2022/23 EFL Championship Winner Odds: Who is the favourite?

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With the 2022/23 EFL Championship season just around the corner, we take a look at the odds for the outright market ahead of the new campaign.

Recently relegated Norwich City and Watford are expected to be immediate contenders given the quality of their relative squads, while Burnley face a major rebuild under new boss Vincent Kompany.

Sheffield United and Middlesbrough will be hoping to push on after challenging in the playoff race last time around, while West Brom have moved early to bring in Championship stars Jed Wallace and John Swift as they look to battle for promotion.

With the odds now readily available, here is a rundown of the favourites for the 2022/23 EFL Championship season.

2022/23 EFL Championship Winner Odds - Outright

The odds provided below represent the best value on the market that we could find. Odds correct as of June 2022.

  • Norwich City - 6/1
  • Watford - 7/1
  • West Brom - 10/1
  • Middlesbrough - 12/1
  • Sheffield United - 12/1
  • Burnley - 14/1
  • Stoke City - 25/1
  • Huddersfield - 25/1
  • Swansea City - 25/1
  • Cardiff City - 25/1
  • Sunderland - 25/1
  • QPR - 25/1
  • Blackburn Rovers - 28/1
  • Coventry City 33/1
  • Luton Town - 33/1
  • Millwall - 33/1
  • Hull City - 40/1
  • Preston North End - 50/1
  • Wigan Athletic - 66/1
  • Bristol City 66/1
  • Blackpool 66/1
  • Birmingham City - 80/1
  • Reading - 100/1
  • Rotherham United - 100/1

Norwich City have been priced up as the early favourites for the 2022/23 EFL Championship title with a best price of 6/1, closely followed by Rob Edwards' Watford at 7/1.

West Brom are fancied over Middlesbrough and Sheffield United, while smart early moves have seen Stoke City cut to 25/1. Burnley's price of 14/1 indicates that they have plenty of work to do this summer if they're to challenge at the top.

At the other end of the table, a disastrous summer sees Reading priced up as joint-favourites for relegation alongside Rotherham, while Birmingham and Blackpool could also be in trouble.