The TWTD League Calculator 2016/17
Wednesday, 15th Mar 2017 10:17
With nine games of Town’s 2016/17 Championship campaign remaining, it’s time to dust down TWTD's League Calculator and assess how the final weeks of the season might pan out.
Could the 16th-placed Blues, now only seven points away from the bottom three, get drawn into the relegation battle in final weeks of the season?
The League Calculator allows you to input your predicted results for all the remaining fixtures likely to affect a club's league position and then outputs a final table.
To give it a go, click here. The League Calculator will remain available via the Interactive menu above throughout the remainder of the season.
Post your final table below or on the forum for discussion and assessment.
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