## Weekly permutations: Championship, 29 Apr – 2 May 2022

These graphics break down how much the league table can change during the next round of fixtures as follows: Down the left is the current order if league table, with each club’s current league position also indicated by a shaded square in their row. Across each club’s row is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how they are mathematically capable of

## Weekly permutations: Premier League, 30 Apr – 2 May 2022

These graphics break down how much the league table can change during the next round of fixtures as follows: Down the left is the current order if league table, with each club’s current league position also indicated by a shaded square in their row. Across each club’s row is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how they are mathematically capable of

## What’s still possible: Premier League, 15 Apr 2022

As the season approaches its conclusion I’ve switched these graphics back on. The way they work is pretty straightforward and it’s exactly the same idea as the weekly permutations: the outer bar shows what’s mathematically possible over the rest of the season while the inner chart is a distribution of what’s actually likely to happen. The latter is based on

## What’s still possible: Championship, 15 Apr 2022

As the season approaches its conclusion I’ve switched these graphics back on. The way they work is pretty straightforward and it’s exactly the same idea as the weekly permutations: the outer bar shows what’s mathematically possible over the rest of the season while the inner chart is a distribution of what’s actually likely to happen. The latter is based on

## What’s still possible: League 1, 15 Apr 2022

As the season approaches its conclusion I’ve switched these graphics back on. The way they work is pretty straightforward and it’s exactly the same idea as the weekly permutations: the outer bar shows what’s mathematically possible over the rest of the season while the inner chart is a distribution of what’s actually likely to happen. The latter is based on

## What’s still possible: League 2, 15 Apr 2022

As the season approaches its conclusion I’ve switched these graphics back on. The way they work is pretty straightforward and it’s exactly the same idea as the weekly permutations: the outer bar shows what’s mathematically possible over the rest of the season while the inner chart is a distribution of what’s actually likely to happen. The latter is based on

## Weekly permutations: Championship, 15 Apr 2022

These graphics break down how much the league table can change during the next round of fixtures as follows: Down the left is the current order if league table, with each club’s current league position also indicated by a shaded square in their row. Across each club’s row is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how they are mathematically capable of

## Weekly permutations: League 1, 15-16 Apr 2022

These graphics break down how much the league table can change during the next round of fixtures as follows: Down the left is the current order if league table, with each club’s current league position also indicated by a shaded square in their row. Across each club’s row is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how they are mathematically capable