League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Norwich City46271369357+369426,014Teemu Pukki - 29Tim KrulPromoted
2Sheffield United46261197841+378926,177Billy Sharp - 23Dean HendersonPromoted
3Leeds United46258137350+238334,033Kemar Roofe - 14Bailey Peacock-Farrell→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
4West Bromwich Albion462311128762+258024,148Dwight Gayle - 23Sam Johnstone→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
5Aston Villa462016108261+217636,027Tammy Abraham - 25Ørjan NylandPromoted, → Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
6Derby County462014126954+157426,850Harry Wilson - 15Scott Carson→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
7Middlesbrough462013134941+87323,217Britt Assombalonga - 14Darren Randolph
8Bristol City461913145953+67021,080Famara Diedhiou - 13Niki Mäenpää
9Nottingham Forest461715146154+76628,144Lewis Grabban - 16Costel Pantilimon
10Swansea City461811176562+36518,737Oliver McBurnie - 22Erwin Mulder
11Brentford461713167359+146410,257Neal Maupay - 25Daniel Bentley
12Sheffield Wednesday461616146062-26424,429Steven Fletcher - 11Cameron Dawson
13Hull City461711186668-26211,730Jarrod Bowen - 22David Marshall
14Preston North End46161317676706114,160Alan Browne - 12Declan Rudd
15Blackburn Rovers461612186469-56014,550Danny Graham, Bradley Dack - 15David Raya
16Stoke City461122134552-75525,200Benik Afobe - 8Jack Butland
17Birmingham City461419136458+65222,483Che Adams - 22Lee Camp9-point deduction 1
18Wigan Athletic461313205164-135211,663Nick Powell, Joe Garner - 8Christian Walton
19Queens Park Rangers46149235371-185113,866Nahki Wells, Tomer Hemed... - 7Joe Lumley
20Reading461017194966-174714,991Yakou Méïte - 12Emiliano Martínez
21Millwall461014224864-164413,636Lee Gregory - 11Jordan Archer
22Rotherham United46816225283-31409,880Michael Smith - 8Marek RodákRelegated
23Bolton Wanderers4688302978-493214,636Will Buckley - 5Ben AlnwickRelegated
24Ipswich Town46516253677-413117,765Freddie Sears, Gwion Edwards - 6Bartosz BiałkowskiRelegated

Promotion Playoffs

Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals

May 11
Derby County
Leeds United
May 15
Leeds United
Derby County
Leeds United remained in Championship.
Derby County won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.
4  Club Crest WBA
May 11
Aston Villa
May 14
Aston Villa
WBA remained in Championship.
Aston Villa won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.

Promotion Playoffs — Final

Aston Villa won match in normal time and promoted to Premier League.
Derby County remained in Championship.


Red Cards
1. Ben PearsonPreston North End 3
2. Yohan BenalouaneNottingham Forest 2
3. Sam MorsyWigan Athletic 1
Tyler BlackettReading 1
James ChesterAston Villa 1
Oghenekaro EteboStoke City 1
Jake LivermoreWest Bromwich Albion 1
Tendayi DarikwaNottingham Forest 1
Derrick WilliamsBlackburn Rovers 1
Richard SmallwoodBlackburn Rovers 1
Craig GardnerBirmingham City 1
Marc WilsonBolton Wanderers 1
Luke ChambersIpswich Town 1
Kal NaismithWigan Athletic 1
David WheaterBolton Wanderers 1
John EganSheffield United 1
Daniel AyalaMiddlesbrough 1
Gary MadineSheffield United 1
Ryan LedsonPreston North End 1
Aristote NsialaIpswich Town 1
Tobias FigueiredoNottingham Forest 1
Jonas KnudsenIpswich Town 1
Courtney Baker-RichardsonSwansea City 1
Antoine SemenyoBristol City 1
Jay RodriguezWest Bromwich Albion 1
Darron GibsonWigan Athletic 1
Maikel KieftenbeldBirmingham City 1
Hal Robson-KanuWest Bromwich Albion 1
Kalvin PhillipsLeeds United 1
Anwar El GhaziAston Villa 1
Henrik DalsgaardBrentford 1
Kiko CasillaLeeds United 1
Dominic IorfaSheffield Wednesday 1
Emiliano BuendíaNorwich City 1
Will VaulksRotherham United 1
Richie TowellRotherham United 1
Bruno Martins IndiStoke City 1
John O'SheaReading 1
Muhamed BešićMiddlesbrough 1
Tom LawrenceDerby County 1
Sam ClucasStoke City 1
Leandro BacunaReading 1
Cédric KipréWigan Athletic 1


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