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Chelsea favourites for Premier League title, Liverpool behind Manchester United, Arsenal and Man City in the running

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By Pete Wilson

17 June 2010

With the release of the fixture list for 2010, bookmakers William Hill have made Chelsea the favourites for the Premier League title, with QPR favourites for the Championship. Southampton favourites for League One, Gilligham favourites for League Two.

The full odds from Hills for 2010-11:

PREMIER LEAGUE
Win:
13/8 Chelsea, 2/1 Man Utd, 6/1 Man City, 6/1 Arsenal, 12/1 Liverpool, 25/1 Tottenham, 150/1 Everton, 250/1 Aston Villa, 750/1 Fulham, 1000/1 West Ham, 1000/1 Sunderland, 1000/1 Newcastle, 2000/1 Blackburn, 2000/1 Birmingham, 2500/1 Stoke, 2500/1 Wigan, 2500/1 Bolton, 2500/1 Wolves, 2500/1 West Brom, 10,000/1 Blackpool.

Relegation: 3/10 Blackpool, Evens West Brom, 2/1 Wigan, 2/1 Wolves, 11/4 Newcastle, 3/1 Bolton, 9/2 West Ham, 5/1 Stoke, 11/2 Birmingham, 7/1 Blackburn, 10/1 Fulham, 10/1 Sunderland, 50/1 Aston Villa, 66/1 Everton, 150/1 Tottenham, 200/1 Liverpool, 500/1 Man City, 500/1 Arsenal, 2000/1 Chelsea, 2000/1 Man Utd.

CHAMPIONSHIP
Win: 8/1 QPR, 9/1 Reading, 10/1 Nottingham Forest, 10/1 Cardiff, 10/1 Burnley, 10/1 Middlesboro, 12/1 Ipswich, 12/1 Leicester, 14/1 Swansea, 16/1 Bristol City, 16/1 Hull, 16/1 Norwich, 16/1 Portsmouth, 16/1 Sheff Utd, 16/1 Leeds, 25/1 Derby, 40/1 Millwall, 40/1 Preston, 40/1 Coventry, 50/1 Watford, 50/1 Doncaster, 50/1 Barnsley, 66/1 Crystal Palace, 80/1 Scunthorpe.

Promotion: 11/4 QPR, 11/4 Burnley, 7/2 Cardiff, 7/2 Reading, 7/2 Middlesboro, 7/2 Nottingham Forest, 4/1 Ipswich, 4/1 Leicester, 9/2 Swansea, 6/1 Bristol City, 6/1 Hull, 6/1 Portsmouth, 6/1 Leeds, 6/1 Sheff Utd, 8/1 Norwich, 10/1 Derby, 12/1 Coventry, 12/1 Preston, 14/1 Doncaster, 14/1 Millwall, 16/1 Barnsley, 20/1 Watford, 20/1 Crystal Palace, 33/1 Scunthorpe.

Relegation: 15/8 Scunthorpe, 2/1 Crystal Palace, 7/2 Watford, 7/2 Doncaster, 7/2 Barnsley, 4/1 Millwall, 4/1 Preston, 4/1 Coventry, 5/1 Derby, 9/1 Norwich, 9/1 Sheff Utd, 9/1 Leeds, 9/1 Portsmouth, 9/1 Hull, 9/1 Bristol City, 9/1 Swansea, 11/1 Leicester, 11/1 Ipswich, 14/1 Nottm Forest, 14/1 Middlesboro, 14/1 Cardiff, 14/1 Burnley, 16/1 Reading, 20/1 QPR.

LEAGUE ONE
Win: 5/2 Southampton, 13/2 Sheffield Weds, 8/1 Charlton, 8/1 Huddersfield, 10/1 Brighton, 14/1 Peterborough, 14/1 Swindon, 16/1 Notts County, 16/1 Plymouth, 20/1 Brentford, 20/1 Colchester, 20/1 MK Dons, 25/1 Bristol Rovers, 40/1 Carlisle, 66/1 Bournemouth, 66/1 Oldham, 66/1 Rochdale, 80/1 Walsall, 80/1 Leyton Orient, 80/1 Tranmere, 100/1 Exeter, 100/1 Hartlepool, 100/1 Yeovil, 125/1 Dagenham & Redbridge.
Promotion: 4/6 Southampton, 2/1 Sheff Wed, 11/4 Charlton, 11/4 Huddersfield, 7/2 Brighton, 4/1 Peterborough, 4/1 Swindon, 9/2 Notts County, 9/2 Plymouth, 13/2 Brentford, 13/2 Colchester, 13/2 MK Dons, 8/1 Bristol Rovers, 11/1 Carlisle, 16/1 Bournemouth, 16/1 Oldham, 16/1 Rochdale, 25/1 Leyton Orient, 25/1 Tranmere, 25/1 Walsall, 33/1 Exeter, 33/1 Hartlepool, 33/1 Yeovil, 40/1 Dagenham & Redbridge.

LEAGUE TWO
Win: 10/1 Gillingham, 11/1 Bradford, 12/1 Bury, 12/1 Chesterfield, 12/1 Northampton, 12/1 Oxford, 12/1 Rotherham, 12/1 Stevenage, 12/1 Wycombe, 14/1 Southend, 14/1 Port Vale, 16/1 Aldershot, 16/1 Morecambe, 20/1 Burton, 20/1 Crewe, 20/1 Shrewsbury, 25/1 Accrington, 25/1 Torquay, 33/1 Lincoln, 40/1 Hereford, 50/1 Stockport, 50/1 Barnet, 50/1 Cheltenham, 50/1 Macclesfield.

Promotion: 5/2 Gillingham, 11/4 Rotherham, 11/4 Wycombe, 3/1 Bradford, 3/1 Bury, 3/1 Chesterfield, 3/1 Northampton, 3/1 Oxford, 7/2 Stevenage, 7/2 Port Vale, 7/2 Aldershot, 4/1 Southend, 4/1 Morecambe, 4/1 Shrewsbury, 5/1 Crewe, 6/1 Burton, 6/1 Torquay, 8/1 Accrington, 8/1 Lincoln, 9/1 Hereford, 9/1 Stockport, 11/1 Cheltenham, 12/1 Barnet, 12/1 Macclesfield.

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