Date: 3rd January 2018 at 10:19am
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Time for the special computer that crunches the numbers to determine the final Championship positions for the season of 2017/18.

Last season the Octopus feature was a late arrival for the Championship – it was off having its tentacles given a Brazilian for all I know.

Then again I still don’t know why I call a number crunching supercomputer an Octopus but some things are probably best left unasked.

In any event here are the updated Championship predictions for the season of 2017/18 after all sides have played 26 games of the campaign.

Who goes down?! Who is the current favourite to lift the title this year?

Well you don’t have to guess.

With all playing 26 games in the Championship in the season of 2017/18, the current favourite to lift the title are Wolverhampton Wanderers with 109 points. Derby County sit in second place on 91.

The Play Off spots are also pretty nailed on if the predictions are to be believed – Bristol City, Aston Villa, Sheffield United and Middlesbrough. Boro sit one clear of Cardiff City in seventh place.

At the other end of the table it’s also pretty nailed on with Sunderland, Burton Albion and Birmingham City all predicted for the drop. Sunderland are five points shy of Bolton Wanderers in 21st place.

The one thing that can’t be ignored though is there is a hell of a lot of football still to be played even though we find ourselves in January and sides that have started well may fade away and others could find form as the months tick by, but this is a bit of fun – I wouldn’t bet your house on it!

The predictions are a reflection on the season so far, and absolutely nothing more, and in most cases the next fixture day could cause wholescale changes to the table.



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2 Replies to “More Reliable Than A Championship Octopus? (3/1/18)”

  • Just an observation but that table suggests that Birmingham will only score once more this season and that also means with only 1win to come they will win that game 1-0 and draw 5 games 0-0. I understand that it was said that the table could change at anytime but that scenario is a bit far fetched.

  • total rubbish,,,,, i dont think birmingham will score any goals,,,, as they are an embarrassment,,,,

    thats why they call it the blues,,,,,

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