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Larry-AV

EFL Thread 2018-2019

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29/06/2018 : These are the tables for Levels 1 to 6 for Season 2018-2019.

Level 1 (Premier League, EPL)
Pos     Team
01 Arsenal    
02 Bournemouth    
03 Brighton & Hove Albion    
04 Burnley    
05 Cardiff City    
06 Chelsea    
07 Crystal Palace    
08 Everton    
09 Fulham    
10 Huddersfield Town    
11 Leicester City    
12 Liverpool    
13 Manchester City    
14 Manchester United    
15 Newcastle United    
16 Southampton    
17 Tottenham Hotspur    
18 Watford    
19 West Ham United    
20 Wolverhampton Wanderers    

Positions 1-4: Champions League
Positions 5-6: Europa League
Position 7: Europa League qualifying
Positions 18-20: Relegation


Level 2 (EFL1, Championship)
Pos     Team
01 Aston Villa
02 Birmingham City    
03 Blackburn Rovers    
04 Bolton Wanderers    
05 Brentford    
06 Bristol City    
07 Derby County    
08 Hull City    
09 Ipswich Town    
10 Leeds United    
11 Middlesbrough    
12 Millwall    
13 Norwich City    
14 Nottingham Forest    
15 Preston North End    
16 Queens Park Rangers    
17 Reading    
18 Rotherham United    
19 Sheffield United    
20 Sheffield Wednesday    
21 Stoke City    
22 Swansea City    
23 West Bromwich Albion    
24 Wigan Athletic    

Positions 1-2: Promotion
Positions 3-6: Promotion via playoffs
Positions 22-24: Relegation


Level 3 (EFL2, League 1)
Pos     Team
01 Accrington Stanley    
02 Barnsley    
03 Blackpool    
04 Bradford City    
05 Bristol Rovers    
06 Burton Albion    
07 Charlton Athletic    
08 Coventry City    
09 Doncaster Rovers    
10 Fleetwood Town    
11 Gillingham    
12 Luton Town    
13 Oxford United    
14 Peterborough United    
15 Plymouth Argyle    
16 Portsmouth    
17 Rochdale    
18 Scunthorpe United    
19 Shrewsbury Town    
20 Southend United    
21 Sunderland    
22 Walsall    
23 Wimbledon AFC    
24 Wycombe Wanderers    

Positions 1-2: Promotion
Positions 3-6: Promotion via playoffs
Positions 21-24: Relegation


Level 4 (EFL3, League 2)
Pos     Team
01 Bury    
02 Cambridge United    
03 Carlisle United    
04 Cheltenham Town    
05 Colchester United    
06 Crawley Town    
07 Crewe Alexandra    
08 Exeter City    
09 Forest Green Rovers    
10 Grimsby Town    
11 Lincoln City    
12 Macclesfield Town    
13 Mansfield Town    
14 Milton Keynes Dons    
15 Morecambe    
16 Newport County    
17 Northampton Town    
18 Notts County    
19 Oldham Athletic    
20 Port Vale    
21 Stevenage    
22 Swindon Town    
23 Tranmere Rovers    
24 Yeovil Town    

Positions 1-3: Promotion
Positions 4-7: Promotion via playoffs
Positions 23-24: Relegation

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Level 5, Step 1 (Conference National)
Pos     Team
01 Aldershot Town     
02 Barnet     
03 Barrow     
04 Boreham Wood     
05 Braintree Town     
06 Bromley     
07 Chesterfield     
08 Dagenham & Redbridge     
09 Dover Athletic     
10 Eastleigh     
11 Ebbsfleet United     
12 Fylde AFC
13 Gateshead     
14 Halifax Town FC
15 Harrogate Town     
16 Hartlepool United     
17 Havant & Waterlooville     
18 Leyton Orient     
19 Maidenhead United     
20 Maidstone United     
21 Salford City     
22 Solihull Moors     
23 Sutton United     
24 Wrexham     


