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Simon Gott 2nd Aug 2013 - 11:52

William Hill Football League Latest Odds

 

QPR are the favourites to win this year's Championship after their relegation last season, with new signing Charlie Austin's odds slashed from 14/1 to 9/1 to top the division's scoring charts.

In League One, Wolves are the 7/2 clear favourites to win the league and 11/10 to be promoted via any method from the division. The biggest bet so far in the division has been an £800 wager on Peterborough at 9/1 to win the league and they find themselves behind just Wolves and 15/2 Brentford for the top spot.

At the bottom of the table, Shrewsbury and Colchester are expected to struggle and are both 13/8 for the drop with Oldham and Stevenage just behind at 7/4.

Portsmouth are the 9/2 favourites to win League Two this season, although it is 11/2 second favourites, Fleetwood, who have drawn much of the punters' attentions. Having originally been offered at 8/1 to win the league, Fleetwood have been the subject of a number of large bets, the biggest of which was £2800 at 8/1.

At the other end of the table, it looks as though it will be a long hard season for Morecambe, Accrington Stanley and Dagenham & Redbridge who are 10/3, 4/1 and 4/1 respectively to face the drop.

"The start of the season is upon us already and we cannot wait for it to get underway," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Odds:

Championship outright: 6/1 QPR; 9/1 Reading; 9/1 Bolton; 10/1 Watford; 11/1 Nottingham; 12/1 Wigan; 14/1 Leicester;16/1 Blackburn; 16/1 Brighton; 16/1 Leeds; 20/1 Bournemouth; 20/1 Ipswich; 33/1 Derby; 33/1 Middlesbrough; 40/1 Birmingham; 40/1 Charlton; 66/1 Sheffield Wednesday 80/1 Blackpool; 80/1 Burnley; 80/1 Millwall; 100/1 Doncaster; 100/1 Huddersfield; 150/1 Barnsley; 250/1 Yeovil

Championship promotion: 13/8 QPR; 5/2 Reading; 3/1 Bolton; 3/1 Watford; 10/3 Leicester; 7/2 Nottingham Forest; 4/1 Brighton; 4/1 Wigan; 9/2 Blackburn; 9/2 Leeds; 5/1 Bournemouth; 7/1 Derby; 7/1 Ipswich; 10/1 Birmingham 10/1 Middlesbrough; 12/1 Burnley; 14/1 Blackpool; 14/1 Charlton; 14/1 Sheffield Wednesday; 16/1 Huddersfield; 25/1 Barnsley; 25/1 Doncaster; 25/1 Millwall; 33/1 Yeovil

Championship relegation: 10/11 Yeovil; 6/4 Doncaster; 5/2 Barnsley; 5/2 Millwall; 3/1 Blackpool; 3/1 Huddersfield; 9/2 Burnley; 11/2 Sheffield Wednesday; 6/1 Birmingham; 6/1 Charlton; 9/1 Middlesbrough; 10/1 Derby; 10/1 Ipswich; 12/1 Bournemouth; 14/1 Blackburn; 14/1 Brighton; 14/1 Leeds; 20/1 Watford; 25/1 Wigan; 28/1 QPR; 33/1 Nottingham Forest; 40/1 Bolton; 40/1 Leicester; 40/1 Reading

Championship Top goalscorer: 6/1 Jordan Rhodes (Blackburn); 9/1 Charlie Austin (QPR); 12/1 Adam Le Fondre (Reading); 12/1 Chris Wood (Leicester); 12/1 Jose Ulloa (Brighton); 14/1 Grant Holt (Wigan); 16/1 Carlos Acuna (Watford); 20/1 Bobby Zamora (QPR); 20/1 Jermaine Beckford (Bolton); 20/1 Loic Remy (QPR); 20/1 Pavel Porebnyak (Reading); 25/1 David Nugent (Leicester); 25/1 Jonny Russell (Derby); 25/1 Troy Deeney (Watford); 33/1 Andrew Johnson (QPR); 33/1 Brett Pitman (Bournemouth); 33/1 Craig Mackail-Smith (Brighton); 33/1 David N'Gog (Bolton); 33/1 Dudley Cambell (Blackburn); 33/1 Marc-Antoine Fortune (Wigan); 33/1 Marlon King (Birmingham); 33/1 Thomas Ince (Blackpool); 40/1 BAR

League One outright: 7/2 Wolves; 15/2 Brentford; 9/1 Peterborough; 9/1 Sheffield United; 10/1 Bristol City; 14/1 MK Dons; 14/1 Preston; 20/1 Notts County; 25/1 Bradford; 25/1 Rotherham; 33/1 Gillingham; 33/1 Swindon; 40/1 Coventry; 40/1 Leyton Orient; 40/1 Tranmere; 50/1 Crawley; 50/1 Crewe; 50/1 Oldham; 66/1 Port Vale; 66/1 Stevenage; 80/1 Carlisle; 80/1 Walsall; 100/1 Colchester; 100/1 Shrewsbury

