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Latest Championship Tips

There will be more than 1.5 goals in the match

odds -278
Tip Score: 0.0
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There will be less than 2.5 goals in the match

odds -135
Tip Score: 0.6

Nottingham Forest will win the match

odds +129
Tip Score: 0.0
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League table - Championship

Team P W D L PTS
1 Fulham FC 46 27 9 10 90
2 AFC Bournemouth 46 25 13 8 88
3 Huddersfield Town 46 23 13 10 82
4 Nottingham Forest 46 23 11 12 80
5 Sheffield United 46 21 12 13 75
6 Luton Town 46 21 12 13 75
7 Middlesbrough FC 46 20 10 16 70
8 Blackburn Rovers 46 19 12 15 69
9 Millwall FC 46 18 15 13 69
10 West Bromwich Albion 46 18 13 15 67
11 Queens Park Rangers 46 19 9 18 66
12 Coventry City 46 17 13 16 64
13 Preston North End 46 16 16 14 64
14 Stoke City 46 17 11 18 62
15 Swansea City 46 16 13 17 61
16 Blackpool 46 16 12 18 60
17 Bristol City 46 15 10 21 55
18 Cardiff City 46 15 8 23 53
19 Hull City 46 14 9 23 51
20 Birmingham City 46 11 14 21 47
21 Reading FC 46 13 8 25 41
22 Peterborough United 46 9 10 27 37
23 Derby County 46 14 13 19 34
24 Barnsley 46 6 12 28 30

Who are the favourites to win the EFL Championship

Who are the favourites to win the EFL Championship

The EFL Championship might only be the second tier league in England but it is one of the best supported leagues in Europe and was 6th for the most players at the recent European Championship. It’s also a great league for betting on with lots of great action and the outright market is one full of interest and intrigue. We’ve put together this analysis of who the bets teams are, our match predictions and betting tips.

Who are the favourites to win the EFL Championship?

As a second tier league, betting on the EFL Championship outright winners is a little bit unlike betting on other outright winners. It’s impossible to bet on the previous season’s winners as they have been promoted to the Premier League, while the favourites are often one of the teams who have had a poor season last time out and got relegated from the top flight.

We’ve outlined who we think you should back below:

Fulham 5.00

Fulham were relegated from the Premier League last time out, finishing 18th out of 20 teams some nine points behind Burnley. While they have lost a couple of players in the close season along with manager Scott Parker it’s evident that Fulham owner Shahid Khan has put the money in to ensure the Cottagers bounce back up at the first attempt. Former Hull City, Watford and Everton boss Marco Silva has been drafted in to take charge at Craven Cottage while the £12million transfer of forward Harry Wilson has been sanctioned from Liverpool.

An opening day draw with Middlesboro shouldn’t detract from just how strong Fulham are; they have a team full of players who are more than capable at this level and who have experience of promotion in previous seasons. In 2019-20 Fulham got promoted after a great unbeaten run during “Project Restart” in July 2020 got them into the playoffs and out the other side. In Aleksandar Mitrovic they have a striker who has scored 38 times in 57 games at this level; if they can get him firing again then they have to be heavyweight contenders.

Sheffield United 8.00

Another of last season’s relegated teams is Sheffield United, who endured a torrid time last season in the top flight picking up just 23 points all year. It could have been much worse for tem but for three wins in their last six games which helped to ensure they didn’t finish with a record low points total. They’ve not started the new season well either, going down 1-0 to a Birmingham City side at home despite having the lion’s share of possession.

The Blades have bought in Slavisa Jokanovic as manager, who has won promotion to the Premier League twice already with Watford and Fulham. They’ve not been active in the transfer window yet, although they have also hung onto some of their more expensive acquisitions from last season in Aaron Ramsdale, Sander Berge and Rhian Brewster. With Brewster finally breaking his scoring duck for the Blades in the EFL Cup it’s possible he might now start to repay his huge transfer fee; however it will be interesting to see who the Blades can hang on to past the end of the transfer window.

Stoke City 17.00

The Potters had an incredibly underwhelming season last time out finishing 14th in the Championship but are seen by many pundits as a potential dark horse in the division this season with the squad now pruned of a fair amount of deadwood. Ryan Woods moved on for free to Birmingham City, John Obi Mikel went to Kuwait while defender Bruno Martins Indi moved back to his native Netherlands for an undisclosed fee.

In their place has come the experienced Norwich midfielder Mario Vrancic along with striker Sam Surridge with the former Bournemouth man immediately starting to pay off his fee scoring the winner in the Potters’ opening day 3-2 win over Reading. With a pared down squad shorn of some of the expensive mistakes that Stoke had picked up in previous seasons it’s possible that they could be a real threat in this division – however there does need to a sustained improvement over the next few months.

Birmingham City 41.00

With Blues having flirted with relegation more often than not in recent seasons it seems a bit daft looking at them as a possible to win the division. However, the appointment of Lee Bowyer last season has looked an astute move for the side from St Andrew’s and the opening day win over Sheffield United has shown that there is talent among the ranks in the team.

In recent years the big problem for Birmingham has been an over reliance on forward Lukas Jutkiewicz for goals which has seen them struggle against any team that can defend crosses. Bowyer has tried to address that by bringing in mobile forward Chuks Aneke as well as talented Manchester United attacking midfielder Tahith Chong on loan. With Ryan Woods brought in to give a bit more strength in midfield and Dion Sanderson to provide competition in defence Blues have what looks on paper to be a much stronger squad. Whether this proves to be the case over a 46 game season remains to be seen but as an each way shot they could be worth a punt – particularly if they can continue to pick up points against the more fancied teams.

Championship Betting Tips and Predictions

Championship Tips

Are you looking for Championship tips? This page has all the tips for Championship matches you could need, rated on a simple scale from 0 to 10 to help you find the football tips you need to boost your betting profits.

How to find Championship Tips

The EFL Championship is the second tier of professional football in England. The division is contested by 24 teams from across the country. The top two teams in the division are promoted to the Premier League. Check this Premier League tips, while third to sixth place play off for the third and final promotion place. The bottom three teams are relegated to League One. Teams play 46 games per season between August and May, with the majority of games being played at the weekend. However, there are many games also played in midweek which means that during the season there are almost always games available for Championship tips. Tips can be posted on Championship games 72 hours prior to kick off. However, most tips are posted in the immediate hours before kick off – mainly due to the fact tipsters want to check things like injuries and team line ups before they add their tips. There are also live tips for Championship games in progress available on this page, but these need to be acted on rapidly as odds can change drastically during the game. There are a wide selection of betting markets available for Championship games. The most common markets for tips are the 12X and goal markets; there are also Asian and European handicaps available for tipsters looking for an edge in a game with a strong favourite.

ProTipster and Championship Tips

All Championship tips posted on ProTipster are individually rated with a score from 0 to 10, with tips rated 10 the most likely to win. ProTipster rates tips using an algorithm, which checks tipster’s past performance in the same betting market, with the same teams and in the same tournament before assigning the score. This makes it easier for users to find the Championship tips they need without having to decipher pages of difficult to understand statistics. ProTipster also feed back performance data to individual tipsters, to help them better understand their own betting trends. With this information, tipsters can adjust their own strategies to improve their performance. The more tips posted, the more data that can be analysed and the more insightful the feedback will be. Join us today to find out for yourself!