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2021/22 EFL Championship Winner Odds

Track the development of the EFL Championship winner odds with our historical trend data. Get the latest odds and see who the bookies rank as favourites to win the title and promotion to the Premier League in the 2021/22 season.

Our 2021/22 English Football League (EFL) Championship winner odds page offers the latest odds and a detailed odds history, showing how prices on the bookmakers’ favourite teams have fluctuated throughout the season.

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EFL Championship 2021/22 Winner – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 18th April – Bournemouth’s odds of claiming the Championship title are boosted slightly as they open up the gap between them and Forest. The Cherries beat Coventry 3-0 away from home, while the Reds lose 1-0 to Luton. Fulham remain in pole position, however, with the Cottagers just one win away from securing promotion back to the Premier League.
  • 5th April – Fulham maintain their eight point gap at the top of the table, beating west London rivals, QPR, 2-0 at Loftus Road. Bournemouth keep the pressure on the Cottagers by beating Bristol City 3-2.
  • 21st March – Bournemouth’s win over Huddersfield and Fulham’s shock loss to West Brom sees the Cherries close the gap at the top to eight points with a game in hand over the Cottagers.
  • 14th March – Fulham are held to a frustrating 1-1 draw by relegation-threatened Barnsley, but the Cottagers remain at the top of table with an 11-point lead. Bournemouth retake second spot following a draw against Peterborough and a win over Derby County, while there is a late play-off push from Nottingham Forest who beat Reading 4-0 at the City Ground.
  • 7th March – Huddersfield move into second place after they beat Peterborough 3-0 and Bournemouth lose 2-1 to Preston. Fulham win yet again to extend their lead at the top of the table to 14 points.
  • 14th February – Fulham’s seemingly unstoppable march to the title continues as they record wins over Millwall and Hull. Bournemouth beat Birmingham City and Luton Town, but it’s not enough to reduce the six-point gap between first and second.
  • 1st February – Bournemouth beat a beleaguered Barnsley 1-0 despite going down to 10 men in the closing stages, while Fulham are held to a 1-1 draw against Blackpool.
  • 25th January – Fulham score six goals or more in a game for the third time in a row, beating Birmingham 6-2 to be the first team to score six-plus goals in the second tier since 1954 when Everton achieved the feat. Bournemouth lose again, this time to Hull, while Blackburn’s 1-0 win over Middlesbrough sends them back into second place.
  • 18th January – Bournemouth lose in dramatic style against Luton, a result which sees their odds of claiming the Championship title plummet. Fulham trounce Reading 7-0 and Bristol City 6-2.
  • 4th January – Bournemouth beat Cardiff 3-0 to boost their hopes of claiming the Championship title, while Fulham don’t play a single game over the Christmas period.
  • 30th December – Bournemouth bounce back with a 1-0 away win against play-off chasing QPR.
  • 21st December – Both Bournemouth and Fulham suffer 1-0 losses, which means their odds of winning the Championship title lengthen slightly.
  • 14th December – Fulham’s domination of the league continues as Bournemouth lose to Blackburn Rovers.
  • 7th December – Fulham and Bournemouth hold each other to a 1-1 stalemate in a clash between first and second. But despite West Brom’s 2-1 win over Coventry, there is still a six-point gap between the automatic promotion and play-off places.
  • 30th November – A 1-1 draw with midtable Preston is enough to lengthen Fulham’s odds of claiming the Championship title, but they still remain twice as likely to finish the season as champions as their nearest rival Bournemouth.
  • 23rd November – Fulham’s 4-1 win over Barnsley and Bournemouth’s shock 3-2 loss to the wayward Derby County sees the Cottagers’ pull away significantly from their south coast title rivals. West Brom’s slide away from a title challenge increases as a 1-0 loss away to Huddersfield Town leaves the Baggies 9 points adrift of first place.
  • 8th November – Fulham overtake Bournemouth as the favourites to take the Championship title following back-to-back wins that include a 7-0 away drubbing against Blackburn.
  • 2nd November – Fulham thump fellow promotion hopefuls, West Brom, 3-0 while Bournemouth beat Reading 2-0. They remain at the top of the table and as the prime favourites to claim the title come the end of the season.
  • 26th October – Bournemouth surge into the lead as favourites to take the title as their unbeaten run extends to 10 games. Fulham’s odds improve slightly after beating Nottingham Forest, while West Brom slide into third-favourite despite beating Bristol City 3-0.
  • 18th October – Fulham and West Brom remain as joint-favourites after their wins against QPR and Birmingham, respectively. Bournemouth’s purple patch continues as they beat Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
  • 4th October – West Brom and Fulham remain neck and neck following their losses to Stoke and Coventry, respectively. Bournemouth’s odds of claiming the Championship title improve slightly after they beat Sheffield United 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium, while Stoke’s 1-0 home with against the Baggies means their odds also shorten.
  • 27th September – Fulham’s poor run of form continues as they draw at home to Bristol City. West Brom close the gap on Fulham to an implied probability of just 1.69% following their 2-1 win over QPR. Bournemouth move away from the remaining 21 sides as they beat Luton 2-1.
  • 20th September – Despite Fulham’s shock losses to both Birmingham and Reading, their odds continue to rise. West Brom, however, see their odds fall by 5.31% following back to back draws against Derby and Preston. Bournemouth close the gap on the Baggies after beating both QPR and Cardiff.
  • 13th September – Fulham’s shock 1-0 loss to newly promoted Blackpool means their lead drops by 3.78%, while West Brom’s 1-1 home draw against Millwall sees them gradually close the gap on their west London promotion rivals.  
  • 31st August – West Brom’s last-gasp win away to newly-promoted Peterborough means their odds decrease for the first time since the start of the season, from 27.39% to 27%. Fulham’s commanding 3-0 victory against high-flying Stoke sees their odds of claiming the title rise from 33.63% to 40.26%.
  • 24th August – Fulham and West Brom assert themselves as clear favourites for the Championship title following back-to-back victories for both sides. Sheffield United’s midweek 4-0 trouncing at the hands of West Brom means their odds plummet by 6.96%, while Stoke’s 10-point haul from a possible 12 sees their odds of second-tier glory improve.
  • 17th August – After taking four points from their opening two games, Fulham and West Brom pull away as the outright favourites. Bournemouth’s promising start sees their odds climb slightly, while Sheffield United’s goalless start to the sees them drop into fourth-favourite.
  • 5th August – Bookies place the recently relegated sides from the Premier League, Fulham, West Brom and Sheffield United, as the pre-season favourites to win the division.

About the data

We monitor trends in odds on key markets of interest by tracking a range of UK and international bookmakers. The update frequency varies, but is clearly shown on all our tables and charts. After fetching odds direct from bookies, we convert them to implied probability to make them easier to manage (read more on implied probability and converting from fractional to % probability). We then take the mean average implied probability to get a consensus view across the betting industry. This average implied probability is what we show on our charts and tables.

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Previous Championship Winners and Other Promoted Teams:

Year Championship Winner Championship Promoted Teams
Norwich City Watford and Brentford
Leeds United West Brom and Fulham
Norwich City Sheffield Utd and Aston Villa
Wolves Cardiff City and Fulham
Newcastle Brighton and Huddersfield Town
Burnley Middlesbrough and Hull City
Bournemouth Watford and Norwich City