League One promotion: 11/10 Wolves; 5/2 Peterborough; 13/5 Brentford; 3/1 Bristol City; 3/1 Sheffield United; 4/1 MK Dons; 9/2 Preston; 11/2 Rotherham; 7/1 Coventry; 8/1 Bradford; 8/1 Gillingham; 8/1 Swindon; 9/1 Notts County; 10/1 Wallsall; 12/1 Crawley; 12/1 Crewe; 12/1 Leyton Orient; 12/1 Port Vale; 12/1 Port Vale; 14/1 Tranmere; 16/1 Carlisle; 16/1 Oldham; 16/1 Stevenage; 20/1 Colchester; 20/1 Shrewsbury

League One relegation: 13/8 Colchester; 13/8 Shrewsbury; 7/4 Oldham; 7/4 Stevenage; 2/1 Carlisle; 3/1 Tanmere; 3/1 Walsall; 4/1 Crawley; 4/1 Crewe; 4/1 Leyton Orient; 4/1 Port Vale; 9/2 Gillingham; 9/2 Swindon; 6/1 Notts County; 13/2 Bradford; 9/1 Rotherham; 14/1 Preston; 16/1 Sheffield United; 20/1 MK Dons; 25/1 Brentford; 25/1 Bristol City; 33/1 Peterborough; 66/1 Wolves

League Two Outright: 9/2 Portsmouth, 11/2 Fleetwood, 6/1 Chesterfield, 14/1 Bristol Rovers, 16/1 Scunthorpe, 18/1 Oxford; 20/1 Cheltenham, 22/1 Hartlepool, 22/1 Northampton, 25/1 Burton, 25/1 Mansfield, 25/1 Rochdale, 25/1 Southend, 33/1 Plymouth; 40/1 Exeter, 40/1 Wycombe, 50/1 Newport, 66/1 Torquay, 80/1 Wimbledon, 100/1 Accrington, 100/1 Dag & Red, 100/1 Morecambe.

League Two Promotion:  5/6 Portsmouth, 11/8 Fleetwood, 7/4 Chesterfield, 5/2 Bristol Rovers, 3/1 Scunthorpe, 4/1 Oxford, 4/1 Cheltenham, 4/1 Mansfield, 5/1 Burton, 5/1 Hartlepool, 5/1 Northampton, 5/1 Rochdale, 6/1 Exeter, 6/1 Plymouth, 6/1 Wycombe, 6/1 York, 7/1 Bury, 7/1 Southend, 8/1 Newport, 12/1 Torquay, 12/1 Wimbledon, 20/1 Accrington, 20/1 Dag and Red, 20/1 Morecambe.

League Two Relegation: 10/3 Morecambe, 4/1 Accrington, 4/1 Dag and Red, 5/1 Wimbledon, 11/2 Newport, 6/1 Torquay, 7/1 Bury, 9/1 Plymouth, 9/1 Wycombe, 9/1 York, 12/1 Exeter, 14/1 Burton, 14/1 Hartlepool, 14/1 Mansfield, 14/1 Rochdale, 14/1 Southend, 16/1 Oxford, 20/1 Cheltenham, 25/1 Bristol Rovers, 25/1 Northampton, 25/1 Scunthorpe, 40/1 Chesterfield, 50/1 Fleetwood, 50/1 Portsmouth.

League Two Top  Goalscorer: 14/1 David Connolly (Portsmouth);, 14/1 Tom Craddock (Portsmouth), 16/1 Deon Burton (Scunthorpe), 16/1 Eoin Doyle (Chesterfield), 16/1 Jamie Cureton (Cheltenham), 16/1 Marc Richards (Chesterfield) , 16/1 Rene Howe (Burton Albion), 18/1 Matt Harrold (Bristol Rovers), 20/1 Billy Kee (Burton), 20/1 Dave Kitson (Oxford United), 20/1 James Constable (Oxford), 20/1 Jamille Matt (Fleetwood), 20/1 Patrick Agyemang (Portsmouth), 22/1 Jon Parkin (Fleetwood), 25/1 Jack Midson (Wimbledon), 25/1 Ryan Bowman (York), 33/1 Aaron O'Connor (Newport), 33/1 Alex Nicholls (Northampton), 33/1 Armand Gnanduillet (Chesterfield), 33/1 Ashley Grimes (Bury), 33/1 Ashley Harris (Portsmouth), 33/1 Barry Corr (Southend), 33/1 Francis Jeffers (Accrington), 40/1 BAR

 

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