Brentford vs Preston Betting Tips, Predictions & Odds

26/12/19 Thursday - Boxing Day Picks

INNOCENT POSSUM'S PICKS:

Finally, the best day of the year has arrived. Another £100.00 to see what we can make of it. I tried to include something for everyone with these picks. Best of luck if you follow, fingers crossed everyone is able to clean out the bookies!

MY PICKS:

GROUP A. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: WINS:
1. BRISTOL ROVERS Vs. Wimbledon League One @1.65
2. OXFORD Vs. Lincoln League One @1.80
3. EXETER Vs. Newport League Two @1.90
4. SWINDON Vs. Cambridge League Two @1.72
TOTAL: 4-Fold 1-4 @9.79
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GROUP B. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: WINS:
1. SHEFFIELD UNITED Vs. Watford Premier League @1.83
2. Barnsley Vs. WEST BROM Championship @1.85
3. BLACKBURN Vs. Birmingham Championship @2.10
4. YEOVIL Vs. Torquay National League @1.83
TOTAL: 4-Fold 1-4 @13.05
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GROUP C. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: WINS:
1. EVERTON Vs. Burnley Premier League @1.70
2. BRENTFORD Vs. Swansea Championship @1.61
3. Luton Vs. FULHAM Championship @1.75
4. Peterborough Vs. Doncaster League One @1.90
TOTAL: 4-Fold 1-4 @9.17
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MY REASONING:

BRISTOL ROVERS VS. WIMBLEDON:
BRISTOL:
WIMBLEDON:
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OXFORD VS. LINCOLN:
OXFORD:
LINCOLN:
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EXETER VS. NEWPORT:
EXETER:
NEWPORT:
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SWINDON VS. CAMBRIDGE:
SWINDON:
CAMBRIDGE:
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SHEFFIELD UNITED VS. WATFORD:
SHEFFIELD:
WATFORD:
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BARNSLEY VS. WEST BROM:
BARNSLEY:
WEST BROM:
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BLACKBURN VS. BIRMINGHAM:
BLACKBURN:
BIRMINGHAM:
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YEOVIL VS. TORQUAY:
YEOVIL:
TORQUAY:
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EVERTON VS. BURNLEY:
EVERTON:
BURNLEY:
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BRENTFORD VS. SWANSEA:
BRENTFORD:
SWANSEA:
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LUTON VS. FULHAM:
LUTON:
FULHAM:
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PETERBOROUGH VS. DONCASTER:
PETERBOROUGH:
DONCASTER:
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BTTS BONUS ACCUMULATORS:

GROUP A. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: BTTS:
1. BARNSLEY VS. WEST BROM Championship [email protected]
2. HULL VS. NOTTINGHAM Championship @1.66
3. BLACKPOOL VS. ACCRINGTON League One @1.66
4. LEYTON ORIENT VS. COLCHESTER League Two @1.72
5. MORECAMBE VS. OLDHAM League Two @1.72
6. DOVER VS. BROMLEY National League @1.70
TOTAL: 6-Fold 1-6 @20.84
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GROUP B. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: BTTS:
1. CARDIFF VS. MILLWALL Championship @1.80
2. CHARLTON VS. BRISTOL Championship @1.61
3. CARLISLE VS. BRADFORD League Two @1.72
4. MANSFIELD VS. PORT VALE League Two @1.80
5. BARROW VS. FYLDE National League @1.61
6. WREXHAM VS. CHORLEY National League @1.80
TOTAL: 6-Fold 1-6 @26.29
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MY BETS:

WINS -
SINGLES (4-Folds):
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DOUBLES(8-Folds):
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TREBLE (12-Fold):
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BTTS -
SINGLES (6-Folds):
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DOUBLES(12-Folds):
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You do not have to back my picks the same way I do, back singles if you like, I just find accumulators more fun!

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Burnley comes first for James Tarkowski, but the defender is determined to make England's Euro 2020 squad

Burnley comes first for James Tarkowski, but the defender is determined to make England's Euro 2020 squad

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Defender James Tarkowski is admittedly enticed by the carrot of the European Championships that is dangling in front of him.
But the 27-year-old maintains that the Clarets have his undivided attention until that time comes as he looks to build on performances that landed him the LoveBet Player of the Month prize for November.
The former Brentford man, who has been overlooked by Gareth Southgate since his last inclusion in March, is desperate to pull on the Three Lions again, but he knows selection will take care of itself if his displays in the Premier League are up to scratch.
With Wembley staging seven games during next summer's tournament - including the semi-finals and final - Tarkowski said: "I think everybody wants to be a part of a major competition, especially when a lot of the games are going to be based in England.
"That probably makes it a little bit more special so that is something I obviously want to be a part of.
"It could be anywhere in the world, I would just like to be a part of it. That's not really an extra carrot for me because I just want to be a part of it.
"But my concentration needs to be here and not elsewhere and that's what I'm focusing on. Hopefully that's something I can be a part of in the summer, but I've got to do my job here first to be anywhere near that. That's the most important thing."
Tarkowski, who has earned two England caps, made his 100th appearance in the top flight in the defeat against champions Manchester City at Turf Moor.
The Manchester-born centre back, who started out at Oldham Athletic, was proud to reach such a milestone after an uncertain start to his Burnley tenure.
Tarkowski was behind Ben Mee and Michael Keane in the pecking order on his arrival, but he took his opportunity with both hands when his former team-mate joined Everton in a record move in 2017.
"If you would have asked me a year into my career here when I had probably played about four games then I would have been a bit more speculative about how I would have done," he said.
"But ever since I have got in the team and the manager put his trust into me for that starting position I have just enjoyed playing football and I am enjoying my time at the club.
"I always say that you need a bit of fortune on your side. Michael Keane may never have been sold and I could still be sitting here having only played 20 games.
"Fortunately for me, Keano moved on and left some space which I was able to fill at the time. I've managed to stay there since, but a bit of fortune needs to go your way to get in any team and define how your career goes."
Tarkowski, who made his Premier League debut against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, added: "It is quite big an achievement, only recently did I realise how close I was.
"To get one in the Premier League was something I am really proud of so to get 100 quite quickly after playing my first one is nice and hopefully there are many more to come.
"It is nice because when I came here the goal was to get in the PL and now four or five years on I have played 100 PL games for the club. It is how I always hoped it would go but the expectation is a bit different.
"For it to have gone as well as it has done has been terrific and something I have really enjoyed.
"I feel fortunate to have joined a club that has done so well over the last few years and hopefully can continue that."
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Predicting Promoted Club Survival Rates in the Premier League, based on Championship Performance [OC]

Background

The introduction of the Playoffs has brought added spice to the end of season drama, but some argue that it dilutes the strength of the PL by having potentially weaker teams secure promotion via this method.
I will have a look at this in the post below and discuss how worthy this argument is, amongst some other bits and bobs including taking a look at already Promoted Championship sides from 2016/17 (Newcastle and Brighton). I had a vested interest in this as a Fulham fan, but we are no longer a part of this party, so I am instead looking at the remaining two contenders, in addition to Champions: Newcastle, and Runners Up: Brighton.
Next week's Championship Playoff final will be the 22nd (since the PL became 20 teams), and will be contested between Premier League virgins Huddersfield, and old faeces (that’s right you pieces of shit), Reading who have had the fortune of being promoted as champions in 2005-06 and 2011-12.
I will consider historic promotion data, look to add some weight to old arguments, and hopefully uncover some new stuff along the way. This post will go through some of the stats from this years Championship, and see how they perform when predicting the likelihood of a promoted team becoming established in the Premier League. For the purposes of this piece, I am using the term 'established' to mean a team that achieves 5+ consecutive years in the PL.
 
So... Here is the full history of promotions:
Season Team Championship Status
2016–17 Newcastle United Winner
2016–17 Brighton Runner-up
2016–17 Reading Playoffs
2016–17 Huddersfield Playoffs
2015–16 Burnley* Winner
2015–16 Middlesbrough Runner-up
2015–16 Hull City Playoffs
2014–15 AFC Bournemouth* Winner
2014–15 Watford* Runner-up
2014–15 Norwich City Playoffs
2013–14 Leicester City* Winner
2013–14 Burnley Runner-up
2013–14 Queens Park Rangers Playoffs
2012–13 Cardiff City Winner
2012–13 Hull City Runner-up
2012–13 Crystal Palace* Playoffs
2011–12 Reading Winner
2011–12 Southampton* Runner-up
2011–12 West Ham United* Playoffs
2010–11 Queens Park Rangers Winner
2010–11 Norwich City Runner-up
2010–11 Swansea City* Playoffs
2009–10 Newcastle United Winner
2009–10 West Bromwich Albion* Runner-up
2009–10 Blackpool Playoffs
2008–09 Wolverhampton Wanderers Winner
2008–09 Birmingham City Runner-up
2008–09 Burnley Playoffs
2007–08 West Bromwich Albion Winner
2007–08 Stoke City* Runner-up
2007–08 Hull City Playoffs
2006–07 Sunderland Winner
2006–07 Birmingham City Runner-up
2006–07 Derby County Playoffs
2005–06 Reading Winner
2005–06 Sheffield United Runner-up
2005–06 Watford Playoffs
2004–05 Sunderland Winner
2004–05 Wigan Athletic Runner-up
2004–05 West Ham United Playoffs
2003-04 Norwich City Winner
2003-04 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up
2003-04 Crystal Palace Playoffs
2002-03 Portsmouth Winner
2002-03 Leicester City Runner-up
2002-03 Wolverhampton Wanderers Playoffs
2001-02 Manchester City* Winner
2001-02 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up
2001-02 Birmingham City Playoffs
2000-01 Fulham Winner
2000-01 Blackburn Rovers Runner-up
2000-01 Bolton Wanderers Playoffs
1999-00 Charlton Athletic Winner
1999-00 Manchester City Runner-up
1999-00 Ipswich Town Playoffs
1998-99 Sunderland Winner
1998-99 Bradford City Runner-up
1998-99 Watford Playoffs
1997-98 Nottingham Forest Winner
1997-98 Middlesbrough Runner-up
1997-98 Charlton Athletic Playoffs
1996-97 Bolton Wanderers Winner
1996-97 Barnsley Runner-up
1996-97 Crystal Palace Playoffs
1995-96 Sunderland Winner
1995-96 Derby County Runner-up
1995-96 Leicester City Playoffs
Anything with a star denotes a team that has been promoted to the Premier League and who have not yet been relegated.
 

Who are the promotion kings?

Winners Total
Sunderland 4
Newcastle United 2
Reading 2
Sunderland have won the league 4 times since the inception of the playoffs. Watch out next year lol. Newcastle have just secured their second Championship Title. Last time they hung around in the PL for a while... Reading also have 2 titles, including the win in 05-06 which saw them collect the MOST amount of points in a Championship Season (During the Playoff Age) with 106. They hold secured the greatest Goal Difference in a single season with +67.
 
Runners Up Total
West Bromwich Albion 3
Birmingham City 2
Middlesbrough 2
Boing Boing, the Baggies have been promoted FOUR times, but three of them are as best of the rest.
This year, Brighton have secured the highest Runner-up pts total in Playoff History with 93, matching Burnley's tally as runners up in 2013/14. Incidentally this was also Burnley’s Title winning season haul in 15/16.
 
Playoff Wins Total
Crystal Palace 3
Hull City 2
Watford 2
West Ham United 2
Palace are the kings of the Playoffs, and have won promotion 3 times via this route. Other sides who favour the Playoffs are Hull (15/16), and West Ham (11/12), who both arrived in the PL via this route for a second time... More on this in a bit..
 
Team Total Promotions
Sunderland 4
West Bromwich Albion 4
Birmingham City 3
Burnley 3
Crystal Palace 3
Hull City 3
Leicester City 3
Norwich City 3
Watford 3
So in total, there are some common names that have enjoyed plenty of promotion joy since the playoffs were introduced. Palace obviously have benefitted more than anyone, but there are collections of teams who have yo-yo'd between the top 2 divisions.
 

On Average, how long do promoted teams stay for?

So in the 21 Years of Playoff history that's 63 promotions (21 Winners, 21 Runners up and 21 Playoff Champions), how long do promoted teams last with the big dogs? Let's have a look at the spread..
Length of Stay Total Clubs as %
1 Season 29 47
2 Seasons 8 13
3 Seasons 3 5
4 Seasons 1 2
5+ Seasons 12 18
Not Yet Relegated (NYR) 10 16
Total Promotions 63 -
So yeah you may have guessed it..
 

What difference does it make where you finish?

Well some would argue that promoted teams are weaker as they finish below the automatic promotion sides. How does this stack up? Well, I looked at the average length of stay for each promotion method, and there is indeed a significant difference...
Postion Average Length of Stay
Winners 3.95
Runner-up 3.67
Playoffs 2.71
 
So now that we know Championship Winners generally last longer than Playoff winners, let’s take a look and try to understand why?
Some of the metrics that suggest a good side are Goals Scored, Overall Goal Difference, Points, and Goals Conceded. All these metrics give an overall impression of how strong a side is...
I am aware that teams and tactics change, but in the short term i.e. first 1 or 2 seasons following a promotion, these metrics provide an indicator regarding a teams playing style, strengths and weaknesses. Again these do change from one season to the next, but fuck it, let’s have a look anyway cos I already crunched the numbers.
 

Points

Teams who storm the division usually take a lot of points. But are points an accurate predictor of if a team is likely to avoid the PL trapdoor after promotion?
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2005–06 Reading Winner 106 99 32 67 2
1998-99 Sunderland Winner 105 91 28 63 4
2013–14 Leicester City* Winner 102 83 43 40 4
2009–10 Newcastle United Winner 102 90 35 55 6
2000-01 Fulham Winner 101 90 32 58 13
2001-02 Manchester City Winner 99 108 52 56 15
2002-03 Portsmouth Winner 98 97 45 52 7
1996-97 Bolton Wanderers Winner 98 100 53 47 1
63% success is significantly higher than the 35% average, so pick up lots of points on the way to promotion and you stand a good chance of staying up in the medium to long term. None of this year’s teams have chalked up that many points so we will have to look elsewhere..
 

Goal Difference

Points are sometimes harder to come by if the division is more competitive. So let’s look at Goal Difference as this can also give an indication of a teams quality. Below are the Top 10 previous GD scores.
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2005–06 Reading Winner 106 99 32 67 2
1998-99 Sunderland Winner 105 91 28 63 4
2000-01 Fulham Winner 101 90 32 58 13
2001-02 Manchester City Winner 99 108 52 56 15
2009–10 Newcastle United Winner 102 90 35 55 6
2014–15 AFC Bournemouth Winner 90 98 45 53 3
2002-03 Portsmouth Winner 98 97 45 52 5+
1996-97 Bolton Wanderers Winner 98 100 53 47 1
2016–17 Newcastle United Winner 94 85 40 45 TBC
2004–05 Wigan Athletic Runner-up 87 79 35 44 8
2009–10 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up 91 89 48 41 7
This years Newcastle side are actually of the GD vintage having achieved the 9th best GD in Championship history (+45) since the inception of the playoffs.. As a result, they make a strong case for avoiding the drop in 2017/18 and also for going on to secure long term top flight status.
 
