons, so are odds-on 3/4 favourites for victory at Portman Road once again.

Bolton’s defence has conceded a total of six goals in their last three away games, and must now try to contain Championship top scorer Daryl Murphy, who is 7/2 to break the deadlock and 7/5 in the anytime market.



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.