David Prutton’s championship final table and play-off semi-finals predictions | Football News


How was the final table of the championship planned by David Prutton? And who does he tip in the semi-finals of the play-offs? Find out here …

Championship table predicted by Prutton

Championship final table

Although their predicted point totals were significantly inflated in the predicted table, Leeds and West Brom would have ended up in automatic places – in alternate positions, of course.

“They’re the best in the division on this day, so it’s not too hard to understand to predict that they’re going to win more than they did,” said Prutton when he applied the rule on his predictions when the division was suspended in April. .

Elsewhere had the drama of the last day that saw Nottingham Forest to finish outside the play-offs did not take place, there would have been only one incorrect team in the expected top six, with Preston actually finishing four points behind pace in ninth.

And while none of Prutton’s last three predictions have been relegated, his predictions would have seen Charlton and Hull take the top spots, although they actually returned to Ligue 1 on the last day of the season.

Championship review: the best last day in history?

Sky Sports EFL reporter Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and expert Keith Andrews to discuss an incredible final day of the championship, as Leeds won the trophy, West Brom secured a promotion, Nottingham Forest dropped out of the top six and Luton and Barnsley got it. safety dramatically.

Swansea vs Brentford, Sunday 6:30 p.m. – Live on Sky Sports Football

Well, the last day of the regular season certainly exceeded expectations and Swansea was one of the biggest benefactors, finishing in the top six for the first time since mid-January at the expense of Nottingham Forest. Although I feel for Forest they had recorded too many draws towards the end as Steve Cooper’s men kicked and lost only twice and even then it was only one goal each time. time.

Swansea vs. Brentford

July 26, 2020, 6 p.m.

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Brentford will no doubt feel a bit drained after coming so close to automatic promotion for the second time in a week and missing out on the opportunity following this loss to Barnsley. Thomas Frank continues to insist his team take their promotion one game at a time, but I think they’ll be up for it against a team that appreciates their chances. I think this first leg will end squarely, setting up a tense final at Griffin Park.

Prutton predicts: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)

Cardiff vs Fulham, Monday 7.45pm – Live on Sky Sports Football

The Bluebirds stuttered early in the season, but their form since Neil Harris took over in November has been brilliant – they’ve lost just six of his 30 league games in charge – and they fully deserve their place in the play-offs. They also ended the season by winning three on the spin, which will make them trust the world of good.

Cardiff vs. Fulham

July 27, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

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It hasn’t always been pretty, but Fulham has been nearly unbeatable since the reboot in June with his ability to deliver results at the right time. They got back on the road with two losses which ultimately knocked them out of the top two, but have conceded just five goals in seven games since. It will be very close, but I support Cardiff to make it happen.

Prutton predicts: 1-0 (13/2 with Sky Bet)

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