SB Nation Power League: Latics are in Danger

Jan Kruger

This weeks rankings tell the story of their own, Wigan are on the drop and we are starting to stare the relegation zone down the barrel. Thankfully there are teams worse of than us at the moment, however there are a lot of teams that are better off than us. Hopefully we can start to pull up the table by getting a run of wins together, although the fixture list of Latics is going to get harder.

This weeks rankings tell the story of their own, Wigan are on the drop and we are starting to stare the relegation zone down the barrel. Thankfully there are teams worse off than us at the moment, however there are a lot of teams that are better off than us. Hopefully we can start to pull up the table by getting a run of wins together, although the fixture list of Latics is going to get harder.

While for the rest of the league, is starting to line up as usual. The Manchester and London teams are chasing for the top spot, while the mid-table teams are fighting for the Europa League spot, or in the case of Everton are fighting above their weight, on paper anyways.

Chelsea- Beating Tottenham will have been a sweet win, especially coming from behind to win the game comfortably. They are leading the way and look like they can keep on winning. Possible champions?

Manchester United- They look shaky, no two ways about it. Yet going forward it is hard to see how they can't score, with both Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie they are going to be the ones to watch.

Manchester City- Much like United they haven't looked as strong as they did last year, and had to fight hard against a well drilled West Bromwich Albion side that nearly beat them.

Tottenham- Unlucky not to beat Chelsea, but the improvement is clear to see and they will now be looking to press the teams above them.

Everton- How are they doing? None knows hopefully they can keep it up!

Arsenal- Mixed start to the season for Arsenal. At times they have looked fantastic, then the next week they look poor. The return of Jack Wsilshere and Bacary Sagna will massively improve this Arsenal side.

West Bromwich Albion- Another team punching above their weight, and i wish them all the best. They were unlucky not to get anything against Manchester City last weekend.

Fulham- Another win at home, so an average week for Fulham.

West Ham United- Why they are here I don't know, we are going to smash them this weekend.

Newcastle United- This Newcastle side are just starting to get back into the swing of things, and they were brilliant against Sunderland, even with 10 men.

Liverpool- Its starting to come together, yet not at home. The Liverpool faithful will have something to say about that.

Swansea City- Good enough to stay in the league, and a mid-table out of harms way is still on the card.

Sunderland- Martin O'Neil will be wanting more than what he got at the weekend just gone, and

Stoke City- An average start, and teams above them will want to watch their back when Stoke get into their stride.

Wigan Athletic- What are we doing here!

Norwich City- One win and they jump massively. Will the faith come back? Will they now push on?

Aston Villa- A lot of young players, they need to work harder for each other and start to finish there chance. They were close against Fulham at the weekend.

Reading- Feel sorry for a very talented side. They are improving slowly, but not quick enough to win games.

QPR- Simply a bunch of over paid footballers.

Southampton- Could it get any worse?

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