Bookies Bodog will be keeping a close eye on Championship giants Leicester and Leeds after racking up large ante-post liabilities on the pair.
Bodog have taken the unusual step of betting to four places on the Championship for the 2012/13 season - and with everyone else paying the standard three places - that has seen an automatic increase in punting traffic.
Nick Gray of Bodog explained: "We've seen a lot of each-way money for Leicester and Leeds because many can't see them finishing outside of the top four, Nigel Pearson and Neil Warnock look set for a proper tilt at the Premier League this season.
"If Leeds can finally put an end to the transfer speculation around skipper Robert Snodgrass they have a terrific chance."
The four places concession also applies to League One and Two.