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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Wigan Athletic 45 24 15 6 81 41 +40 87 WWDLW
2   Burton Albion 45 25 9 11 57 37 +20 84 WWDDL
3
Millwall 45 23 9 13 71 48 +23 78 WWWLW
4
Walsall 44 22 12 10 63 48 +15 78 WLDWW
5   Bradford City 45 22 11 12 53 40 +13 77 WWLDW
6
Barnsley 45 21 8 16 66 53 +13 71 DDWDW
7
Scunthorpe United 45 20 11 14 58 47 +11 71 WWWWW
8
Gillingham 45 19 12 14 70 54 +16 69 LLDLL
9
Coventry City 45 18 12 15 65 49 +16 66 WLWWL
10
Sheffield United 45 18 12 15 64 57 +7 66 LDWWD
11
Rochdale 45 18 12 15 66 60 +6 66 DLDWW
12   Port Vale 45 18 11 16 56 53 +3 65 LWWWL
13
Peterborough United 45 18 6 21 77 72 +5 60 WLLWL
14
Southend United 45 16 11 18 56 61 -5 59 LLLLD
15   Bury 45 15 12 18 53 71 -18 57 LLLWW
16   Swindon Town 45 15 11 19 61 71 -10 56 DWDLL
17   Oldham Athletic 45 12 18 15 44 56 -12 54 LWWDL
18   Chesterfield 45 15 8 22 58 68 -10 53 WLDLW
19
Shrewsbury Town 45 13 11 21 58 76 -18 50 LLWLD
20
Fleetwood Town 44 11 15 18 49 53 -4 48 DLDDW
21   Blackpool 45 12 10 23 39 58 -19 46 LDLLW
22   Doncaster Rovers 45 11 12 22 48 64 -16 45 LWDWL
23   Colchester United 45 9 13 23 56 97 -41 40 DLDLW
24   Crewe Alexandra 45 7 13 25 46 81 -35 34 WLDLL
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
League One: Regular Season
W. Grigg Wigan Athletic 24 5
N. Ajose Swindon Town 22 2
B. Sharp Sheffield United 21 5
A. Armstrong Coventry City 19 2
P. Madden Scunthorpe United 19 4
S. Winnall Barnsley 19 1
L. Gregory Millwall 17 5
T. Bradshaw Walsall 15 2
L. Clarke Bury 15 1
S. Morison Millwall 15 1
L. Novak Chesterfield 14 2
B. Dack Gillingham 13 3
I. Henderson Rochdale 13 6
L. Akins Burton Albion 12 2
S. Kaikai Shrewsbury Town 12 0
League One: Final Stage
J. Beckford Preston North End 3 0
P. Huntington Preston North End 1 0
League One: North
A. Revell Rotherham United 2 0
D. Cox Leyton Orient 1 0
M. Odubajo Leyton Orient 1 0

 

News

Leicester's Fantastic Foxes have taught the Premier League elite a lesson - The Guardian (blog)
The Guardian (blog)
Their owners have already sanctioned the eighth most expensive recruitment programme in the Premier League over the past two seasons – as fairytales go, this one hasn't come as cheaply as some people like to believe – and the new television deal is ...
Leicester City: Changing Soccer in a Changing UK - U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News & World Report
The Foxes, as they're known colloquially, are one win away from claiming the best record in the Premier League – one of the most competitive soccer competitions on the planet. The Leicester players have three games left in the season to snatch a single ...and more »
Barclays Premier League - Sportinglife.com
Sportinglife.com
Newcastle and Sunderland are their rivals at the wrong end of the table and Toon are priced up at 4/7 as they gained a vital three points with a 1-0 home victory over Crystal Palace. The Black Cats needed a late penalty from Jermain Defoe to take a ...and more »
Shades of Leicester City in Atlético Madrid's Win - International New York Times
International New York Times
LONDON — There are similarities between the way that Leicester City has stormed through the Premier League and how Atlético Madrid has won its last two games in the Champions League, against Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Both Leicester and Atlético ...and more »
Which Irish players have suffered multiple Premier League relegations? - The42
The42
The scorer of 21 international goals, Quinn was also part of the Manchester City side that dropped to the Championship in 1996. Soccer - FA Barclaycard Premiership - Sunderland v Leeds United Niall Quinn is a cult hero at the Stadium of Light. Source ...and more »
Mori: Dallas is a part of my life - FIFA.com
FIFA.com
It was there that Funes Mori met Jeff Waldrop (the man who took the aforementioned phone call), his soccer coach at Arlington High School, where the player excelled as a holding midfielder with an ability to get forward and score goals, and where he ...
Champions League previews: Man City v Real Madrid and Atlético v Bayern - The Guardian (blog)
The Guardian (blog)
Even if City keep Bale quiet, they will still have to deal with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, who are are “100%” fit according to Zidane. Ronaldo is well on course to break his own Champions League scoring record of 17 in one season, though only ...
Tottenham's Alli banned for rest of season - Reuters UK
Reuters UK
His absence will be a further blow to Tottenham's hopes of winning their first English league title since 1961. He has scored 10 league goals this season with nine assists and will be part of England's European Championship squad. Tottenham's draw ...and more »

 

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About England - League One

The England Football League One, better known as the Coca-Cola Football League 1 or simply League one is the third top division of English Football League system. The Football League One was founded in 2004, and it is currently being contested by 24 clubs. At the long run, the two best teams along with the winner of the play-offs enter in the Football League Championship; whereas the three lowest clubs in that division replace them in the League One. Eventually, the situation is no different for clubs at the bottom of the Coca-Cola Football League 1. The top 3 clubs of the League Two, along with the winner of the play-offs in that division, replace them.

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