The Championship table since the restart: Leeds top, Birmingham bottom

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Adam Forshaw promised Leeds United would “romp” the Championship ahead of football’s restart and, despite some nervy moments, the midfielder was right.

Leeds ended the season 10 points clear of second-placed West Brom after picking up more points than any other club after the break.

We’ve compiled how the Championship table would look taking into account only games after the restart. Nottingham Forest and Hull City fans should probably look away now.

1. Leeds United – 22 points
2. Brentford – 21 points
3. Cardiff City – 19 points
4. Wigan – 18 points
5. Swansea City – 17 points
6. Fulham – 17 points
7. Luton Town – 16 points
8. Barnsley – 15 points
9. Millwall – 14 points
10. Stoke City – 14 points
11. West Brom – 13 points
12. Derby County – 13 points
13. Middlesbrough – 12 points
14. Preston – 10 points
15. Nottingham Forest – 10 points
16. Blackburn Rovers – 10 points
17. Huddersfield Town – 9 points
18. Charlton Athletic – 9 points
19. Reading – 8 points
20. Bristol City – 8 points
21. Sheffield Wednesday – 8 points
22. QPR – 8 points
23. Hull City – 4 points
24. Birmingham City – 3 points


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