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Sky Bet Championship Betting Odds

The 2013/4 Sky Bet Championship season will see Wigan, Reading and QPR drop down from the Premier League while Doncaster, Bournemouth and Yeovil are promoted from League One.

Sky Bet Championship Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Monday 21st April 2014

15:00

Birmingham (19/10)

Draw (5/2)

Blackburn (13/8)

All Odds

15:00

Brighton (8/15)

Draw (16/5)

Blackpool (13/2)

All Odds

15:00TV

Burnley (6/4)

Draw (12/5)

Wigan (2)

All Odds

15:00

Derby (8/13)

Draw (10/3)

Barnsley (11/2)

All Odds

15:00

Ipswich (6/4)

Draw (5/2)

Bournemouth (11/5)

All Odds

15:00

Millwall (10/11)

Draw (11/4)

Doncaster (18/5)

All Odds

15:00

QPR (6/5)

Draw (5/2)

Watford (13/5)

All Odds

15:00

Sheffield Wednesday (15/13)

Draw (5/2)

Charlton (11/4)

All Odds

15:00

Yeovil (8/5)

Draw (12/5)

Huddersfield (2)

All Odds

17:15TV

Leeds (7/4)

Draw (5/2)

Nottingham Forest (7/4)

All Odds

Tuesday 22nd April 2014

20:00

Bolton (9/4)

Draw (5/2)

Leicester (13/10)

All Odds

20:00

Reading (1)

Draw (13/5)

Middlesbrough (16/5)

All Odds

Friday 25th April 2014

19:45

Brighton (8/15)

Draw (15/4)

Yeovil (6)

All Odds

Saturday 26th April 2014

12:15

Burnley (6/5)

Draw (5/2)

Ipswich (28/11)

All Odds

Sky Bet Championship

Position Team Pts

1

Leicester

93

2

Burnley

86

3

Derby

78

4

QPR

73

5

Wigan

70

6

Brighton

65

7

Reading

64

8

Ipswich

64

9

N Forest

62

10

Bournemth

62

11

Blackburn

61

12

Watford

60

13

Middlesbro'

58

14

Bolton

55

15

Sheff Wed

53

16

Leeds

53

17

Huddersfld

47

18

Birmingham

43

19

Doncaster

43

20

Millwall

43

21

Charlton

42

22

Blackpool

42

23

Barnsley

39

24

Yeovil

37

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