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Power Rankings: Bayern Munich leapfrog Chelsea into top spot

German correspondent Raphael Honigstein says Bayern were considered the best in Europe last season as well but ultimately came up short.

The Power Rankings return after a well-earned week off, and the latest edition features a new leader.

1. Bayern Munich (+3)

After a week in which they scored 13 goals in two wins, how could Pep Guardiola's men not top my list? Every superlative they got for winning in Rome on Tuesday was deserved. Quite simply, Bayern were magnificent.

2. Chelsea (-1)

It's a bit harsh to drop the Blues out of first place after they won twice -- scoring eight goals in the process -- but Jose Mourinho's men fall more...

44 minutes ago

High-spirited West Brom will need to adjust ahead of Crystal Palace clash

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock says the race to finish in the top four is wide open as he looks ahead to visiting the Hawthorns.

West Brom's hard-earned point against Manchester United will count for nothing if they are unable to beat Crystal Palace at the Hawthorns this weekend.

A point against United -- even if they're not in top form -- is a fantastic result, but games against sides in the same area of the table are what keep teams up and allow them to push for places higher up. Crystal Palace is one of those games for Albion, but to beat Neil Warnock's side, there will have to be a change in emphasis from the draw with...

2 hours ago

Winning, not aesthetics, the main priority for Dortmund versus Hannover

Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp praises his side for their 4-0 thrashing of Galatasaray in the UEFA Champions League.

"Perverse" is what manager Jurgen Klopp called the discrepancy between Borussia Dortmund's standing in the Bundesliga and Champions League group table after BVB's 4-0 win in Istanbul. Apparently at the Dortmund airport baggage claim, the manager already received the order from a fellow BVB fan to "do the same this weekend."

And right that anonymous BVB fan is; the black and yellows are more than desperate to win Saturday's game against Hannover. The word crisis was even used by sporting director...

 By Jim Daly
2 hours ago

Crystal Palace need to reintegrate Marouane Chamakh into lineup

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock says the race to finish in the top four is wide open as he looks ahead to visiting the Hawthorns.

Having a father for an accountant doesn't automatically equal a bright mathematical mind -- as my GCSE maths results will attest -- but I think I may have found the solution to the latest numbers game stumping Palace fans.

The Eagles have, for the past three or four years, played the modern 4-2-3-1 formation that virtually every club in the world now employs. Even my Sunday League team plays it -- to varying degrees of success (based mostly on whether the opposition is hungover).

It means there are...

2 hours ago

Algeria, Togo successes offset Burkina Faso troubles in FIFA rankings

There has been no letup from Carl Medjani and Algeria following their solid campaign at the World Cup.
There has been no letup from Carl Medjani and Algeria following their solid campaign at the World Cup.

Algeria remains Africa's leading light as they continue on their upward curve after the 2014 World Cup. The North African side rose five places in the FIFA rankings to 15th overall, the highest they have ever been ranked on the table.

Their climb comes with them being the only country to have won all four of their 2015 African Nations' Cup qualifiers. They are already guaranteed a place at next year's continental championship, and as things stand, they seem to be a strong candidate to challenge...

 By Michael Cox
3 hours ago

Angel Di Maria and Juan Mata set for reunion with Mourinho

Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United can still win a Premier League title. The ESPN FC panel think otherwise.

Manchester United have broken their record transfer fee twice in 2014, with vastly different levels of success. Juan Mata has rarely sparkled since his 37.1 million-pound move from Chelsea in January, but Angel Di Maria has been in impressive form, having been signed for 59.7 million pounds in the summer. Jose Mourinho, who visits Old Trafford with Chelsea this weekend, might have predicted how things would go.

Mourinho, of course, has coached both, and his perception of the duo tallies closely...