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Championship

Saturday 16th May 2015

Championship Winner 14/15 - Win Outright
Your stake is doubled for an each-way bet with half going on the selection to win and half on it to place. Read the full explanation here
Each Way: 1/4 for first 3 places

Cardiff 7/1 Derby 15/2
Norwich 8/1 Nottingham Forest 10/1
Middlesbrough 11/1 Watford 11/1
Wigan 16/1 Bournemouth 16/1
Wolves 18/1 Blackburn 18/1
Reading 20/1 Ipswich 25/1
Fulham 25/1 Brighton 25/1
Millwall 33/1 Sheff Wed 33/1
Charlton 33/1 Brentford 33/1
Leeds 40/1 Bolton 50/1
Birmingham 50/1 Rotherham 80/1
Huddersfield 80/1 Blackpool 750/1

Championship Promotion 14/15 - Promotion

Cardiff 9/4 Derby 5/2
Norwich 11/4 Nottingham Forest 7/2
Middlesbrough 7/2 Watford 4/1
Wigan 5/1 Bournemouth 5/1
Blackburn 5/1 Wolves 11/2
Fulham 11/2 Reading 13/2
Ipswich 7/1 Brighton 8/1
Sheff Wed 10/1 Millwall 10/1
Brentford 11/1 Charlton 12/1
Bolton 14/1 Leeds 14/1
Birmingham 16/1 Rotherham 22/1
Huddersfield 22/1 Blackpool 150/1

Championship Top Goalscorer 14/15 - Win Outright
Your stake is doubled for an each-way bet with half going on the selection to win and half on it to place. Read the full explanation here
Each Way: 1/4 for first 4 places

Lewis Grabban 9/1 Britt Assombalonga 10/1
Jordan Rhodes 10/1 Kenwyne Jones 12/1
Troy Deeney 12/1 Callum Wilson 12/1
Matej Vydra 12/1 Kike Garcia 12/1
Chris Martin 14/1 Ross McCormack 16/1
Rudy Gestede 18/1 Billy Sharp 18/1
David McGoldrick 20/1 Adam Le Fondre 25/1
Konstantinos Mitroglou 25/1 Gary Hooper 28/1
Federico Macheda 28/1 Javi Guerra 28/1
Nahki Wells 33/1 Nicky Ajose 33/1
Oriol Riera 33/1 Nicky Maynard 33/1
Pavel Pogrebnyak 33/1 Martyn Waghorn 40/1
Lars Veldwijk 40/1 Cameron Jerome 40/1
Lee Tomlin 40/1 Johnny Russell 40/1
James Vaughan 40/1 Leon Best 40/1
Craig Mackail-Smith 40/1 Jamie Paterson 40/1
Matt Fryatt 40/1 Andre Gray 40/1
Fernando Forestieri 40/1 Yann Kermorgant 40/1
Hugo Rodallega 40/1 Kyle Lafferty 40/1
Bakary Sako 40/1 Daryl Murphy 40/1
Clayton Donaldson 40/1 Igor Vetokele 40/1
Conor Sammon 50/1 Cauley Woodrow 50/1
Brett Pitman 50/1 Jermaine Beckford 50/1
Adam Taggart 50/1 Ricardo Fuller 50/1
Nouha Dicko 50/1 Simon Cox 50/1
Joe Lolley 66/1 Nick Proschwitz 66/1
Luke Varney 66/1 Joe Mason 66/1
Stevie May 66/1 Jordan Bowery 66/1
Jamie Ward 66/1 Wes Thomas 66/1
Chris O'Grady 66/1 Craig Davies 66/1
Jamie Mackie 66/1 Chris Brown 66/1
Scott Hogan 66/1 Marc Antoine Fortune 80/1
Marcello Trotta 80/1 Tokelo Rantie 80/1
Febian Brandy 80/1 Diego Fabbrini 80/1
Dexter Blackstock 80/1 Matthew Green 80/1
Nathan Redmond 80/1 Sergei Zenjov 80/1
Moussa Dembele 80/1 Leon Clarke 80/1
Mathias Ranegie 100/1 Alex Revell 100/1
Tom Barkhuizen 100/1 Scott McDonald 100/1
Steve Morison 100/1 Matt Derbyshire 100/1
Lee Novak 100/1 Jermaine Easter 100/1
Matt Smith 100/1 Nick Blackman 100/1
Simon Church 100/1 Dominic Poleon 100/1
Craig Bryson 100/1 Lee Gregory 100/1
Kei Kamara 100/1 Jack Marriott 100/1
Atdhe Nuhiu 100/1 Albert Adomah 100/1
Gary Madine 100/1 Souleymane Doukara 100/1
Steven Davies 100/1 Ishmael Miller 100/1
Kieran Agard 100/1 Noel Hunt 150/1
Jay Tabb 250/1

