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Birmingham's Lukas Jutkiewicz wins Championship Power Rankings
Final top 50 Championship players and every club's top points scorer this season
Last Updated: 17/04/20 9:13am
Birmingham's Lukas Jutkiewicz has won the Championship Power Rankings - but who was your club's top player this term, according to the stats?
Jutkiewicz has played in every league game this season, scoring 14 goals and notching 10 assists - helping the Blues maintain Championship status after being deducted nine points in March.
The former Burnley striker topped the chart by a considerable margin, boosted by his remarkable physical qualities - winning a league-topping 684 duels and 569 aerials.
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Norwich striker Teemu Pukki topped the goalscoring chart with 29 goals to shore up runner-up spot, while Leeds forward Pablo Hernandez edged third place.
Like Jutkiewicz, Nottingham Forest's Joe Lolley (No 4) also enjoyed a stellar season, scoring and assisting in equal measure - netting 11 and assisting another 11, having also appeared in every single league game this term.
Premier League clubs were reportedly circling to sign Hull's Jarrod Bowen in January - and the England prospect may well look for a summer move after the Tigers missed out on the play-offs - finishing at No 5 in the chart.
Norwich midfielders Emiliano Buendia and Marco Stiepermann joined team-mate Pukki in the top 10 after collectively scoring 17 goals and assisting 18 - suggesting the Canaries have ample firepower to compete in the top flight.
Like Bowen, Birmingham winger Che Adams has stirred transfer interest. However, the 22-year-old slipped down the table during the final weeks but retained his place among the top performers.
Meanwhile, Brentford's Neal Maupay and Swansea's Oliver McBurnie both finished the season as their club's top scorer and finished the season inside the top 10.
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The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points for 34 different stats. Below, we present the final season chart and every club's top player in the rankings.
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