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I know Millwall fans hate Leeds. They must ecstatic :P
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http://www.theguardian.com/football/football-league-blog/2014/aug/07/championship-2014-15-season-preview

Season preview
Any predictions on who will be the top three this season?
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Bolton
Watford
Leeds
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Difficult to predict three but my bid for top 6:
Derby
Ipswich
Nottingham Forest
Reading
Watford
Wolves

All the 'B-teams' except Brentford could have a say too...
Birmingham
Blackburn
Blackpool
Bolton
Bournemouth
Brighton

As always, the Championship is well worth following!
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You all forgot Cardiff! I think them and Fulham and Derby will be the top three.

@Mt1234 I miss Leeds in the PL too,but I highly doubt they will do anything special this season. They sold their best striker Ross McCormack
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What about Norwich?
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Cardiff
Notts Forest
Derby County

Thats my prediction
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NF is a good one
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Ekoj, I'd say Fulham definitely won't get promoted straight away and I'll be impressed if Solskjær leads Cardiff back.
C'mon you Wanderers!!!!!
Only 40 points away from safety!
Congrats to QPR for promotion. Hopefully they spend wisely in the transfer market this time around. Congrats to Harry. It is never easy get promotion from the championship.
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HAHAHAHAHA!!! :)
I really wanted to see Derby County in the PL. Oh well...
+1
Heart broken :(
Can anyone explain what's the point of having a playoff while promoting the 3rd club would be the most logical thing to do?
+1
Exciting!
+3
The correct answer is $$$$$$$$$
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I think Derby County deserves the PL spot.
+2
The actual correct answer:
http://youtu.be/nWSc3-NACSY

Note the time left on the clock.
Note Leicester City would move on to the promotion playoffs on away goals.
Note Leicester are about to take a penalty in the 96th minute of the match.
Note how the penalty was won.
Note how Leicester City recovered this year after this match.
Zola's reaction was so funny:))
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Looks like the battle for 6th is between:
B&H
Reading
Mick
Bournemouth
Blackburn
1 more match left, battle for 6th (revised):
Reading
Wigan
B&H
Blackburn
Very exciting stuff to the end, as always in the Championship!
Wigan look in a good position to secure top 6, while just below them Reading, Brighton & Ipswich all on 64 pts in 6th, 7th, 8th place.
At the other end teams like Birmingham, Blackpool and Charlton not safe from the drop zone just yet. Four more games to go...


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Blackburn Rovers
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Derby County
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Watford
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Reading
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v.
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Top Goalscorers

 
Vetokele
5
G. Leadbitter
5
B. Assombalonga
5
L. Grabban
5
C. McManaman
4
J. Mason
4
C. Wilson
4
S. Cox
4
K. Jones
4
C. Martin
3

Seeing Red

G. Tamaş
2 1
M. Wallace
2 1
Martin Olsson
1 1
S. Byram
1 1
J. Buxton
1 1
J. Ekstrand
1 1
G. Bellusci
1 1
T. Craig
1 1
A. Crofts
0 1
M. Smith
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Championship Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
16
10
5
15
1
1
5
7
1
15
7
7
14
2
0
5
7
2
14
8
4
12
0
2
4
6
3
14
4
3
7
1
2
4
7
4
13
3
8
11
0
4
3
7
5
13
1
10
11
2
1
4
7
6
12
3
4
7
1
3
3
7
7
12
2
7
9
3
0
4
7
8
11
3
6
9
2
2
3
7
9
11
0
9
9
2
2
3
7
10
10
0
11
11
2
1
3
6
11
10
0
8
8
3
1
3
7
12
10
-3
10
7
3
1
3
7
13
9
4
6
10
1
3
2
6
14
8
1
10
11
3
2
2
7
15
8
1
8
9
3
2
2
7
16
8
-1
9
8
3
2
2
7
17
7
-2
10
8
4
1
2
7
18
7
-4
9
5
4
1
2
7
19
6
-7
12
5
3
3
1
7
20
5
-5
12
7
4
2
1
7
21
5
-8
15
7
4
2
1
7
22
1
-7
10
3
6
1
0
7
23
1
-10
13
3
5
1
0
6
24
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