The very early betting markets on the 2019/20 English Championship are live at lots of bookies sites, betting shops and on most betting apps, and you may be sat there right now trying to make sense of those betting markets.
If you are trying to work out just which team is worth backing in the hope they do go on to win the English Championship title this coming season, then do read on for below are the best odds I have so far being offered on a ranger of fancies and lesser fancied teams in the English Championship.
As the English Championship outright betting markets have not been live for that long, do not be under the impression that the two teams heading the betting are doing so as most punters have been backing them, as that is not the case.
The first and second current favourites on the English Championship betting market for next season are Leeds at 5/1 and Fulham at 15/2, and the only reason they are first and second favourites to win the title race next season is the form they had last season.
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The four next teams that are high up rather than lower down the early betting markets on the English Championship are West Brom at 10/1, Cardiff at 11/1 and next in the betting you have Stoke at 12/1 and Middlesbrough are also in with a chance if their current 14/1 outright win odds are to be taken at face value, but possibly they are worth an each-way bet rather than a straight outright winner type of punt.
Teams Not Currently Being Backed
There has been no mad rush of punters ever eager to back teams such as Brentford, Derby and Huddersfield and as such the odds that are available on all three of those teams are high at 16/1.
As for whether teams such as Bristol City, Sheff Wed and Nottingham Forest are going to have a great season, well I will leave that decision for you to make, suffice to say though that are far as the odds on those three teams go, they are rather decent at 20/1 at plenty of betting sites.
The outsiders are teams such as Swansea at 25/1, Preston at 28/1 and Birmingham at 33/1 along with Luton, Hull and Blackburn at 40/1 but the complete and rank outsiders are teams such as Reading and QPR at 50/1 and Millwall, Charlton and Wigan at 66/1 and Barnsley who does look like they are completely up against it next season based on the odds on Barnsley winning the English Championship in 2019/20 being huge at 80/1