Now let’s look at the 10 worst GD scores for sides who have been promoted...
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2009–10 Blackpool Playoffs 70 74 58 16 1
2006–07 Derby County Playoffs 84 62 46 16 1
2007–08 Stoke City Runner-up 79 69 55 14 NYR
2008–09 Burnley Playoffs 76 72 60 12 1
2012–13 Crystal Palace Playoffs 72 73 62 11 NYR
2003-04 Crystal Palace Playoffs 73 72 61 11 1
2004–05 West Ham United Playoffs 73 66 56 10 5+
2012–13 Hull City Runner-up 79 61 52 9 2
1998-99 Watford Playoffs 77 65 56 9 1
1995-96 Leicester City Playoffs 71 66 60 6 5+
2016–17 Reading Playoffs 85 68 64 4 TBC
2016–17 Huddersfield Playoffs 81 56 58 -2 TBC
Basically though, if you can’t do the business at both ends of the pitch, there is a good chance you will be relegated.
 
You will hopefully notice that at the bottom of the pile are this years Reading and Huddersfield sides.
Whoever wins this game will be promoted with the lowest Goal Difference since the inception of the playoffs. Worrying.
Rather than just looking at GD holistically, let's consider the specifics.
 

Are you more likely to stay up if you can score bags of goals?

Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2001-02 Manchester City Winner 99 108 52 56 15
1996-97 Bolton Wanderers Winner 98 100 53 47 1
2005–06 Reading Winner 106 99 32 67 2
2014–15 AFC Bournemouth Winner 90 98 45 53 3
2002-03 Portsmouth Winner 98 97 45 52 7
1998-99 Sunderland Winner 105 91 28 63 4
2014–15 Watford Runner-up 89 91 50 41 2
2000-01 Fulham Winner 101 90 32 58 13
2009–10 Newcastle United Winner 102 90 35 55 6
2009–10 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up 91 89 48 41 7
 
To confirm this, lets look at teams who were promoted with less than impressive scoring records.. If we look at the sides who have been promoted, who averaged less than 1.5 goals per game (69 Total)...
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2010–11 Swansea City Playoffs 80 69 42 27 6
2007–08 Stoke City Runner-up 79 69 55 14 10
2015–16 Hull City Playoffs 83 69 35 34 1
2011–12 Reading Winner 89 69 41 28 1
2016–17 Reading Playoffs 85 68 64 4 TBC
2006–07 Birmingham City Runner-up 86 67 42 25 1
2004–05 West Ham United Playoffs 73 66 56 10 6
1995-96 Leicester City Playoffs 71 66 60 6 6
2007–08 Hull City Playoffs 75 65 47 18 2
1998-99 Watford Playoffs 77 65 56 9 1
2003-04 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up 86 64 42 22 2
2015–16 Middlesbrough Runner-up 89 63 31 32 1
2006–07 Derby County Playoffs 84 62 46 16 1
2012–13 Hull City Runner-up 79 61 52 9 2
2001-02 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up 89 61 29 32 1
2013–14 Queens Park Rangers Playoffs 80 60 44 16 1
1995-96 Sunderland Winner 83 59 33 26 1
2016–17 Huddersfield Playoffs 81 56 58 -2 TBC
2008–09 Birmingham City Runner-up 83 54 37 17 2
This does not read well for these teams..
You will notice this years Playoff sides Reading and Huddersfield, are both in this category...
Huddersfield if promoted, will have the second worst goals scored total in playoff history. It's worth noting there are some REALLY crappy teams on this list.
So OK, I hear some of you say, 'it's not all about scoring goals, defending is the key to staying up'..
 

"Don't concede, you won't get beat"

Looking at the sides who have been promoted having conceded the most amount of goals, we can see how long they tend to stick around..
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2016–17 Reading Playoffs 85 68 64 4 TBC
2012–13 Crystal Palace Playoffs 72 73 62 11 4
2003-04 Crystal Palace Playoffs 73 72 61 11 1
2008–09 Burnley Playoffs 76 72 60 12 1
1995-96 Leicester City Playoffs 71 66 60 6 6
2009–10 Blackpool Playoffs 70 74 58 16 1
2016–17 Huddersfield Playoffs 81 56 58 -2 TBC
2010–11 Norwich City Runner-up 84 83 58 25 3
1998-99 Watford Playoffs 77 65 56 9 1
 
If Reading are promoted they will hold the worst defence in promotion history, conceding a whopping 64 goals. Among them for company are the Palace 03-04, and Watford 98-99 teams who both haemorrhaged goals in the PL.
If Huddersfield are promoted they will hold the worst Goal Difference in promotion history since the inception of the playoffs, and will in fact be the only team to ever secure promotion to the Premier League with a NEGATIVE goal difference. They also have T6 worst defence in history of playoffs. Other sides who have been promoted with less than double digit goal differences have all met the same grim fate in the Premier League (barring Leicester’s 95-96 team).
 

What about teams that are not so porous?

Looking at the very best defences, and teams who concede less than a goal every 1.4 games or '0.7 goals per game':
Season Team Championship Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
1998-99 Sunderland Winner 105 91 28 63 4
2001-02 West Bromwich Albion Runner-up 89 61 29 32 1
2015–16 Middlesbrough Runner-up 89 63 31 32 1
2000-01 Fulham Winner 101 90 32 58 13
2005–06 Reading Winner 106 99 32 67 2
2010–11 Queens Park Rangers Winner 88 71 32 39 2
1995-96 Sunderland Winner 83 59 33 26 1
This is very interesting, as it suggests defensive teams are able to fight off the drop in their first year, but are often found lacking in the second. As a tactic, it appears that 'Keeping it tight' alone is not enough to secure long term PL status.
It is therefore worth noting that although some of these sides had excellent defensive records, they were often lacking going forward. In fact the three sides with the lowest 'Goals For' in this table were all relegated in their first season.
So what does this mean? Well Its fair to say you can’t draw conclusions just from this, however it’s clear that if you concede a lot of goals in the Championship, you will be relegated early on in your Premier League escapade. Likewise, if you can’t score goals, you will struggle to survive. That is why goal scorers are so highly prized... So now let’s take a look at top goal scorers for all the teams who were promoted, and see what role they have played in promotion and how that might predict survival rates..
 

Top Scorers

Season Status Team Top Scorer Total Team Goals Scored As a % Length of stay
01-02 Winner Manchester City Shaun Goater 32 108 30 5+
03-04 Playoff Crystal Palace Andy Johnson 32 64 50 1
12–13 Playoff Crystal Palace Glenn Murray 30 61 49 5+
97-98 Winner Nottingham Forest Pierre van Hooijdonk 29 82 35 1
99-00 Runner-up Manchester City Shaun Goater 29 78 37 1
00-01 Winner Fulham Louis Saha 27 90 30 5+
11–12 Runner-up Southampton Rickie Lambert 27 81 33 5+
02-03 Winner Portsmouth Svetoslav Todorov 26 97 27 5+
04–05 Runner-up Wigan Athletic Nathan Ellington 25 76 33 5+
08–09 Winner Wolverhampton Wanderers Sylvan Ebanks Blake 25 80 31 3
15–16 Winner Burnley Andre Gray 25 72 35 2
96-97 Winner Bolton Wanderers John McGinley 24 100 24 1
98-99 Runner-up Bradford City Lee Mills 24 82 29 1
99-00 Winner Charlton Athletic Andy Hunt 24 79 30 5+
00-01 Playoff Bolton Wanderers Michael Ricketts 24 76 32 5+
02-03 Playoff Wolverhampton Wanderers Kenny Miller 24 73 33 1
97-98 Playoff Charlton Athletic Clive Mendonca 23 77 30 1
98-99 Winner Sunderland Kevin Phillips 23 91 25 4
00-01 Runner-up Blackburn Rovers Matt Jansen 23 76 30 5+
16–17 Winner Newcastle United Dwight Gayle 23 85 27 TBC
16–17 Runner-up Brighton Glenn Murray 23 74 31 TBC
99-00 Playoff Ipswich Town David Johnson 22 71 31 2
11–12 Playoff West Ham United Ricardo Vaz Te 22 69 32 5+
10–11 Runner-up Norwich City Grant Holt 21 71 30 3
95-96 Runner-up Derby County Dean Sturridge 20 66 30 5+
95-96 Playoff Leicester City Iwan Roberts 20 59 34 5+
02-03 Runner-up Leicester City Paul Dickov 20 81 25 1
13–14 Winner Leicester City David Nugent 20 83 24 4
13–14 Runner-up Burnley Sam Vokes 20 72 28 1
14–15 Winner AFC Bournemouth Callum Wilson 20 98 20 3
14–15 Runner-up Watford Odion Ighalo 20 91 22 2
15–16 Playoff Hull City Abel Hernandez 20 63 32 1
07–08 Winner West Bromwich Albion Kevin Phillips 19 88 22 1
10–11 Winner Queens Park Rangers Adel Taarabt 19 83 23 2
13–14 Playoff Queens Park Rangers Charlie Austin 19 60 32 1
96-97 Playoff Crystal Palace Bruce Dyer 18 76 24 1
04–05 Playoff West Ham United Teddy Sheringham 18 66 27 5+
05–06 Winner Reading Kevin Doyle 18 99 18 2
10–11 Playoff Swansea City Scott Sinclair 18 69 26 5+
14–15 Playoff Norwich City Cameron Jerome 18 88 20 1
16–17 Playoff Reading Yann Kermorgant 18 68 26 TBC
96-97 Runner-up Barnsley Neil Redfearn 17 78 22 1
09–10 Winner Newcastle United Andy Carroll 17 90 19 5+
04–05 Winner Sunderland Marcus Stewart 16 79 20 1
09–10 Playoff Blackpool Charlie Adam 16 74 22 1
15–16 Runner-up Middlesbrough David Nugent 8 63 12 1
97-98 Runner-up Middlesbrough Mikkel Beck 15 80 19 5+
01-02 Playoff Birmingham City Tommy Mooney 15 61 25 3
05–06 Runner-up Sheffield United Ade Akinbiyi 15 77 19 1
07–08 Playoff Hull City Frazier Campbell 15 65 23 2
03-04 Winner Norwich City Darren Huckerby 14 79 18 1
05–06 Playoff Watford Darius Henderson 14 76 18 1
06–07 Runner-up Birmingham City Gary McSheffrey 14 67 21 1
07–08 Runner-up Stoke City Ricardo Fuller 14 69 20 5+
95-96 Winner Sunderland Craig Russell 13 71 18 1
09–10 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Chris Brunt 13 89 15 5+
06–07 Winner Sunderland David Connolly 12 76 16 5+
16–17 Playoff Huddersfield Elias Kachunga 12 56 21 TBC
03-04 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Lee Hughes 11 72 15 2
08–09 Runner-up Birmingham City Kevin Phillips 11 72 15 2
98-99 Playoff Watford Gifton Noel-Williams 10 65 15 1
01-02 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Scott Dobie 10 70 14 1
08–09 Playoff Burnley Martin Paterson 10 54 19 1
12–13 Runner-up Hull City George Boyd 10 72 14 2
11–12 Winner Reading Noel Hunt 8 85 9 1
12–13 Winner Cardiff City Aron Gunnarsson 8 73 11 1
06–07 Playoff Derby County Arturo Lupoli 7 62 11 1
 
Quite obviously at the top of the table you can see a lot of teams have a length of stay of 5+ years and you would be right to assume that this means, if you have a goal scorer, you will score more goals and your chances of survival will be greatly improved.
We covered this from a team aspect in 'goals for' but this doesn't always tell the full story. Some teams are heavily reliant on one player for their goals and some spread them amongst the side.
In the above table, there is a column "% of goals". This represents the percentage of the teams goals scored by the top scorer. A higher percentage means the team were more reliant on the striker, a lower percentage means the team were not so reliant on the player.
 

Sides that are heavily reliant on a single goal scorer

Season Status Team Top Scorer Total Team Goals Scored As a % Length of stay
03-04 Playoff winner Crystal Palace Andy Johnson 32 64 50 1
12–13 Playoff winner Crystal Palace Glenn Murray 30 61 49 5+
99-00 Runner-up Manchester City Shaun Goater 29 78 37 1
97-98 Winner Nottingham Forest Pierre van Hooijdonk 29 82 35 1
15–16 Winner Burnley Andre Gray 25 72 35 2
95-96 Playoff winner Leicester City Iwan Roberts 20 59 34 5+
 
Those with a keen eye will notice Palace have appeared in there twice with quite a difference in outcomes.. We can take a look at their two promotion seasons..
Season Team Status Champ Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2012–13 Crystal Palace Playoffs 72 73 62 11 NYR
2003-04 Crystal Palace Playoffs 73 72 61 11 1
Their performance was REMARKABLY similar.. Amassing almost exactly the same number of points, GF, GA, GD and Top scorer total and % of team goals. Maybe their PL performance will shed some light..
Season Team PL Status Pts GF GA GD Length of Stay
2004-05 Crystal Palace Relegated 33 41 62 -21 1
2013-14 Crystal Palace Survived 45 33 48 -15 NYR
Palace picked up 12 more points by conceding 14 fewer goals… So yes, as above, shut up shop in your first season and you really do improve your chances.
 

What about teams who have a 'goal scorer' but are not reliant on just that 1 player for Goals?

When you look at teams who have a goal scorer who nets at least 25, but where these goals amount to no more than 1/3 of the teams goals:
Season Status Team Top Scorer Total Team Goals Scored As a % Length of stay
11-12 Runner-up Southampton Rickie Lambert 27 81 33 5+
04–05 Runner-up Wigan Athletic Nathan Ellington 25 76 33 5+
08–09 Winner Wolverhampton Wanderers Sylvan Ebanks Blake 25 80 31 3
01-02 Winner Manchester City Shaun Goater 32 108 30 5+
00-01 Winner Fulham Louis Saha 27 90 30 5+
02-03 Winner Portsmouth Svetoslav Todorov 26 97 27 5+
Both Brighton and Newcastle have strikers who should have hit that mark this year (Glenn Murray and Dwight Gayle, both 23 Goals, 30% and 27% respectively), so maybe we should expect both these sides to mount a strong challenge when it comes to survival, and actually going on beyond the 1st season. Brighton will however, no doubt be handicapped by the fact Glenn Murray will turn 34 next year.
 

What about when teams spread the goals around?

When you consider teams who have a top scorer who contributes less than 1/4 of the teams goals, you can identify those teams who 'share goals around'.
 

How many goals does a teams top scorer need in order to have a realistic impact on survival?

