Championship betting tips

Championship betting tips: BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – MAY 05: Teemu Pukki of Norwich City celebrates with the Sky Bet Championship trophy during the Sky Bet Championship match between Aston Villa and Norwich City at Villa Park on May 5, 2019 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by James Baylis – AMA/Getty Images)


Championship betting tips!

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Championship betting tips: Gameweek 8

Seven games into the Championship season we are starting to get an idea of who could be in with a shot at promotion and who could be set for a relegation battle.

Leeds United currently top the Championship table heading into game week eight.

It is also Leeds who get GW8 started on Saturday the 21st of September in the 12:30 kick-off.

The weekend’s action finishes with West Brom hosting Huddersfield on Sunday.

Here are the predictions for week eight of the Championship.

Leeds vs Derby

As mentioned above, it is Leeds United hosting Derby in the first game of the week.

Leeds are in fine form this season, winning five, drawing one and losing one in the league.

They are currently top of the table with 16 points but second place Swansea have also amassed 16 points with two less goal difference.

As for Derby, they are down in 19th spot, winning just one game in the league this campaign.

Their last clash was a 1-1 draw with Cardiff.

Prediction: Leeds 3-Derby 1

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Nottingham Forest vs Barnsley

Our second game of the week sees Nottingham Forest take on Barnsley.

Forest should be full of confidence heading into this game as they have just beat highflying Swansea in their last outing.

Barnsley, on the other hand, are 22nd in the league and have won just once all season.

Prediction: Nottingham Forest 2-Barnsley 0

Reading vs Blackburn

Reading head into their clash with Blackburn down in 17th spot.

They have also lost their last two games, the latest of which was against Middlesbrough.

Blackburn, on the other hand, are currently 12th in the table but they have lost just one of their last five league outings.

Prediction: Reading 0-Blackburn 1

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Brentford vs Stoke

Brentford’s form has not been great recently.

Apart from a win over a struggling Derby side, they have been in very poor form in their last five outings.

However, this weekend they are at home to Stoke City.

After seven games of the season, Stoke are one of just two sides yet to record a win in the Championship.

Prediction: Brentford 2-Stoke 1

Luton vs Hull

Since winning promotion Luton have had an ok start to life in England’s second division.

They are currently 16th in the league winning two of their last five league ties.

Their opponents Hull are down in 20th place after drawing three and losing two of their last five Championship fixtures.

Prediction: Luton 1-Hull 1

Cardiff vs Middlesbrough

Cardiff are probably not having the start to the season their fans will have been hoping for.

They only managed a 1-1 draw vs a poor Derby side this past weekend and are currently down in 14th place.

The Welsh outfit must now host Middlesbrough, a side who struggled for form at the start of the campaign but are now unbeaten in four league games.

Prediction: Cardiff 2-Middlesbrough 2

Bristol City vs Swansea

Bristol City’s solid start to the season continued on this past weekend when they saw of Stoke.

Bristol are now up in 4th spot and look as though they could be play-off contenders come the end of the season.

However, this weekend sees them face 2nd place Swansea who have lost just once all season.

Prediction: Bristol 1-Swansea 2

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Millwall vs QPR

Millwall had an ok start to the season but their form has dipped off in recent weeks.

They are now four league games without a win.

This weekend sees them host a QPR side who are 7th in the league and have won their last three.

Prediction: Millwall 1-QPR 2

Wigan vs Charlton

Charlton’s unbeaten start to the season came to an end this past weekend when they lost to Birmingham.

They will no doubt be keen to get back to winning ways this weekend vs a poor Wigan side.

Wigan have won just one league game all season and are down in 21st place.

Prediction: Wigan 0-Charlton 1

Birmingham vs Preston

Birmingham head into Saturday’s game in 8th spot with three wins from their last four Championship ties.

They must face Preston though, who are also in fairly good form.

Preston are unbeaten in their last four games, drawing one and winning three.

Prediction: Birmingham 1-Preston 1

Sheffield Wednesday vs Fulham

Garry Monk’s tenure as Sheffield Wednesday boss got off to a great start last weekend when the Owls beat Huddersfield 2-0.

Monk will likely have a much tougher test this weekend though.

Fulham are in 11th place and winless in their last three games. But they still have some quality players that could punish Wednesday.

Prediction: Sheffield Wednesday 1-Fulham 1

West Brom vs Huddersfield

After Charlton and Swansea lost this past weekend, West Brom are now the only team in the Championship to remain undefeated this season.

That record is likely to continue on Sunday when West Brom host Huddersfield.

Huddersfield, like Stoke, are without a win in the league this season and even after Danny Cowley took over, the Terries still lost last weekend vs Sheffield Wednesday.

