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Who are bookies favourites to win FIFA Ultimate QuaranTeam 2020?

Who are bookies favourites to win FIFA Ultimate QuaranTeam 2020? The first round of games kick off on Sunday with clubs entering across the world.

With football suspended, many are still finding ways of satisfying their love of it, so much so that Sky Bet have opened up a market for those to have a bet on it.

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Leyton Orient’s QuaranTeam tournament will involve 128 professional teams represented by a player or supporter of their choosing to help raise thousands of pounds for charity as well as clubs across the nation financially.

The first round draw for the competition can be see by clicking HERE, and if you want to have a bet yourself, then go ahead by heading HERE.

So, enough chitter-chatter, take a look at who are bookies favourites to win FIFA Ultimate QuaranTeam 2020 below:

Sheffield Wednesday – 5/1
Manchester City – 6/1
AS Roma – 8/1
Newport 10/1
Watford 10/1
Lokomotiv Moscow – 12/1
Newcastle – 12/1
Swindon Town – 14/1
Ajax – 16/1
Amiens – 16/1
Angers – 16/1
Sunderland – 16/1
Scunthorpe – 16/1
Wolves – 20/1
Standard Liege – 22/1
Crystal Palace – 25/1
Mansfield Town – 25/1
Millwall – 25/1
Sydney – 25/1
PSV – 28/1
Sheffield United – 28/1
Barnsley – 33/1
Blackburn – 33/1
Burnley – 33/1
Coventry – 33/1
DC United – 33/1
Ipswich – 33/1
QPR – 33/1
Charlton – 66/1
Exeter – 40/1
Fiorentina – 40/1
Genk – 40/1
Istanbul Basakehir – 40/1
Middlesbrough – 40/1
Norwich – 40/1
Oxford United – 40/1
Portsmouth – 40/1
Troyes – 40/1
West Ham – 40/1
AZ Alkmaar – 50/1
Aston Villa – 50/1
Birmingham – 50/1
Brentford – 50/1
Derby – 50/1
Melbourne Victory – 50/1
Northampton – 50/1
Stoke – 50/1
West Brom – 50/1
Atalanta – 66/1
FC Midtjylland – 66/1
Hibernian – 66/1
Leyton Orient – 66/1
Lorient – 66/1
Luton Town – 66/1
Morecambe – 66/1
Peterborough – 66/1
Reading – 66/1
Sparta Rotterdam – 66/1
Utrecht – 66/1
Vitesse – 66/1
Walsall – 66/1
Blackpool – 80/1
Brighton – 80/1
Djurgarden – 80/1
Fleetwood – 80/1
Huddersfield – 80/1
KAA Gent – 80/1
Marseille – 80/1
Nottingham Forest – 80/1
Orlando City – 80/1
PEC Zwolle – 80/1
Plymouth Argyle – 80/1
Preston – 80/1
RB Salzburg – 80/1
Southend – 80/1
Stevenage – 80/1
AFC Wimbledon – 100/1
Accrington Stanley – 100/1
Adelaide – 100/1
Ado Den Haag – 100/1
Bolton – 100/1
Bristol Rovers – 100/1
Cambridge Utd – 100/1
Carlisle – 100/1
Celta Vigo – 100/1
Central Coast – 100/1
Cheltenham – 100/1
Colchester – 100/1
Derry City – 100/1
Doncaster – 100/1
Dundalk – 100/1
FC Nantes – 100/1
Feyenoord – 100/1
Forest Green – 100/1
Gillingham – 100/1
Grimsby – 100/1
Hamilton – 100/1
Kortrijk – 100/1
Motherwell – 100/1
Oldham – 100/1
Orlando Pirates – 100/1
RKC Waalwijk – 100/1
Ross County – 100/1
Rotherham – 100/1
Salford – 100/1
Shrewsbury – 100/1
St Mirren – 100/1
VVV Venlo – 100/1
Waterford – 100/1
Willem – 100/1
Wycombe – 100/1
Emmen – 125/1
FC Groningen – 125/1
FC Sion – 125/1
Finn Harps – 125/1
Fortuna Sittard – 125/1
Heracles Almelo – 125/1
KV Mechelen – 125/1
Lille – 125/1
PAOK – 125/1
Port Vale – 125/1
Rochdale – 125/1
Shamrock – 125/1
Burton Albion – 150/1
Cork City – 150/1
Crawley – 150/1
MK Dons – 150/1
Sligo City – 150/1

And if you are reading this, it would be incredibly grateful if you could donate anything towards the JustGiving page, just click HERE.

As of the 21st of March, a total sum of £28,653 has been raised, with huge thanks to Sky Bet who contributed £25k of it.

The club have said: “Thank you for visiting our JustGiving page! We’re asking for donations for two reasons:

“Firstly, for vital funding for EFL clubs who are going to have massive financial struggles (as of course will many industries across the world) during this time of fixture postponement. With no matchday income for the foreseeable future football clubs are struggling and things will only get worse.

“If this cause can play a small way for clubs going during an unprecedented time, then it would be an amazing force for good. 75% of money raised will be given to the EFL within 28 days.

“Secondly, the remaining 25% will be split between for two very worthy causes. One is the EFL’s chosen charity ‘MIND’ (219830), and secondly in funding the all-important COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fundraiser by WHO.

“There’ll be plenty of ways for you to get engaged with the tournament throughout, as teams will have the option to stream their games as we look to crown an Ultimate Quaran-Team champion.

“For more on the tournament, head through to the Leyton Orient Twitter page at www.twitter.com/leytonorientfc

“If this idea has put a smile on your face, or kept you entertained in a tough time – please consider donating whatever you can – as it could make a massive difference for the football clubs you love.”

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