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Brentford, Hull and Wolves in wonderful Championship treble

| 29.08.2015

Right before the international break we’re into match number five of the 46-game slog that is a Championship season. Coral thus offer an enhanced 8/1 treble for promotion candidates Brentford, Hull City and Wolverhampton Wanderers to get a hat-trick of home wins.

The Bees welcome Reading to Griffin Park, Steve Bruce’s Tigers play Preston North End and there’s a Molineux clash with Charlton Athletic to come for Wolves.

Each of the three featured teams in this tasty treble are either short-price or odds-on favourites for victory individually, so why not take the boosted combined price on offer in this brilliant bet?

Read on, and you’ll discover even more reasons to side with Brentford, Hull and Wolves…

Brentford v Reading
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As the Bees did the double over Berkshire side Reading last season, they are 27/20 favourites for a third win on the spin against them. Key wide duo Jota and Alan Judge both scored in this fixture as Brentford secured a top six finish in 2014/15, and the latter is an awesome 11/4 to net again anytime.

Hull v Preston
The Tigers have won four of their last five head-to-heads with North End in a match that pits a recent Premier League team against a side that spent several seasons down in League One. Hull are 11/10 favourites to make last term’s gap of two divisions between them and their opponents tell.

Bruce has brought Scotland winger Shaun Maloney back to England following a stint in the MLS, and he is 11/5 to cap his bow with a goal anytime.

Wolves v Charlton
Kenny Jackett’s Wanderers are unbeaten this season, so hold as odds-on 5/6 price to hand defeat to the Addicks on home soil. Adam Le Fondre scores last when he previously played Charlton for Bolton, so is a fantastic 5/1 to have the final say once 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.