League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Luton Town46271369042+48949,516James Collins - 25James SheaPromoted
2Barnsley46261378039+419112,527Kieffer Moore - 17Adam DaviesPromoted
3Charlton Athletic462610107340+338811,827Lyle Taylor - 21Dillon PhillipsPromoted, → Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
4Portsmouth46251388351+328818,223Jamal Lowe - 15Craig MacGillivray→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
5Sunderland46221958047+338532,157Josh Maja - 15Jon McLaughlin→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
6Doncaster Rovers462013137658+18738,098John Marquis - 21Marko Maroši→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
7Peterborough United462012147162+9727,365Ivan Toney - 16Aaron Chapman
8Coventry City46181117545406512,363Jordy Hiwula - 12Lee Burge
9Burton Albion461712176657+9633,351Lucas Akins - 13Bradley Collins
10Blackpool461517145052-2625,517Armand Gnanduillet - 10Mark Howard
11Fleetwood Town461613175852+6613,165Ched Evans - 17Alex Cairns
12Oxford United461515165864-6607,315James Henry - 11Simon Eastwood
13Gillingham461510216172-11555,050Tom Eaves - 21Tomáš Holý
14Accrington Stanley461413195167-16552,764Sean McConville - 15Connor Ripley
15Bristol Rovers461315184750-3548,320Jonson Clarke-Harris - 11Jack Bonham
16Rochdale46159225487-33543,550Ian Henderson - 20Josh Lillis
17Wycombe Wanderers461411215567-12535,329Adebayo Akinfenwa - 8Ryan Allsop
18Shrewsbury Town461216185159-8526,407Fejiri Okenabirhie - 10Steve Arnold
19Southend United46148245568-13506,932Simon Cox - 15Mark Oxley
20AFC Wimbledon461311224263-21504,254Joe Pigott - 15Aaron Ramsdale
21Plymouth Argyle461311225680-24509,852Freddie Ladapo - 18Matt MaceyRelegated
22Walsall461211234971-22474,927Andy Cook - 13Liam RobertsRelegated
23Scunthorpe United461210245383-30464,227Lee Novak - 12Jak AlnwickRelegated
24Bradford City46118274977-284116,130Eoin Doyle - 11Richard O'DonnellRelegated

Promotion Playoffs

Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals

May 12
Doncaster
Charlton Ath
May 17
Charlton Ath
Doncaster
Charlton Ath won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.
Doncaster remained in League One.
May 11
Sunderland
Portsmouth
May 16
Portsmouth
Sunderland
Portsmouth remained in League One.
Sunderland won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.

Promotion Playoffs — Final

Charlton Ath won match in normal time and promoted to Championship.
Sunderland remained in League One.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Max PowerSunderland 3
2. Danny HyltonLuton Town 2
3. Lyle TaylorCharlton Athletic 1
Nathan SheronFleetwood Town 1
Michael TurnerSouthend United 1
Ivan ToneyPeterborough United 1
Adam El-AbdWycombe Wanderers 1
Ben ThompsonPortsmouth 1
Rhys BennettPeterborough United 1
Andy CookWalsall 1
Ryan TafazolliPeterborough United 1
Chris MaguireSunderland 1
Simon EastwoodOxford United 1
Jordan ThompsonBlackpool 1
Magnus NormanRochdale 1
Marcus BrowneOxford United 1
Sean ScannellBradford City 1
Connor RipleyAccrington Stanley 1
Callum ReillyGillingham 1
George HoneymanSunderland 1
Nathan TysonWycombe Wanderers 1
Mouhamadou-Naby SarrCharlton Athletic 1
Lewie CoyleFleetwood Town 1
David EdwardsShrewsbury Town 1
Mark OxleySouthend United 1
Ahmed KashiOxford United 1
Jonny MaxtedAccrington Stanley 1
Offrande ZanzalaAccrington Stanley 1
Ethan Ebanks-LandellRochdale 1
Donervon DanielsBlackpool 1
Nathaniel Knight-PercivalBradford City 1
Harry SouttarFleetwood Town 1
Ryan AllsopWycombe Wanderers 1
Marko MarošiDoncaster Rovers 1
Wes BurnsFleetwood Town 1
Michael KightlySouthend United 1
John BrayfordBurton Albion 1
Dru YearwoodSouthend United 1
Ched EvansFleetwood Town 1
Bryan OviedoSunderland 1
Armand GnanduilletBlackpool 1
Glenn LoovensSunderland 1
Adam ChicksenBradford City 1
Chris SollyCharlton Athletic 1
Jacob BrownBarnsley 1
Marc BolaBlackpool 1
Dimitar EvtimovAccrington Stanley 1
Tariqe FosuCharlton Athletic 1
Chris LinesBristol Rovers 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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