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FIFA Ultimate Quaran-Team: Iron 1/4 to beat Charlton Athletic

21 March 2020

The Iron have been installed as 1/4 favourites in the Round of 128 clash against Charlton Athletic in the opening round of the FIFA Ultimate Quaran-Team tournament.

The fixture between the two sides online is set to take place after 7pm on Sunday, March 22nd, and we will have the game streaming live on our Twitch page.

The EFL's official betting partners, Sky Bet, have the Addicks at odds-on favourites of 11/4 to make it through to the final 64.

This comes after the original odds saw the Iron at 11/4 underdogs, with the Addicks at 1/4 odds-on favourites, but following 48 hours of betting, those numbers have been reversed.

Scunthorpe, meanwhile, can be backed at 50/1 with Sky Bet as Outright Winners of the competition. The Addicks are currently at 33/1.

Sky Bet also have the Outright Odds on the nationality of the winning team, with England the odds-on favourite at 4/7, while Italy is 5/1 and France is 6/1. The outsiders are the Republic of Ireland at 33/1.

For more odds, click here and remember that every bet placed benefits the club financially.

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