With 17 of the 23-man England squad having played in the EFL, who is next?
Solskjaer, Poch and Silva might rest easier in the knowledge that PL clubs don't tend to panic yet...
This is not a team full of has-beens and failures but young, hungry players. They are top of the league.
Our latest edition of EFL Conclusions starts with Middlesbrough, ends with entertainment and covers plenty in between.
Serge Gnabry failed in England - and not because of Arsene Wenger or Tony Pulis - but bounced back to prove himself.
Arsene Wenger was "not afraid" to play him. Tony Pulis couldn't be bothered. Serge Gnabry just needed the chance.
Tony Pulis says he is "amazed" by the development Serge Gnabry has shown since he had him on loan.
A defeat to Arsenal started Man United's current slump. Pochettino hosts a familiar face. Liverpool just keep going.
Two Leeds loan men feature highly but not top; that place belongs to a Premier League flop.
Our latest edition of 16 EFL Conclusions takes us from Huddersfield to Cheltenham, with a few stops in between.
See how all seven of tonight's Championship games unfolded via our Live Centre.
The top three is pretty easy. But the rest are fairly difficult to sort. Sorry to you, Simon Mignolet.
We are not interested in £85m, £62.8m or even £11m signings. The £10m and under bargain bucket is where it's at.
Have Bournemouth made one of the signings of the summer again? And a couple of Baggies are back.
Update your browser to view this website correctly.Update my browser now