Premier League Power Rankings


With the recent off week for Premier League sides in the books, we take a look at how each club currently sits in the league from the top, all the way to the very bottom. This is the first edition of the Premier League Power Rankings.

team. 387. The Saints of Southampton hit a bump in their last match at Tottenham. The run of play that they have had looks set to continue despite the loss. With their match at home against a struggling Sunderland, look for the Saints to get back to their winning ways. The club should also be set to go on another winning run with it next few matches all against mid to lower table clubs in the Premier League. <strong>This Week: at v. Sunderland</strong>. (4-1-2). Previous: . Southampton. 6

Defeating West Brom in their last match should help put the club back on track. After last seasons collapse, Liverpool has continued its poor play into this season. Struggling both at home and on the road, Liverpool will quickly need to change its form if it wants to contend this season. With their upcoming match at last placed Queens Park Rangers, Liverpool will need to win to keep its supporters from turning on the club. <strong>This Week: at QPR</strong>. (3-1-3). Previous: . Liverpool. 7. team. 301

(1-3-3). Previous: . Everton. 16. team. 338. Possibly the most shocking team of the season so far. After last seasons fifth place finish, Everton currently sits seventeenth in the table with only one win. The highlight of the season being their 1-1 draw at Liverpool. With the clubs only win coming at West Brom on the fourth matchday, result have to change now. Roberto Martinez is quickly finding his standing with the club more and more uneasy as the weeks go bye will need results if he wishes to remain in charge of Everton. <strong>This Week: v. Aston Villa</strong>

380. With only three goals through seven matches, two of them coming last week, Burnley needs to find some offense. Losing at West Brom 4-0 also account for most of the -7 goal differential. Allowing only six goals over the other six matches show how good the defense of the newly promoted side are. Defense however will not keep them in the Premier League. The side must find offense and find it in a hurry. <strong>This Week: v. West Ham</strong>. (0-4-3). Previous: . Burnley. 19. team