Next seasons promotion odds

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Next seasons promotion odds

Postby NottinghamWhite » 29 May 2018, 07:55

Stoke 7/1
West Brom 8/1
Villa 8/1
Swansea 10/1
Boro 10/1
Derby 12/1
Brentford 14/1
Leeds 16/1
Wednesday 16/1
Norwich 20/1
Forest 20/1
Preston 25/1
Sheff U 25/1
Bristol 25/1
Wigan 25/1
Millwall 33/1
Brum 33/1
Blackburn 40/1
QPR 50/1
Hull 50/1
Rotherham 50/1
Ipswich 66/1
Reading 66/1
Bolton 100/1
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby ChilwellWhite » 29 May 2018, 08:40

Given our mid table obscurity over the last few seasons I would say those odds are a tad miserly.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby NottinghamWhite » 29 May 2018, 09:15

Brentford above us :wtf:
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby Selby White » 29 May 2018, 11:31

Think the odds for many clubs will change once the transfers are done.
Can see Villa having to sell a few or at least return their loan players.
Teams coming down should have a big advantage given the parachute payments so no surprise with their odds.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby Barlow Boy » 29 May 2018, 11:44

For us to get promotion by any means the odds are around the 7/1 mark, with relegation around 8/1.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby whitedancer » 29 May 2018, 13:15

Sneaky feeling for Birmingham next season 33/1 errmm.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby DominanceUK » 29 May 2018, 13:38

I always find that handicap betting gives you better value.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby rigger » 29 May 2018, 14:42

DominanceUK wrote:I always find that handicap betting gives you better value.


What exactly is that anyway ??


I only use L*****kes myself (other betting sites are available) and have had an account for a few years. I know you can get better odds elsewhere, but the site's great and I like their odds booster thing, which is perfect for me as I usually place one accumulator on the Friday ahead of a weekend of football and take it from there.

I know very little about betting other than using their site every week throughout the season.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby DominanceUK » 29 May 2018, 15:28

rigger wrote:
DominanceUK wrote:I always find that handicap betting gives you better value.


What exactly is that anyway ??


I only use L*****kes myself (other betting sites are available) and have had an account for a few years. I know you can get better odds elsewhere, but the site's great and I like their odds booster thing, which is perfect for me as I usually place one accumulator on the Friday ahead of a weekend of football and take it from there.

I know very little about betting other than using their site every week throughout the season.


At the beginning of each season, teams deemed the favourites for their respective league will start at 0 points or ''scratch'' as it's know in the bookies. The rest of the teams are then given ''x'' amount of points (all depending on their prices to gain promotion) to start the season with. For example, last season, Villa were started at scratch and Leeds had a 6 point start.
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Re: Next seasons promotion odds

Postby rigger » 29 May 2018, 15:41

.. er .. but how do you bet on that then ??

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