This is where 'data experts' predicted Leeds United, Middlesbrough, Huddersfield and Barnsley would finish

The Championship season is now complete – with Leeds United as champions, West Brom runners up and Fulham promoted through the play-offs.

This is where 'data experts' predicted Leeds United, Middlesbrough, Huddersfield and Barnsley would finish

Hull City, Wigan and Charlton suffered relegation, but how was the Championship table predicted to look at the start of the season?

Here, we take a look at how data experts FiveThirtyEight thought the division would pan out back in August 2019.

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Did any of their predictions ring true? Scroll down and click through the pages to find out.

Luton Town were predicted to finish 24th by the data experts at the start of the season with 47 points. In reality, Luton Town finished 19th on 51 points and safe from relegation
Charlton were predicted to finish 23rd by the data experts at the start of the season with 47 points. In reality, Charlton finished 22nd with 48 points and were relegated
Barnsley were predicted to finish 22nd by the data experts at the start of the season with 49 points. In reality, Barnsley finished 21st and safe (just) on 49 points.
Reading were predicted to finish 21st by the data experts at the start of the season with 49 points. In reality, Reading finished 14th on 56 points.
Preston were predicted to finish 20th by the data experts at the start of the season with 54 points. In reality, Preston finished ninth with 66 points.
Blackburn Rovers were predicted to finish 19th by the data experts at the start of the season with 58 points. In reality, Blackburn Rovers finished 11th with 63 points.
Wigan Athletic were predicted to finish 18th by the data experts at the start of the season with 58 points. In reality, Wigan finished 23rd on 47 points having been deducted 12 points for entering administration.
Hull CIty were predicted to finish 17th by the data experts at the start of the season with 59 points. In reality, Hull City finished 24th on 45 points and were relegated.
Millwall were predicted to finish 16th by the data experts at the start of the season with 59 points. In reality, Millwall finished eighth on 68 points.
Nottingham Forest were predicted to finish 15th by the data experts at the start of the season with 60 points. In reality, Nottingham Forest finished seventh on 70 points.
Birmingham were predicted to finish 14th by the data experts at the start of the season with 61 points. In reality, Birmingham finished 20th on 50 points.
QPR were predicted to finish 13th by the data experts at the start of the season with 62 points. In reality, QPR finished 13th on 58 points.
Sheffield Wednesday were predicted to finish 12th by the data experts at the start of the season with 62 points. In reality, Sheffield Wednesday finished 16th on 56 points.
Bristol City were predicted to finish 11th by the data experts at the start of the season with 63 points. In reality, Bristol City finished 12th on 63 points.
Middlesbrough were predicted to finish 10th by the data experts at the start of the season with 64 points. In reality, Middlesbrough finished 17th on 53 points.
Cardiff City were predicted to finish ninth by the data experts at the start of the season with 68 points. In reality, Cardiff City finished 5th on 73 points.
Brentford were predicted to finish eighth by the data experts at the start of the season with 68 points. In reality, Bentford finished 3rd on 81 points.
Swansea were predicted to finish seventh by the data experts at the start of the season with 69 points. In reality, Swansea City finished 6th on 73 points.
Stoke City were predicted to finish sixth by the data experts at the start of the season with 69 points. In reality Stoke City finished 15th on 56 points.
Derby were predicted to finish fifth by the data experts at the start of the season with 69 points. In reality, Derby County finished 10th on 65 points.
West Brom were predicted to finish fourth by the data experts at the start of the season with 73 points. In reality, West Brom finished second on 83 points.
Huddersfield were predicted to finish third by the data experts at the start of the season with 74 points. In reality, Huddersfield Town finished 18th on 51 points.
Fulham were predicted to finish second by the data experts at the start of the season with 84 points. In reality, Fulham finished fourth on 81 points.
Leeds United were predicted to finish first by the data experts at the start of the season with 84 points, winning the title on goal difference. In reality Leeds finished first on 93 points.