Middlesbrough – Coventry 17 May
The match Middlesbrough – Coventry for the Championship of England will take place on May 17 (Wednesday) at 22:00 live on Diema Sport 2. Middlesbrough have not won in their last 4 meetings. As hosts, Middlesbrough have not lost to Coventry in the last 13 meetings between them. Coventry are unbeaten in their last 8 matches. The venue is Riverside Stadium.
Middlesbrough win odds are 1.85. A tie in the match is rated at 3.30. Coventry win odds are 5.00. Check out our full football TV schedule.
Luton – Sunderland bet365
Luton – Sunderland for the Championship of England will take place on May 16 (Tuesday) at 22:00 live on Diema Sport 2. As the host, Luton have not lost against Sunderland in the last 3 meetings between them. Sunderland are unbeaten in their last 10 games. First leg result: Sunderland – Luton 2-1. The venue is Kenilworth Road Stadium.
Luton win odds are 2.00. A tie in the match is rated 3.40. Sunderland win odds are 3.80. Check out our full football TV schedule.
Watford – Stoke 08 May
The match Watford – Stoke for the Championship of England will take place on 08 May (Monday) at 17:00. Stoke are winless in their last 6 matches. Joao Pedro is Watford’s top scorer with 11 goals. Tyrese Campbell has 9 goals for Stoke. Hamza Choudhuri has more yellow cards (12) than any other Watford player. Jacob Brown has 9 for Stoke.
The odds for Watford to win is 2.37. A tie in the match is rated at 3.30. Stoke win odds are 2.90. Check out our full football TV schedule.
Huddersfield – Sheffield United 04 May
The match Huddersfield – Sheffield United for the Championship of England will take place on 04 May (Thursday) at 21:45. Jack Rudoni has more yellow cards (10) than any other Huddersfield player. Anel Ahmedhodzic has 12 for Sheffield Utd. Sheffield Utd are on a 4-game winning streak in the Championship.
Huddersfield win odds are 3.20. A tie in the match is rated 3.00. Sheffield United win odds are 2.45. Check out our full football TV schedule.
The English football league system is divided in two levels: the Premier League is the highest level (first level) and the English Football League (EFL) is the second level.
Premier League (Premiership)
The English Premier League is at the top of England’s football hierarchy. The league was founded in 1992 when a number of rich clubs want to increase their revenue. There are 20 teams in the Premier League. The connection with the second level exists, as three teams drop each year from the Premiership to be replaced by three teams that have won a promotion from the top level of the Football League – Championship.
English Football League (EFL)
England ‘s football league is the oldest league in the world, but after the separation of the rich teams it plays a minor role in the Premier League. It consists of 72 teams, divided into 3 divisions of 24 clubs: Championship , First League and Second League. Between them there are promotions and relegations after each season.
Championship is in the second level in the English football league system, but it is the highest tournament in the second level EFL. The first two teams in the final standings win a promotion directly into the Premier League. The remaining four teams up to sixth place play a designated tournament – a playoff to determine the third team to climb and enter the into the Premier League. The last three teams are relegated in the First League.
The Football Association of England (FA) organizes both the entire football system in the country and tournaments for different national cups. All football teams in England, regardless of their status, are members of the FA. Also teams from Wales are members of the FA and participate equally with the rest of the English teams.
Championship Teams 2018-2019
Click on a team below to view their 2018/19 season’s fixtures: