The Championship: Klich can make this 17/1 treble stick tonight

With their flamboyant new manager, Leeds are the Championship team everyone wants to see. This treble could bring in a tidy profit if they keep scoring...


Swansea v Leeds: Anytime Goalscorer Mateusz Klich – 12/5

Leeds are off to rollicking start to the season, rejuvenated under the wily eye of the crouching coach Marcelo Bielsa.

They’ve scored nine goals in three league games so far, and knocked in another two in a League Cup win over Bolton.

While Kemar Roofe has nabbed three in this opening burst, it’s Polish international Mateusz Klich who’s caught our eye with two strikes. He looks like a new player under El Loco after a season on-loan in the Eredivisie wilderness.

What other rough diamonds can the Argentine pull from his bucket we wonder?

Klich’s 12/5 to score anytime and that looks like a generous price given his run of form.

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Derby v Ipswich: Derby – 5/6

The Rams have had a rocky start to the season under new manager Frank Lampard, but we’d expect them to find their scoring bootes – or should that be wellies – against the Tractor Boys tonight.

Ipswich have collected just two points from their opening three league games. A 2-2 draw with Blackburn to open the season has been followed by more mundane outings at Rotherham, where they lost, and a 1-1 draw with Villa at Portman Road.

Tom Lawrence has bagged two goals in four games for Derby, but former Ipswich striker Martyn Waghorn is still looking for his first goal since his summer move from Suffolk to Pride Parl. There’d be no better time to break that duck.

Derby at home should have enough to win either way.

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Rotherham v Hull: Rotherham – 15/8

The home team are coming off a two-nil reversal at eland Road on Saturday, and a 5-1 thrashing away at Brentford on the opening day, but stuck in between these two defeats they enjoyed wins at home against Wigan and Ipswich.

Their opponents tonight dug out two draws in their away games this season, both against Sheffield’s two clubs, but have lost at home twice, with Blackburn snatching a 1-0 win on Saturday at the KCOM Stadium.

The Millers aren’t a flashy side but we’d reckon they’ll have enough to continue their good home form and tame the Tigers to grind out our treble.

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