Burnley cut for promotion
Burnley are the major movers in the Sky Bet Championship promotion betting after pulling clear at the top of the league with another impressive victory.
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Sean Dyche's men have consequently been cut from 4/1 to 5/2 with Sky Bet to be playing Barclays Premier League football next season but the Hoops remain favourites for the title.
Despite their fine form, the league leaders are sixth in the betting for promotion in what is looking a wide-open race, with five sides currently between 7/1 and 10/1 to secure top spot.
Leicester are second in the list at 7/1 following their 2-1 victory over Huddersfield, which saw them move just a point behind Harry Redknapp's men, while Watford are out from 6/1 to 8/1 after losing 3-2 at home to Derby.
That away victory saw Steve McClaren's unbeaten run in charge continue and the Rams climb to eighth in the table, while their promotion odds have come in to 12/1.
Nottingham Forest maintained their unbeaten record at the City Ground with a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth and are now 9/1 for the title, the same price as Reading, who sit sixth thanks to a 4-1 win over Doncaster.
Leyton Orient and Peterborough continue to shorten in the Sky Bet League 1 promotion betting but Wolves remain favourites despite a 1-1 draw at home to Coventry.
The top two are now five points clear of the chasing pack after recording respective victories over Tranmere and Shrewsbury.
Following their phenomenal start, which has seen just four points dropped, the O's are 5/1 third favourites for the title, having been 33/1 pre-season.
Preston climbed into fourth with a 2-1 win at Gillingham and are now 9/2 for promotion and 20/1 for the title, while Bradford have drifted to 11/2 for back-to-back promotions after losing 1-0 at Crawley Town.
Swindon (6/1 to go up) currently occupy the final play-off spot thanks to their 2-0 victory over Notts County, while MK Dons (6/1), Crawley (8/1), Walsall (14/1) and Rotherham (17/2) all sit a point further back.
The Sky Bet League 2 promotion race is looking increasing wide open after leaders Chesterfield were beaten 2-0 by Burton.
They are now joined on 23 points by Rochdale after Ian Henderson scored a late brace to earn a 2-1 victory at Cheltenham, which sees their odds on going up cut from 11/4 to 5/2.
Over half of the division are currently considered single-figure odds with Sky Bet in a market headed by the Spireites, who are closely followed by Fleetwood.
The Cod Army also failed to boost their title credentials as they lost 2-0 on Friday night at Southend, who are now 6/1 to be playing Sky Bet League 1 football next season.
Exeter arguably put in the performance of the weekend as they ended Scunthorpe's six-match unbeaten run with an emphatic 4-0 victory at Glanford Park.
That result has seen the Grecians' promotion odds cut from 9/2 to 7/2, the same price as their defeated hosts, while they are 3/1 to strengthen their place in the top three with a win at fourth-placed Oxford on Tuesday night.
Indeed, odds were defied throughout the division on Saturday with only three home teams recording victories.