Next up is West Brom who are the second favourites to be promoted to the Premier League, having finished 19th in the top-flight in the 2020/21 season.
The Baggies are priced at 2/1 despite the departure of several key players and Sam Allardyce, as they have recently appointed former LASK manager Valerien Ismael from fellow Championship outfit Barnsley, having worked miracles with the Tykes as they mounted an unlikely playoff charge last season.
West Brom do have a good promotion record from England’s second-tier, having managed it five times since 2001, which saw them manage an accumulated total of 12 seasons in the Premier League. Last time out in the Championship, they finished in second place under Slaven Bilic on 83 points from 46 matches, whilst Charlie Austin and Hal Robson Kanu were their top scorers with 10 goals each.
This time around the Baggies will be relying on the likes of Karlan Grant and Callum Robinson to get the goals and if they do manage to keep hold of the majority of their current squad, then they look in good shape for the upcoming season having made some solid additions in Alex Mowatt who was the key man for Ismael at Barnsley, as well as Brighton defender Matt Clarke on loan.
West Brom have the odds of 2/1 to be promoted to the Premier League in the 2021/22 season.