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20/21 Championship Table Predictons


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1. Norwich
2. Brentford
3. Watford
4. Bournemouth
5. Cardiff
6. Derby
7. Forest
8. Millwall
9. Preston
10. Bristol City
11. QPR
12. Blackburn
13. Swansea
14. Birmingham
15. Boro
16. Huddersfield
17. Stoke
18. Reading
19. Barnsley
20. Luton
21. Sheff Wednesday
22. Coventry
23. Rotherham
24. Wycome

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 1. Norwich

 2. Swansea

 3. Cardiff

 4. Brentford

 5. Stoke

 6. Forest

 7. Watford

 8. Coventry

 9. Millwall

10. Blackburn

11. Derby

12. Barnsley

13. Middlesbrough

14. Preston

15. Bristol City

16. Luton

17. QPR

18. Reading

19. Bournemouth

20. Birmingham

21. Huddersfield

22. Rotherham

23. Sheff Weds

24. Wycombe

 

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1. Norwich

2. Brentford 

3. Swansea

4. Forest

5. Watford

6. Cardiff

7. Derby

8. Millwall

9. Preston

10. Bournemouth

11. Bristol City

12. Blackburn

13. Stoke

14. Barnsley

15. Reading

16. Birmingham

17. Coventry

18. QPR

19. Boro

20. Huddersfield

21. Luton

22. Rotherham

23. Sheff Wed

24. Wycombe

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18 minutes ago, Rampant said:

 1. Norwich

 2. Swansea

 3. Cardiff

 4. Brentford

 5. Stoke

 6. Forest

 7. Watford

 8. Coventry

 9. Millwall

10. Blackburn

11. Derby

12. Barnsley

13. Middlesbrough

14. Preston

15. Bristol City

16. Luton

17. QPR

18. Reading

19. Bournemouth

20. Birmingham

21. Huddersfield

22. Rotherham

23. Sheff Weds

24. Wycombe

 

I've had Coventry e/w. Dark horses👍

 

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1. Watford

2. Swansea

3. Brentford

4. Forest

5. Bournemouth

6. Derby

7. Norwich

8. Cardiff

9. Stoke

10. Bristol City

11. Preston

12. Blackburn

13. QPR

14. Boro

15. Millwall

16. Coventry

17. Huddersfield

18. Birmingham

19. Barnsley

20. Luton

21. Reading

22. Sheffield Wednesday

23. Wycombe

24. Rotherham

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1 hour ago, David said:

1. Norwich
2. Brentford
3. Watford
4. Bournemouth
5. Cardiff
6. Derby
7. Forest
8. Millwall
9. Preston
10. Bristol City
11. QPR
12. Blackburn
13. Swansea
14. Birmingham
15. Boro
16. Huddersfield
17. Stoke
18. Reading
19. Barnsley
20. Luton
21. Sheff Wednesday
22. Coventry
23. Rotherham
24. Wycome

Swap Swansea with Fórest and Derby with Norwich and I bet you're not far off.

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1. Brentford

2. Norwich

3. Watford

4. Forest

5. Bristol City

6. Swansea

7. Bournemouth

8. Cardiff

9. Stoke

10. Middlesbrough

11. Derby

12. Millwall

13. Preston

14. Blackburn

15. Birmingham

16. QPR

17. Huddersfield

18. Reading

19. Barnsley

20. Coventry

21. Luton

22. Rotherham

23. Wycombe

24. Sheff Wed

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1 hour ago, Jourdan said:

1. Brentford

2. Norwich

3. Watford

4. Forest

5. Bristol City

6. Swansea

7. Bournemouth

8. Cardiff

9. Stoke

10. Middlesbrough

11. Derby

12. Millwall

13. Preston

14. Blackburn

15. Birmingham

16. QPR

17. Huddersfield

18. Reading

19. Barnsley

20. Coventry

21. Luton

22. Rotherham

23. Wycombe

24. Sheff Wed

That's not far off mine but QPR will be higher after good early signings. 

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13 minutes ago, oomarkwright said:

That's not far off mine but QPR will be higher after good early signings. 

Possibly.

Warburton is a good manager and maybe they’ll have some of the Eze windfall to spend later in the window.

They have signed some interesting young players but what deterred me is that I couldn’t see where their goals were coming from.

They have lost Eze, Hugill and Wells in the last 12 months, although two of them were on loan.

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3 minutes ago, oomarkwright said:

Lyndon Dykes now 

He seems to be highly rated - he just debuted for Scotland.

But it’s a big ask for one player to carry the attack, especially one who is largely unproven.

I just think it’ll take something more, especially as MW isn’t known for setting his sides up to be solid defensively.

Just a gut feeling.

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1.Brentford

2.Watford

3.Norwich

4.Stoke 

5.Derby

6.Swansea

7.Bournemouth

8.Forest

9.Cardiff

10.Blackburn

11.Millwall

12.QPR

13.Middlesbrough

14.Bristol City

15.Preston

16.Huddersfield

17.Birmingham

18.Coventry

19.Luton

20.Barnsley

21.Sheff Wed 

22.Reading

23.Rotherham

24.Wycombe 

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Boro (just because of Warnock) and Coventry are my surprise packages. Bournemouth to go down, Brentford mid table after all their stars are sold in October. Forest top of the table until December when they go on a horrendous run and the French Louis Spence is sacked. We will bore our way into the plays offs after numerous 0-0 Draws and 1-0 wins. 

1. Norwich

2. Middlesbrough

3. Swansea

4. Watford

5. Derby

6. Coventry 

7.  Bristol City 

8. Forest

9.Cardiff

10. Blackburn

11. Millwall

12. QPR

13. Stoke 

14. Brentford 

15.Preston

16.Huddersfield

17.Birmingham

18. Reading 

19.Luton

20.Barnsley

21.Sheff Wed 

22. Bournemouth 

23.Rotherham

24.Wycombe 

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1 Watford

2 Brentford

3 Norwich

4 Cardiff

5 Swansea

6 Stoke

7 Florist

8 Preston

9 Bristol C

10 Millwall

11 QPR

12 Birmingham 

13 Blackburn

14 Boro

15 Rams

16 Reading

17 Sheffield Wednesday 

18 Huddersfield 

19 Bournemouth 

20 Coventry

21 Barnsley 

22 Luton

23 Rotherham 

24 Wycombe 

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9 hours ago, David said:

1. Norwich
2. Brentford
3. Watford
4. Bournemouth
5. Cardiff
6. Derby
7. Forest
8. Millwall
9. Preston
10. Bristol City
11. QPR
12. Blackburn
13. Swansea
14. Birmingham
15. Boro
16. Huddersfield
17. Stoke
18. Reading
19. Barnsley
20. Luton
21. Sheff Wednesday
22. Coventry
23. Rotherham
24. Wycome

Looks a rather excellent piece of work on this table, David. Notwithstanding two or three surprise team performances this looks potentially very accurate. So I will pick three over perforners and they could be - Bristol City, Stoke and Millwall who may be two or three places higher. COYR

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