• July 10, 2020

ENGLAND Championship football predictions and soccer tips


Here are all the Championship football predictions for today, tomorrow and weekend from our tipsters and experts. All league soccer tips include betting tips from various markets which include 1X2, Over/Under, Both teams to Score, Home and Away and many more. All Championship soccer tips include Country, League, Time of match, predictions and tipster performance.

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 South korea K League 1 Jul 10 10:30AM Busan vs Seoul 1X
 Belarus Vysshaya Liga Reserve Jul 10 12:00PM Belshina 2 vs Zhodino 2 2
 Tanzania Ligi Kuu Bara Jul 10 1:00PM Mbeya City vs Polisi Tanzania Under 2.5
 Belarus Vysshaya Liga Reserve Jul 10 1:00PM Belshina 2 vs Zhodino 2 Over 0.5
 Poland Division 2 Jul 10 3:00PM S. Wola vs Elana Torun 1X
 Finland Kakkonen Group C Jul 10 3:30PM GBK Kokkola vs JBK 12
 Finland Kakkonen Group B Jul 10 3:30PM KaaPo vs Atlantis Over 2.5
 Finland Kakkonen Group C Jul 10 3:30PM GBK Kokkola vs JBK 1X
 Finland Kakkonen Group C Jul 10 3:30PM GBK Kokkola vs JBK GG
 Finland Kakkonen Group C Jul 10 3:30PM GBK Kokkola vs JBK Over 2.5

The Championship is the number one division of the English Football League (EFL) and second-highest overall in the English football league system, after the Premier League. Each year, the top finishing teams in the Championship are promoted to the Premier League, and the lowest finishing teams are relegated to League One. The Championship is the wealthiest non-top flight football division in the world and the seventh richest division in Europe. The Championship ranked second after the German 2. Bundesliga as the most-watched secondary league in the world.

The Football League Championship was initially known as Division Two (1892-1992), then it was recognised as the Football league first Division after the creation of the Premier League. Since 2004, it has been called the Football League Championship. The winners of the Championship receive the Football League Championship trophy, the same trophy as the old First Division champions were handed prior to the Premier League's inception in 1992

The team that have spent the most seasons at the second level of English football than any other team is Barnsley. On 3 January 2011 Barnsley became the first club to achieve 1,000 wins in the second level of English football with a 2–1 home victory over Coventry City. Barnsley are also the first club to play 3,000 games in second-level league football (W1028, D747, L1224).

The league comprises of 24 teams. Over the course of a season, which runs annually from August to the following May, each team plays twice against the others in the league, once at 'home' and once 'away', resulting in each team competing in 46 games in total. Three points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. The teams are ranked in the league table by points gained, then goal difference, then goals scored and then their head-to-head record for that season. At the end of the season, the top two teams and the winner of the Championship play-offs are promoted to the Premier League and the bottom three teams are relegated to Football League One. The Football League Championship play-offs is a knock-out competition for the teams that finish the season in third to sixth place with the winner and second place team being promoted to the Premier League.