Championship Treble: Goals at both ends at Watford and Bolton and a debut win for Ian Holloway

Tuesday's Champions League schedule is complemented by a full schedule in the Championship. This has not escaped Al Hain-Cole and he has picked out a treble worth 19/5
Championship Treble
Bolton Wanderers
Leicester City
Kick-off: 20:00 GMT
Tip: Both teams to score at 4/7 (1.57) with Paddy Power

Bolton got off to the best possible start under new manager Dougie Freedman at the weekend, beating league leaders Cardiff 2-1 to secure only their second victory in seven outings.

However, The Trotters have been woefully inconsistent since suffering relegation to the Championship, having failed to win consecutive matches at all season.

This failure is certainly not down to lack of goals, as Wanderers have hit the back of the net in all but two of their 14 league fixtures so far.

Instead, it is a leaky back line that has held them back, as their defence has kept just one solitary clean sheet this year, and is sure to come under pressure from a Leicester side that has managed to get on the score-sheet in every match this term.

A bet on both to teams to score would have paid out in 20 of the 28 league games featuring either of these two sides this year, and is not to be missed at odds of 4/7 (1.57) with Paddy Power.

Kick off: 19:45 GMT
Tip: Both teams to score at 4/7 (1.57) with Paddy Power

Considering the difference in resources between Watford and Millwall, it is slightly surprising to see the two London rivals separated only by goal difference in mid-table.

While The Hornets have profited from lucrative Italian investment to bring in a high-profile boss in Gianfranco Zola and several continental signings, The Lions are reaping the rewards of five years of stability under the steady hand of Kenny Jackett.

Although the 13 foreign loan players currently plying their trade at Vicarage Road may add to the quality on display, the confusion caused by so many temporary additions to the squad has led to a disorganised defensive unit that has only kept two clean sheets all season.

As tonight’s visitors have only prevented the other side from scoring on one occasion, and have racked up an impressive 27 goals in 14 games themselves, we should be in for an entertaining encounter in Hertfordshire.

With plenty of action expected at either end, odds of 4/7 (1.57) seem rather generous on both sides hitting the back of the net here, and would have paid out in 20 of this pair’s 28 Championship matches so far.

Crystal Palace
Ipswich Town
Kick-off: 20:00 GMT
Crystal Palace to win at 19/20 (1.95) with Paddy Power

Mick McCarthy’s arrival in Suffolk was immediately rewarded with a 1-0 victory away over Birmingham on Saturday, giving Ipswich fans hope that their side may finally be set to reach their potential under a no-nonsense new coach.

However, any "new manager bounce" that the former Wolves boss’s appointment may have given the club will be counter-acted tonight by that of the new Palace boss Ian Holloway, who will take charge of The Eagles for the first time.

Unlike McCarthy, Holloway takes over a side already in great form and riding high in the league, having gone 11 games without defeat and sitting comfortably in third place in the table.

Considering Saturday’s win was Ipswich’s first since August, it seems unreasonable to expect lightning to strike twice in four days and for The Tractor Boys to come away with anything other than a defeat against a team that has won four and lost none of the last six fixtures at Selhurst Park.

Even with McCarthy now in command of the visitors, anything less than a home win for Holloway would be a major shock this evening, and is available at appealing 19/20 (1.95) odds here.

Championship Treble
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Al Hain-Cole is a Liverpool fan, experienced tipster and avid follower of European football. He specialises in accumulators and if you would like to read more from Al you can follow him on Twitter here.

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