The Championship will resume soon with 108 fixtures of the regular season still to be played – and the fight to remain in the division promises to be as fierce as ever.
English football’s second tier resumes on June 20, with each club having nine games left.
The season is due for a midweek end to the campaign on Tuesday, July 21, and Wednesday, July 22.
When the action was halted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, Barnsley sat bottom of the division with Luton Town just ahead of the Tykes by a single point.
Charlton Athletic sit 22nd and two points from safety, but have recently been dealt a huge blow with three players – including top scorer and sought after striker Lyle Taylor – confirming they will not return to action.
Just outside the relegation places there are three teams all on 41 points – Middlesbrough, Wigan Athletic and Hull City.
And Huddersfield Town and Stoke City are only one point ahead of those three teams, before there is a slight gap to Birmingham City in 16th on 47 points.
With such a tightly packed group of several teams hovering above the drop zone and the threat of relegation to League One, every match will be key to survival in the division as the season approaches its climax.
With the stakes high and retaining Championship status, here’s what the latest promotion odds are from the sponsor of the EFL’s three divisions, SkyBet.
Promotion odds correct as of Wednesday, June 10.
Luton – 1/8
Barnsley – 1/5
Charlton – 8/13
Hull – 7/4
Wigan – 5/1
Middlesbrough – 7/1
Huddersfield – 9/1
Stoke – 16/1
Birmingham – 100/1
Reading – 250/1