Check out all the EFL Championship odds with 888sport. This division is famous for its competitive fixtures, shock results and play-off drama – so let us guide you through the action, and offer you a chance to bet on any one of this season’s dramatic twists and turns.
With the chance to join in via a laptop, tablet or mobile, we make it simple to place a wager – even if it’s your first time at the kick-off with Championship betting.
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Our extensive Championship betting odds and options give you the chance to tackle English football’s second tier with all the energy of a top centre-back.
It’s a wide-open division with a long list of clubs desperate to make it to the Premier League – which makes it all the more fun to try to predict the winners and losers.
Championship odds to look out for include:
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We also offer the latest Championship odds on upcoming fixtures. When betting on individual games you can:
Use the ‘live & upcoming’ tab above for up to date odds.
The Championship has been in existence since 2004, when the previous Division One was rebranded. So what have we learned in that time?
Here’s some interesting facts to consider when betting on the Championship:
888sport has you covered when it comes to the latest odds. Check out up-to-the-minute numbers on upcoming matches, as well as the current figures in the race for promotion and fight to stave off relegation.
Here’s a few things to weigh up when betting on Championship football:
Looking for more on-field facts? Find even more tips and insights over at the 888sport blog.
Relegated trio Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City are strong contenders to bounce straight back following relegation from the Premier League, and all have short odds on EFL Championship promotion.
As ever though, the list of contenders is long. Early pace setters included Bristol City and Reading – both under new management – while Steve Cooper’s stylish Swansea City have impressed – as have play-off runners up Brentford.
Former Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill has been hoping to challenge with Stoke City, while Middlesbrough, Blackburn Rovers and Preston North End g – and East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest and Derby County – will hope it’s finally their time.
The odds for your particular bet won’t change after you’ve placed it. However, Championship odds change all the time – especially given the competitive nature of the league – so you might well see prices lengthen or shorten for others placing the same bet as you.
As with most events and sports, odds for Championship bets will typically be written as a fraction – they represent the chance of something happening and the amount of money you win if it does.
If something has odds of 3/1 you’d win £3 for every £1 you placed, plus your stake returned. Check out our guide to betting rules for more information about how odds work.
There are no guarantees when it comes to betting – and outcomes can never be predicted every time. But many punters like to look at the latest data, study the form of both sides and consider things such as injuries and tactics when looking at Championship betting odds, since this is a division where upsets are common.