SOUTHAMPTON'S bookmaker's odds of promotion have shortened following their 0-0 draw at West Brom on Sunday.

The goalless draw means Saints hold the home advantage for Friday's winner-takes-all playoff semi-final second leg at St Mary's.

Both sides had chances to win the first leg but brilliant goalkeeping from Alex Palmer and Alex McCarthy kept the tie at deadlock.

Southampton's odds have gone from 7/4 to 6/4, according to, a slight change as a result of avoiding defeat at the Hawthorns.

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Leeds United remain the bookies favourites to achieve promotion to the Premier League.

Daniel Farke's side also drew 0-0 in their opening leg at Norwich City and will now look to secure their place at Wembley with a win at Elland Road.

Leeds are priced at 11/8, West Brom set at 6/1 while Norwich are the biggest outsiders at 13/2.