Level 6, Step 2 (Conference North)
Pos     Team
01 Alfreton Town     
02 Altrincham     
03 Ashton United     
04 Blyth Spartans     
05 Boston United     
06 Brackley Town     
07 Bradford Park Avenue     
08 Chester     
09 Chorley     
10 Curzon Ashton     
11 Darlington     
12 FC United of Manchester     
13 Guiseley     
14 Hereford     
15 Kidderminster Harriers     
16 Leamington     
17 Nuneaton Borough     
18 Southport     
19 Spennymoor Town     
20 Stockport County     
21 Telford United AFC
22 York City     


Level 6, Step 2 (Conference South)
Pos     Team
01 Bath City     
02 Billericay Town     
03 Chelmsford City     
04 Chippenham Town     
05 Concord Rangers     
06 Dartford     
07 Dulwich Hamlet     
08 East Thurrock United     
09 Eastbourne Borough     
10 Gloucester City     
11 Hampton & Richmond Borough     
12 Hemel Hempstead Town     
13 Hungerford Town     
14 Oxford City     
15 Slough Town     
16 St Albans City     
17 Torquay United     
18 Truro City     
19 Wealdstone     
20 Welling United     
21 Weston-super-Mare     
22 Woking     

 


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30/06/2018 : From the SSN website today. I have listed all of the matches chronologically (still only two of ours).

Newly-announced EFL fixtures live on Sky Sports in August:
These fixtures are in addition to the previously announced fixtures on the opening five days of the season:


Fri 03: Reading v Derby County (8pm)
Sat 04: Sunderland v Charlton Athletic (12.30pm)
Sat 04: Sheffield United v Swansea City (5.30pm)
Sun 05: Leeds United v Stoke City (4.30pm)
Mon 06: Hull City v Aston Villa (7.45pm)
Tue 07: Nottingham Forest v West Bromwich Albion (7.45pm)
Sat 11: Derby County v Leeds United (5.30pm)
Fri 17: Birmingham City v Swansea City (7.45pm)

Sat 18: Preston North End v Stoke City (5.30pm)
Tue 21: Swansea City v Leeds United (7.45pm)
Wed 22: Aston Villa v Brentford (7.45pm)
Fri 24: Middlesbrough v West Bromwich Albion (7.45pm)
Sat 25: Nottingham Forest v Birmingham City (5.30pm)

04/07/2018 : Our League Cup game will also be on SKY :

Tue 14th August : Yeovil Town 19:45 Aston Villa : League Cup - First Round

Edited by Larry-AV
Fixture.

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Interesting start. Some shock results and a lot of late goals.


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52 minutes ago, avstu said:

Interesting start. Some shock results and a lot of late goals.

Shocks ? Which ones 


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1 hour ago, Rawly1966 said:

Shocks ? Which ones 

Was a bit surprised that newly promoted and our opening home game visitors Wigan beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-2,Albion loosing at home to Bolton 1-2, and Brentford thumping Rotherham 5-1.


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9 hours ago, freddy said:

Was a bit surprised that newly promoted and our opening home game visitors Wigan beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-2,Albion loosing at home to Bolton 1-2, and Brentford thumping Rotherham 5-1.

No surprise about Brentford , Dean smith is amazing , no idea why he is still at Brentford ? 


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13 hours ago, Rawly1966 said:

Shocks ? Which ones 

Surprised by Albion losing. Although they just come down I still had that as a home banker. Same as Freddy with Sheffield Wednesday although they haven't purchased anyone this summer.

Wasnt surprised by Brentford. Rotherham was the worst side we played in the division two years ago and I expect very similar this year...


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2 hours ago, Rawly1966 said:

No surprise about Brentford , Dean smith is amazing , no idea why he is still at Brentford ? 

Not surprised at Brentford winning but by the scoreline they play good football and in Ryan Woods have a very very good midfield player we havent beaten them yet! and Dean Smith has always out thought and out tacticed Brucey!!

 

 

 

 

 


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05/08/2018 : I still think of this match as the Charity Shield.

Sunday 5th August
FA Community Shield
Chelsea 0-2 Manchester City


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Derby look good sharp and fast----thump Albion at the Hawthorns 4-1.

why oh why didnt we buy Jack Marriott after Peterboro bundled us out of the F.A. Cup last season??

 


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