Championship Table 2016/2017

Away table Last updated: 16:27pm 19th February

# Team Pl W D L F A Pts +/- Odds
1 Newcastle United 16 11 2 3 27 10 35 17
2 Brighton and Hove Albion 16 8 5 3 21 17 29 4
3 Barnsley 16 8 2 6 24 19 26 5
4 Huddersfield Town 16 8 2 6 18 22 26 -4
5 Sheffield Wednesday 17 6 6 5 18 18 24 0
6 Fulham 15 6 5 4 21 15 23 6
7 Leeds United 16 7 2 7 22 22 23 0
8 Reading 15 7 2 6 21 28 23 -7
9 Derby County 15 6 3 6 15 15 21 0
10 Queens Park Rangers 16 6 3 7 19 21 21 -2
11 Preston North End 16 5 6 5 17 20 21 -3
12 Wolverhampton Wanderers 16 5 5 6 20 18 20 2
13 Cardiff City 16 5 4 7 23 28 19 -5
14 Wigan Athletic 16 4 4 8 17 20 16 -3
15 Ipswich Town 16 4 4 8 12 21 16 -9
16 Norwich City 17 4 4 9 22 32 16 -10
17 Birmingham City 16 3 6 7 13 25 15 -12
18 Brentford 16 4 2 10 19 29 14 -10
19 Aston Villa 16 2 5 9 8 20 11 -12
20 Burton Albion 16 2 5 9 16 30 11 -14
21 Bristol City 16 2 3 11 22 28 9 -6
22 Blackburn Rovers 15 2 3 10 14 25 9 -11
23 Nottingham Forest 17 2 3 12 19 36 9 -17
24 Rotherham United 17 0 1 16 10 48 1 -38

KEY

  • Positions: Promotion 1,2. Play Off 3,4,5,6. Relegation 22,23,24.
  • Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. The bottom 3 teams will be automatically relegated to the division below.
  • If two or more teams finish level on points the team with the better goal difference will finish higher.
  • If two or more teams have the same points and the same goal difference, the team which has scored the higher number of goals will finish higher.
  • If two or more teams finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored, and the championship, a relegation place or European qualification is at stake, they will then play off to decide who finishes higher.