Season Status Team Top Scorer Total Team Goals Scored As a % Length of stay
09–10 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Chris Brunt 13 89 15 5+
11–12 Winner Reading Noel Hunt 8 85 9 1
97-98 Runner-up Middlesbrough Mikkel Beck 15 80 19 5+
03-04 Winner Norwich City Darren Huckerby 14 79 18 1
05–06 Runner-up Sheffield United Ade Akinbiyi 15 77 19 1
06–07 Winner Sunderland David Connolly 12 76 16 5+
05–06 Playoffs Watford Darius Henderson 14 76 18 1
12–13 Winner Cardiff City Aron Gunnarsson 8 73 11 1
08–09 Runner-up Birmingham City Kevin Phillips 11 72 15 2
03-04 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Lee Hughes 11 72 15 2
12–13 Runner-up Hull City George Boyd 10 72 14 2
95-96 Winner Sunderland Craig Russell 13 71 18 1
01-02 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion Scott Dobie 10 70 14 1
07–08 Runner-up Stoke City Ricardo Fuller 14 69 20 5+
15–16 Runner-up Middlesbrough David Nugent 8 69 12 1
06–07 Runner-up Birmingham City Gary McSheffrey 14 67 21 1
07–08 Playoffs Hull City Frazier Campbell 15 65 23 2
98-99 Playoffs Watford Gifton Noel-Williams 10 65 15 1
06–07 Playoffs Derby County Arturo Lupoli 7 62 11 1
01-02 Playoffs Birmingham City Tommy Mooney 15 61 25 3
16–17 Playoffs Huddersfield Elias Kachunga 12 56 21 TBC
08–09 Playoffs Burnley Martin Paterson 10 54 19 1
 
 
This doesn't bode well for Huddersfield, as their top scorer has only 12 Goals this year.
Reading are better off with Kermorgant who has netted 18 times, but this is some way off an outstanding return.
 
*Basically, if you share the goals around too much, you nulify your threat. If you rely too heavily on one player, you risk becoming sterile. If you rely too heavily on one player and they do not score enough, you are proper fucked.
 

What about the argument that "first timers are Naive to the Premier League"?

Let’s look at teams who were promoted for the first time. In doing this, I have excluded teams that were in Premier League prior to achieving their first promotion.. So teams like Newcastle, Palace & Blackburn who were all in the PL but were promoted after being relegated are not included as they are not true 'first timers'.
So looking at 'True First Timers', there is a rather interesting split.
Season Status Team Length of stay
2016–17 Runner-up Brighton TBC
2016–17 Playoff winner Huddersfield TBC
2014–15 Winner AFC Bournemouth NYR
2012–13 Winner Cardiff City 1
2010–11 Playoff winner Swansea City NYR
2009–10 Playoff winner Blackpool 1
2008–09 Playoff winner Burnley 1
2007–08 Runner-up Stoke City NYR
2005-06 Winner Reading 2
2004–05 Runner-up Wigan Athletic 5+
2002-03 Winner Portsmouth 5+
2002-03 Playoff winner Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
2001-02 Runner-up West Bromwich Albion 1
2000-01 Winner Fulham 5+
1998-99 Runner-up Bradford City 1
1998-99 Playoff winner Watford 1
1997-98 Playoff winner Charlton Athletic 1
1996-97 Winner Bolton Wanderers 1
1996-97 Runner-up Barnsley 1
1995-96 Runner-up Derby County 5+
1995-96 Winner Sunderland 1
There have been a total of 19 'First Timers' since the inception of the playoffs... 20 if you include Brighton this year, and it will climb to 21 if Huddersfield can secure promotion..
It is true then, that First Timers are at a higher risk of being relegated straight away. First Timers are however, no less likely to go on and become an established PL side, so there is cause for optimism amongst next years virgins..
 
Brighton Fans can look to Stoke City as the model for 'True First-Timers' establishing themselves in the PL after being runners up in the Championship.
Huddersfield Fans can only really turn to Swansea City for inspiration when looking at noob teams who have established themselves in the PL via the playoffs.
Huddersfield fans may also be alarmed when they look at other first timers who have been promoted via the playoffs.. Every other team besides Swansea have been relegated at the first attempt. Amongst them are the horrid Watford side who were relegated from the PL in 1999-00 with a then record low pts tally.
 

How well does this model perform on 2015/16 promoted teams?

Burnley - 15/16 Champions: Andre Gray Top Scored with 23 (31.9%) of Burnley's total goals (72), but he actually got 25 for the season as he scored 2 for Brentford. Whilst they did not score sackfulls of goals, Burnley had a healthy Goal Difference (+37), so under the model above you would expect them to make a case for survival. They did in fact manage to stay up.
Middlesbrough - 15/16 Runners Up: David Nugent Top scored for Boro with a lowly 8 (12%) of Boro's total Goals (69). Whilst they had a very strong defensive record, they did not score enough goals in the Championship, and that was ultimately their undoing in the PL this year. The model would have predicted that Boro would be relegated, and again it would have been correct.
Hull - 15/16 Playoffs: Were always in danger as the Playoff team, and had a reasonable GD ratio. Again, Hull did not rip up the record books with their goal scoring (Only managed 69) but were not overly reliant on Abel Hernandez who scored 20 (28%) of their total. As Hull simply did not score enough, and were coming up through the playoffs, this would have been a marginal call. Given the data behind playoff teams success rates, the lack of Goals Scored and with an 'Average' Top scorer, it probably would have plumped for Hull to be relegated.
 
At the risk of Over simplifying this, there is a strong case for 'Scoring Goals' as the number 1 predictor of if a team is likely to stay up, and become an established PL side
 

What does this mean for the 2016/17 promoted clubs?

Newcastle are in a strong position, and history/form suggests that they will go on and gain a foothold in the PL. There is only a small chance they will be relegated based on their league finish, Total Goal scored, % of team goals scored by top scorer, and given their history as a PL side. Make no mistake, this is a very good Newcastle side, who should go on and become a fully fledged PL outfit over the next few years.
Brighton are well positioned to make a really good go at staying in the PL beyond 1 year. Yes they are a first time visitor, but first timers can go on to establish in the PL. Generally Runners up perform similarly to Champions, so given that this Brighton side matched the previous best tally achieved by a Runner Up, and were only a point behind Newcastle, the signs are there that this is a decent team. They were reliant on Glenn Murray more than Newcastle relied on Gayle, but not enough to make them one dimensional. Glenn Murray's age is a concern, but he done the business for Palace when landed in the PL in 13/14.
Reading and Huddersfield are both in for a whole lot of pain, whoever goes up. Neither side have a strong Goal Difference which suggests that they will struggle to pick up many points next year. History does not favour teams from the playoffs either, and with Reading holding the worst defence in the history of promoted teams, I would not bet against them going straight back down. Alarmingly Huddersfield have not scored anywhere near enough goals to make them look anything like staying longer than 1 year in the PL. Neither side have scored enough goals, and this is a big worry. It is possible if Huddersfield win promotion, they could go down with a record low points total. Whoever goes up, I would say, make an almost irrefutable case for coming straight back down.
 
So in summary, the Playoffs, although exciting, more often than not provide the Premier League with fodder. Good luck to the Playoff finalists next week. You both are sure as fuck gonna need it.
 
TLDR:
1. Points are not the only indicator of how successful promoted teams are/will be in the PL.
2. Teams who score lots of goals, but are not overly reliant on 1 striker tend to do very well in the PL.
3. Teams who concede a lot of goals in the Championship do badly in the PL.
4. Teams with strong Championship defences are able to survive in the PL in the Short Term but do not stay for long if they cannot score.
5. Teams that win the Championship are more likely to not only survive in the PL, but also to go on and prosper.
6. Playoff Teams are more likely to be relegated at the first attempt and are much less likely to go on and have a prolonged stay in the PL.
7. Newcastle have a VERY strong chance of staying up. They are well positoned to go on and become an established PL side.
8. Brighton have a good chance of staying up next year and are also in with a good chance of becoming an established PL side.
9. Reading and Huddersfield are both well and truly fucked.
 
Disclaimer: I might have just made this entire post to make myself and other Fulham fans feel better about not achieving promotion this year. There were some alarm bells that I should have heard ringing (lack of a top quality goal scorer in particular) that I perhaps underestimated as a fan.
All in all, it will look as though this is the most amount of effort anyone has ever made to rub salt in a winners face, and yeah you'd probably be right. What you gonna do?
 
EDIT: Please also allow me to draw attention to my Previous post "An Analysis of English Football League Managers based on Previous Pedigree as a Professional" which predicted that Newcastle and Brighton would be promoted... although this was after half a season...I also plumped for spurs in that post... so don't believe everything you read on the Internet kids.
 
EDIT 2: Thanks to anon who gilded this within 10 minutes of it being posted.
EDIT 3: Holy shit double gold! Thanks Anon!
EDIT 4: WTF?! Guys it's already been gilded! STOP! .. I dont want a snoovatar!!
EDIT 5: 5x Gold. I have officially peaked.
EDIT 6: Guys What the hell seriously. Went out to walk the dog and this got gilded 4 more times!! 9 Golds? I'm like Usain Bolt or something
EDIT 7: Well .. I am lost for words. This post has been gilded 10 times, making it (I think) the second highest gilded post of all time in soccer, only 1 behind Leicester City are Premier League Champions which got 11. I don't know what else to say..
Thanks to everyone for the gold, the karma and for all the comments and support!
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2020 Euro qualifications round-up: scores and match sheets

GROUP A:
Czech Republic - Bulgaria 2-1 (Ismail Isa, Schick, Schick).
CZR (4231): Vaclik (Sevilla); Kaderabek (Hoffenheim), Marek Suchy (Basel), Celutska (Antalyaspor), Filip Novak (Trabzonspor); Pavelka (Kasimpasa), Soucek (Slavia Prague); Masopust (Slavia Prague; 66' Jan Kopic, Viktoria Plzen), Alex Kral (Slavia Prague), Jankto (Sampdoria; 82' Krejci, Bologna); Schick (Roma; 78' Dolezal, Jablonec).
BUL (4231): Nikolay Mihaylov (Levski Sofia); Strahil Popov (Kasimpasa), Kristian Dimitrov (Botev), Bozhikov (Slovan Bratislava), Nedyalkov (Ludogorets); Sarmov (Etar), Krystian Malinov (CSKA Sofia; 64' Karabelyov, Slavia Sofia); Minchev (Cherno More; 46' Despodov, Cagliari), Ivelin Popov (Rostov), Nedelev (Botev; 82' Chunchukov, Slavia Sofia); Ismail Isa (Dunav).

Montenegro - Kosovo 1-1 (Rashica; Mugosa).
MON (4231): Milan Mijatovic (B.Podgorica); Marusic (Lazio), Igor Vujacic (Zeta Golubovac), Marko Simic (Pakhtakor), Tomasevic (free agent; 71' Boljevic, Waasland-Beveren); Kosovic (Kairat Almaty), Scekic (Partizan; 59' Marko Bakic, Mouscron); Marko Jankovic (SPAL; 85' Vladimir Jovovic, Jablonec), Mugosa (Incheon UTD), Vesovic (Legia Warsaw); Beqiraj (Maccabi Netanya).
KOS (4231): Arijanet Muric (MCity); Mergim Vojvoda (Mouscron), Amir Rrahmani (DZagreb), Fidan Aliti (Kalmar), Paqarada (Sandhausen; 69' Kololli, Zurich); Besar Halimi (Brondby), Idriz Voca (Luzern); Rashica (Werder Bremen), Celina (Swansea; 78' Elba Rashani, Odds), Arber Zeneli (Reims; 39' Zhegrova, Basel); Muriqi (Rizespor).

Czech Republic - Montenegro 3-0 (Jankto, own goal by Kopitovic, Schick).
CZR (4231): Vaclik (Sevilla); Kaderabek (Hoffenheim), Marek Suchy (Basel), Celutska (Antalyaspor), Filip Novak (Trabzonspor); Pavelka (Kasimpasa), Soucek (Slavia Prague); Masopust (Slavia Prague; 39' Jan Kopic, Viktoria Plzen), Alex Kral (Slavia Prague), Jankto (Sampdoria; 74' Krejci, Bologna); Schick (Roma; 88' Libor Kozak, Slovan Liberec).
MON (4231): Milan Mijatovic (B.Podgorica); Marusic (Lazio; 60' Marko Jankovic, SPAL), Igor Vujacic (Zeta Golubovac), Kopitovic (Curaricki), Risto Radunovic (Astra Giurgiu); Kosovic (Kairat Almaty), Nikola Vukcevic (Levante; 67' Vukan Savicevic, Wisla Krakow); Vesovic (Legia Warsaw), Marko Bakic (Mouscron), Vladimir Jovovic (Jablonec); Mugosa (Incheon UTD; 85' Beqiraj, Maccabi Netanya).

Bulgaria - Kosovo 2-3 (Rashica; Ivelin Popov, Kristian Dmitrov; Muriqi, Elbasan Rashani).
BUL (4411): Nikolay Mihaylov (Levski Sofia); Strahil Popov (Kasimpasa), Nedyalkov (Ludogorets), Bozhikov (Slovan Bratislava; 46' Kristian Dmitrov, Botev Plovdiv), Ivan Goranov (Levski Sofia); Nedelev (Botev Plovdiv; 70' Georgi Iliev, Cherno More Varna), Galin Ivanov (Szombathleyi), Kostandinov (Arseanl Tula), Despodov (Cagliari); Ivelin Popov (Rostov); Ismail Isa (Dunav; 79' Chunchukov, Slavia Sofia).
KOS (4231): Arijanet Muric (MCity); Mergim Vojvoda (Mouscron; 62' Hadergjonaj, Huddersfield), Amir Rrahmani (DZagreb), Fidan Aliti (Kalmar), Kololli (Zurich); Besar Halimi (Brondby), Idriz Voca (Luzern; 62' Anel Rashkaj, Eskilstuna); Rashica (Werder Bremen), Celina (Swansea), Arber Zeneli Zhegrova (Basel; 78' Elbasan Rashani, Odds); Muriqi (Rizespor).

ENG 6 (2), CZR 6 (3), KOS 5 (3), MON 2 (4), BUL 2 (4).

GROUP B:
Ukraine - Serbia 5-0 (Tsygankov, Tsigankov, Konoplianka, Yaremchuk, Konoplianka).
UKR (433): Pyatov (SDonetsk); Karavaiev (Zorya), Kryvtsov (SDonetsk), Matviienko (SDonetsk), Mykolenko (DKyiv); Zinchenko (MCity), Stepanenko (SDonetsk; 72' Shepelev, DKyiv), Malinovsky (Genk); Tsigankov (DKyiv), Yaremchuk (Gent; 67' Kravets, Kayserispor), Konoplianka (Schalke; 76' Viktor Kovalenko, SDonetsk).
SER (352): Dmitrovic; Milenkovic (Fiorentina), Uros Spajic (Krasnodar), Kolarov (Roma); Gacinovc (Eintracht), Tadic (Ajax), Nikola Maksimovic (Getafe), Ljajic (Besiktas; 60' Fejsa, Benfica), Kostic (Eintracht); Jovic (Real Madrid; 72' Darko Lazovic, Genoa), Prijovic (Ittihad; 53' Alksandar Mitrovic, Fulham).

Lithuania - Luxembourg 1-1 (Gerson Rodrigues; Novikovas).
LIT (4231): Bartkus (Kiryat); Mikoliunas (Zalgiris), Palionis (Regensburg), Klimavicius (Dinamo Bucarest), Andriuskevicius (Suduva); Slivka (Hibernian), Vorobjovas (Zalgiris); Chrnykh (DMoscow; 89' Kazlauskas, Riteriai), Golubickas (Suduva), Novikovas (Jagiellonia); Valskis (Hapoel Tel Aviv; 55' Laukzemis, NK Istra).
LUX (4141): Anthony Moris (RE Virton); Laurent Jans (Metz), Lars Gerson (Norrkoping), Selimovic (Apollon Limassol), Dick Carlson (Zurich; 61' Malegt, Dudelange); Christopher Martins Pereira (Troyes); Vincent Thill (Pau; 80' Danel Sinani, Dudelange), Leandro Barreiro Martins (Mainz), Olivier Thill (Ufa), Gerson Rodrigues (Jubilo Iwata); Turpel (Dudelange).

