They're well placed to go up but I'd give it a few more games before saying they're a lock to be promoted. If memory serves me right, they were well placed to go up automatically last season. However, they finished outside the top two, then Derby eliminated them in the playoffs.Is it a safe lock that Leeds will make it up and if so (and fans can attend games again) how hard would it be to get an away ticket at Elland Road
Great point regarding the lack of fans being a benefit.Think the empty stands at Elland Road will help them as we saw what a pressure cooker it was for the Derby play off game last season and Leeds completely imploded.
I actually think West Brom will be the ones bottling top 2.
farcical that it has come to such a situation where Coventry and Birmingham have to share groundsHow weird the possibility Coventry will be playing in Birmingham's ground in the Championship and Birmingham will be playing in their own ground down in League one.
I wonder if Robbie Fowler will throw his hat in the ring for the job. He left my local club (Brisbane Roar) a few weeks back due to Covid.
Pep Clotet left the club. He was due to leave at the end of the season
Birmingham are 17th, 4 points above the relegation zone