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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham News and Links for Thursday, November 30

Your EFL Championship roundup

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Queens Park Rangers v Leicester City - Sky Bet Championship Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images

good morning !!

It might be weird saying this, but things are looking pretty straightfoward in the Championship so far.

The top four have more or less cemented themselves. Southampton haven’t lost a game since September.

So it looks like we’ll be seeing a long, long race for the final two spots in the top six (of course with the major caveat that any of the top four can crash). Perhaps the club most intriguing right now is West Bromwich Albion.

He was a high-profile addition to the league upon joining the Baggies, after previously managing Olympiacos.

I wish I could provide a better analysis of his influence on WBA, but instead you’ll have to settle for this Telegraph ($) article instead.

The bottom of the table hasn’t changed at all last time we checked: QPR, Rotherham and Sheffield Wednesday remain there. And it’ll probably stay that way for some time.

As of this writing, Harry Winks is at the top of the table.

EFL Championship top six:

  1. Leicester City (43 Pts, +21 GD)
  2. Ipswich Town (42 Pts, +15 GD)
  3. Leeds (35 Pts, +13 GD)
  4. Southampton (34 Pts, +2 GD)
  5. West Brom (32 Pts, +12 GD)
  6. Hull City (30 Pts, +6 GD)

EFL Championship bottom three:

22. QPR (13 Pts, -15 GD)

23. Rotherham (12 Pts, -20 GD)

24. Sheffield Wednesday (7 Pts, -21 GD)

Fitzie’s track of the day: Only a Lad, by Oingo Boingo

And now for your links:

Charlie Eccleshare ($$) on why Dejan Kulusevski deserves more credit

Dan KP gives his thoughts on the sin bin and more VAR

Everton to make formal appeal after 10-point deduction