IT was three out of three for me on the Swansea v Reading game – and five out of five on the play-offs.

I tipped Swansea for promotion, Stephen Dobbie to score and both teams to hit the net so it was a great day all round.

And Swansea completed a nap hand for me in the play-off finals after I predicted Ayr, Albion Rovers, Peterborough all to go up from their Scottish and English showdowns.

In fact one reader pointed out my record on recent finals was nine out of nine after I correctly predicted Barcelona for the Champions League, Porto for the Europa League. Man City for the FA Cup and Celtic for the Scottish Cup. But they were all easy!

Bet365 offer 16-1 on promoted trio Swansea, QPR and Norwich to remain in the Promised Land next season.

Spokesman Steve Freeth said: “Newcastle and West Brom comfortably held their own this season while Blackpool came agonisingly close to pulling off the impossible. But our early thoughts are it could be a lot tougher for the new kids on the block.”

Swansea are 2-1 with bet365 to finish bottom and 13-8 to avoid the drop, To stay up it's
11-10 Norwich and 2-5 QPR.

William Hill make Swansea 2-5 for an immediate return to the Championship and 7-4 to survive.

Birmingham are Hills' 7-1 favourites to win the Championship with Leicester 8-1, West Ham 9-1, Nott'm Forest 12-1, Reading 12-1, Cardiff 14-1, Middlesbrough 14-1 and Blackpool 16-1.

Ladbrokes make QPR 10-11 to finish highest of the three promoted sides with Swansea 9-4 and Norwich 5-2.


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