Championship Odds: Who will win promotion to the Premier League?

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Championship Odds: Who will win promotion to the Premier League?


Update: 29.02.24

Having lost each of their last two league outings, Leicester City’s lead at the summit of the Championship table has been shortened considerably and the race for the title has been thrown wide open.

Leicester City remain at the summit of the Championship table with just twelve league games left to play, however back-to-back defeats to Middlesbrough and second-placed Leeds United have left the Foxes just five points clear of the chasing pack. The East Midlands side need to turn things around as quickly as possible with both Leeds and third-placed Ipswich Town ready to take advantage of any more slip-ups, these two sides both sitting just five points below Leicester City.

The Foxes remain big favourites to secure promotion to the Premier League and claim the Championship crown but the odds on them doing so have drifted on the back of these recent defeats. The bookmakers go a best price of 1/25 on Leicester City hauling themselves back up to the top-flight and 1/3 to go up as champions, while Leeds United are priced at best odds of 1/4 and 4/1 in these respective markets, considerably lower odds than they were last week.

Ipswich Town complete the top three in both markets at a best price of Evens for promotion and 13/1 for the Championship title, the Tractor Boys having collected maximum points from their last four outings with only a single defeat in their last eleven whilst on Championship duty.


(odds correct at time of writing: 29.02.24)


Championship Winner Best Odds

1/3  –  Leicester City

4/1  –  Leeds United

13/1 –  Ipswich Town

33/1 –  Southampton


Championship Promotion Best Odds

1/25 –  Leicester City

1/4  –  Leeds United

Evns – Ipswich Town

6/5  –  Southampton

7/1  –  West Bromwich Albion



Update: 20.02.24

As the battle for promotion from the Championship to the Premier League continues, high-flying Leicester City remain a country mile ahead of the chasing pack despite slipping up against Middlesbrough in their last outing on Saturday afternoon.

Leicester City have pretty much set the pace at the top end of the Championship table since the early stages of the campaign but they saw their five-game winning run come to an end when they lost 2-1 at home to Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon. This disappointing result did relatively little to dent their chances of climbing back up to the Premier League but the East Midlands side need to mindful of the sides immediately below them in the league table, most notably Leeds United who they face on Friday evening and who sit just one position and nine points below them in the division.

Leicester remain huge favourites for both the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League although their odds have drifted in both markets following their weekend defeat. Leeds United are second in the betting on both fronts, the West Yorkshire outfit extending their winning Championship run to 8 games with a 2-0 victory at Plymouth Argyle and conceding just one goal during this time while scoring nineteen in reply.

Third-placed Southampton kept the pressure on Leeds United with a 2-0 victory at West Bromwich Albion, just two points separating the Saints from Leeds with the latter having played one game more. Ipswich Town also enjoy a game-in-hand over Leeds, the Tractor Boys positioned just one point behind Southampton on the back of a 2-1 win at Swansea City last time out.

(odds correct at time of writing: 20.02.24)


Championship Winner Best Odds

2/9  –  Leicester City

7/1  –  Leeds United

10/1 –  Southampton

33/1 –  Ipswich Town


Championship Promotion Best Odds

1/33 –  Leicester City

9/20 –  Leeds United

4/6  –  Southampton

2/1  –  Ipswich Town

8/1  –  West Bromwich Albion

11/1 –  Coventry City

22/1 –  Hull City

22/1 –  Norwich City

28/1 –  Middlesbrough



Update: 14.02.24

The race is hotting up for the automatic promotion berths and play-off places in the 2023/24 Championship table with many sides battling it out for promotion into the Premier League.

As we fast approach the business end of the 2023/24 Championship campaign, Leicester City are twelve points clear at the summit of the division with points dropped in just 7 of their 32 league outings thus far. The Foxes have been the dominant force in the second tier this season and they are deemed the side most likely to make the jump back to the top-flight at a best price of 1/100 for promotion and 1/7 for the Championship title.

Leeds United sit in second position in the Championship table with twelve points separating them from Leicester City. With just six defeats from their 32 league games, the Whites are second in the betting for the title at a best price of 10/1 and best odds of 4/11 for promotion back to the Premier League.

Southampton are currently third in the Championship with two points separating them from second-placed Leeds United although the south-coast side do enjoy a game-in-hand over the Whites, the bookies going 18/1 on the Saints winning the title and 4/6 on them hauling themselves back into the top-flight.

Ipswich Town sit in fourth position in the Championship table and the Tractor Boys complete the top four in both betting markets at 66/1 for the Championship title and 13/8 for promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season.


Championship Winner Best Odds

1/7  –  Leicester City

10/1 –  Leeds United

18/1 –  Southampton

66/1 –  Ipswich Town


Championship Promotion Best Odds

1/100 – Leicester City

4/11 –  Leeds United

4/6  –  Southampton

13/8 –  Ipswich Town

13/2 –  West Bromwich Albion

12/1 –  Coventry City

16/1 –  Sunderland

22/1 –  Hull City

28/1 –  Middlesbrough