The Championship line-up for the 2020/21 campaign is taking shape – with under seven weeks to go before it all starts again.

While the drama of the final day is only just sinking in for some, the play-offs are already underway, with next Monday’s play-off final coming exactly a year since the season started.

There are many unanswered questions about who has definitely been relegated, with points deductions and appeals leaving issues unresolved at the bottom end of the table.

As things stand, it is Charlton Athletic, Hull City and Wigan Athletic, following their 12-point deduction for going in to administration, who will drop in to League One.

Coming up will be champions Coventry City, who will again groundshare with Birmingham City for the 2020/21 season, runners-up Rotherham United and Wycombe Wanderers who made it through the play-offs.

The Sky Blues, a former club of Tony Mowbray, haven’t faced Rovers in the league since the 1998/99 Premier League season, but have met three times in the FA Cup and once in the league cup, since then.

Rotherham, meanwhile, are back in the Championship at the first attempt, while Wycombe will be first-time opponents for Rovers.

Norwich had already been relegated, 12 months after sealing promotion against Rovers at Carrow Road, and were joined by Bournemouth and Watford.

All three were actually promoted alongside each other in 2014/15, and while the Canaries have yo-yoed since, relegation ended a five-year stay in the top flight for both Bournemouth and Watford.

Cherries boss Eddie Howe will hold talks over his future, as despite an impressive final day win at Everton, their Premier League journey is over after five years.

He said: "I am determined for Bournemouth to get there, back in the Premier League. In terms of the future and what it looks like, that is for another day.

"I think the next step for me is to speak to the owner and the directors and see where we go from here. We need to have a strong vision of the future."

Watford meanwhile, sacked Nigel Pearson two games prior to the end of the season, losing both to Manchester City and Arsenal, where Hayden Mullins was in caretaker charge, as time was called on their Premier League stay.

Troy Deeney, who scored on the final day, told his club’s website: "Of course it hurts.

"Maybe I'm not going to show it but it's the missus and the kids who will see it over the next two weeks, so I apologise to them in advance.

"I'm not going to sit around and sulk, I will throw a few things, probably smash a few things, replace them and go again."

Norwich lost all nine of their post-lockdown fixtures, scoring just once, and ended with a  5-0 defeat at Manchester City.

Summing up his side’s season, Daniel Farke told his club’s website: “It’s been an unbelievably long season with the lockdown. We have had lots of injuries and many, many odds have been against us.

“It’s important right now to draw a line under this season pretty, pretty quickly and to  accept that we are relegated and have a fresh start in a few week’s time.

“It’s a quick turnaround and it’s important that we look forward.”