EFL Championship – Week 34 Power Rankings

Note: These rankings are updated as of the matches played through 13 April. The plan remains to update these rankings every week through the rest of the season. Further commentary will be provided with occasional looks at the promotion/relegation standings through the end of the season.

Note: Records presented as W-D-L
Through matches played on 13 April 2019

RankTeamRecordLast WeekChangeTable Pos
1x-Norwich City25-11-611
2Aston Villa18-15-931↑5
3x-Leeds United25-7-10522
4x-Sheffield United23-10-9223
5Bristol City18-11-1241↓6
6West Bromwich Albion21-10-1164
7Derby County17-12-1278
8Middlesbrough17-13-12124↑7
9Hull City17-9-1681↓9
10Sheffield Wednesday15-14-1391↓10
11Nottingham Forest14-15-13101↓11
12Preston North End15-12-15111↓12
13Brentford14-12-16152↑14
14Birmingham City13-16-131418
15Stoke City11-19-12132↓16
16Blackburn Rovers14-11-17182↑15
17Reading10-14-181719
18Swansea City16-8-17162↓13
19Queens Park Rangers13-9-20223↑17
20Millwall10-12-19191↓20
21Wigan Athletic10-12-20201↓21
22Rotherham United8-16-18211↓22
23R-Ipswich Town*4-16-222424
24Bolton Wanderers8-8-262223

x-clinched at least a playoff spot, but can still qualify for automatic promotion; R-clinched relegation to League One

*Ipswich Town was likely heading to relegation regardless, but failing to win in either match this past week clinched it with six matches remaining in the season. They remain above Bolton Wanderers in these Power Rankings, however, because Bolton has lost three in a row and has only scored six points over their last ten matches, while Ipswich Town has secured nine points in their last ten. Bolton will likely join the Tractor Boys in relegation next week with a match looming against red hot Aston Villa on Saturday.

Until next time…

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