Fulham have endured a disappointing start to their Championship season and languish at the bottom of the table.

The Whites have lost their first four games to Ipswich, Millwall, Wolves and Derby and go into Saturday's clash with fellow relegated side Cardiff City still searching for their first points of the season.

However, having come down from the Premier League, they will still have ambitions of making it back to the top flight.

In contrast, west London neighbours Brentford, who were knocked out of the Capital One Cup by Fulham on Tuesday, sit in mid-table with five points so far.

Having been promoted from League One last season, Mark Warburton's side will be looking to avoid a straight return but what are the rough figures that would see them achieve that?

We have taken the stats of each team to finish in the highest Championship relegation spot, 22nd (21st in the 1994-95 season), for each season since the league was formed, to see what is required of a team to stay up.

And they would show sides hoping to avoid relegation will want to be sure to win about 26 percent of their games.

On average, the team finishing in 22nd wins just 25 percent of their games, and loses 47 percent.

Any team wanting to stay out the drop zone will be looking to score more than a goal a game, with the last relegated team managing to reach that total on average.

When it comes to conceding though, the last side to be relegated averages 1.5 goals per game.