Birmingham, Norwich and Middlesbrough in cracking 13/2 Easter offer
Customers can unwrap some egg-cellent enhanced Easter odds, as Coral mark the occasion with a superb spring special, featuring a trio of terrific Championship teams.
Cracking clubs Birmingham, Norwich and Middlesbrough are on the hunt for glory and are available at an enticing 13/2 all to win their upcoming clashes.
So, in this weekend dedicated to decadence, here’s why we think punters should put their hot-cross buns to one side and treat themselves to this terrific treble.
Birmingham v Rotherham
The St Andrews side are 5/4 favourites to triumph on home turf after being beaten just once in their past five battles.
Birmingham have already given relegation-threatened Rotherham the Blues this season and should take the spoils again, as the Millers have lost their last three in a row.
The hosts’ top scorer Clayton Donaldson struck a vital winner last time these two teams tussled, and is 5/1 to fire home first again, while fellow forward threats Nikola Zigic and David Cotterill are 7/4 and 7/2 in the anytime market respectively.
Brighton and Hove Albion v Norwich
The Canaries, 11/10 match favourites, are still pushing for promotion, making this battle against Brighton a must-win.
Norwich have not lost in the league since December, and will be aiming to extend their excellent away record against the Seagulls, who have failed to sink their guests in their past six attempts.
Leading Canaries marksman Cameron Jerome has been on target twice in his last three appearances, making him a fantastic 5/1 to have the final say, and Norwich are also the same princely price to score three or more.
Middlesbrough v Wigan Athletic
Brilliant Boro are odds-on at 8/15 to take all three points from woeful Wigan, and 3/1 to lift the Championship title at the end of the season.
Aitor Karanka’s side are just one point off top spot and last lost to the Lactics way back in 2007, when both were top-tier teams.
Third-from-bottom Wigan have kept just one clean sheet in their past eight games, making Boro 5/4 to win to nil, or 3/1 to net three or more and run rampant at the Riverside.
Chelsea-owned striker Patrick Bamford has bagged 14 Championship goals so far this season, and is 4/1 to strike the first blow, after excelling under Karanka’s wily wing.