After a season that had captured the imagination like no other, the Championship’s final day is going to be something of an anticlimax. Only the final playoff place and, possibly depending on Rotherham’s result against Reading tonight, the last relegation spot will be left to play for. There will be no repeat of 2008, when Watford conceded in the final minute at home to Leeds to be denied an automatic place at the expense of Hull. Instead the Hornets are celebrating with a weekend to spare and will be joined by Bournemouth in the Premier League. Few could deny they are worthy of finishing in the top two, even if Norwich and Middlesbrough could feel hard done by.