Premier League – Week 7 Power Rankings

Week 6 of the Premier League is in the books, and with most clubs playing EFL matches midweek, we could be seeing some tired legs. Nine teams stay put from last week’s rankings, and the remaining 11 clubs didn’t really move around all that much.
We’ll be including the clubs’ actual table position from here on out, and you can see how they’ve started to align. As always, these rankings only include league play during the week, but if something dramatic happens in the EFL Cup or Champions League, it might affect the teams’ performance elsewhere.
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

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EFL Championship – Week 8 Power Rankings

Two matches this week for the clubs in the Championship, and we had some unexpected results. Only four teams didn’t move in this update to our mid-week Power Rankings. We also have a new number one team in the Rankings, even if the top of the league table hasn’t changed.
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

RankTeamRecordMid-WeekChangeTable Pos
1Middlesbrough5-3-121↑2
2Sheffield United5-1-342↑4
3West Bromwich Albion5-2-252↑3
4Leeds United5-3-113↓1
5Derby County5-1-361↑6
6Brentford4-3-233↓7
7Wigan Athletic5-1-392↑5
8Norwich City4-2-3124↑11
9Aston Villa3-4-281↓13
10Bolton Wanderers3-3-31015
11Swansea City3-4-21114
12Bristol City4-2-375↓8
13Nottingham Forest3-5-1141↑9
14Sheffield Wednesday4-2-3131↓10
15Blackburn Rovers3-5-1161↑12
16Queens Park Rangers3-1-5151↓16
17Birmingham City1-6-2214↑17
18Stoke City2-3-41818
19Rotherham United3-0-6172↓19
20Hull City2-1-6191↓21
21Millwall1-3-5201↓22
22Reading2-2-5231↑20
23Ipswich Town0-5-4221↓23
24Preston North End1-2-62424

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EFL Championship – (Mid)-Week 7 Power Rankings

The first round of matches this week is now complete, and with a full slate coming this weekend as well, I wanted to update the Power Rankings leading up to the games this weekend.
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

RankTeamRecordLast WeekChangeTable Pos
1Leeds United5-3-011
2Middlesbrough5-2-131↑2
3Brentford4-3-121↓3
4Sheffield United4-1-346
5West Bromwich Albion4-2-261↑4
6Derby County4-1-371↑9
7Bristol City4-2-252↓5
8Aston Villa3-4-1102↑7
9Wigan Athletic4-1-3123↑8
10Bolton Wanderers3-2-382↓15
11Swansea City3-3-292↓10
12Norwich City3-2-3131↑12
13Sheffield Wednesday3-2-3112↓13
14Nottingham Forest2-5-1151↑11
15Queens Park Rangers3-1-4172↑16
16Blackburn Rovers2-5-11614
17Rotherham United3-0-5143↓18
18Stoke City2-3-3202↑17
19Hull City2-1-5181↓19
20Millwall1-3-4191↓21
21Birmingham City0-6-2232↑20
22Ipswich Town0-4-4242↑24
23Reading1-2-5212↓22
24Preston North End1-2-5222↓23

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Premier League – Week 6 Power Rankings

Week 5 of the Premier League is in the books, and with the clubs at the top of last year’s table prepare for their first matches in Champions League, there could be some interesting shifts at the end of action this weekend. Four teams stay put from last week’s rankings, with eight teams moving up and eight teams moving down.
We’ll be including the clubs’ actual table position from here on out, and you can see how they’ve started to align, and next week we will present our first look at current qualifiers for Championship/Europa, as well as those in the relegation spots. As always, these rankings only include league play during the week, but if something dramatic happens in the EFL Cup or Champions League, it might affect the teams’ performance elsewhere..
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

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EFL Championship – Week 7 Power Rankings

It seemed that some of the teams this week wanted to remain on break, and results indicated as much. Lot’s of movement up and down in both these Power Rankings and the League Table. Only four teams stayed in the same position as last week, and half the clubs moving down an average of two spots. I am including the actual table position for the clubs as well, if only to see how my rankings have shifted to align with the club’s actual placement.
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

RankTeamRecordLast WeekChangeTable Pos
1Leeds United4-3-011
2Brentford4-2-142↑2
3Middlesbrough4-2-121↓4
4Sheffield United4-0-331↓5
5Bristol City4-2-1127↑3
6West Bromwich Albion3-2-271↑8
7Derby County4-0-352↓7
8Bolton Wanderers3-2-262↓10
9Swansea City3-3-181↓6
10Aston Villa2-4-11012
11Sheffield Wednesday3-2-2119
12Wigan Athletic3-1-393↓11
13Norwich City2-2-3141↑16
14Rotherham United3-0-4173↑14
15Nottingham Forest1-5-1132↓15
16Blackburn Rovers2-4-1151↓19
17Queens Park Rangers2-1-4181↑18
18Hull City2-1-4213↑17
19Millwall1-3-31919
20Stoke City1-3-3182↓20
21Reading1-2-4243↑22
22Preston North End1-2-4166↓23
23Birmingham City0-5-2221↓21
24Ipswich Town0-3-4241↓24

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Premier League – Week 5 Power Rankings

Week 4 of the Premier League is in the books, and as all the clubs are set to take a break for a week for international duty, we felt we shouldn’t leave you hanging until next week to update our Power Rankings from last week. And as we started last week, we’ll include the clubs’ actual table position, which have started to align for most of the clubs. As always, these rankings only include league play during the week, so if your favorite club happened to lose to a Championship club in the EFL Cup, it won’t affect them here.
Note: Records presented as W-D-L

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