Prediction: West Brom 3-Huddersifeld 1

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Championship outright odds: To win the title – constantly updated

Championship table – 2019/2020 – constantly updated

#TeamMPWDLFADP
1Leeds United7511123916
2Swansea City7511125716
3Charlton Athletic7421116514
4Bristol City7421139414
5Preston North End7412137613
6West Bromwich Albion7340118313
7Queens Park Rangers74121211113
8Birmingham City741278-113
9Nottingham Forest7331106412
10Sheffield Wednesday7403106412
11Fulham7322116511
12Blackburn Rovers731377010
13Middlesbrough72328809
14Cardiff City7232810-29
15Millwall723259-49
16Luton Town72141213-17
17Reading721489-17
18Brentford721456-17
19Derby County7142710-37
20Hull City7133811-36
21Wigan Athletic7124613-75
22Barnsley7124411-75
23Huddersfield Town7016513-81
24Stoke City7016717-101
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Championship to be promoted odds – constantly updated

Championship to be relegated odds – constantly updated

Championship top goal scorer odds – 2019/2020 – constantly updated

Player
Odds
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) 4/1
Patrick Bamford (Leeds) 6/1
Karlan Ahearne-Grant (Huddersfield) 16/1
Borja Baston (Swansea) 18/1
Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough) 20/1
Lyle Taylor (Charlton) 20/1
Jarrod Bowen (Hull) 20/1
Ollie Watkins (Brentford) 25/1
Jordan Hugill (QPR) 25/1
Eddie Nketiah (Leeds) 25/1
Nahki Wells (QPR) 25/1
Lewis Grabban (Nottm Forest) 28/1
Kenneth Zohore (West Brom) 33/1
Ricardo Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham) 33/1
Charlie Austin (West Brom) 33/1
Martyn Waghorn (Derby) 33/1
Robert Glatzel (Cardiff) 33/1
Steven Fletcher (Sheff Wed) 33/1
Sean Maguire (Preston) 40/1
Bradley Dack (Blackburn) 50/1
George Puscas (Reading) 50/1
Jack Marriott (Derby) 50/1
Scott Hogan (Stoke) 50/1
Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) 66/1
Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) 66/1
James Collins (Luton) 66/1
Yakou Meite (Reading) 66/1
Andre Ayew (Swansea) 80/1
Said Benrahma (Brentford) 80/1
Alvaro Gimenez (Birmingham) 80/1
Lee Gregory (Stoke) 80/1
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) 80/1
Lucas Joao (Reading) 80/1
Pablo Hernadez (Leeds) 80/1
Jayden Stockley (Preston) 100/1
Bobby Reid (Fulham) 100/1
Danny Graham (Blackburn) 100/1
Jordan Rhodes (Sheff Wed) 100/1
Sam Gallagher (Blackburn) 100/1
Fernando Forestieri (Sheff Wed) 100/1
Sam Surridge (Swansea) 100/1
Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford) 100/1
Anthony Knockaert (Fulham) 100/1
Sam Vokes (Stoke) 150/1
Rafa Mir (Nottm Forest) 150/1
Matt Smith (Millwall) 150/1
Kadeem Harris (Sheff Wed) 150/1
Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) 150/1
Kieffer Moore (Wigan) 150/1
Tom Eaves (Hull) 150/1
Danny Loader (Reading) 150/1
Tom Lawrence (Derby) 150/1
Tom Bradshaw (Millwall) 150/1
Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) 100/1
Joe Lolley (Nottm Forest) 200/1
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn) 200/1
Mallik Wilks (Barnsley) 200/1
Nick Powell (Stoke) 200/1
Rudy Gestede (Middlesbrough) 200/1
Wander Helder Costa (Leeds) 200/1
Ben Brereton (Blackburn) 200/1
Joe Garner (Wigan) 200/1
Josh Windass (Wigan) 200/1
Atdhe Nuhiu (Sheff Wed) 200/1
Eberechi Eze (QPR) 200/1
Gary Madine (Cardiff) 200/1
Tyrese Campbell (Stoke) 250/1
Kristoffer Peterson (Swansea) 250/1
Chuks Aneke (Charlton) 250/1
Matt Phillips (West Brom) 250/1
Adam Reach (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom) 250/1
Isaac Mbenza (Huddersfield) 250/1
Omar Bogle (Cardiff) 250/1
Jamie Paterson (Derby) 500/1
Jamal Lowe (Wigan) 500/1
Mateusz Klich (Leeds) 500/1
Elliot Lee (Luton) 500/1
Albert Adomah (Nottm Forest) 500/1