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Championship table based only on home form: West Brom and Millwall rise up, Nottingham Forest drastically drop

Top two aside, the league table looks much different.

Friday, 27th May 2022, 5:57 pm

Win your home games and get something on your travels - it’s the simple recipe for success in football.

Making your own ground a fortress can go along way when it comes to finishing up the right end of the table at the end of the season and if Fulham and Bournemouth are anything to go by in the Championship - that’s very much the case.

Away from the top though and home form can also help those at the bottom end of the table. If a relegation struggler can manage to grind results out on their own patch - regardless of how they do on the road - it can go a long, long way in their bid for survival.

BirminghamWorld have taken a look at what the 2021/22 Championship table would look like, in full, if it was based solely on the 23 games played at home.

Away from the top though and home form can also help those at the bottom end of the table. If a relegation struggler can manage to grind results out on their own patch - regardless of how they do on the road - it can go a long, long way in their bid for survival.

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