Serbia - Lithuania 4-1 (Aleksandar Mitrovic, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Jovic, Ljajic).
SER (4231): Dmitrovic; Rukavina (Astana), Milenkovic (Fiorentina), Uros Spajic (Krasnodar), Kolarov (Roma); sasa Lukic (Torino), Nemanja Maksimovic (Getafe); Tadic (Ajax; 81' Ljajic, Besiktas), Jovic (Real Madrid; 87' Aleksandar Katai, Chicago Fire), Kostic (Eintracht Frankfurt; 71' Andrija Zivkovic, Benfica); Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham).
LIT (4231): Bartkus (Kiryat); Barakyvas (Zalgiris), Algis Jankauskas (Suduva; 46' Chvedukas, Waterford), Klimavicius (Dinamo Bucarest), Andriuskevicius (Suduva); Slivka (Hibernian), Palionis (Regensburg); Chrnykh (DMoscow; 69' Deimantas Petravicius, Falkirk), Simkus (Zalgiris), Novikovas (Jagiellonia); Laukzemis (NK Istra; 77' Nerijus Valskis, Hapoel Tel Aviv)

Ukraine - Luxembourg 1-0 (Mykolenko).
UKR (433): Pyatov (SDonetsk); Karavaiev (Zorya), Kryvtsov (SDonetsk), Matviienko (SDonetsk), Mykolenko (DKyiv); Zinchenko (MCity), Stepanenko (SDonetsk), Malinovsky (Genk); Tsigankov (DKyiv; 88' Eduard Sobol, Jablonec), Yaremchuk (Gent), Konoplianka (Schalke; 80' Viktor Kovalenko, SDonetsk).
LUX (4231): Anthony Moris (RE Virton); Laurent Jans (Metz), Lars Gerson (Norrkoping), Maxime Chanot (NYFC), Marvin Martins (Progres Niederkorn); Christopher Martins Pereira (Troyes); Vincent Thill (Pau), Leandro Barreiro Martins (Mainz), Olivier Thill (Ufa; 77' Turpel, Dudelange), Gerson Rodrigues (Jubilo Iwata); Daniel da Mota (Racing Union; 52' Fola Esch).

UKR 10 (4), LUX 4 (4), SER 4 (3), POR 2 (2), LIT 1 (3).

GROUP C:
Estonia - Northern Ireland 1-2 (Vassiljev; Conor Washington, Magennis).
EST (4231): Lepmets (Levadia); Teniste (Brann; 85' Gert Kams, Flora), Vihmann (Stabaek), Karol Mets (AIK), Artur Pikk (Miedz Legnica); Artjom Dmitrijev (Okzhepets), Mattias Kait (Fulham; 84' Joonas Tamm, Korona Kielce); Sergei Zenjov (Shakhter), Vassiljev (Flora), Sinyavskyi (Flora); Sappinen (Den Bosch; 61' Sorga, Flora).
NIR (433): Peacock-Farrell (Leeds); Micheal Smith (Heart; 64' Jordan Jones, Kilmarnock), Cathcart (Watford), Jonny Evans (Leicester), Jamal Lewis (Norwich); Steven Davis (Southampton), Paddy McNair (Sunderland), Saville (Middlesbrough; 69' Magennis, Bolton); Gavin Whyte (Oxford), Liam Boyce (Burton; 46' Conor Washington, Sheffield UTD), Stuart Dallas (Leeds).

Belarus - Germany 0-2 (Leroy Sane, Marco Reus).
BLR (3412): Gutor (DBrest); Naumov (Zhetysu), Martynovich (Krasnodar), Polyakov (Ural); Shitov (DMoscow), Dragun (BATE), Maevskyi (Astana), Maksim Volodko (Arsenal Tula); Gromykon (Soligorsk; 57' Korzun, Al Fateh); Yuri Kovalev (Shakhtjor; 69' Gordejchuk, Tobol), Laptev (DBrest; 62' Skavysh, BATE).
GER (343): Neuer (BMunich); Ginter (BMonchengladbach), Sule (BMunich), Tah (BLeverkusen); Klostermann (RBL), Gundogan (MCity; 81' Goretzka, BMunich), Kimmich (BMunich), Nico Schulz (BDortmund); Gnabry (BMunich; 71' Draxler, PSG), Reus (BDortmund; 76' Brandt, BDortmund), Leroy Sane (MCity).

Belarus - Northern Ireland 0-1 (Paddy McNair)
BLR (3412): Gutor (DBrest); Naumov (Zhetysu), Martynovich (Krasnodar), Polyakov (Ural); Shitov (DMoscow; 71' Oleg Veretilo, Dynami Brest), Nikita Korzun (Al Fateh; 46' Kislyak, Dynamo Brest), Maevskyi (Astana), Igor Stasevich (BATE); Yuri Kovalev (Soligors); Nekhajchik (Dynamo Brest), Shikavka (AE Larissa; 58' Laptev, Dynamo Brest).
NIR (433): Peacock-Farrell (Leeds); Micheal Smith (Heart), Cathcart (Watford), Jonny Evans (Leicester), Jamal Lewis (Norwich); Steven Davis (Southampton), Paddy McNair (Sunderland), Corry Evans (Blackburn; 69' George Saville, Middlesbrough); Magennis (Bolton; 58' Stuart Dallas, Leeds), Conor Washington (Sheffield UTD; 72' Kyle Lafferty, Rangers), Jordan Jones (Kilmarnock).

Germany - Estonia 8-0 (Reus, Gnabry, Goretzka, Gundogan, Reus, Gnabry, Timo Werner, Leroy Sane).
GER (343): Neuer (BMunich); Ginter (BMonchengladbach), Sule (BMunich), Kehrer (PSG); Kimmich (BMunich), Gundogan (MCity; 53' Draxler, PSG), Goretzka (BMunich), Nico Schulz (BDortmund; 46' Halstenberg, RBL); Gnabry (BMunich), Reus (BDortmund; 66' Timo Werner, RBL), Leroy Sane (MCity).
EST (4231): Lepmets (Levadia); Teniste (Brann), Vihmann (Stabaek), Joonas Tamm (Korona Kielce), Artur Pikk (Miedz Legnica); Artjom Dmitrijev (Okzhepets; 59' Mattias Kait, Fulham), Karol Mets (AIK); Gert Kams (Flora), Vassiljev (Flora; 82' Vladislav Kreida, Flora), Sander Puri (Kalju Nomme); Sergei Zenjov (Shakhter; 7&' Henrik Ojaama, Miedz Ledgnica).

NIR 12 (4), GER 9 (3), OLA 3 (2), BLR 0 (4) , EST 0 (3).

GROUP D:
Denmark - Ireland 1-1 (Hojbjerg; Shane Duffy).
DEN (4231): Schmeichel (Leicester); Dalsgaard (Brentford), Kjaer (Sevilla), Andreas Christensen (Chelsea), Jen Stryger Larsen (Udinese); Schone (Ajax; 72' Hojbjerg, Southampton), Delaney (Borussia Dortmund); Yussuf Poulsen (RBL), Eriksen (Tottenham), Braithwaite (Leganes; 65' Dolberg, Ajax); Nicolai Jorgensen (Feyenoord).
IRE (451): Darren Randolph (Middlesbroug); Coleman (Everton), Shane Duffy (Brighton), Richard Keogh (Derby), Enda Stevens (Sheffield UTD); Brady (Burnley; 66' Alan Judge, Ipswich), Hendrick (Burnley), Whelan (Aston Villa), Hourihane (Aston Villa; 82' Scott Hogan, Aston Villa), McClean (Stoke); McGoldrick (Sheffield UTD; 88' Callum Robinson, Preston).

Georgia - Gibraltar 3-0 (Gvilia, Papunashvili, Arveladze).
GEO (4231): Giorgi Loria (Magdeburg); Kakabadze (Luzern), Kashia (SJ Earthquakes), Grigalava (Arsenal Tula), Levan Kharabadze (Zurich); Kankava (Tobol Kostanay; 77' Mchedlidze, Empoli), Kvekveskiri (Tobol Kostanay); Merebashvili (Wisla Plock; 72' Kiteishvili, Sturm Graz), Gvilia (Gornik), Kvaratskhelia (LMoscow; 47' Papunashvili, Zaragoza); Arveladze (Korona).
GIB (3412): Kyle Golwin (Gibraltar UTD); Annesley (Blackburn; 86' Erin Barnett, Gibraltar UTD), Joseph Chipolina (Lincoln), Roy Chipolina (Lincoln); Jack Sergeant (West Didsbury), Anthony Hernandez (Lincoln), Tjay de Barr (Europa FC), Jayce Olivero (Abingdon); Anthony Bardon (free agent; 77' Coombes, West Didsbury); Liam Walker (Europa FC), Lee Casciaro (Lincoln; 65' Alain Pons, Lincoln).

Ireland - Gibraltar 2-0 (own goal by Joseph Chipolina, Robbie Brady).
IRE (44Z): Darren Randolph (Middlesbroug); Coleman (Everton), Shane Duffy (Brighton), Richard Keogh (Derby), Enda Stevens (Sheffield UTD); Callum Robinson (Preston; 73' Robbie Brady, Burnley), Hendrick (Burnley), Hourihane (Aston Villa), McClean (Stoke); McGoldrick (Sheffield UTD), Scott Hogan (Aston Villa; 66' Sean Maguire, Preston).
GIB (352): Kyle Golwin (Gibraltar UTD); Annesley (Blackburn), Joseph Chipolina (Lincoln), Roy Chipolina (Lincoln); Jack Sergeant (West Didsbury), Anthony Hernandez (Lincoln; 76' Ethan Jolley, Europa FC), Tjay de Barr (Europa FC), Alain Pons (Lincoln Red Imps; 64' Ethan Britto, Mons Calpe), Jayce Olivero (Abingdon); Liam Walker (Europa FC), Lee Casciaro (Lincoln; 9' Anthony Bardon, free agen).

Denmark - Georgia 5-1 (Dolberg; Lobjanidze; Eriksen, Dolberg, Yussuf Poulsen, Braithwaite).
DEN (4231): Schmeichel (Leicester); Ankersen (Copenhagen), Kjaer (Sevilla; 36' Matthias "Zanka" Jorgensen, Huddersfield), Andreas Christensen (Chelsea), Jen Stryger Larsen (Udinese); Hojbjerg (Southampton), Delaney (Borussia Dortmund); Yussuf Poulsen (RBL; 75' Braithwaite, Leganes), Eriksen (Tottenham), Robert Skov (Copenhagen; 62' Daniel Wass, Valencia); Dolberg (Ajax).
GEO (4321): Giorgi Loria (Magdeburg); Kakabadze (Luzern), Kashia (SJ Earthquakes), Grigalava (Arsenal Tula), Navalovski (Dinamo Batunni; 79' Lasha Dvali, Ferencvaros); Kankava (Tobol Kostanay), Lasha Parunashvili (Esbjerg; 58' Giorgi Papunashvili, Zaragoza), Kvekveskiri (Tobol Kostanay); Gvilia (Gornik), Kiteishvili (Strum Graz; 73' Elguza Lobjanidze, FK Taraz); Saba Lobjanidze (Randers).

IRE 10 (4), DEN 5 (3), SWI 4 (2), GEO 3 (4), GIB 0 (3).

GROUP E:

Azerbaijan - Hungary 1-3 (Willi Orban, Willi Orban; Madatov: David Holman).
AZE (4141): Salahat Agayev (Neftchi); Maksim Medvedev (Qarabag), Mammadov (Qarabag), Huseynov (Qarabag), Krivotsyuk (Neftchi); Qarayev (Qarabag); Madatov (Qarabag; 74' Araz Abdullayev, Qarabag), Richard Almeida (Qarabag), Dimitrij Nazarov (Erzgebirge AUE; 86' Rufat Dadashov, Presussen Munster), Sheydaev (Krylya Sovetov); Renat Dadashov (Estoril; 59' Ramazanov, Sabail).
HUN (4231): Gulacsi (RBL); Lovrencsics (Ferencvaros), Willi Orban (RBL), Barath (Kansas), Korhut (Aris Saloniki); Adam Nagy (Bologna), Klenheisler (Osijek; 72' Patkai, MOL Vidi); Dzsudzsak (Ittihad; 86' Krisztian Nemeth, Kansas), Szoboszlai (RBS; 58' David Holman, Slovan Bratislava); Dominik Nagy (Legia Warsaw); Szalai (Hoffenheim).

Croatia - Wales 2-1 (James Lawrence own goal, Perisic: David Brooks).
CRO (4231): Livakovic (DZagreb); Jedvaj (BLeverkusen), Dejan Lovren (Liverpool), Vida (Besiktas), Borna Barisic (Rangers); Modric (Real Madrid), Brozovic (Inter); Brekalo (Wolfsburg; 67' Mario Pasalic, Atalanta), Kovacic (Chelsea; 76' Badelj, Lazio), Perisic (Inter; 90' Mile Skoric, Osijek); Kramarci (Hoffenheim).
WAL (4231): Hennessy (Crystal Palace); Connor Roberts (Swansea), Mepham (Bournemouth), James Lawrence (Anderlecht), Ben Davies (Tottenhalm); Joe Allen (Stoke), Matthew Smith (Twente; 65' David Brooks, Bournemouth); Harry Wilson (Derby), Vaulks (Rotherham; 66' Ampadu, Chelsea), Daniel James (Swansea; 79' Matondo, Schalke); Bale (Real Madrid).

Hungary - Wales 1-0 (Mate Patkai).
HUN (4231): Gulacsi (RBL); Lovrencsics (Ferencvaros), Willi Orban (RBL), Barath (Kansas), Korhut (Aris Saloniki); Adam Nagy (Bologna),Mate Patkai (MOL Vidi); Dzsudzsak (Ittihad; 71' Klenheisler, Astana), Szoboszlai (RBS; 83' Barnabas Bese, le Havre); Holender (Honved; 59' Roland Varga, Ferencvaros); Szalai (Hoffenheim).
WAL (Hennessy (Crystal Palace); Chris Gunter (Reading), Ashley Williams (Everton), James Lawrence (Anderlecht), Ben Davies (Tottenhalm); Joe Allen (Stoke), Ethan Ampadu (Chelsea. 54' Matthew Smith, Twente); Daniel James (Manchester United), David Brooks (Bournemouth; 73' Harry Wilson, Derby), Tom Lawrence (Derby; 79' Vokes, Stoke); Bale (Real Madrid).

Azerbaijan - Slovakia 1-5 (Lobotka, Kucka; Sheydaev; Hamsik, Hamsik).
AZE (Salahat Agayev (Neftchi); Maksim Medvedev (Qarabag), Anton Krivotsyuk (Neftchi), Huseynov (Qarabag), Shahriyar Rahimov (Sabail); Qarayev (Qarabag); Araz Abdullayev (Qarabag; 89' Renat Dadashov, Estoril), Richard Almeida (Qarabag), Rashad Eyubov (Sabah; 79' Emin Makhmudov, Neftchi), Sheydaev (Krylya Sovetov); Ramazanov (Sabail; 61' Emreli, Qarabag).
SVK (433): Dubravka (Newcastle); Pekarik (Hertha), Skriniar (Inter), Vavro (Copenhaghen), Hancko (Fiorentina); Hamsik (DL Yinfang; 86' Haraslin, Lechia Gdansk), Lobotka (Celta Vigo; 84' Jan Gregus, Minnesota), Kucka (Parma); Rusnak (Real Salt Lake), Bozenik (Zlin; 71' Duda, Hertha), Robert Mal (Zenit).

