Eng. Championship 23/24
24 Clubs - Round 44/46
# Team Pld W D L Goals GF GA GD Last 5 matches Pts
1 Leicester City 43 29 4 10 81:39 81 39 42
2 Ipswich Town 43 26 11 6 85:53 85 53 32
3 Leeds United 43 26 9 8 76:34 76 34 42
4 Southampton 43 25 9 9 85:56 85 56 29
5 West Bromwich Albion 44 20 12 12 67:44 67 44 23
6 Norwich City 44 21 9 14 77:61 77 61 16
7 Hull City 43 18 12 13 62:54 62 54 8
8 Coventry City 42 17 12 13 66:52 66 52 14
9 Middlesbrough 43 18 9 16 61:56 61 56 5
10 Preston North End 44 18 9 17 56:61 56 61 -5
11 Cardiff City 44 19 5 20 50:61 50 61 -11
12 Bristol City 44 16 11 17 51:47 51 47 4
13 Sunderland 44 16 8 20 52:51 52 51 1
14 Swansea City 44 15 11 18 57:62 57 62 -5
15 Watford 44 12 17 15 59:58 59 58 1
16 Millwall 44 14 11 19 43:55 43 55 -12
17 Stoke City 44 13 11 20 44:60 44 60 -16
18 Queens Park Rangers 44 13 11 20 41:57 41 57 -16
19 Blackburn Rovers 44 13 10 21 58:74 58 74 -16
20 Plymouth Argyle 44 12 12 20 58:69 58 69 -11
21 Sheffield Wednesday 44 13 8 23 39:68 39 68 -29
22 Birmingham City 44 12 10 22 48:64 48 64 -16
23 Huddersfield Town 44 9 17 18 47:74 47 74 -27
24 Rotherham United 44 4 12 28 32:85 32 85 -53
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Our table at the very top of this page has all the information you need to get your EFL Championship betting started. So, what’s in the table as it stands, and how can you benefit from the data provided?

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    Team performances – Starting from left to right under the ‘Standings' tab, you'll find total matches played (Pld), wins (W), draws (D), and losses (L). These let you know how well a team is doing in terms of results.

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    Goal stats – Continuing on from the above, you'll then go on to total goals (GF), goals against (GA), and goal difference (GD). These indicate how strong (or weak) a team defensively or in attack.

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    Our magical touch, the form column – The column entitled ‘Last 5 matches' is good overview of current team forms, marking the most recent set of victories and losses.

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    Points – Finally, we come to the very last column on the left: the points tally (Pts). This straightforward and crucial metric determines the team's position on the league table, reflecting their overall performance in the season.

English Championship Fixtures

We know what you're thinking: stats are all well and good, but how should I begin planning my bets?

That's where the ‘Fixtures' tab in our above table comes in, giving you a full list of EFL Championship home and away matches by round along with the best UK betting sites for each, ranked according to quality of their odds.

At the top of the table, below the main tabs, you'll see the current round being displayed, for example, ‘Round 19 | 01 Dec – 03 Dec.' Use the surrounding navigation arrows (left and right) to view the matches scheduled across different dates.

The Player Stats tab lets you dive deeper into possible betting opportunities. Every Championship player is in our database, and with 22 betting markets to filter through, you’ll be more than equipped to place some well-informed bets!

You can also filter by player position (GK, DEF, MID, FWD), which is a great comparison tool for the ambitious punter.

Here’s a great example of how to use our stats featuring top goalscorers from the EFL Championship. A useful tip to keep in mind here is that teams with target men are likely to score even if their team loses, so betting on either a specific player to score or on both teams scoring could yield significant value.

PlayerClubStarts (subs)GoalsAssistsGoals + Assists
Jack ClarkeSunderland14(0)9110
Adam ArmstrongSouthampton14(0)8210
Jon RoweNorwich City14(0)718

Looking to place some sweet bet builders and accumulators?

Our table's ‘Team Stats' tab has everything you need. On the left, you'll find a drop-down menu displaying 25 markets, each with their own submarkets, providing you with all the latest data.

You can filter through all this information further using the adjacent drop-down section (which includes options such as Over 7.5, Over 8.5, and so on) and and the buttons provided to switch between viewing statistics for Total, Home, or Away matches.

If you select the “PER 90” checkbox in the top-right, it will display statistics to a per 90-minute basis, which is a common metric in football analytics to standardise player performance data. The available stats in the table for Starts (subs), goals, penalties (pens), shots, shots on target, and assists will be adjusted to reflect an average over the course of a full 90-minute match.

This allows for a fair comparison between players who may have played different total amounts of time, by showing what their productivity would be over a standard full game duration.

One thing worth highlighting in the Championship is the abundance of goals per 90 minutes – 15 teams have had over 1.5 goals in at least 75% of their matches so far. Talk about finding the diamond in the rough!

Combining these stats with others – such as Championship profit & loss stats – will help you create an even larger database of valuable knowledge when betting,

Since 2012, the average number of goals per game works out a total of 2.56 goals. As can be seen from the table below, the 2012/13 season featured the most goals, as well as the highest average per match.

SeasonMatches PlayedGoals ScoredAverage Goals per Game

In eight of the last 10 seasons, with Leeds and Burnley as the exceptions, the team that was promoted as champions did not have the best defensive record.

Norwich posted by far the worst defensive record for eventual champions, finishing with more goals conceded than 16th place Stoke, so don’t expect to see many EFL championship clean sheets from either team.

SeasonChampionsGoals AgainstAvg. per GameClean Sheets
2020/21Norwich City360.7818
2018/19Norwich City571.2413
2017/18Wolverhampton Wanderers390.8524
2016/17Newcastle United400.8719

Going with your gut just isn't enough anymore. You may pull a surprise win out of the bag once in a while, but if you’re looking to reach some consistency, stats could very well be your key to success! After all, numbers don't lie, and they’re not influenced by opinions and ideas either.

Here's how and why stats can help you as a punter.

They Empower Your Betting Knowledge

To be informed prior to your bet is a good thing. To let the bookie win isn't. To that end, there really is no better way to be informed than to brush up on the stats provided here that are free to use for everyone. Checking out our EFL Championship betting guide will also do you a world of good!

Bookies Rely on Stats

If it comes down to Punters vs Bookmakers (which, if we're being totally honest, it does), then you should be using stats to assist you, since that's precisely what bookies rely on to tweak the odds to ensure profit, no matter if you win your bet or not.

The bookmakers use all the historical data at their disposal to create the odds of each of the selections in their sportsbooks. Learn more about this in our comprehensive guide on betting odds.

Haven’t had your fill of brilliant football stats? You’re in luck – we’ve got heaps of stats pages just waiting to be explored, with each as in-depth as this one. Why not check them out here:

Stats are the Haaland of the betting world – turning something already great into something stellar! The EFL Championship stats page does just this, enhancing your betting experience by providing you with some highly sought-after, extra value.

Reading amassed a ludicrous 106 points in the 2005/06 season – reaching the top flight of English football for the first time in their history.

Since the founding of the EFL Championship (2004), Newcastle, Burnley, Norwich City, Wolves, Reading, and Sunderland have all been crowned champions twice. Since the formation of a second tier (1892), both Leicester and Manchester City have won 7 titles each.

George Camsell scored a record breaking 59 goals for Middlesbrough in the 1926/27 Football League Second Division campaign. More recently, Aleksandar Mitrović scored 43 in the EFL Championships for Fulham in 2021/22.

Rotherham United recorded an abysmal 26 points in the 2016/17 season, conceding 98 goals and picking up just 2 away points all season.

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