We look at the front-runners for promotion from the Championship, as well as the battle to be top goalscorer at the end of the season.
Leicester City are now the big even-money favourites to capture the Championship title this season after extending their winning run to four matches with a thumping success over Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park at the weekend.
The result, coupled with Ipswich Town's 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town, saw the Foxes build a two point gap at the summit of the league table as they continue to flex their muscle in the second tier after slipping through the Premier League trap door in May.
Whilst a 1-1 draw on the road at Huddersfield Town was far from a disaster for Ipswich, they have now drifted slightly to 5/1 in their bid to follow up last season's League One success with a second consecutive title-winning campaign.
Preston (40/1), Sunderland (25/1), Hull City (50/1) and Cardiff City (50/1) are clinging to the coattails of the two sides currently in the automatic promotion spots, although it's Leeds United and Southampton, sitting in mid-table who remain ahead of the aforementioned quartet in the betting market.
Leeds, beaten 3-1 by Southampton last time out, are priced up as the 7/1 third-favourites for the title, whilst the Saints, fresh from their resounding success, are available at 16/1.
Adam Armstrong made it three goals in his last two matches as his brace helped Southampton to a huge 3-1 success over Leeds United at the weekend, whilst his heroics helped propel him to the summit of the Championship top goalscorer list.
The prolific second-tier frontman has now netted seven times in his nine Championship appearances, and is priced at 7/2 to notch the league's top goalscorer gong, with Leeds' summer acquisition Joel Piroe priced as the second favourite at 7/1.
16/1 shot Jamie Vardy maintained his charge in Leicester City's 4-1 win at Huddersfield, scoring for a third time in four matches, and Sunderland's Jack Clarke, , continued his recent hot-streak, netting goals number six and seven of the season in the Black Cats' 3-0 triumph over Sheffield Wednesday.
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