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Manchester Evening News
Jake Bayliss

Championship 2023/24 table predicted by supercomputer after fixtures confirmed

A supercomputer has predicted the Championship league table for the upcoming 2023/24 campaign.

The EFL have announced the full fixture list for next season, with the first round of Championship games getting underway from 4-6 August. Southampton travel to Sheffield Wednesday on Friday, August 4 in the opening game of the campaign, with Leicester City and Leeds United hosting play-off finalists Coventry City and Cardiff City respectively.

A supercomputer, via BonusCodeBets, has attempted to predict next season’s final league table. The 24 teams were split into three categories - winner, top six, and relegation - and were placed according to each club’s chances in their respective group.

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The top four are considered title contenders by the supercomputer; teams from 5th to 14th are labelled play-off contenders, and the remaining 10 teams are expected to fight for survival. You can see the results below:

Supercomputer Championship league table

1) Leicester City

2) Leeds United

3) Southampton

4) Middlesbrough

5) Norwich City

6) Watford

7) West Brom

8) Stoke City

9) Coventry City

10) Ipswich Town

11) Sunderland

12) Blackburn Rovers

13) Millwall

14) Swansea City

15) Hull City

16) Preston

17) Cardiff City

18) Bristol City

19) Sheffield Wednesday

20 QPR

21) Huddersfield Town

22) Birmingham City

23) Rotherham United

24) Plymouth Argyle

Championship odds, via bet365

To win Championship 2023/24 - Subject to change

Leicester City - 5/1

Leeds United- 8/1

Southampton - 8/1

Middlesbrough - 10/1

West Brom - 16/1

Watford 16/1

Norwich City - 16/1

Stoke City - 16/1

Sunderland - 20/1

Ipswich Town - 20/1

Coventry City - 20/1

Blackburn Rovers - 25/1

Millwall - 25/1

Swansea City - 25/1

Preston - 33/1

Hull City - 33/1

Sheffield Wednesday - 33/1

Bristol City - 40/1

Cardiff City - 40/1

Birmingham City - 50/1

Huddersfield Town - 50/1

QPR - 50/1

Rotherham United - 100/1

Plymouth Argyle - 100/1

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