They beauty of this division is that anything can happen. Teams can achieve back-to-back promotions or can face two relegations in a row after coming down from the Premier League.
One of many battles in the second tier of English football will be for who can finish as the top goal-scorer. So, who can that be?
With a number of proven strikers in the league it certainly looks to be a tough one to call.
At the moment though, a lot of people are tipping Steven Fletcher of Wolves to take the golden boot. Although his future at the club is uncertain, should he stay he will be a big threat for the Midlands side.
Fletcher has scored goals in the Premier League and is regarded as a top quality forward.
Kevin Doyle, also of Wolves is another player that some people would regard as Premiership quality.
Doyle went to Euro 2012 so certainly has the experience and knowhow at the highest level.
One of the most highly-rated young strikers at the moment is Jordan Rhodes, who couldn’t seem to stop scoring when he helped Huddersfield to promotion last campaign.
Rhodes is being tipped by many to have a successful season and show that he is capable of playing in the big time.
Ross McCormack of Leeds is the highest scorer from last campaign that is still playing in this league.
As mentioned, there are plenty of talented forwards on show in the league this year and these are just some of the front-runners.
The likes of Jermaine Beckford, David Nugent and Marlon King will all be hoping to be in and around the top goal-scorer battle.
Steven Fletcher is one of the current favourites to take the accolade with odds of 17.00 (16/1) with Bet365.
Kevin Doyle is then also available at 17.00 (16/1) with BetFred.
Betfair are then offering odds of 18.10 (171/10) on David Nugent being the leading scorer.
Jordan Rhodes can then be backed at 21.00 (20/1) with VC Bet while Jermaine Beckford has the same odds.
Someone who could have a top season is Brighton’s hard-working forward Craig Mackail-Smith. 23.00 (22/1) are the odds from SkyBet on him being the top goal-scorer.