HUN 9 (4), SVK 6 (3), CRO 6 (3), WAL 3 (3), AZE 0 (3).

GROUP F:
Faroe Islands - Spain 1-4 (Sergio Ramos, Jesus Navas; Klaemint Olsen; Gestsson own goal, Gaya).
FRO (4231): Gestsson (Torshavn); Gilli Sorensen (Brann), Gregersen (Vikingur), Odmar Faero (HamKam), Viljormur Davidsen (Vejle); Brandur Olsen (Hafnarfjordur), Vatnsdal (Fremad Amager; 74' Rogvi Baldvinsson, Bryne); Vatnhamar (Vikingur), Hallur Hansson (Horsens), Frederiksberg (Torshavn; 86' Meinhard Olsen, Kristiansund); Klaemint Olsen (NSI Runavik; 68' Patrik Johannesen, Klaksvik).
SPA (433): Kepa (Chelsea); Jesus Navas (Sevilla), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid; 46' Diego Llorente, Real Sociedad), Hermoso (Espanyol), Gaya (Valencia); Sergi Roberto (Barcelona), Rodri (Atletico Madrid), Santi Cazorla (Villarreal); Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo; 56' Asensio, Real Madrid), Morata (Atletico Madrid), Isco (Real Madrid; 74' Fabian Ruiz, Napoli).

Sweden - Malta 3-0 (Quaison, Claesson, Isak).
SWE (442): Robin Olsen (Roma); Lustig (Celtic), Pontus Jansson (Leeds), Helander (Bologna), Augustinsson (Werder Bremen); Forsbger (RBL), Kristoffer Olsson (Kransodar), Ekdal (Sampdoria; 77' Sebastian Larsson, AIK), Claesson (Krasnodar); Quaison (Mainz; 85' Guidetti, Alaves), Marcus Berg (Al Ain; 68' Isak, Borussia Dortmund).
MAL (541): Bonello (Valletta); Juan Corbolan (Gzira), Agius (Hibernians), Steve Borg (Valletta; 80' Ferdinando Apa, Victoria Hotspurs), Zach Muscat (Olhanense), Joseph Mbong (Hibernians); Effiong (Balzan), Luke Gambin (Luton Town), Rowen Muscat (Valletta), Grech (Hibernians; 64' Paul Fenech, Balzan); Luke Montebello (Birkirkara; 71' Kyrian Nwoko, Valletta).

Norway - Romania 2-2 (Tarik Elyounoussi, Odegaard; Keseru, Keseru).
NOR (4231) : Grytebust (Odense); Elabdellaoui (Olympiakos), Nordtveit (Hoffenheim), Ajer (Celtic), Alesaami (Palermo); Selnaes (Shenzhen), Berge (Genk); Odegaard (Vitesse), Markus Henriksen (Hull City), Tarik Elyounoussi (AIK; 84' Ola Kamara, Shenzhen); Joshua King (Bournemouth).
ROM (442): Tatarusanu (Nantes); Chipchiu (Sparta Prague), Sapunaru (Kayserispor), Grigore (Ludogorets), Tosca (PAOK); Deac (Cluj), Paul Anton (Krylya Sovetov), Nicolae Stanciu (Al Ahli; 71' Alexandru Maxim, Mainz), Grozav (Kisvarda; 60' Ianis Hagi, Vitorul); George Puscas (Palermo; Tucudean, Cluj), Keseru (Ludogorets).

Spain - Sweden 3-0 (Sergio Ramos, Morata, Oyarzabal).
SPA (433): Kepa (Chelsea); Carvajal (Real Madrid), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Iñigo Martinez (Real Sociedad; 88' Diego Llorente, Real Sociedad), Jordi Alba (Barcelona); Dani Parejo (Valencia), Sergio Busquets (Barcelona), Fabian Ruiz (Napoli); Asensio (Real Madrid; 65' Morata, Atletico Madrid), Rodrigo (Valencia; 71' Oyarzabal, Real Sociedad), Isco (Real Madrid).
SWE (442): Robin Olsen (Roma); Lustig (Celtic), Pontus Jansson (Leeds), Helander (Bologna), Augustinsson (Werder Bremen); Forsbger (RBL), Ekdal (Sampdoria; 86' Kristoffer Olsson, Midtjylland), Sebastian Larsson (AIK; 82' Isak, Borussia Dortmund), Claesson (Krasnodar; 27' Jakub Johansson, Rennes); Quaison (Mainz), Marcus Berg (Al Ain)

Malta - Romania 0-4 (George Puscas, George Puscas, Chipchiu, Dennis Man).
MAL (541): Bonello (Valletta); Juan Corbolan (Gzira; 84' Luke Montebello, Birkirkara), Agius (Hibernians), Steve Borg (Valletta, Zach Muscat (Olhanense), Joseph Zerafa (Valletta); Effiong (Balzan), Luke Gambin (Luton Town; 67' Mifsud, Birkirkara), Rowen Muscat (Valletta), Fenech (Balzan; 59' Jake Grech, Hibernians); Joseph Mbong (Hibernians).
ROM (442): Tatarusanu (Nantes); Chipchiu (Sparta Prague), Nedelcearu (Ufa; 35' Sapunaru, Kayserispor), Iulian Cristea (Steaua Bucarest), Nicosur Bancu (CSU Craiova); Ianis Hagi (Vitorul), Razvan Marin (Standard Liege), Tudor Baluta (Vitorul), Alexandru Maxim (Mainz; 74' Rotariu, Astana); George Puscas (Palermo), Keseru (Ludogorets; 65' Dennis Man, Steaua Bucarest).

Faroe Islands - Norway 0-2 (Bjorn Johnsen, Bjorn Johnsen).
FOR 4231): Gestsson (Torshavn); Gilli Sorensen (Brann), Gregersen (Vikingur), Odmar Faero (HamKam), Viljormur Davidsen (Vejle); Brandur Olsen (Hafnarfjordur), Rogvi Baldvinsson (Bryne); Vatnhamar (Vikingur; 69' Frederiksberg, Torshavn), Hallur Hansson (Horsens), Rene Joensen (Grindavik; 84' Vatnsdal, Fremad Amager); Klaemint Olsen (NSI Runavik; 89' Patrik Johannesen, Klavsik)
NOR (4231): Andre Hansen (Rosenborg) ; Elabdellaoui (Olympiakos), Nordtveit (Hoffenheim), Ajer (Celtic), Alesaami (Palermo); Selnaes (Shenzhen), Berge (Genk); Odegaard (Vitesse), Markus Henriksen (Hull City), Tarik Elyounoussi (AIK); Bjorn Johnsen (AZ).

SPA 12, SWE 7, ROM 7, NOR 5, MAL 4, FRO 0.

GROUP G:
Macedonia - Poland 0-1 (Piatek).
MKD (352): Dimitrievski (Rayo Vallecano); Velkovski (Rijeka), Bejtulai (Shkendija), Musliu (Shkendija); Stefan Ristovski (Sporting Lisbon; 76' Arijan Ademi, DZagreb), Bardhi (Levante), Elmas (Fenerbahce), Boban Nikolov (MOL Vidi; 62' Trajkovski, Palermo), Ezgjan Alioski (Leeds); Nestorovski (Palermo), Pandev (Genoa; 85' Ferhan Hasani, Al Raed).
POL (4231): Fabianski (West Ham); Kedziora (DKyiv), Glik (Monaco), Bednarek (Southampton), Bereszynski (Sampdoria); Klich (Leeds; 90' Goralski, Ludogorets), Krychowiak (Lokomotiv Moskow); Frankowski (Chicago Fire; 46' Piatek, Milan), Zielinski (Napoli), Grosicki (Hull City; 70' Rybus, Lokomotiv Moskow); Lewandowski (Bayern Munchen).

Latvia - Israel 0-3 (Zahavi, Zahavi, Zahavi).
LAT (4231): Steinbors (Arka Gdynia); Savalnieks (RFS), Marcis Oss (Neuchatel Xamax), Kaspars Dubra (Irtysh), Vitalijs Maksimenko (Olimpija); Kristers Tobers (Liepaja), Laizans (Riga; 79' Ritvars Rugins, Riga); Deniss Rakels (Pafos), Karasausks (Riga; 67' Vladimir Kamess, SKA Khabarovsk), Janis Ikaunieks (Liepaja; 58' Ciganiks, Cambuur); Gutkovskis (Termalica).
ISR (352): Ariel Harush (Hapoel Beer Sheva); Loai Taha (Hapoel Beer Sheva), Nir Bitton (Celtic), Sheran Yeini (Maccabi Tel Aviv); Eli Dasa (Maccabi Tel Aviv), Natcho (Olympiakos), Dor Peretz (Maccabi Tel Aviv), Kayal (Brighton; 73' Dan Glazer, Maccabi Tel Aviv), Omri Ben Harush (Lokeren; 81' Yonatan Cohen, Maccabi Tel Aviv); Zahavi (Guangzhou), Dia Saba (Gunagzhou; 66' Ben Sahar, Hapoel Beer Sheva).

Austria - Slovenia 1-0 (Burgstaller).
AUS (4231): Lindner (Grasshoppers); Lainer (RBS), Dragovic (Bayer Leverkusen), Hinteregger (Augsburg), Ulmer (RBS); Laimer (RBL; 82' Ilsanker, RBL), Schalger (RBS); Lazaro (Hertha Berlin), Sabitzer (RBL; 71' Burgstaller, Schalke), Alaba (Bayern Munich; 90' Florian Kainz, Koln); Arnautovic (West Ham).
SLO (4321): Oblak (Atletico Madrid); Petar Stojanovic (DZagreb), Mevlja (Rostov), Aljaz Struna (Houston), Bojan Jokis (Ufa); Kurtic (SPAL), Bijol (CSKA; 63' Denis Popovic, Orenburg), Zajc (Fenerbahce; 69' Damjan Bohar, Zaglebie Lubin); Ilicic (Atalanta), Crnigoj (Lugano; 78' Robert Beric, Saint-Etienne); Sporar (Slovan Bratislava).

Poland - Israel 4-0 (Piatek, Lewandowski, Grosicki, Kadzior).
POL (442): Fabianski (West Ham); Kedziora (DKyiv), Glik (Monaco), Bednarek (Southampton), Bereszynski (Sampdoria); Zielinski (Napoli), Klich (Leeds; 75' Goralski, Ludogorets), Krychowiak (Lokomotiv Moskow) Grosicki (Hull City; 77' Kadzior, DZagreb); Lewandowski (Bayern Munchen), Piatek (Milan; 77' Milik, Napoli).
ISR (352): Ariel Harush (Hapoel Beer Sheva); Loai Taha (Hapoel Beer Sheva), Nir Bitton (Celtic; 82' Abd Elhamed, Hapoel Beer Sheva), Sheran Yeini (Maccabi Tel Aviv); Eli Dasa (Maccabi Tel Aviv), Natcho (Olympiakos), Dor Peretz (Maccabi Tel Aviv), Kayal (Brighton; 57' Almog Cohen, Ingolstadt), Omri Ben Harush (Lokeren; 81' Yonatan Cohen, Maccabi Tel Aviv); Zahavi (Guangzhou), Manor Solomon (SDonetks; 72' Dia Saba, Guangzhou).

Macedonia - Austria 1-4 (own goal by Hinteregger; Lazaro, Arnautovic, Arnautovic, own goal by Bejtulai).
MKD (4321): Dimitrievski (Rayo Vallecano); Stefan Ristovski (Sporting Lisbon), Velkovski (Rijeka), Bejtulai (Shkendija), Ezgjan Alioski (Leeds); Elmas (Fenerbahce; 55' Kire Ristevski, Ujpest), Arijan Ademi (DZagreb), Boban Nikolov (MOL Vidi; 67' Ferhan Hasani, Al Raed); Bardhi (Levante), Pandev (Genoa); Nestorovski (Palermo; 56' Radeski, Shkendija).
AUS (433): Lindner (Grasshoppers); Lainer (RBS), Dragovic (Bayer Leverkusen); 46' Posch, Hoffenheim), Hinteregger (Augsburg), Ulmer (RBS); Laimer (RBL), Ilsanker (RBL), Schalger (RBS); Lazaro (Hertha Berlin), Arnautovic (West Ham; 88' Burgstaller, Schalke), Sabitzer (RBL; 92' Schaub, Koln).

Latvia - Slovenia 0-5 (Crnigoj, Crnigoj, Ilicic, Ilicic, Zajc).
LAT (4231): Steinbors (Arka Gdynia); Savalnieks (RFS), Marcis Oss (Neuchatel Xamax), Kaspars Dubra (Irtysh), Vitalijs Maksimenko (Olimpija; 16' Jagodinskis, FK RFS); Kristers Tobers (Liepaja; 69' Rugins, Riga), Laizans (Riga); Deniss Rakels (Pafos; 78' Ontuzans, Bayern Munich), Janis Ikaunieks (Liepaja), Solovjovs (RFS); Vladislavs Gutkovskis (Bruk-Bet Termalica).
SLO (4321): Oblak (Atletico Madrid); Petar Stojanovic (DZagreb), Mevlja (Rostov), Aljaz Struna (Houston), Bojan Jokis (Ufa); Kurtic (SPAL), Denis Popovic (Orenburg; 77' Luka Zahovic, Maribor), Zajc (Fenerbahce; 64' Bijol, CSKA); Ilicic (Atalanta), Crnigoj (Lugano; 83' Zan Majer, Lecce); Robert Beric (Saint-Etienne).

POL 12, ISR 7, AUS 6, SLO 5, MKD 4, LIT 0.

GROUP H :
Turkey - France 2-0 (Ayhan, Cengiz Under).
TUR (433): Mert Gunok (Basaksheir); Zeki Celik (Lille), Demiral (Sassuolo), Ayhan (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Ali Kaldirim (Fenerbhace); Kahveci (Basaksheir; 80' Ozan Tufan, Alanyaspor), Tekdemir (Basaksheir), Tokoz (Besiktas; 90' Abdulkadir Omur, Trabzonspor); Cengiz Under (Roma; 85' Yusuf Yazici, Trabzonspor), Burak Yilmaz (Besiktas), Karaman (Fortuna Dusseldorf).
FRA (442): Lloris (Tottenham); Pavard (Bayern Munich), Varane (Real Madrid), Umtiti (Barcelona), Digne (Everton; 46' Ferland Mendy, OL); Griezmann (Atletico Madrid), Paul Pogba (Manchester United), Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham), Matuidi (Juventus; 46' Coman, Bayern Munich); Mbappe (PSG), Giroud (Chelsea; 72' ben Yedder, Seville).

