📈 Power Rankings: A great week for the FA Cup and UEL winners! | OneFootball

📈 Power Rankings: A great week for the FA Cup and UEL winners!

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Lewis Ambrose

The European season is slowly drawing to a close but there’s enough juice left in the tank for a couple more editions of the Power Rankings, right?


10. Barcelona (No change)

The season has had its ups and downs but Barcelona are ending it comfortably in second place.

Ones to watch in 2022/23.


9. Eintracht Frankfurt (🆕)

Frankfurt finished 11th in the Bundesliga without winning any of their last 11 matches. And so what?

An unbeaten season in Europe and the Europa League trophy to cap an incredible run, Eintracht are more than worthy of their place in next season’s Champions League.


8. Tottenham (🆕)

What a difference a week makes. Tottenham needed to beat Arsenal and then hope their north London rivals dropped even more points at Newcastle. You know what happened next.

A six-point swing and Spurs head to Norwich on the final day knowing they will be in the Champions League next season if they just avoid defeat.


7. Union Berlin (👍 Last week: 8)

Union Berlin will be playing in the Europa League in 2022/23 after a superb end to the season.

Six wins in their final seven matches made them the form side as the Bundesliga came to a close.


6. Real Madrid (👎 Last week: 5)

Real Madrid have their feet up a little bit and who can blame them?

With one eye on the Champions League final they dropped a couple more points at the weekend. We think they’ll be OK with that as long as there are no injuries between now and next weekend.


5. Milan (👍 Last week: 6)

A first Scudetto since 2011 draws closer and closer. Milan were in control as they beat Atalanta 2-0 on Sunday to make it five wins in a row and 15 unbeaten in Serie A.

The Rossoneri are now just one win from glory.


4. Inter (No change)

The Coppa Italia winners are keeping the heat on their local rivals, winning again at the weekend to take the title race to the final weekend.

Inter have won seven of their last eight in the league, as well as winning the cup in that time, but it just might not be enough.


3. Monaco (No change)

From European football looking like a real improbability to a Champions League spot being in their own hands.

An incredible nine-game winning run is the longest any Ligue 1 club has enjoyed all season as Monaco go into the final day.


2. Manchester City (👎 Last week: 1)

It could’ve been a rough weekend but City fought back to take a point away from West Ham having trailed by two at half-time.

It should – should — be enough to clinch the title at the weekend but the champagne remains on ice for now.


1. Liverpool (👍 Last week: 2)

The FA Cup winners certainly seem to like it at Wembley. Another penalty shootout win over Chelsea saw Liverpool seal a second trophy of the season at the weekend before West Ham kept their quadruple dreams alive the following day.

Surely not?