Some of the major takeaways from these tables:
– Sheffield Wednesday are the only team to be in the same position on both tables
– Cardiff have the largest gap of positions between tables, being 21st in the first half table yet 3rd in the second half.
– Swansea sit in 2nd and 1st positions respectively yet Norwich manage to edge them out in the real table despite not being top in either of the ‘half-tables’.
– Stoke are 1st in the first half yet in the bottom half of the 2nd half table, with their real life position being slap bang in-between the two.
– Other than Cardiff and Stoke, Bristol City are the only team with a vastly different appearance from one table to the other, being 18th in the 1st half and 9th in the 2nd half, making for rather confusing reading when you consider they’re only 9th in the proper Championship at the time of writing.