Iceland - Albania 1-0 (Gudmundsson).
ICE (4411): Halldorsson (Valur); Hermannsson (Brondby), Arnason (Genclebirgi), Ragnar Sigurdsson (Rostov), Skulason (Lokeren); Gudmundsson (Burnley; 56' Traustason, Malmo), Bjarnason (Aston Villa), Aron Gunnarsson (Al Arabi), Runar Mar Sigurjonsson (Grasshopper; Arnor Sigurdsson, CSKA); Gyilfi Sigurdsson (Everton); Vidar Orn Kjartansson (Hammarby; 63' Sightorsson, AIK Solna).
ALB (433): Etrit Berisha (Atalanta); Hysaj (Napoli), Ismajli (Hajduk Split), Dermaku (Cosenza), Veseli (Empoli); Abrashi (Freiburg), Taulant Xhaka (Arsenal; 72' Ndoj, Brescia), Basha (ARIS; 67' Ergys Kace, Panathinaikos); Cikalleshi (Akhisarspor; 79' Armando Sadiku, Lugano), Balaj (Akhmat Grozny), Lenjani (Sion).

Moldavia - Andorra 1-0 (Igor Armas).
MOL (4231): Coselev (Fortuna Sittard); Ion Jardan (Petroclub), Igor Armas (Voluntari), Stefan Efros (Speranta), Reabciuk (Porto); Ionita (Cagliari), Catalin Carp (Ufa); Alexandru Antoniuc (Milsami Orhei; 64' Eugeniu Cociu, Sabail), Alexandru Suvorov (Sfintul; 50' Cebotaru, Sibir), Radu Ginsari (Hapoel Haifa); Damascan (Torino; 80' Alexandru Boiciuc, Sfintul).
AND (442): Josep Gomes (Santa Coloma); Jesus Rubio (Santa Coloma; 71' Alexandre Martinez, FC Andorra), Max Llovera (Santboia), Ildefons Lima (IC d'Escaldes), Moises San Nicolas (Santa Coloma); Ludovic Clemente (FC Andorra), Marc Rebes (Santa Coloma; 69' Sergio Moreno, IC d'Escaldes), Marc Vales (Sandefjord), Joan Cervos (FC Andorra); Jordi Alaez (FC Andorra; 82' Aaron Sanchez, Santa Coloma), Marcio Vieira (FC Monzon).

Iceland - Turkey 2-1 (Ragnar Sigurdsson, Ragnar Sigurdsson; Tokoz)
ICE (4411): Halldorsson (Valur); Hermannsson (Brondby), Arnason (Genclebirgi), Ragnar Sigurdsson (Rostov), Skulason (Lokeren; 69' Magnusson, CSKA); Gudmundsson (Burnley; 80' Traustason, Malmo), Aron Gunnarsson (Al Arabi), Hallfredsson (Udinese), Bjarnason (Aston Villa); Gyilfi Sigurdsson (Everton); Bodvarsson (Reading; 64' Sightorsson, AIK Solna).
TUR (433):Mert Gunok (Basaksheir); Zeki Celik (Lille), Demiral (Sassuolo), Ayhan (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Ali Kaldirim (Fenerbhace); Kahveci (Basaksheir; 63' Abdulkadir Omur, Trabzonspor), Ozan Tufan (Alanyaspor), Tokoz (Besiktas; 84' Guven Yalcin, Besiktas); Karaman (Fortuna Dusseldorf; 46' Yusuf Yazici, Trabzonspor), Burak Yilmaz (Besiktas), Calhanoglu (Milan).

Andorra - France 0-4 (Mbappe, ben Yedder, Thauvin, Kurt Zouma).
AND (442): Josep Gomes (Santa Coloma); Jesus Rubio (Santa Colom), Max Llovera (Santboia), Ildefons Lima (IC d'Escaldes), Moises San Nicolas (Santa Coloma); Alexandre Martinez (FC Andorra; 58' Jordi Rubio, Santa Coloma), Marc Rebes (Santa Coloma), Marc Vales (Sandefjord), Joan Cervos (FC Andorra; 81' Victor Rodriguez, Santa Coloma); Jordi Alaez (FC Andorra; 81' Juli Sanchez, Santa Coloma), Marcio Vieira (FC Monzon).
FRA (442): Lloris (Tottenham); Dubois (OL), Kurt Zouma (Everton), Lenglet (Barcelona), Ferland Mendy (OL); Griezmann (Atletico Madrid), Paul Pogba (Manchester United), Ndombele (OL; 64' Moussa Sissoko, Tottenham), Thauvin (OM; 81' Lemar, Atletico Madrid); Mbappe (PSG), ben Yedder (Sevilla; 73' Giroud, Chelsea).

Albania - Moldavia 2-0 (Cikalleshi, Ylber Ramadani).
ALB (433): Etrit Berisha (Atalanta); Hysaj (Napoli), Ismajli (Hajduk Split), Mavraj (Ingolstadt), Veseli (Empoli); Abrashi (Freiburg), Ylber Ramadani (Vejle), Ergys Kace (Panathinaikos; 84' Kristi Qose, Ruzomberok); Myrto Uzuni (NK Lokomotiva), Sadiku (Lugano; 59' Cikalleshi, Akhisarspor), Lenjani (Sion; 59' Odise Roshi, Akhmat Grozny).
MOL (4231): Coselev (Fortuna Sittard); Ion Jardan (Petroclub; 76' Dino Graur, Milsami Orhei), Igor Armas (Voluntari), Stefan Efros (Speranta), Reabciuk (Porto); Cebotaru (Sibir), Catalin Carp (Ufa); Alexandru Antoniuc (Milsami Orhei), Alexandru Suvorov (Sfintul; 74' Cociuc, Sabail), Radu Ginsari (Hapoel Haifa); Damascan (Torino; 70' Boiciuc, Sfintul).

FRA 9, TUR 9, ICE 9, ALB 6, MOL 3, AND 0.

GROUP I :
Belgium - Kazakistan 3-0 (Mertens, Castagne, Romelu Lukaku).
BEL (3421): Courtois (Real Madrid); Vertonghen (Tottenham), Alderweireld (Tottenham), Kompany (Anderlecht; 78' Vermaelen, Barcelona); Castagne (Atalanta), de Bruyne (Manchester City; 68' Tielemans, Leicester), Witsel (Borussia Dortmund), Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Monchengladbach); Eden Hazard (Real Madrid), Mertens (Napoli); Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United; 72' Batshuayi, Crystal Palace).
KAZ (541): Nepogodov (Ordabasy); Abzal Beysebekov (Astana), Erlanov (Ordabasy), Sergey Maily (Ordabasy), Marochkin (Kaysar), Vorgovskyi (Kairat Almaty); Maksim Fedin (Tobol Kostanay; 66' Aymbetov, Aktobe), Islambek Kuat (Kairat Almaty; 78' Tagybergen, Kaysar), Pertsukh (Astana), Georgi Zhukov (Kairat Almaty); Zhangylyshbay (Ordabasy; 46' Islamkhan, Kairat Almaty).

Russia - San Marino 9-0 (own goal Michele Cevoli, Dzyuba, Kudryashov, Anton Miranchuk, Dzyuba, Dzyuba, Smolov, Smolov, Dzyuba).
RUS (4231): Guilherme (Lokomotiv Moskow); Mario Fernandes (CSKA), Andrey Semenov (Akhmat Grozny), Dzhikiya (Spartak Moskow), Kudryashov (Basaksehir); Ozdoev (Zenit), Zobnin (Spartak Moskow; 73' Barinov, Lokomotiv Moskow); Aleksey Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moskow; 61' Ionov, Rostov), Golovin (Monaco), Anton Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moskow; 60' Smolov, Lokomotiv Moskow); Dzyuba (Zenit).
SMR (4231): Elia Benedettini (Novara); Fabio Vitaioli (Tropical Coriano), Michele Cevoli (San Marino), Andrea Grandoni (Marignanese), Manuel Battistini (AC Libertas); Alessandro Golinucci (Tropical Coriano; 64' Lunadei, FYA Riccione), Enrico Gollinucci (AC Libertas); Marcello Mularoni (CBR Carli Pietracut), Danilo Rinaldi (La Fiorita; 56' Fabio Ramon Tomassini, CBR Carli Pietracut), Mirko Palazzi (Tre Penne; 50' Luca Censoni, unknown); Matteo Vitaioli (Tropical Coriano).

Scotland - Cyprus 2-1 (Andy Robertson; Kousoulos; Oliver Burke).
SCO (433): David Marshall (Hull City); Stephen O'Donnell (Kilmarkock), Mulgrew (Blackburn), Scott McKenna (Aberdeen), Andy Robertson (Liverpool); John McGinn (Aston Villa; 79' Scott McTominay, Manchester United), Kenny McLean (Norwich), Callum McGregor (Celtic; 88' Stuart Armstrong, Southampton); James Forrest (Celtic), Brophy (Kilmarnock; 73' Oliver Burke, Celtic), Fraser (Bournemouth).
CYP (352): Urko Pardo (Alki Oroklini); Laifis (Standard Liege), Nikolas Ioannou (APOEL), Kousoulos (Omonia); Andreas Makris (AEL Limassol; 80' Ioannis Pittas, Enonis Neon Paralimni), Michalis Ioannou (Anorthosis; 66' Anthony Georgiou, Levante), Artymatas (APOEL), Spoljaric (Alki Oroklini; 70' Ionanis Kosti, Nea Salamis), Margaça (Nea Salamis); Georgios Efrem (APOEL), Pieros Sotiriou (Copenhagen).

Belgium - Scotland 3-0 (Romelu Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, de Bruyne).
BEL (3421): Courtois (Real Madrid); Alderweireld (Tottenham), Kompany (Anderlecht; 90' Vermaelen, Barcelona), Vertonghen (Tottenham); Meunier (PSG), Tielemans (Leicester; 78' Mertens, Napoli), Witsel (Borussia Dortmund), Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Dortmund; 90' Ferreira-Carrasco, DL Yinfang); De Bruyne (Manchester City), Eden Hazard (Real Madrid); Romeliu Lukaku (Manchetser United).
SCO (433): David Marshall (Hull City); Stephen O'Donnell (Kilmarkock), Mulgrew (Blackburn), Scott McKenna (Aberdeen), Greg Taylor (Kilmarnock); McTominay (Manchester United), Kenny McClean (Norwich), Stuart Armstrong (Southampton; 32' Fraser, Bournemouth); Johnny Russell (Kansas; 67' James Forrest, Celtic), Oliver Burke (Celtic), Callum McGregor (Celtic).

Russia - Cipro 1-0 (Ionov)
RUS (4231): Guilherme (Lokomotiv Moskow); Mario Fernandes (CSKA), Andrey Semenov (Akhmat Grozny), Dzhikiya (Spartak Moskow), Kudryashov (Basaksehir); Ozdoev (Zenit), Zobnin (Spartak Moskow; 78' Barinov, Lokomotiv Moskow); Ionov (Rostov; 92' Ilzat Akhmetov, CSKA), Golovin (Monaco), Anton Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moskow; 64' Aleksey Miranchuk, Lokomotiv Moskow); Dzyuba (Zenit).
CIP (352): Urko Pardo (Alki Oroklini); Laifis (Standard Liege), Nikolas Ioannou (APOEL), Kousoulos (Omonia); Andreas Makris (AEL Limassol; 81' Spoljaric, Alki Oroklini), Ioannis Kosti (Nea Salamina), Artymatas (APOEL), Margaça (Nea Salamis), Andreas Avraam (AEL Limassol; 71' Ioannis Pittas, Enonis Neon Paralimni); Anthony Georgiu (Levante; 46' Efrem, APOEL), Pieros Sotiriou (Copenhagen).

Kazakistan - San Marino 4-0 (Islambek Kuat, Maxim Fedin, Suyumbayev, Islamkhan).
KAZ (532): Nepogodov (Ordabasy); Vorogvskyi (Kairat), Erlanov (Ordabasy), Sergey Maily (Ordabasy), Shomko (Astana), Suyumbaev (Kairat); Tagybergen (Kaysar Kyzylorda), Islambek Kuat (Kairat Almaty; 84' Pertushk, Astana), Isamlhan (Kairat); Tursybek (Tobol; 69' Zhangylyshbay, Ordabasy), Aymbetov (Aktobe; 58' Maksim Fedin, Tobol).
SMR (4231): Elia Benedettini (Novara); Davide Cesarini (Tre Penne; 76' Manuel Battistini, Libertas), Fabio Vitaioli (Tropical Coriano), Cristian Brolli (Folgore), Andrea Grandoni (Marignanese); Lunadei (Riccione), Marcello Mularoni (Carli Pietracut); Micheal Battistini (Libertas; 46' Enrico Gollinucci, Libertas), Matteo Vitaioli (Tropical Coriano; 83' Filippo Berardi, Monopoli), Luca Censoni (unknown); Nicola Nanni (Crotone).

BEL 12, RUS 9, KAZ 6, SCO 6, CYP 3, SMR 0.

GROUP J:
Greece - Italy 0-3 (Barella, Lorenzo Insigne, Bonucci).
GRE (433): Barkas (AEK); Zeca (Copenhagen), Papastathipoulos (Arsenal), Manolas (Roma), Stafylidis (Augsburg); Kourbelis (Panathinaikos; 46' Siopis, Aris), Siovas (Leganes), Samaris (Benfica; 77' Bakasetas, AEK); Masouras (Olympiakos), Fortounis (Olympiakos), Kolovos (Omonia Nicosia; 46' Charalampos Mavrias, Omonia Nicosia).
ITA (433): Sirigu (Torino); Florenzi (Roma), Bonucci (Juventus), Chiellini (Juventus), Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea; 68' de Sciglio, Juventus); Barella (Cagliari), Jorginho (Chelsea), Verratti (PSG; 81' Lorenzo Pellegrini, Roma); Chiesa (Fiorentina), Belotti (Torino; 84' Bernardeschi, Juventus), Lorenzo Insgine (Napoli).

Finland - Bosnia 2-0 (Pukki, Pukki).
FIN (4231): Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen); Granlund (Orebro; 38' Raitala, Montreal Impact), Toivio (Hacken), Arajuuri (Brondby), Uronen (Genk); Sparv (Midtjylland), Glen Kamara (Rangers); Lod (Sporting Gijon), Petteri Forsell (Miedz Legnica; 63' Lassi Lappalainen, HJK Helsinki), Skrabb (Norrkoping; 84' Rasmus Schuller, Minnesota UTD); Pukki (Norwich).
BIH (4231): Ibrahim Sehic (Erzurumspor); Bicakcic (Hoffenheim), Toni Sunjic (Dinamo Moskow), Zukanovic (Genoa), Eldar Civic (Sparta Prague); Muhamed Besic (Everton; 79' Amer Gojak, Dinamo Zagreb), Cimirot (Standard Liege); Edin Visca (Basaksehir), Elvis Saric (Suwon), Haris Duljevic (Dynamo Dresden; 69' Riad Bajic, Basaksehir); Dzeko (Roma).

