Sep
28
2007
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Champions League Rankings

Champions League Rankings after the first games. We take into account both domestic and European performance, plus the relative difficulty of each team’s league, to determine who is the top side on the continent.
And after Champions League matchday 1, it’s Roma and Real Madrid top of the pile thanks to a 100% domestic and European record.
Arsenal are tucked in at three following their impressive start to the season with Manchester United moving ahead of Liverpool thanks to their victory in Lisbon.
And no wonder Jose left Chelsea – the Londoners are down at 23. See below for an explanation of the scoring system.

1. Roma, Real Madrid 30 points
3. Arsenal – 28 points
4. Valencia – 25
5. Manchester United – 24.17
6. Barcelona, Milan – 23.33
8. Liverpool – 22.67
9. PSV, Sevilla – 22.5
11. Rangers – 20.5
12. Shakhtar Donetsk – 20.33
13. Fenerbahce – 19.8
14. Slavia Prague – 19
15. Marseille – 18.5
16. Benfica – 18
17. Roseborg – 17.35
18. Porto – 17
19. Besiktas – 16.6
20. Dynamo Kiev – 16
21. Werder Bremen – 15.6
22. Steaua Bucharest – 15.5
23. Chelsea – 14.17
24. Lazio – 13.33
25. Inter – 11.67