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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

Norwich 7/2 Derby 7/2
Nottingham Forest 13/2 Middlesbrough 10/1
Watford 10/1 Wolves 12/1
Ipswich 20/1 Cardiff 22/1
Blackburn 25/1 Sheff Wed 28/1
Reading 33/1 Bournemouth 33/1
Charlton 33/1 Wigan 33/1
Brighton 40/1 Brentford 66/1
Fulham 66/1 Leeds 66/1
Millwall 150/1 Bolton 150/1
Birmingham 150/1 Rotherham 150/1
Huddersfield 300/1 Blackpool 1000/1

Championship Promotion 14/15 - Promotion

Norwich 11/10 Derby 11/10
Nottingham Forest 9/4 Middlesbrough 5/2
Watford 11/4 Wolves 100/30
Ipswich 11/2 Cardiff 13/2
Blackburn 13/2 Bournemouth 8/1
Reading 8/1 Sheff Wed 9/1
Brighton 10/1 Charlton 10/1
Wigan 10/1 Fulham 18/1
Brentford 18/1 Leeds 20/1
Birmingham 40/1 Bolton 40/1
Millwall 40/1 Rotherham 40/1
Huddersfield 66/1 Blackpool 300/1

Championship Relegation 14/15 - Relegation

Blackpool 1/6 Huddersfield 7/4
Birmingham 9/4 Bolton 5/2
Rotherham 5/2 Millwall 7/2
Leeds 5/1 Fulham 11/2
Brentford 8/1 Wigan 12/1
Brighton 14/1 Reading 16/1
Charlton 16/1 Bournemouth 18/1
Sheffield Wednesday 18/1 Cardiff 20/1
Ipswich 25/1 Blackburn 40/1
Wolves 100/1 Middlesbrough 100/1
Watford 100/1 Nottingham Forest 200/1
Derby 250/1 Norwich 250/1

Championship To Stay Up 14/15 - To Stay Up

Brentford 1/16 Fulham 1/9
Leeds 1/8 Millwall 1/5
Bolton 30/100 Rotherham 1/3
Birmingham 4/11 Huddersfield 4/9
Blackpool 4/1

Sky Bet Championship Odds

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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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