16 EFL Conclusions is back after another fine week of non-Premier League football. How about that Jarrod Bowen?
Tim Sherwood and John Carver narrowly missed the cut for our top ten Premier League managers of the decade.
Holders Man City are at home to Port Vale and Man United will travel to fellow Premier League side Wolves.
The Brazilian has registered three goals and six assists since he agreed a loan deal to join West Brom.
Pellegrini, Hasenhuttl and Emery can rest easy. We're not in sacking season yet.
Third versus sixth, Mesut Ozil's chance, Mauricio Pochettino's marriage, Man Utd's need for consistency and...
Leeds top? Everything has changed. Mind you, Man United in mid-table and Newcastle 19th sounds about right.
There is some good and bad news for West Brom contained within...
With 17 of the 23-man England squad having played in the EFL, who is next?
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.
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