Relegation would beckon for Leeds and Forest based on their last six games.
The fact that Leeds United and Nottingham Forest are struggling for form is far from a shocking revelation.
Chaos has reigned off the pitch at Elland Road, while Dougie Freedman has blamed fatigue for Forest's poor recent performances. Both, meanwhile, have been affected by 'end-of-season syndrome' - i.e there is no promotion or survival to play for.
But the Championship form table is still a concern for both clubs, nevertheless. So bad has Nottingham Forest's form been, they would be 23rd based on the last six games - with no one other than Leeds below them.
The Yorkshire club, having lost their last five on the bounce, are rock bottom.
Of course, in terms of Neil Redfearn's future, anyone above him at the club may look at Leeds' run of results and question his impact on the side without assistant manager Steve Thompson.
That would be besides the point and ignoring everything that's been going on at Elland Road. But, for anyone looking to catch the 49-year-old out in terms of his Leeds future, it's unfortunately the perfect stick to beat him with...
While Nottingham Forest and United struggle, however, Norwich City would top the standings, with Fulham in the top 10 and Blackpool outside the bottom three!