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Sky Bet Championship Betting Odds

The 2015/6 Sky Bet Championship season will see Hull, QPR and Burnley drop down from the Premier League while Preston, Bristol City and MK Dons are promoted from League One. Visit the official Football League site for information.

Sky Bet Championship Matches

TimeHomeDrawAwayBetting

Saturday 6th February 2016

15:00

Birmingham (7/4)

Draw (9/4)

Sheffield Wednesday (2)

In Play

15:00

Bolton (11/8)

Draw (37/10)

Rotherham (7)

In Play

15:00

Burnley (11/5)

Draw (23/10)

Hull (9/5)

In Play

15:00

Cardiff (1)

Draw (13/5)

MK Dons (15/4)

In Play

15:00

Charlton (9)

Draw (7/2)

Bristol City (13/10)

In Play

15:00

Fulham (5/2)

Draw (27/10)

Derby (17/4)

In Play

15:00

Leeds (19/10)

Draw (23/10)

Nottingham Forest (21/10)

In Play

15:00

Middlesbrough (5/4)

Draw (12/5)

Blackburn (9/2)

In Play

15:00

Preston (24/13)

Draw (9/4)

Huddersfield (11/5)

In Play

15:00

QPR (9/5)

Draw (11/5)

Ipswich (36/17)

In Play

15:00

Reading (11/10)

Draw (5/2)

Wolves (15/4)

In Play

Tuesday 9th February 2016

19:45

MK Dons (3)

Draw (12/5)

Middlesbrough (10/11)

All Odds

Saturday 13th February 2016

12:30TV

QPR (4/5)

Draw (23/10)

Fulham (21/10)

All Odds

15:00

Blackburn (2)

Draw (23/10)

Hull (8/11)

All Odds

15:00

Brighton (1/3)

Draw (5/2)

Bolton (1/25)

All Odds

15:00

Bristol City (5/4)

Draw (23/10)

Ipswich (6/5)

All Odds

15:00

Charlton (27/20)

Draw (23/10)

Cardiff (1)

All Odds

15:00

Derby (1/25)

Draw (12/5)

MK Dons (1/25)

All Odds

15:00

Nottingham Forest (1/25)

Draw (23/10)

Huddersfield (1/25)

All Odds

15:00

Reading (5/4)

Draw (23/10)

Burnley (10/9)

All Odds

15:00

Rotherham (1/25)

Draw (23/10)

Birmingham (1/25)

All Odds

15:00

Sheffield Wednesday (9/10)

Draw (23/10)

Brentford (11/5)

All Odds

15:00

Wolves (4/5)

Draw (23/10)

Preston (21/10)

All Odds

Monday 15th February 2016

19:45TV

Leeds (1/20)

Draw (23/10)

Middlesbrough (1/20)

All Odds

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League Table

PositionTeamPts

1

Hull City

57

2

M'boro

56

3

Burnley

53

4

Brighton

53

5

Derby

51

6

Ipswich

49

7

Sheff Wed

48

8

Birm'ham

48

9

Cardiff

45

10

N Forest

40

11

Wolves

40

12

Brentford

40

13

QPR

37

14

Preston

37

15

Leeds

37

16

Reading

36

17

Huddsf'ld

33

18

Blackburn

31

19

Fulham

29

20

MK Dons

27

21

Bristol C

26

22

Rotherham

25

23

Charlton

25

24

Bolton

24

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