In a League Championship season, what's the probability that the best of the three teams that was in League One the previous season will finish ahead of at least one of the three teams that was in the EPL the previous season? Currently Swansea City doesn't have much chance of promotion to the EPL this season but they're still in the top half of the table and in much better shape than Nottingham Forest and Doncaster Rovers one or both of whom could be relegated back to League One. Derby County, who did horribly in the EPL last season, is currently 18th in League Championship. Is it rare for a team to go from EPL to the botttom third of the League Championship one year later like that? When was the most recent season in the EPL or other name for the top level if you go back to before it was the EPL (if the club has ever been there) for every club in League Championship? I'll start with I found out easily: Derby County: 2007-2008 Reading: 2007-2008 Birmingham City: 2007-2008 Sheffield United: 2006-2007 Charlton Athletic: 2006-2007 Watford: 2006-2007 Crystal Palace: 2004-2005 Norwich City: 2004-2005 Southampton: 2004-2005 Wolverhampton Wanderers: 2003-2004 Ipswich Town: 2001-2002 Can somebody do Barnsley, Blackpool, Bristol City, Burnley, Cardiff City, Coventry City, Plymouth Argyle, Preston North End, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield Wednesday, and Swansea City?