Armenia - Liechetenstein 3-0 (Ghazaryan, Karapetian, Barseghyan).
ARM (4231): Hayrapetyan (Banants); Hambardzumyan (Enonis Neon Paralimni), Voskanyan (Alashkert), Varazdat Haroyan (Ural), Hovhannisyan (Zhetysu); Mkrtchyan (Pyunik Erewan; 76' Artak Grigoryan, Alashkert), Avetisyan (Ararat; 78' Hovsepyan, Pyunik Erewan); Barseghyan (Kaysar), Mkhitaryan (Arsenal), Ghazaryan (Chaves); Karapetian (Progres Niederkorn; 73' Edgar Babayan, Hobro).
LIE (442): Thomas Hobi (Hohenems); Sandro Wolfinger (Eschen-Mauren; 85' Brandle, Pullach), Andreas Malin (Dornbirn), Jens Hofer (Munsingen), Maximilian Goppel (Vaduz); Nicolas Hasler (Kansas), Michele Polverino (Balzers), Aron Sele (Vaduz; 81' Livio Meier, Eschen-Mauren), Marcel Buchel (Empoli); Salanovic (Thun), Yanik Frick (Rapperswil-Jona; 46' Simon Kuhne, Eschen-Mauren).

Italy - Bosnia 2-1 (Dzeko; Lorenzo Insigne, Verratti).
ITA (433): Sirigu (Torino); Gianluca Mancini (Atalanta; 66' de Sciglio, Juventus), Bonucci (Juventus), Chiellini (Juventus), Emerson (Chelsea); Barella (Caglari), Jorginho (Chelsea), Verratti (PSG); Bernardeschi (Juventus; 81' Belotti, Torino), Quagliqrella (Sampdoria; 46' Chiesa, Fiorentina), Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli).
BIH (4231): Ibrahim Sehic (Erzurumspor); Todorovic (RBS), Bicakcic (Hoffenheim), Zukanovic (Genoa), Eldar Civic (Sparta Prague; 72' Bojan Nastic, Oostende); Muhamed Besic (Everton), Pjanic (Juventus); Visca (Basaksehir), Elvis Saric (Suwon), Amer Gojak (DZagreb; 81' Cimirot, Standard Liege); Dzeko (Roma).

Liechenstein - Finland 0-2 (Pukki, Benjamin Kallman).
LIE (4141): Thomas Hobi (Hohenems); Sandro Wolfinger (Eschen-Mauren; 77' Daniel Brandle, Pullach), Daniel Kaufmann (Balzers), Jens Hofer (Munsingen), Rechsteiner (Balzers); Nicolas Hasler (Kansas), Sandro Wieser (Vaduz; 46' Michele Polverino, Balzers), Aron Sele (Vaduz), Marcel Buchel (Empoli; 54' Martin Buchel, Zurich); Salanovic (Thun),Simon Kuhne (Eschen-Mauren).
FIN (4231): Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen); Raitala (Montreal Impact; 83' Leo Vaisanen, Den Bosch), Toivio (Hacken), Arajuuri (Brondby), Uronen (Genk); Sparv (Midtjylland; 61' Rasmus Schuller, Minnesota), Glen Kamara (Rangers); Lassi Lappalainen (HJK Helsinki; 74' Pyry Soiri, Admira), Lod (Sporting Gijon), Benjamin Kallmann (Vendyssel); Pukki (Norwich).

Greece - Armenia 2-3 (Karapetian, Ghazaryan; Zeca; Barseghyan; Fortounis).
GRE (4231): Vlachodimos (Benfica); Charalampos Mavrias (Omonia; 17' Kotsiras, Asteras), Papastathopoulos (Arsenal), Siovas (Leganes), Koutris (Olympiakos); Zeca (Copenhagen), Samaris (Benfica; 75' Siopis, Aris); Masouras (Olympiakos), Fortounis (Olympiakos), Pelkas (PAOK; 68' Kolovos, Omonia); Koulouris (Atromitos).
ARM (4231): Hayrapetyan (Banants); Hambardzumyan (Enonis Neon Paralimni), Ishkhanyan (Lori Vanadzor), Varazdat Haroyan (Ural), Hovhannisyan (Zhetysu); Mkrtchyan (Pyunik Erewan; 56' Hovsepyan, Pyunik Yerevan); Artak Grigoryan (Alashkert); Barseghyan (Kaysar), Mkhitaryan (Arsenal), Ghazaryan (Chaves; 83' Aventisyan, Ararat-Armenia); Karapetian (Progres Niederkorn; 70' Babayan, Hobro).

ITA 12, FIN 9, ARM 6, GRE 4, BIH 4, LIE 0.
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/r/Championship's Championship club by club season preview - part 1!

Part 2 here - Part 3 here - Part 4 here

On Friday at 8pm UK time, Reading and Derby County will kick off the 127th season of the English second division - also known as the Championship! 24 clubs will compete for 3 promotion spots to the Premier league (2 via automatic promotion and 1 via playoffs) and to avoid the 3 relegation spots to the third tier a.k.a League One.

Its looking like a really tight and competitive season. The league is absolutely full of ambitious player and managerial talent - the more time goes by the more it looks like a Premier League 2. If you want a competitive league with proper English football, that also has the spice of skilful players and forward thinking managers, it really is the place to go.

This is guide written by the fans who have come together on /Championship - an absolutely huge thanks to them. Do check out the sub, we try to keep it a good place to discuss the EFL, away from the rancid gloryhunting shithole that is /soccer (just kidding - I like this place). Lots going on, including a score predictor thread which is running all season.

This guide is in table order with the PL demoted sides first. Only 5 clubs today (because the Swansea one is a fucking novel and I can't fit any more in), the rest will be submitted tomorrow and Friday. Do bare in mind that not all the transfer news will be up to date as these guides were largely written a week ago. Point out to me if there are any clear errors with formatting or spelling.

Championship info, links and media

/Championship's 17/18 player of the season review

Season previews: The Guardian | Sky Sports | The Mirror
EFL focused podcasts: Not the Top 20 | The Totally Football League Show
The 17/18 table - Wolves, Cardiff and Fulham went up. Barnsley, Burton and Sunderland went down. This season West Brom, Swansea and Stoke join from the PL and Wigan, Blackburn and Rotherham join from League 1.
These are the bookies' favourites for promotion (via Oddschecker):
Club Odds
Stoke 2.75
Middlesbrough 4
West Brom 4
Nottingham Forest 4.5
Leeds 4.75
Swansea 5
And relegation:
Club Odds
Rotherham 2.2
Bolton 2.25
Ipswich 4.5
Reading 5
QPR 6
Hull 6
How to watch in the UK: Live rights are owned by Sky Sports. They are upping the number of televised matches this season. Reading v Derby on Friday is televised. The weekly highlights show previously on Channel 5 is moving to Quest TV, which apparently is on Freeview.
How to watch abroad: Depends, but in most territories, the iFollow Service is available, which is £110 to watch all a single club's matches. Bargain. I think the clubs that aren't on iFollow have their own similar streaming services.
Check out club Youtube channels - quite a few of them post extended highlights now with their own commentary, including Derby, Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday, Brentford and more. (You may need VPN to watch if you're abroad.)

Swansea City by RafiakaMacakaDirk and my_knob_is_gr8

Location: Swansea, Wales
Nickname: Swans, The Jacks
Major honours: Football League Cup (2013), Championship Play-off Winner (2011), League One Winners (1925, 1949, 2008)
17/18 finishing postion: 18th (Premier League)
Transfermarkt squad value: €115.5 mil NOTE: This number is as of July 22nd, when we still have Mawson (€15 mil), A. Ayew (€15 mil), Bony (€10 mil), Clucas (€8 mil) and Fernandez (€8 mil), who are all pretty much expected to be sold, or loaned out, before the season starts. Without all of these players except Bony (who's injured for a while so it makes it unlikely he'll be sold soon), the squad value would be around €70 mil.
Manager: Graham Potter joined the Swans on 11th June 2018. In 2010, he became head coach of Östersund, who were in the fourth tier of Swedish football. 5 years later, he got the club promoted into the Swedish top flight and in 2017, they won Svenska Cupen which qualified them for the Europa League where they managed to get through the group stage. He’s been applauded for what he did at Östersund and the way he managed to build the club up from nothing. The year after his success in the Europa league he signed a 3 year contract with Swansea.
Potter is well respected by The Swans and after a few years of poor managerial and financial decisions his appointment is seen as a step in the right direction to bringing us back to our old ways of being a well-run club. Potter has been recognised for his "progressive" and "unconventional" coaching methods. At Östersund, he encouraged his players and staff to engage in community activities, such as performing in theatre and music productions which was designed to take them out of their comfort zone. Potter describes his style of football on the pitch as "tactically flexible, attacking, and possession-based". At Östersund, he deployed a flexible 3–5–2 formation centred on ball possession.
Best player(s)/ talisman:With many of our best players being rumoured with a move away what good players that remain at the start of the season is yet to be seen.
Alfie Mawson is probably our standout player. He’s been amazing for us since we got him and was a bargain at about £3m. He’s great in the air and is just an all round tank. Keeping him will be a huge boost for us and should be solid in the championship.
Federico "El Pajaro" Fernandez has also been strong at the back with Alfie. The pair played with each other for the majority of last season and together became a solid unit. We will most likely sell him to reduce wages though.
Jordan Ayew put in a great shift last season and was our top goal scorer. His work rate was immense and was able to drop back and defend when needed. He’s fast, able to beat a man and a decent finisher. Sadly all these players are transfer targets for other clubs and might not even be here at the start of the season. If we can keep a lot of our players we should have a decent season but who knows who'll be left by the end of the window…
Rising star: Swansea’s U23 had a great season last year and with Potter wanting a young and fresh squad, a handful have moved up into the first team.
Our standout youngster, Oliver McBurnie, joined Barnsley on loan in January last season where he went on to win a Championship player of the month award after 6 goals in 8 games and went on to win Barnsley’s Player of the year award. While only 22, he’s struggled to break into our first team but will most likely be our main striker for the coming season. Be on the lookout for his long legs, miniature shinpads and ridiculous sock length! LEGS LEGS LEGS!!!
Connor Roberts performed well at RB last season and adapted quickly to the premier league where he battled Kyle Naughton to be in the starting line up and did great when given the chance. Decent at going forward and professional at the back. Hopefully potter puts him ahead of Naughton.
What happened last season?: What Happened last season?: After our great escape the season before and with Paul Clement at the helm there was optimism that the 17/18 season could be our turning point where we start rebuilding 'The Swansea Way". How wrong we were.
After a disastrous transfer window where we sold Sigurdsson and never replaced him and started panic buying the week before the transfer window closed we were left an obvious hole in our team. We had no creativity in midfield and no one could kick the ball into the box to save their life. And just to rub it in further Renato Sanches turned out to be more disappointing than Bob Bradley. With the team sitting bottom of the table Clement was sacked in late December.
Then along came the wise talking Carlos Carvalhal who managed to rebuild the confidence the team had lost. Our results took a turn for the good, beating Liverpool, Arsenal, Burnley and West Ham consecutively at home. He pulled us out of the relegation zone and things were looking good. However, the good times were quickly followed by the bad times. Our form turned and we didn’t win a single one of our last 9 matches. We were quickly relegated after pitifully losing to both Southampton and Stoke in our last 2 games of the season.
Highlights (Or lowlights):
The pass by Renato Sanches that summed up his and our season
Swansea City 3-1 Arsenal
Summer transfer business (so far): At the end of last season, it was clear we needed several transfers, both in and out. However, this would all depend on the manager we got.
Yan Dhanda (Free, Liverpool): A 19 year-old Midfielder, Yan Dhanda left Liverpool this summer and joined the Swans in a free, before we even hired Graham Potter. At one time one of the most promosing youngsters in Liverpool's Academy, injuries slowed down his progress, and ultimately made him fall behind other players. Citing lack of first-team playing time, Dhanda decided to join us this summer in hopes of getting regular playing time in the senior squad. Through 3 pre-season games, Dhanda has been one of the brighest and most impressive players in the squad, even scoring a game-winning goal and smashing a penalty in a shootout against Genoa. With our current injuries and shenanigans involved in our midfield, Dhanda has a good chance of becoming a starter and hopefully guide our midfield during the season.
Jordi Govea (Free, Real Madrid): Another 19 year-old from Ecuador, Jordi was the first signing under Potter. Not much can be said about the lad, but this is what Real Madrid had as his bio:
Jordi is an Ecuadorian defender who possess three key qualities for a player in his position: he's skilful, is able to go past a player and has a good shot on him. He's left footed and is able to send in good crosses on the run.
With Martin Olsson currently as our starting LB, and Kyle Naughton as the backup, the hope is that Jordi can develop on our U-23 squad and hopefully move up to the senior squad in coming years. Also the only man I've seen do a medical while wearing jeans (https://twitter.com/SwansOfficial/status/1015251916132057089)
Joel Asoro (€2 mil., Sunderland): Yet another 19 year-old, a Swedish winger who has represented his country in the younger levels, he was Potter's first senior signing. With world-class speed, and some impressive skills, Asoro was able to score 3 goals and get 2 assists last season in 26 apperances for Sunderland. While these numbers may seem a bit disappointing, many of these games were sub appearances on a very dysfunctional team. Along with Dhanda, Asoro has been one of the most impressive players during preseason, constantly beating his man with either speed or skills, and whipping in good balls to Legs. At the current rate, Asoro appears to have a good chance of starting on the right wing spot, with Nathan Dyer and Luciano Narsingh backing him up.
Predicted starting XI: NOTE: This is gonna be assuming Mawson, A. Ayew, Clucas, and Fernandez are all sold by the start of the season. If by some reason they end up staying, they are pretty much guaranteed to start. Based on the pre-season games so far, a lineup looking like this would be plausible, with Rodon most likely to be replaced by a CB (possibly Scott McKenna) when we buy one. Our second unit is looking something like this.
Best case scenario: Graham Potter is able to motivate and make sure our senior players (Fer, Carroll, etc.) stay fit, along with our youngsters being able to make an impact as expected, and also we retain Mawson, Fernandez, and Clucas, we can finish in the top 2 and get promoted automatically.
Worst case scenario: Our worst case scenario, and something many of us fear of happening, consists of primarily 3 things. 1. Graham Potter isn't given enough time to build an identity with our squad and is sacked by the midway point of the season by the greedy, dumb American owners. . 2. We end up not replacing the players we sold properly like last summer, therefore having a squad with holes everywhere and no chemistry. 3. Our youngsters such as Asoro, McBurnie, Dhanda and company don't pan out and progress at all, thefore becoming mediocre players. This would all culminate in us looking like Sunderland, and making relegation a probability.
Prediction: Realistically I see us selling Mawson and company in the last days before the season starts and not replacing them properly until later on. Because of this, as well as our current injuries with Fer and Clucas, I can see us initially struggling to build an identity but over time, we will start playing like Potter wants us and finishing the season strongly.
8th place, missing the play-offs by 4 points
What will happen to your closest rivals?: The scum that is known as Cardiff City will break the record for lowest points ever accumulated in a Premier League season, getting 5 points all from draws, and will therefore get relegated with 17 games to spare.

