Who Town will face during the 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship campaign?
- Huddersfield Town’s 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship opponents confirmed
- Learn more about Town’s opponents next season
- Best way to watch Town at home next season is to buy a Season Card
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Following the Sky Bet Championship and Sky Bet League 1 Play-Off Finals, the Terriers now know which 23 teams will join them in the second tier of English football.
The Tykes finished second in the Sky Bet League 1 table during the 2018/19 campaign finishing with 91 points from 46 games.
During the Club’s promotion winning season, Barnsley had the best defensive record in the league with goalkeeper Adam Davies keeping 19 clean sheets.
Assistant Head Coach Andreas Winkler (Jimmy) joined Town from Barnsley in January 2019 to join up with Jan Siewert.
Managed by Garry Monk, Birmingham City finished 17th in the Sky Bet Championship last season.
The Blues picked up 52 points from 46 games, however, that does include the nine-point deduction for EFL profitability and sustainability rule breaches.
Tony Mowbray’s Blackburn Rovers finished 15th the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship table with 60 points from 46 games.
Striker Danny Graham was awarded the Club’s Player of the Season prize after netting 15 league goals during the campaign.
Brentford ended the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season strongly winning the Club’s last three matches of the campaign.
Following the departure of now-Premier League Manager Dean Smith, Thomas Frank took the helm and guided the Club to an 11th place finish.
Bristol City narrowly missed out on the Play-Offs during the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season.
The Robins finished eighth with 70 points from 46 games, however, only won one of their final five games of the season.
Neil Warnock’s side, like Town, was relegated following a defeat against Crystal Palace.
The Bluebirds’ one-year spell in the Premier League saw them pick-up 34 points from 38 games. During the 2018/19 season, Town drew 0-0 with Cardiff City on both occasions.
Charlton Athletic was promoted back to the Sky Bet Championship after a late, dramatic Sky Bet League 1 Play-Off Final winner against Sunderland.
This is the Addicks’ first return to the second-tier since the 2015/16 campaign, meaning Karlan Grant could face his former side during the upcoming season.
Frank Lampard’s Derby County was denied a return to the top-flight after losing 2-1 to Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final.
The Rams beat Leeds United in the Semi-Finals before being beaten at Wembley. This game could see left-back Scott Malone return to the John Smith’s Stadium.
After a one-year stay in the Premier League, Fulham was relegated back to the Sky Bet Championship.
The Cottagers finished the season with 26 points from 38 games but found some form under Scott Parker towards the end of the season winning three out of the last five games.
Hull City finished 13th in the Sky Bet Championship table with 62 points from 46 games.
Winger Jarrod Bowen was the stand-out player for the Tigers, picking up both the Player of the Year prizes.
Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United were competing at the top of the Sky Bet Championship for the majority of the season, however, missed out on automatic promotion.
Leeds then faced Derby County in the Play-Off Semi-Final but lost 4-3 on aggregate to the Rams.
Sky Bet League 1 table toppers Luton Town has been promoted to the Sky Bet Championship for the first time since the 2006/07 season.
Town’s last match against the Hatters was in 2008 at Kenilworth Road. The Terriers won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Phil Jevons.
Like Bristol City, Middlesbrough narrowly missed out on a Play-Off spot, finishing seventh with 73 points from 46 games.
Following the conclusion of the season, the Club parted ways with Tony Pulis and is yet to appoint a replacement.
During the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship campaign, Millwall finished just outside the relegation places in 21st.
Neil Harris’ side finished with 44 points from 46 games. However, the Club reached the Quarter Finals of the Emirates FA Cup, losing to Brighton & Hove Albion on penalties.
Former Town winger Joe Lolley was one of Forest’s stand-out players during the 2018/19 campaign as the Club finished ninth.
The winger scored 12 goals and set up 11 for his teammates. Fans’ favourite Michael Hefele is also on the books at Nottingham Forest, although he has missed a large part of the campaign through injury.
Preston North End
Preston North End finished 14th during the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season with 61 points from 14 games.
Alex Neil’s side only won one of the Club’s last eight games of the season.
Mark Warburton’s side finished 19th in the Sky Bet Championship with 51 points.
Former Town striker Nahki Wells was on loan at the London-based Club last season. He scored 11 goals in all competitions.
Town’s 2016/17 Play-Off Finals opponents finished 20th in the Sky Bet Championship last season.
The Royals are now managed by José Manuel Gomes. The 48-year-old has managed clubs in Portugal, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Hungary.
Steve Bruce’s Sheffield Wednesday finished 12th in the Sky Bet Championship table with 64 points.
The Owls only lost three of their last 19 league games, being beaten by Aston Villa, Leeds and QPR.
Stoke City finished 16th in the Sky Bet Championship table with 55 points from 46 games.
Former Town winger Tom Ince was a regular for the Potters making 41 appearances and scoring six goals.
The Terriers were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Stoke City last season.
Like Middlesbrough, Swansea City is also on the hunt for a new Manager after Graham Potter left the Club to join Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion.
During his year in charge at the Swans, he took the Club to 10th in the Sky Bet Championship table, ending the season without defeat in five games.
West Bromwich Albion
West Bromwich Albion was beaten by Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Semi-Finals.
Following the departure of Darren Moore, James Shan took over as Caretaker Manager, however, WBA is still on the hunt for a permanent Manager.
Wigan Athletic also had a positive end to the season and ended up finishing 18th in the Sky Bet Championship table.
The Latics were unbeaten in their final five games of the season, winning three of them.
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