If you thought the English Championship was fun, wait until you get a taste of the good stuff north of the border.
The Scottish Championship is just as mad, just as unpredictable, and just as fun, as ten sides battle it out for a place at the top table alongside Celtic, Rangers, and, well, the rest!
There’s just one automatic promotion spot available, whilst second, third, and fourth battle it out – along with the eleventh placed finisher of the Scottish Premiership – for another place in Scotland’s top tier.
The action comes thick and fast in the Scottish Championship and there is always plenty to sink your teeth into and have a flutter on.
Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in the Scottish Championship.
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Much like any nation’s second tier competition, the Scottish Championship is full of sides teetering between the lows of the third tier and the euphoria of making it to the Scottish Premiership.
In such a small division – only ten sides are competing in the 2020-21 season – a handful of wins or defeats in a row can see you plummet to the bottom or rocket to the top.
With this great jeopardy comes the excitement of a topsy-turvy season.
This year even more so, with the clubs voting for a 27-game season rather than the usual 36.
The Scottish Championship is ever-changing, but here are the current top four sides battling for promotion:
Lawrence Shankland of Dundee United walked last season’s competition by netting 24 times in the Scottish Championship, six ahead of Kevin Nisbet of Dunfermline in second. This season’s race looks a lot tighter already:
Last season saw COVID-19 impact the Scottish Championship, meaning it had to finish early on March 13, 2020. Later, in April, the SPFL decided that the league shouldn’t continue, with the champions and relegated side decided on a points-per-game basis.
This meant that Dundee United won the league with a 2.11 average and Partick Thistle were relegated having only achieved 0.96 over their 27 matches.
There were no playoffs to contend, with Queen of the South the luckiest side in the division having narrowly escaped relegation despite being only two points ahead of Partick Thistle and playing a game extra.
You can watch the Scottish Championship on BBC Scotland.
Yes. A majority of bookmakers offer hundreds of markets available on the Scottish Championship to bet in-play.
The regular season ends on April 30, 2021 and the play-offs finish on May 23, 2021.
bet365 and 888sport offer markets and great odds on the Scottish Championship.