Handicap Tables 2014/15 | 25th May 2015

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A POPULAR ante-post market, we’ve updated the latest handicap tables for all four English leagues and the top flight in Scotland. How did you side fare in the pre-season projections from the bookmakers?

Premier League Handicap Table

PositionTeamHandicapTotal
1Southampton 3999
2Swansea4197
3Crystal Palace4492
4West Brom4488
5Stoke3488
6Chelsea087
7Leicester4485
8West Ham3885
9Burnley5083
10Aston Villa4482
11Arsenal782
12Tottenham1781
13Man City180
14Sunderland4078
15Hull4277
16QPR4676
17Man Utd676
18Liverpool1173
19Newcastle3271
20Everton1966

Championship Handicap Table

PositionTeamHandicapTotal
1Bournemouth16106
2Brentford22100
3Watford897
4Ipswich1694
5Middlesbrough792
6Wolves1492
7Norwich591
8Birmingham2689
9Charlton2787
10Sheff Wed2181
11Huddersfield2680
12Blackburn1279
13Derby178
14Leeds2278
15Rotherham2874
16Millwall3071
17Nottm Forest1170
18Bolton1869
19Reading1363
20Cardiff062
21Brighton1461
22Blackpool3560
23Fulham355
24Wigan443

League One Handicap Table

PositionTeamHandicapTotal
1Bristol City3102
2MK Dons10101
3Swindon1897
4Preston493
5Rochdale2790
6Chesterfield2089
7Gillingham2486
8Bradford2085
9Colchester3284
10Crewe3284
11Walsall2281
12Oldham2481
13Fleetwood1780
14Port Vale2680
15Scunthorpe1975
16Notts County2474
17Crawley2373
18Doncaster1172
19Sheff Utd071
20Barnsley971
21Coventry1570
22Peterborough669
23Leyton Orient554
24Yeovil1353

League Two Handicap Table

PositionTeamHandicapTotal
1Wycombe24108
2Burton6100
3Southend1296
4Exeter2892
5Shrewsbury291
6Morecambe2891
7Bury085
8Stevenage1284
9Newport1883
10Dagenham2382
11Accrington2682
12Plymouth1081
13Oxford1374
14Wimbledon1674
15Northampton1172
16Luton371
17Cambridge1970
18Hartlepool2166
19Mansfield1664
20York961
21Cheltenham2061
22Carlisle1060
23Portsmouth057
24Tranmere1554

Scottish Premiership Handicap Table 2014/15

PositionTeamHandicapTotal
1Inverness42107
2Hamilton52105
3Aberdeen25100
4St Johnstone4097
5Partick5096
6Celtic092
7Dundee4691
8Ross County4690
9Dundee United3389
10Kilmarnock4889
11St Mirren4979
12Motherwell3167

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