Another defeat for at the weekend sees them drop further down our European Power Rankings.

League performances, plus the relative difficulty of each team’s league, to find out who is the best team in Europe.

The Gunners’ 2-0 loss at Chelsea – who remain top of our form guide among the clubs still in European competition – dealt their Premier League title ambitions another blow, and they sink down to eighth place after dropping down two last week.

Arsene Wenger’s side are now just one place above Porto, their rivals in the Champions League second round, which starts next week. The Portuguese side have moved up two places thanks to their 3-0 win over Naval, and Fiorentina and Sevilla suffering defeats in their respective leagues.

Real Madrid move up to second place following their 3-0 home win over Espanyol and Bordeaux’s 4-2 defeat at Rennes. The French champions have now dropped from top to third in the space of two weeks.

The biggest movers this week come from the Dutch league, with two home wins for PSV seeing them jump into the top six, while six domestic points also see Ajax leap up four places to 21. One of those wins came against Twente, who drop three to 27th as a result.

2. Real Madrid – 22.74

3. Bordeaux – 22.72

4. Barcelona – 22.26

6. PSV Eindhoven – 21.20

7. Benfica – 20.89

8. Arsenal – 20.63

9. Porto – 19.75

10. Fiorentina – 19.55

11. Sevilla – 19.40

12. Internazionale – 19.32

13. Salzburg – 19.18

14. Fenerbahce – 18.80

15. Lyon – 18.66

16. Roma – 18.23

17. Shakhtar – 18.08

18. Valencia – 18.00

19. Bayern – 17.98

20. Panathinaikos – 17.90

21. Ajax – 17.36

22. Werder Bremen – 17.31

23. Galatasaray – 17.27

24. Olympiacos – 17.10

25. Milan – 17.05

26. Anderlecht – 16.72

27. Twente – 16.58

28. CSKA Moscow – 16.13

29. Hapoel Tel-Aviv – 15.67

30. Brugge – 15.33

31. Lille – 14.69

32. Unirea Urziceni – 14.67

34. Athletic Bilbao – 14.52

35. Rubin – 14.45

36. Hamburg – 14.38

37. Juventus – 14.28

38. Sporting Lisbon – 14.08

39. FC Copenhagen – 13.86

40. Marseille – 13.81

42. Stuttgart – 13.50

44. Villarreal – 12.19

45. Wolfsburg – 11.19

46. Standard Liege – 10.00

47. Hertha Berlin – 9.02

48. Atletico Madrid – 8.21

Scores are based on points per game in domestic league, Champions League and Europa games.

Domestic points per game are multiplied by the league coefficient – either 3.5, 4, 4.5 or 5 – with teams in stronger leagues getting more credit.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 5. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 4. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

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Champions League – Rankings: Arsenal slump

Another defeat for at the weekend sees them drop further down our European Power Rankings.

League performances, plus the relative difficulty of each team’s league, to find out who is the best team in Europe.

The Gunners’ 2-0 loss at Chelsea – who remain top of our form guide among the clubs still in European competition – dealt their Premier League title ambitions another blow, and they sink down to eighth place after dropping down two last week.

Arsene Wenger’s side are now just one place above Porto, their rivals in the Champions League second round, which starts next week. The Portuguese side have moved up two places thanks to their 3-0 win over Naval, and Fiorentina and Sevilla suffering defeats in their respective leagues.

Real Madrid move up to second place following their 3-0 home win over Espanyol and Bordeaux’s 4-2 defeat at Rennes. The French champions have now dropped from top to third in the space of two weeks.

The biggest movers this week come from the Dutch league, with two home wins for PSV seeing them jump into the top six, while six domestic points also see Ajax leap up four places to 21. One of those wins came against Twente, who drop three to 27th as a result.

2. Real Madrid – 22.74

3. Bordeaux – 22.72

4. Barcelona – 22.26

6. PSV Eindhoven – 21.20

7. Benfica – 20.89

8. Arsenal – 20.63

9. Porto – 19.75

10. Fiorentina – 19.55

11. Sevilla – 19.40

12. Internazionale – 19.32

13. Salzburg – 19.18

14. Fenerbahce – 18.80

15. Lyon – 18.66

16. Roma – 18.23

17. Shakhtar – 18.08

18. Valencia – 18.00

19. Bayern – 17.98

20. Panathinaikos – 17.90

21. Ajax – 17.36

22. Werder Bremen – 17.31

23. Galatasaray – 17.27

24. Olympiacos – 17.10

25. Milan – 17.05

26. Anderlecht – 16.72

27. Twente – 16.58

28. CSKA Moscow – 16.13

29. Hapoel Tel-Aviv – 15.67

30. Brugge – 15.33

31. Lille – 14.69

32. Unirea Urziceni – 14.67

34. Athletic Bilbao – 14.52

35. Rubin – 14.45

36. Hamburg – 14.38

37. Juventus – 14.28

38. Sporting Lisbon – 14.08

39. FC Copenhagen – 13.86

40. Marseille – 13.81

42. Stuttgart – 13.50

44. Villarreal – 12.19

45. Wolfsburg – 11.19

46. Standard Liege – 10.00

47. Hertha Berlin – 9.02

48. Atletico Madrid – 8.21

Scores are based on points per game in domestic league, Champions League and Europa games.

Domestic points per game are multiplied by the league coefficient – either 3.5, 4, 4.5 or 5 – with teams in stronger leagues getting more credit.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 5. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 4. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

Read the article on Yahoo! Eurosport

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