The Football League Power Rankings gives football fans, like you, a unique way of charting your team’s progress throughout the football season. The FLPR breaks down the barriers of the English league system and puts all 92 Football League teams into one, complete league table based on form.
Following their win at MK Dons, Wolves briefly hit a season high second place. To overhaul Man City in first, Wolves would have had to win their midweek game at Stevenage by 17 goals, or 16 with a clean sheet. However, a 0-0 draw was the best they could muster which only won them 3.231 points and has dropped them back to third. Wolves have not dropped from the top 10 since the 19th September.
Liverpool’s two wins over Tottenham – 0-5 away and 4-0 at home, have warranted a combined 19.310 points.
Fancy celebrating some mid-table mediocrity? Port Vale, Ipswich Town, Crawley Town, MK Dons and Dagenham and Redbridge have spent no time in the top 20 or the bottom 20 this season.
Chesterfield have only spent seven days outside the FLPR top 20 all season – they dropped to 22nd on 21st of January but climbed back up to 14th the following week. Brighton have spent only two weeks inside the top 20, but have never dropped lower than 61st
Best Weekend Result
Burnley 0-2 Leicester 9.196 points Leicester’s win satisfied the FLPR’s most important criteria; away win, standard of opponent and clean sheet. This was statistically Leicester’s second best win of the season
Table as of 03/04/2014
|13||Preston North End||40||20||15||5||193.900||484.8|
|18||Queens Park Rangers||39||20||10||9||180.756||463.5|
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