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.
Ipswich Town are into 4/1 to be crowned Championship title winners after extending their winning run to four matches with a dramatic victory over Blackburn Rovers at the weekend.
The Tractor Boys edged out Rovers in a seven-goal thriller having been pegged back to 3-3 after establishing a 3-1 lead at the half-time interval, and are now second in the betting to lift the league title behind favourites Leicester City.
Ipswich and Leicester, who are 5/4 on the back of their 1-0 win over Bristol City, are locked on 21 points from their eight matches, but the Foxes currently hold top spot courtesy of their better goal difference.
Leeds United are unbeaten in five after their indifferent start and are priced at 5/1, whilst Preston North End, who remain the only side unbeaten after eight games, are 28/1 to end the 2023/24 campaign in top spot.
Others at the top end of the betting include freefalling Southampton, who are out to 20/1 having now lost four games in succession, and Norwich City (25/1).
Joel Piroe remains the 6/1 favourite to end the 2023/24 campaign as the leading Championship goalscorer, but it's Plymouth Argyle frontman, and 25/1 chance, Ryan Hardie who currently sits at the top of the goalscoring charts.
The Pilgrims star has bagged five times already this season, including one in their reverse against table-topping Preston North End recently - with no other player surpassing his current tally.
Leeds United's Piroe has netted fourtimes, just one goal shy of a plethora of players on five, including Blackburn Rovers' Sammie Szmodics, Southampton's Adam Armstrong (8/1), Coventry City Matt Godden and Sunderland's Jack Clarke.
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