Premier League Power Rankings – Week 11

The 2023-24 Premier League season has been a whirlwind so far and the table is very crowded as we try to wrap our heads around the first few months.

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If only there was another way to rank the teams…

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There are few promoters who are achieving, or failing, as the Premier League continues to bring shockwaves up and down the table and we are looking to have a fierce competition between the twelve teams this season.

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Below are the Power Rankings for all 20 teams based on what they showed us in Matchweek 11 and their current form.

Be prepared for many ups and downs in the weeks, and months to come.

Premier League Power Rankings – Week 11


20. Burnley – Bottom 2

19 Bournemouth – Bottom 2

18. Sheffield United – Up 2

17. West Ham – Bottom 2

16. Fulham – Bottom 3

The Clarets lost at home to Crystal Palace, making it a sixth defeat to open the season and Vincent Kompany’s side have no chance of staying in the Premier League. Bournemouth were beaten at Man City to underline their struggles, while Sheffield United secured their first (but crucial) win in the top flight when they beat Wolves to give themselves a chance to stay there. West Ham are slumping badly as David Moyes lost to Brentford and are now four games without a win, while Fulham are three unbeaten as they look to lack confidence in attack as they squander chances to win. Man United at home is a rare attacking display.

The scrappers

15. Luton Town – Up 1

14. Nottingham Forest – Up 5

13. Crystal Palace – Up 1

12. Everton – Bottom 2

11. Wolves – Bottom 4

Luton Town put up a valiant fight at home to Liverpool and came close to securing a big win as the Hatters showed the best of the new boys and are a tough team to play against, especially at home. The City Ground remains Nottingham Forest’s stronghold as well, as they stunned Aston Villa with a 2-0 win and the top-flight made a big difference. Palace won at Burnley as they continue to struggle in mid-table and now Eze is back and Olise is almost fit, while Everton were precious about their point against Brighton, but Sean Dyche will be disappointed not to add a second goal. and that they fell hard in the second half. Wolves boss Gary O’Neil was also angered by the VAR proposal when they lost to Sheffield United to ensure their perfect start to the season could happen at any time.

A promising team

10. Manchester United – Up 2

9. Chelsea – Up 2

8. Brighton – Even

7. Aston Villa – Bottom 3

6. Brentford – Up 3

Bruno Fernandes’ late winner for Fulham did little to spoil Manchester United’s embarrassment as Erik ten Hag’s side defended brilliantly as they got back to basics and just won. Yes, the performance wasn’t great but the result was great and United will be looking to build on that with Andre Onana having a great game in goal. As for Chelsea, they are another giant who won when they needed it most and it is difficult to analyze their performance (or the whole game) in their crazy 4-1 win at Tottenham. Mauricio Pochettino will be happy with the rest as he created more chances, but he also played with nine men for most of the game and wasted chances and allowed Spurs to make it 2-2 several times late on. game. Let’s see if the Blues can hang on for that big win. Brighton were sluggish against Everton as they failed to counter several times but fought back to get a point as their unbeaten run reached five. Aston Villa had a restful day in their surprise defeat at Forest as Unai Emery’s side dominated the game but their final ball was lacking as teams were perhaps shown how to stop them from using space on the counter. Brentford have now won three games in a row as their crazy win at home to West Ham explained everything that is good about Thomas Frank’s side as they are missing a lot of key players but they are getting on with it and it is very dangerous. play against.

Led lights

5. Liverpool – Even

4. Arsenal – Bottom 3

3. Newcastle – Up 3

2. Tottenham – Up 1

1. Manchester City – Up 1

Jurgen Klopp was delighted to come away from Luton with a point thanks to Luis Diaz’s late equalizer as Liverpool inflicted more damage but was thankful to avoid a historic upset. Arsenal were beaten at Newcastle after a series of VAR disputes with Mikel Arteta on the verge of a tantrum, but the Gunners lacked quality throughout and questions surrounding David Raya remained. Given all their injuries, you have to give it to Newcastle to win against Arsenal. Eddie Howe’s side are in good form and are on a seven game unbeaten run and away from the big Champions League clash at the heart of this major PL clash. They are just seven points clear at the top, in the quarterfinals of the League Cup and in the hunt for the Champions League last 16. Tottenham lost 4-1 at home to Chelsea but my goodness they showed me politely that they are close to grabbing a point. to be nine people. Ange Postecoglou’s side got off to a great start against Chelsea, but their heads were lost when Romero and Udogie were sent off but Ange-mpira continued to be at their best and fired in despite their first defeat of the season. That said, the defeat will prove costly with Micky van de Ven out with a groin injury, James Maddison also coming on and Romero serving a three-match ban. And back at the top we have a successful Manchester City who have now won three games in a row and scored six against Bournemouth to confirm their dominance, Jeremy Doku looks to be one of the summer signings.

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