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Who Will Win the English Championship Title in 2019/20?

The only way you are going to lock in the best odds and the best betting value when backing football teams to win any league, is by backing on them nice an early, for the odds available on the early betting markets will drop fast if a team does start the season in excellent form and goes on to win match after match.

With that in mind, today I will be guiding you through the current odds available on many of the teams that are playing in the English Championship this upcoming season, so read on to find out what their respective odds are on winning the English Championship title this year.

Any team could have an outstanding season in the English Championship during 2019 and 2020 and go on to win the title, however looking at where the smart money is currently going, it appears the team most punters are backing are Leeds who are currently trading at odds of 5/1.

There is always the chance that Fulham could win the title race and compared to many of the other teams in the English Championship, they do look a rock-solid bet either to win or each-way based on the fact you can secure odds of them right now as high as 15/2.

Teams Not to Dismiss

Keep in mind that if you do place an each-way bet at bookies such as BetFred and plenty of other betting sites too, you will be paid out at one quarter of the current win odds if your team or teams finishes not in first place but in second or third place.

That does of course mean with those very favourable each-way betting terms you could back lots of teams in the hope that three of them get placed and one of them wins, when backing them each-way and four teams to consider backing that way are West Brom at 10/1, Cardiff at 11/1, Stoke at 12/1 and possibly Middlesbrough at 14/1 too.

Bigger Odds Less Chance of Success

You will be taking risks if you back any of the teams listed below, however the upshot of backing any of the following teams right now is that there are some very high odds attached to each of those teams, so they risks ate outweighed possibly by the much better odds.

However, you will need to ask yourself do you really see teams like Brentford, Derby and Huddersfield at 16/1 or Bristol City, Sheff Wed and Nottingham Forest at 20/1 or even teams such as Swansea at 25/1, Preston at 28/1 and Birmingham at 33/1 doing well in the upcoming season

If you do then back them now is my advice, as for the rest of the teams playing in the English Championship this coming season and their odds, well they include Luton, Hull and Blackburn at 40/1, and Reading and QPR at 50/1, but the teams no one fancies currently to win or even get placed are Millwall, Charlton and Wigan at 66/1 and Barnsley at 80/1.