Brighton, Derby and QPR star in sublime 6/1 Championship special
Coral are back with another sensational special offer for customers to enjoy during exciting Championship encounters this weekend!
Back all of Brighton, Derby County and QPR to triumph at 6/1 in their upcoming second-tier match-ups and reap the rich rewards of these excellently enhanced odds.
All three sides featured in this tantalising treble are the massive favourites to secure three points in their latest domestic league outings, so it makes sense to back the brilliantly boosted odds.
Here are even more reasons why you should get on this terrific trio.
Brighton v Cardiff
The hosts are the odds-on 17/20 favourites to triumph over their Welsh opposition, having impressively gone undefeated in this fixture since August 2011.
Brighton are sitting comfortably at the summit of the Championship table and will be confident of securing yet another win in their latest domestic outing, as they aim to extend their lead.
Israeli frontman Tomer Hemed has been in sensationally form this season, netting six times in 12 outings so far, and the second tier sharpshooter is 4/1 to open proceedings on home soil against Cardiff.
Derby v Brentford
The Rams have lost just once in the previous three meetings with Brentford, including a 5-0 victory in the Capital One Cup last season, and they are the odds-on 4/6 frontrunners for another triumph this time out.
Having narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League in the play-offs last campaign, Derby are seeking a rejuvenation and will be searching for a return to the top flight once again.
Darren Bent was on target in this fixture on home turf last term and is 17/10 to follow up his recent strike against MK Dons with another over Brentford anytime.
QPR v Bolton
The home outfit secured back-to-back victories over Bolton during their last Championship campaign in 2013/14, both home and away, and are the 11/10 favourites to once again reign supreme at Loftus Road.
In the previous fixture, QPR overcame their opposition 2-1 on home soil, with rampant frontman Charlie Austin opening proceedings, but in the absence of their injured forward, Matt Phillips is a danger in attack. The summer singing is therefore a 19/10 chance to strike past Neil Lennon’s side anytime.