Championship Relegation 14/15 - Relegation

Blackpool 1/5 Rotherham 5/2
Huddersfield 5/2 Birmingham 3/1
Leeds 3/1 Charlton 9/2
Brentford 9/2 Millwall 5/1
Sheff Wed 13/2 Bolton 7/1
Ipswich 12/1 Brighton 14/1
Fulham 18/1 Wigan 18/1
Reading 18/1 Wolves 20/1
Bournemouth 20/1 Blackburn 20/1
Watford 22/1 Nottingham Forest 25/1
Middlesbrough 28/1 Derby 50/1
Norwich 50/1 Cardiff 66/1

Championship Top 2 Finish 14/15 - Win Outright

Derby 7/2 Cardiff 7/2
Norwich 4/1 Nottingham Forest 5/1
Watford 11/2 Middlesbrough 11/2
Wigan 8/1 Fulham 8/1
Bournemouth 8/1 Blackburn 9/1
Reading 10/1 Wolves 10/1
Brighton 12/1 Ipswich 12/1
Millwall 16/1 Brentford 16/1
Shef Wed 16/1 Charlton 16/1
Leeds 20/1 Birmingham 25/1
Bolton 25/1 Rotherham 40/1
Huddersfield 40/1 Blackpool 300/1

Championship Top 6 Finish 14/15 - Top 6 Finish

Cardiff 8/13 Norwich 5/6
Derby 5/6 Nottingham Forest 11/8
Middlesbrough 6/4 Watford 13/8
Fulham 7/4 Blackburn 15/8
Wigan 9/4 Bournemouth 9/4
Reading 5/2 Wolves 11/4
Ipswich 7/2 Brighton 7/2
Sheffield Wednesday 9/2 Brentford 5/1
Millwall 5/1 Bolton 6/1
Charlton 13/2 Leeds 13/2
Birmingham 9/1 Huddersfield 12/1
Rotherham 14/1 Blackpool 66/1

Championship To Stay Up 14/15 - To Stay Up

Bolton 1/14 Sheffield Wednesday 1/12
Millwall 1/8 Charlton 1/7
Brentford 1/7 Birmingham 1/4
Leeds 1/4 Huddersfield 30/100
Rotherham 30/100 Blackpool 7/2

Championship Top Half Finish 14/15 - Win Outright

Cardiff 1/20 Derby 1/14
Norwich 1/12 Middlesbrough 1/4
Nottingham Forest 2/7 Watford 2/7
Blackburn 4/11 Fulham 2/5
Wigan 4/9 Bournemouth 4/9
Ipswich 8/11 Wolves 4/5
Reading 5/6 Brighton 6/4
Sheffield Wednesday 7/4 Brentford 2/1
Millwall 2/1 Charlton 11/4
Bolton 11/4 Leeds 11/4
Birmingham 11/4 Huddersfield 4/1
Rotherham 4/1 Blackpool 28/1

Championship Bottom Half Finish 14/15 - Win Outright

Huddersfield 1/6 Rotherham 1/6
Birmingham 2/7 Charlton 2/7
Leeds 2/7 Bolton 2/7
Brentford 2/5 Millwall 2/5
Sheffield Wednesday 4/9 Brighton 8/15
Reading 10/11 Wolves 1/1
Ipswich 11/10 Bournemouth 7/4
Wigan 7/4 Fulham 15/8
Blackburn 9/4 Watford 11/4
Nottingham Forest 11/4 Middlesbrough 3/1
Norwich 13/2 Derby 15/2
Cardiff 9/1

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 The Sky Bet Championship is the wealthiest non-top flight division in the world, and is the seventh richest division in Europe.

The Football League Championship, which was introduced for the 2004-05 season , was previously known as the First Division (1992-2004), and before that was known as Division Two (1892-1992).

The winners of the Championship receive the Football League Championship trophy, the same trophy as the old First Division champions were handed prior to the Premier League's inception in 1992.

Ipswich Town hold the longest tenure in the Championship, last being out of the division in the 2001-02 season when they were relegated from the Premier League.

The Football League Championship play-offs is a knock-out competition for the teams finishing the season in third to sixth place with the winner being promoted to the Premier League. In the play-offs, the third-placed team plays against the sixth-placed team and the fourth-placed team plays against the fifth-placed team in two-legged semi-finals (home and away).

The winners of each semi-final then compete at Wembley with the prize being promotion to the Premier League.

The three promoted teams are replaced in the division for the next season by the teams finishing in the bottom three in the Premier League and the relegated teams are replaced by the two teams finishing at the top of League One and the winner of the League One play-off final.

In its current format the best scoring performance came from Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray who hit 30 goals in helping his side to promotion in 2012-13.

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