West Bromwich Albion by Joelwba

Location: The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, West Midlands
Nickname: The Baggies, The Throstles
Major honours: 1x League title, 1x League Cup, 5x FA Cup
17/18 finishing postion: 20th in Premier League (relegated)
Transfermarkt squad value: £101.16m
Manager: Darren Moore or Big Dave as he's known to Albion fans. A club icon as a player in the early 2000s, he returned to look after our U23 squad before being promoted to assistant manager by Alan Pardew in January. Following the end of Pardew's horrific reign, Moore took temporary charge with Albion facing inevitable relegation. He led us to wins over Newcastle, Spurs, Man Utd and a draw with Liverpool, somehow taking our futile battle for survival to the final week of the season. Following this he earned the head coach role permanently. Moore is loved among the Albion faithful, largely due to his reputation as a player here. He heavily favours a 4-4-2 formation and at the back end of last season, tended to soak up pressure and play on the counter attack. It will be interesting to see how his approach differs in a league where we are one of the favourites, not fighting to survive (hopefully)
Best player(s)/ talisman: It's an interesting situation for Albion currently. There are plenty of Premier League quality players still in the squad. A lot depends on if they are picked off before the deadline shuts. Chris Brunt is a club stalwart and likely to be reappointed as captain. He is adored by the fans and in my opinion will be an incredible asset in the championship. His set pieces alone will bring 10+ goals to the side. Kieran Gibbs is a high quality player who appears to be set to stay and should make a big difference. Jay Rodriguez, Craig Dawson, Salomon Rondon and Nacer Chadli should all make a big difference in this division IF they stay. In all honesty I expect to lose a few of the above. Sam Johnstone appears to be an astute signing to replace the outgoing Ben Foster.
Rising star: Sam Field he's one of our own! He looked completely at home against some of the top Premier League sides last campaign. A box-to-box midfielder, he's full of energy and looks so comfortable on the ball. I expect him to be a major part of our side this season, having just signed a new long-term deal.
Kyle Edwards is an exciting attacking midfielder who has been impressing in pre-season. He may have a part to play following a loan spell at Exeter last campaign.
Jonathon Leko looked like a potential world-beater when he first came through a couple of years back. A lightning quick winger full of tricks. A loan spell at Bristol City and limited appearances later he seems to be losing his way. Will be an interesting one to watch.
Finally, the enigma that is Olly Burke. After signing with us last summer for £15m, he failed to impress any of the four managers we had over the season. He looks exciting when he comes on, without any end product so far, and was unfairly blamed for a loss at West Ham by Alan 'Coward' Pardew. We all know the talent he's got. Hopefully we can see it this season.
What happened last season?: Let's not talk about it... We finally escaped the stranglehold of Tony Pulis, only to opt for the human joke that is Alan Pardew and duly hurtled towards relegation. Four of our players stole a taxi and then played (and lost) the following weekend.
Pardew was sacked about 3 months too late, and Moore took over, restoring pride with some notable wins over Man Utd and Spurs.
This season we also lost the great Cyrille Regis, and the outpouring of emotion and the coming together of the club during the weeks after his passing was something special.
Summer transfer business (so far): We started by releasing Claudio Yacob, Boaz Myhill and Gareth McAuley. Yacob and McAuley will be greatly missed but it is perhaps the right time for them to go.
Jonny Evans departed for Leicester for a cut-price £3m, Ben Foster left for Watford and James McClean has departed for Stoke City.
Sam Johnstone has been bought in to replace Foster, with Jonathon Bond arriving as backup. Kyle Bartley has joined from Swansea City and it appears that Harvey Barnes will soon be arriving on loan from Leicester.
Finally, James Morrison is currently out of contract but still with the club. His future is uncertain.
I am very happy with Johnstone and Bartley. It has been a quiet window for Albion so far but that is largely a good thing. The squad is packed with Premier League talent and the window is more about keeping hold of them.
There is major interest in Dawson and Rondon, along with interest in Rodriguez, Hegazi and Chadli. If any of the above go, then we would need to replace. Otherwise I would be happy with another striker and another CB.
It is also worth mentioning that every player in the Albion side suffered a 50% wage cut upon relegation which means that we are financially sound despite relegation, but may lead to more big names leaving.
Predicted starting XI: This is my best attempt. It will undoubtedly be 4-4-2. We may see Nyom in at right back and perhaps Barry in for Field.
Obviously about half of this side could leave, so we shall see.
Best case scenario: The bulk of the side remains and the quality in the side shines through as we breeze to automatic promotion.
Worst case scenario: The better players leave or do not put the effort in. Moore cannot transfer his great start into his first full season in management. We become embroiled in a relegation battle
Prediction: It will be somewhere in the middle. I'd like to think we'll go up automatically but I think play-offs are more likely. 6th
What will happen to your closest rivals?: Villa won't go down but will settle into mid-table, despite the recent takeover.
I think Wolves will do well in the PL, although I don't know how long Nuno will last before a big club comes in.

Stoke City by mrmariomaster

Location: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Nickname: The Potters
Stadium: bet365 Stadium, 30,089 seats
Major honours: 1972 League Cup
17/18 finishing position: 19th, Premier League
Squad value: £127.8 million
Manager: Gary Rowett signed from Derby in May. His honest attitude has brought lots of optimism to fans, who are looking forward to an overhaul of the Club. His style of play seems to change based on the squad he has available.
Best Player: Joe Allen was vital to the Club last season, giving us hope that we would avoid relegation. His massive new contract signed this summer shows how loyal and committed to the Club he is, and will be a vital player this season.
Rising star: Tom Edwards is a local lad who has won the Under 18 Player of the Year award twice in the Club. In the latter parts of last season he played some good first team football.
What happened last season: A pathetic attempt at a season that had been coming for a while under Mark Hughes. Paul Lambert was appointed in January, but a win rate of just 2 in 15 matches wasn’t enough for him to keep his job and miss out on the million pound bonus offered to him.
Transfer business so far: So far this has been a decent transfer window. Peter Etebo had an amazing World Cup for Nigeria and Benik Afobe looks really promising. Adam Federici has also been appointed to replace Lee Grant. Xherdan Shaqiri has left along with a few players like Stephen Ireland and Glen Johnson who will not be missed. Badou Ndiaye also looks to be on his way out, but it looks like Jack Butland will stay with us, which is massive. Perhaps most surprising are the new contracts signed by our 2 best players last season, Joe Allen and Moritz Bauer.
Predicted Line up: Here is our predicted squad. I’m not sure what formation we will have. EDIT: This is a new version, complete with our rumoured new signings and in the right formation.
Best case scenario: Stoke will finish top with an all-time Championship points record.
Worst case scenario: A mediocre start to the season will see Rowett sacked and Stoke with a disappointing mid-table finish.
Prediction: I think with our squad and our new manager, we will finish 1st.
What will happen to our closest rivals? Port Vale will be relegated to the Vanarama National League.

Aston Villa by trueschoolalumni

Location: Villa Park, Trinity Rd, Birmingham B6 6HE
Nickname: The Villans, The Villa, Prince William's Club, David "Twat" Cameron's Second Club.
Major honours: 7 First Division wins, 7 FA Cups, 5 League Cups, 1 European Cup, 1 European Super Cup, 1 Intertoto Cup
17/18 finishing postion: 4th
Transfermarkt squad value: £67.77m and dropping fast
Manager: Steve Bruce (for now). Former Man Utd playing legend who's been a fixture of English football for decades. He joined Villa in 2016 after successful runs at Hull, Sunderland (yes they were good once) and Birmingham City. A bit of a promotion specialist, he's taken Championship clubs up to the Premier League 4 times in the past and just missed out last season, losing 1-0 to Fulham in the Playoff Final. Tactically, he's fairly old school who prefers 4-4-2 or a 4-1-4-1, usually involving a big man up top. Fun fact: while managing Huddersfield in 1999 he wrote three novels, "Striker!", "Sweeper!" and "Defender!", which focus on main character Steve Barnes, a football manager. Barnes solves crime and takes on terrorists, and the books have become prized rarities. The Guardian's Football Weekly podcast managed to get a copy and read out some of the copy - suitably awful.
Best player(s)/ talisman: There's only one Jack Grealish. A Villa boy through and through, he's been with the club since 2001 (aged 6), and made his way into the first team in the 2013-14 season. He's been the centre of controversy a few times, most notably getting on the beers and passing out on a Tenerife street. Playing as a number 10, his quick feet and dribbling skills provide a number of goals and assists, as well as fouls. He probably went down a bit too easily when first in the Premier League, but time in the gym has noticeably toughened him up and he's a much more solid player as a result. One of the better players in the Championship, and due to Villa's abject finances, a transfer target for the likes of Leicester.
Rising star: Keinan Davis could possibly be it, potentially Andre Green and Rushian Hepburn-Murphy as well.
What happened last season?: Have you ever walked into a casino, spotted the roulette table and popped £10,000 on red? It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off. You've doubled your money if you win, but look like a right git if you lose. Villa figured this was a good way to approach 2017-18: spend millions on players, get in lots of loans, gamble everything on achieving promotion. After a so-so start, Bruce got the team playing well, stringing together a number of wins and moving through the playoff spots. Unfortunately they ran into a few teams playing out of their skin - champions Wolves ran away with the league and boasted a squad that included several Champions League players. Neil Warnock's Cardiff couldn't stop winning and grabbed the second automatic promotion. In the playoff final Villa came up against a Ryan Sessegnon-led Fulham and were just pipped at the post 1-0.
Summer transfer business (so far): It's one-way traffic, due to absolutely abysmal finances. Loan spells for Lewis Grabban, Robert Snodgrass, Josh Onomah and Sam Johnstone have all ended, which is almost the spine of the team (Johnstone in particular - he was arguably the best keeper in the Championship and personally bagged a number of wins). Plus clubs are circling to pick off whatever assets we have left (eg. Jack Grealish, James Chester). With no prospect of anyone new coming in, it looks like the youth academy will be getting a lot more game time.
Predicted starting XI: Possibly this, but half these players could be gone before the first match.
Best case scenario: Mid-table anonymity would have to be best case - Villa are a mess and could go down this time around.
Worst case scenario: Our finances are the real issue - they are dire. Villa need to find £9 million this month to avoid going into administration. Owner "Dr." Tony Xia is a billionaire, apparently, but tax bills went unpaid and the question remains if he's able to support the club as generously as he has in the past. Administration, points deductions and potentially relegation to League One are all real possibilities right now. It's not looking good.
Prediction: Due to financial irregularities in the 23 clubs above us, Villa will get into the Champions League and take out the likes of Atletico, Bayern and Real Madrid on the way to our second European Cup. "Taylor, Green, prepared to venture down the left. There's a good ball played in for Jack Grealish. Oh, it must be and it is! It's Keinan Davis!"
What will happen to your closest rivals?: Unfortunately the Scum managed to avoid League One in the final rounds of the season. Here's hoping they go one better. Agbonlahor to re-sign for one game: the Derby. And score the winner, again.

Middlesbrough by OneSmallHuman

Location: The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
Founded: 1876
Nickname: The Boro (Or just Boro)
Major honours: The League cup 2003-2004 season
17/18 finishing position: 5th
Transfermarkt squad value: 79.34m
Manager: Tony Pulis became manager of us in late December 2017, replacing the sacked Garry Monk after a pretty lacklustre few months of the campaign (despite where our league position was). Pulis is known in England for being the man that is never relegated when in charge of someone in the top flight. We are all aware of Tony Pulis' style of football. You start by having a strong and massive defence and maximise your use of set pieces to gain an advantage. Pulis is a lover of all set piece plays, whether that is crossing the ball in from a corner or free kick, or launching a ball into the box from a throw in, they're all in his arsenal of weapons. 'Pulisball' as it is pretty much known. Pulis has achieved promotion from the championship once before with Stoke, and I hope he achieves it again with us this season
Best player(s)/ rising star: I mean, where else do I begin. Adama Traore. Arguably the best player in the championship on his day and is one of the most frightening dribblers in English football, maybe even world football. The winger is known for his speed and dribbling ability although is usually criticised for his lack of end product. Before last season I would've agreed, however 5 goals and 10 assists, with all but 2 assists coming before Pulis' arrival show the progression of the Spanish winger.
As for other members of the squad, Ben Gibson, the prodigal son. Boro through and through he's progressed into a commanding centre half with the ability to play out from the back thanks to Karanka. He gained attention and emerged as one of the few given credit after our disappointing premier league campaign but was only the subject of one bid upon our relegation, from now manager Tony Pulis. It remains to be seen whether he'll be here come the first game of the season, but I hope he will be.
As for future stars, Dael Fry, already has played 2 championship campaigns for us and looks as assured as a veteran of the game. Another centre half produced by our academy and he is being played in cdm this pre-season by Pulis, to add to his versatility. Hopefully a standout season for him, especially if Gibson does end up leaving. Finally, yes, he does always look as confused as images of him show.
What happened last season?: Well, the first half of the season was tragic under Monk. We played really poor football at times and looked like we hadn't defended a day in our lives. There was also no consistency in the team, we'd win one game then lose the next. A key theme under both managers however, was our inability to beat those around us in the table. After Pulis' appointment the results picked up and it ended with us finishing 5th in the table. We ultimately lost in the playoff semi finals to Aston Villa but honestly, we didn't think we'd even be in the top half around Christmas.
Summer transfer business (so far): Just the three deals to talk about so far. We've acquired Paddy McNair from Sunderland who looks like a decent player. He's been utilised in right back and midfield during pre-season so it looks like they'll be his positions for the season. I imagine he'll play alongside Clayts and Howson in a midfield three.
Aden Flint was signed from Bristol City and I think I'm in the minority when I say I don't like how much we paid for him. Obviously the man is a Pulis player but I'm a bit unsure about his defensive ability. That being said he's looked strong during pre-season and I'm sure Pulis will get the best out of him. Fabio departed our club for Nantes so we'll need more full back cover.
As for the rest of the window, I expect Gibson to leave but will be delighted if he doesn't. One of our strikers will also leave and Braithwaite should follow after his decent World Cup performances. We'll probably bring in a striker and a winger and hopefully hold onto Adama. That'd be a successful window in my eyes.
Predicted starting XI: My best guess The only other guess I could make is that Gibson might leave and then Ayala would start, but he's injured at this point in time. Britt might play over Gestede too if Pulis is feeling fancy.
Best case scenario: It has to be top of the pile right? It's not out of the question to imagine us up there and if everything clicks then we've got a chance. A defence that scores more than some teams' strikers, Adama channelling his inner Messi and finding consistency, Rudy/Britt/Bamford scoring for fun. It could be carnage.
Worst case scenario: I can't see us finishing outside the playoffs, if we did then that would be gut-wrenching. But if we did then that would most certainly be the worst. Realistically, it'd be losing in the playoffs... again, and if it were in the final again then god help me. Although saying this, now losing Bamford and maybe Traore will be a worst case scenario in itself, definitely if they're not replaced.
Prediction: Have to be confident, although it always kills me. 1st or 2nd. Tony Pulis and his nice white trainers carry us to the promise land. That being said, we never do it the easy way.
Best Match of Last Season Sorry Leeds fans, but it had to be. "Hattrick Bamford" as our Twitter account tweeted, 3-0 against Leeds with Adama running the show. Leeds clearly found some positive from the game as they're set to sign him off us. This was the sign of what we should've done more last season. Showed what Paddy could've been too if given an even more extended period in Striker by himself. Oh well.
What will happen to your closest rivals?: Who even are our closest rivals in this league? We're in geographical purgatory. Can't say Sunderland anymore so what? Leeds? Bielsa either turns them into the well oiled machine they hope for or he succumbs to the old Leeds ways and is sacked by December. As for the Mackems, probably promoted from League 1.
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