Via Experimental 3-6-1

icon swisscrap14 May ~ With the regular Football League and National League seasons now over, Experimental 3-6-1 have taken a look at which teams spent the most time in certain positions over the year. While Burnley eventually won the Championship, it was Brighton who spent the most time at the top of the table. The Seagulls also have the highest “lowest place” of any club in the division, having not dropped below seventh. Bristol City and Rotherham, meanwhile, were the only two Championship teams not to be in the top half at any stage of the season. You can find full Championship analysis, plus Leagues One and Two, and the National League, on Experimental 3-6-1 here.

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