Brentford have the worst form of the Championship play-off clubs - but it doesn't matter.
Only seven of the 22 Championship play-off winners since the formation of the Premier League have had the best form of the four sides vying for promotion.
There were even six seasons where the eventual winners had the worst form of any of the play-off sides.
That leaves nine seasons where the eventual winners of the play-offs had neither the best nor the worst form.
For instance, last season's eventual play-off winners QPR went into them with an average points haul of 1.7 points per game in their previous six matches.
However, both Derby (2.7 points per game) and Brighton (2.3 per game) were in better form going into the play-offs.
The season before that saw Crystal Palace go up despite having the joint worst form of any of the play-off contenders (1.2 points per game).
Norwich go into the play-offs with the best form this season having won an average of 2.2 points per game in their last six matches.
Middlesbrough and Ipswich have the next best form at 1.7 points per game followed by Brentford on 1.5 per game.