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Will City top the Midlands table?

Will City top the Midlands table?

Midlands sides make up nearly a third of the Championship next season and the bookmakers have priced up the odds for who they think will finish the highest placed of the seven clubs.

Newly-relegated Birmingham and West Brom have been active in the transfer market as they look for a quick return to the Premiership.

Blues are 7/4 and the Baggies 5/2.

Wolves and the Sky Blues are next on 13/2, Leicester are 7/1, Derby 12/1 and Stoke 16/1.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:CCFC
Date:Monday July 17 2006
Time: 10:11PM

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yesssssssssssssssssss come on birmingham you can do it
cj_bcfc
18/07/2006 00:28:00
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yesssssssssssssssssss come on birmingham you can do it
cj_bcfc
18/07/2006 00:28:00
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" blues for me- come on lads"
millers4eva
18/07/2006 09:23:00
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Derby County with Stevo up front might shock a few in the midlands this season !
wembley88
28/07/2006 04:25:00
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