Who Will be the To Goalscorer in the Championship? 1

Who Will be the To Goalscorer in the Championship?

If you are looking for a few additional betting opportunities today, then I would urge you to consider heading on over to the Coral betting site, for they are currently offering punters the option of betting on just which player they think will be the top goalscorer in the Championship this season.

Obviously that betting market has been active and live for quite some time, and the odds are fluctuating as each match is played off, however there are certainly some stand out betting opportunities you may be interested in making use of.

In fact, you are also going to be given the option of backing any player in the Championship to be the top goalscorer and will get offered odds of one quarter the win odds on the place part of such a bet and they are paying out to three places too.

Looking at the total goal tally though in that league it is fair to say that Tammy Abraham does have a good chance of being crowned the top goalscorer currently, and as far as just what odds are being offered on him by Coral, those odds right now are 2/1.

Billy Sharp Current Second Favourite

There are however more than enough players that are not going to have to massively increase their current goal tally to possibly become the top goalscorer this season, and as far as the second favourite goes, well that is Billy Sharp who does look an interesting bet it does have to be said at odds of 7/2

Teemu Pukki is next in the betting and as far as just how high his odds are they are 11/2 and then you have the likes of Neal Maupay at 13/2 and many punters will be placing an each-way bet on Dwight Gayle who is currently trading at odds of 8/1.

Other Players to Consider Backing Each-Way

There are some even bigger odds attached to some of the other players in the Championship that have been known to bang in the odds goal here and there and as such if you are looking for a few additional players to back but possibly each-way then allow me to give you a few suggestions.

Jay Rodriguez looks a decent bet at odds of 12/1 and whilst there are risks attached to backing the likes of Britt Assombalonga, Jonathan Kodjia, Kemar Roofe and Ollie Watkins, there is no getting away from the simple fact their 16/1 odds are attractive.

Benik Afobe is a 20/1 shot and next in the betting you have the likes of Andreas Weimann, Lewis Grabban, Martin Braithwaite and Will Grigg who are all reasonably priced up at odds of 25/1.

Jordan Rhodes is one two players who can be backed at odds of 33/1 and the other player at those exact same odds is Oliver McBurnie. Moving onto some unlikely top goalscorers you have Famara Diedhiou at 40/1 and you can back Bradley Dack, Dennis Srbeny, Hillal Soudani, Lucas Joao and Nick Powell along with Patrick Bamford at odds of 50/1

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