Derby, Hull and QPR combine for awesome 8/1 Championship treble


Although the return of the Premier League takes billing, there is also money to be made elsewhere this weekend with the Football League back in action too!

To celebrate, Coral offer an enhanced treble on Championship promotion hopefuls Derby County, Hull City and QPR all to win at an awesome 8/1.

Paul Clement takes charge of the Rams competitively for the first time away at Bolton Wanderers, while Tigers boss Steve Bruce has a home Yorkshire derby with West Riding team Huddersfield Town. Speaking of such clashes, Chris Ramsey’s Hoops are across London at Charlton Athletic.

Each of the three featured teams in this tasty treble are either short-price or odds-on favourites for victory, so your best bet is to take the combined price on offer in this brilliantly boosted price bet. Read on to learn specific reasons why this one should come off…

County did the double over Wanderers last term with three players bagging braces, so, as Clement has had a sensational summer of recruitment, his Rams are 23/20 favourites to pick up three points here.

Derby winger Tom Ince has three goals in four career league appearances against Bolton, including a double last term, so he is 6/4 to net again anytime. Scotland frontman Chris Martin, meanwhile, has never lost to the Trotters in his career, and also got two in this fixture in 2014/15. He is 9/2 to grab the opener.

Better still, Darren Bent has a stunning 11 strikes in 13 appearances when previously paired with Wanderers, so that explains why the ex-England striker is 65 in the anytime market.

Hull v Huddersfield
The Tigers have won their last three meetings to nil against the Terriers, so they are odds-on 6/4 favourites for victory once more. Republic of Ireland midfielder David Meyler has scored in this fixture before, and is 16/5 to do so again anytime.

Charlton v QPR
West London side QPR have the historical edge over cross-capital rivals Charlton with 19 league wins to 17. Ramsey is 11/8 to enhance the Hoops’ record further. Last term’s leading marksman and in-demand striker Charlie Austin was on target when the Loftus Road side last triumphed over the Addicks, and is a superb 7/4 to net again anytime.

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