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The 2014/5 Sky Bet Championship season will see Norwich, Fulham and Cardiff drop down from the Premier League while Wolves, Brentford and Rotherham are promoted from League One. Visit the official Football League site for information.

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1

B'mouth

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2

Watford

89

3

Norwich

86

4

M'boro

85

5

Brentford

78

6

Ipswich

78

7

Wolves

78

8

Derby

77

9

Blackburn

67

10

Birm'ham

63

11

Cardiff

62

12

Charlton

60

13

Sheff Wed

60

14

N Forest

59

15

Leeds

56

16

Huddsf'ld

55

17

Fulham

52

18

Bolton

51

19

Reading

50

20

Brighton

47

21

Rotherham

46

22

Millwall

41

23

Wigan

39

24

Blackpool

26

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