The Championship is 16 games old and the managerial merry-go-round has already begun as the table begins to take shape.
West Brom sit top of the pile, narrowly followed by Preston North End and Leeds United who have all made strong starts to their promotion pushes.
At the bottom end of the table, Stoke City, Barnsley, Middlesbrough, Wigan Athletic and Luton Town, in particular, have all had difficult starts to the season, with two of those clubs already changing their manager.
For a lot of the clubs at the top of the table, they have carried on their impressive form from the end of last season into the new term.
The likes of Sheffield Wednesday, Preston and Swansea all enjoyed their best form at the start of 2019, which has helped them make a positive start this time around.
So, what would the league table look like if it was based on just 2019 form?
Here's a look at the full 2019 Championship standings below, based on the 18 teams to play 37 games this year.
Full 2019 Championship table
18: Stoke City - 31 points
17: Birmingham City - 36 points
16: Queens Park Rangers - 37 points
15: Millwall - 40 points
14: Wigan Athletic - 41 points
13: Middlesbrough - 44 points
12: Reading FC - 45 points
11: Blackburn Rovers - 47 points
10: Hull City - 51 points
9: Derby County - 53 points
8: Nottingham Forest - 58 points
7: Sheffield Wednesday - 58 points
6: Swansea City - 61 points
5: Brentford - 61 points
4: Bristol City - 63 points
3: Leeds United - 63 points
2: Preston North End - 63 points
1: West Brom - 67 points
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