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Championship Promotion Odds: Foxes remain the favourites despite losing top spot

The top teams have eight to 10 games left in the campaign but there is all to play for with only two points covering the leading trio.

Leicester were the long-term leaders but they have given way to Leeds, who have reached the summit after winning 12 of their last 13 league games.

2023/24 Championship Promotion Odds

Odds courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change.











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Leeds lead the way after stunning start to 2024

Leeds got their promotion push off to a fairly slow start but they have moved through the gears in recent months and have hit the front with less than six weeks of the 46-game season left to play.

Daniel Farke’s side have registered victories in 12 of their last 13 league fixtures, including a high profile 3-1 triumph over Leicester when they came from behind to take the points at Elland Road.

The Yorkshire giants, who are 1/7 to go up, remain unbeaten on home soil and are getting it right at both ends.

Going into the March international break Leeds had scored in 17 consecutive fixtures and had kept clean sheets in eight of their last 10 league games.

Foxes in the hunt despite slipping from the summit

Leicester remain in contention for a Premier League return but they have a battle on their hands after losing their grip on first place.

The Foxes held a 12-point lead after 32 games but their dominant position disappeared with three successive league defeats.

They relinquished top spot just before the March internationals but have a game in hand on leaders Leeds, who are above them on goal difference.

Enzo Maresca’s side are just 1/16 to be successful in their promotion quest.

Tractor Boys have turned up the heat

Ipswich went through a sticky patch in midwinter - winning only one of nine league games - but they have been back in the groove in recent times and are right in the thick of the promotion battle.

Kieran McKenna’s side went on a six-game winning streak from mid-February to early March and are still hoping to go up without the need of an extended season.

Saints have ground to make up

Southampton have ground to make up on the leading trio but they haven’t quite given up on the automatic promotion race.

They were unbeaten in 22 league games between late-September and mid-February and will need to go on another run to apply some pressure on the teams above them.

Russell Martin’s side approach the Easter period nine points outside of the top two but they have two games in hand on Leeds and Ipswich.

Play-off battle becoming clearer

West Brom continue to exert a grip on fifth place and appear on course for a playoff place.

The Baggies are 7/1 to go up while sixth-placed Norwich are a 14/1 chance despite winning five of seven games before the March break.

Hull and Coventry are the best placed of the teams hoping to force their way into the top six and are quoted at 16/1 and 14/1 to go up.