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    Championship relegation odds are revealed

    The Championship relegation odds are revealed with the 2019/20 season set to finally restart once again from the 20th of June.

    108 fixtures of the regular season are still to be played and the fight to remain in the second tier of English football is said to be as tense and fierce as ever before.

    Every team in the division has played at total of 37 matches, and there are just 7 points separating the team sat bottom of the table and three teams just outside the relegation zone.

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    The relegation odds are correct as of Thursday the 10th of June, 10 days before the season is set to resume.

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    LUTON – 1/8

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 1/8 for Luton Town to be relegated to League One. The Hatters currently sit 23rd in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Nathan Jones’s side are as follows: Preston (H), Swansea (A), Leeds (A), Reading (H), Barnsley (H), Huddersfield (A), QPR (H), Hull (A) and Blackburn (H).

    BARNSLEY – 1/5

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 1/5 for Barnsley to be relegated to League One. The Tykes currently sit 24th in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Gerhard Struber’s side are as follows: QPR (A), Millwall (H), Blackburn (H), Stoke (A), Luton (A), Wigan (H), Leeds (A), Barnsley (H) and Brentford (A).

    CHARLTON – 8/13

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 8/13 for Charlton Athletic to be relegated to League One. The Addicks currently sit 22nd in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Lee Bowyer’s side are as follows: Hull (A), QPR (H), Cardiff (A), Millwall (H), Brentford (A), Reading (H), Birmingham (A), Wigan (H) and Leeds (A).

    HULL – 7/4

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 7/4 for Hull City to be relegated to League One. The Tigers currently sit 21st in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    Hull City’s odds to be relegated have widened slightly since the lockdown, according to Hull Daily Mail.

    The remaining fixtures for Grant McCann’s side are as follows: Charlton (H), Birmingham (A), Middlesbrough (H), West Brom (A), Bristol City (A), Millwall (H), Wigan (A), Luton (H) and Cardiff (A).

    WIGAN – 5/1

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 5/1 for Wigan Athletic to be relegated to League One. The Latics currently sit 20th in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Paul Cook’s side are as follows: Huddersfield (A), Blackburn (H), Stoke (H), Brentford (A), QPR (H), Barnsley (A), Hull (H), Charlton (A) and Fulham (H).

    MIDDLESBROUGH – 7/1

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 7/1 for Middlesbrough to be relegated to League One. Boro currently sit 19th in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Jonathan Woodgate’s side are as follows: Swansea (H), Stoke (A), Hull (A), QPR (H), Millwall (A), Bristol City (H), Reading (A), Cardiff (H), Sheffield Wednesday (A).

    HUDDERSFIELD – 9/1

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 9/1 for Huddersfield Town to be relegated to League One. The Terriers currently sit 18th in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Danny Cowley’s side are as follows: Wigan (H), Nottingham Forest (A), Birmingham (A), Preston (H), Reading (A), Luton (H), Sheffield Wednesday (A), West Brom (H) and Millwall (A).

    STOKE – 16/1

    Sky Bet are offering odds of 16/1 for Stoke City to be relegated to League One. The Potters currently sit 17th in the Championship table, six points from safety with nine games left to play.

    The remaining fixtures for Michael O’Neill’s side are as follows: Reading (A), Middlesbrough (H), Wigan (A), Barnsley (H), Leeds (A), Birmingham (H), Bristol City (A), Brentford (H) and Nottingham Forest (A).

    So, you’ve seen the bottom half of the table, the Championship relegation odds are revealed and the remaining fixtures has been listed.

    Base on that, who do you see avoiding the drop? Let us know by commenting on our Football League Fan Banter Facebook page by clicking HERE.

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