Burnley 8/1 for the title

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Burnley go into this week’s international break sitting top of the pile, two points ahead of second placed Leicester City, following two consecutive draws.

Leading odds comparison site Oddschecker.com can reveal that the Claret’s odds of being crowned champions are now the shortest they have been all season, on offer at 6/1 with Ladbrokes.

QPR are still the favourites to secure the title, despite winning just one of their last five league games and Harry Redknapp’s men are on available at 5/4 with bet365.

Burnley have seen their odds of winning the league shorten significantly this season. Having been as long as 80/1 before the campaign began, they are now as short as 6/1 with Ladbrokes to come out top of the table at the end of the season, however, they are best priced at 8/1 with Unibet.

Best priced title winning odds courtesy of Oddschecker.com:

QPR – 5/4

Leicester – 9/2

Burnley – 8/1

Nottingham Forest – 11/1

Watford – 14/1

Reading – 20/1

Wigan – 25/1

Brighton – 50/1

Blackpool – 66/1

Following a mixed run of results in recent weeks, Burnley’s odds of promotion have also shortened. Eight weeks ago, Sean Dyche’s men were available at 5/1 for promotion, however having taken 24 points from a possible 30, they are now on offer at 9/4 with BetVictor to make a return to the top flight, however they are as short as 15/8 with William Hill.

Best priced promotion odds

QPR – 4/9

Leicester – 6/5

Burnley – 9/4

Nottingham Forest – 3/1

Watford – 7/2

Reading – 7/2

Blackpool – 10/1

If you’re looking to back goal scorers, both Danny Ings and Sam Vokes are amongst the favourites to find the net the most times this season. Ings is on offer at 9/1 with Coral, whilst Vokes is best priced at 18/1 with bet365. Jordan Rhodes is odds on favourite to score the most goals in the Championship this season, best priced at 3/1 with Sky Bet.

Down at the foot of the table, things are starting to look bleak for newly promoted Yeovil, having won just one of their last ten games in the league. They are favourites to go down, best priced at 4/11 with bet365. Barnsley, who have also won just one of their last ten, are on offer at 11/13 with bwin to go down to League One, making them second favourites for relegation this season.

Best priced relegation odds

Yeovil – 4/11

Barnsley – 11/13

Doncaster – 13/8

Sheffield Wednesday – 5/2

Birmingham – 11/4

Much to the Burnley faithful’s delight, Jay Rodriguez got his first England call up this week and will hope to make his first international appearance tomorrow night when Chile are the visitors to Wembley. The former Burnley man has been in sparkling form for Southampton this season and is on offer at 9/1 to open the scoring, but if you fancy him to find the net any time during the game, he is best priced at 10/3 with William Hill to do so. If punters fancy him to take his first international game by storm, he is available at 10/1 with Ladbrokes to be named man of the match.