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Championship Predictions: 16th March 2008

I’ve been having a play with the BBC Football Predictor and can exclusively reveal that the Canaries will finish 17th this season on 54 points.

West Bromwich Albion and Bristol City take the two automatic promotion places, the play-offs are made up of Watford, Stoke City, Ipswich Town and Plymouth Argyle, and the relegated teams will be Colchester United, Scunthorpe United and Coventry City.

Coca-Cola Championship Final League Table (according to my predictions):

  1. West Brom (87pts)
  2. Bristol City (86pts)
  3. Watford (84pts)
  4. Stoke (82pts)
  5. Ipswich (75pts)
  6. Plymouth (74pts)
  7. Wolves (73pts)
  8. Palace (70pts)
  9. Charlton (65pts)
  10. Hull (65pts)
  11. Sheff Utd (64pts)
  12. Cardiff (62pts)
  13. Burnley (62pts)
  14. Leicester (56pts)
  15. QPR (56pts)
  16. Barnsley (56pts)
  17. Norwich (54pts)
  18. Southampton (54pts)
  19. Blackpool (51pts)
  20. Sheff Wed (50pts)
  21. Preston (48pts)
  22. Coventry (46pts)
  23. Scunthorpe (44pts)
  24. Colchester (34pts)

I’m going to be re-visiting the predictor each week as the season draws to a close so hopefully we’ll get a clearer view on where we are – and just as importantly where everybody else is.

Fingers crossed it’ll help me with my nerves!

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Discussion

2 thoughts on “Championship Predictions: 16th March 2008

  1. well if hull lose their next 6 matches ill give you a grand otherwise your very wrong with the points hull will grab an automatic place

    Posted by Sean | March 23, 2008, 7:06 pm

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