The Championship remains one of the most difficult leagues to call, which is why it is also one of the most entertaining leagues in the world.

For yet another season, there will be a whole host of clubs determined to secure their spot in the Premier League, but who exactly is looking good to join English football’s elite?

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Signings are being made, squads are shaping up and season tickets are being purchased – but which clubs are going to be in the mix this time around?

The Championship rarely disappoints, and this time, it is tighter to call than it ever has ever been before.

It is a division where the cream always rises, so who will be stirring the pot as of next Saturday?

You can usually count on at least one relegated Premier League club to bounce back at its first attempt.

Burnley have made big changes. Vincent Kompany’s first assignment as a manager back in English football is to help Burnley return back to where they came from: the Premier League.

The Clarets can be backed at 11/1 (12.00) to win it while Watford, who got relegated alongside Burnley, are 8/1 (9.00) to do it.

Norwich City knows what it takes to win the Championship – even if it hasn’t quite managed to do it yet.

Under Dean Smith, Norwich is a 7/1 (8.00) bet.

Will one of the non-relegated teams become the champion?

West Brom has had a very good summer in the transfer market – adding Jed Wallace from Millwall and Reading’s free scoring midfielder John Swift.

There’s plenty of talk about Albion, and you can still back them at 10/1 (11.00).

Will this be the year Middlesbrough do it? They are on offer at 11/1 (12.00) to win the league, with Chris Wilder’s old club Sheffield United a tempting 13/1 (13.00).

If you fancy a rank outsider this year, we make Blackburn and QPR 26/1 (27.00) to secure the title.

Stoke City and Sunderland, promoted from League One in May, have had good summers and they are slightly shorter odds at 21/1 (22.00).

LV BET make Rotherham the huge underdogs at 100/1 (101.00).

The start of the Championship is only a matter of days, so buckle your seatbelts and get ready for the bumpy ride!

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