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Power Rankings: Barnsley rise to the top, Sheffield Wednesday on the up, Leeds United in decline

NEW leaders in our latest Yorkshire Post Power Rankings list in the shape of Barnsley - and a nifty jump for Sheffield Wednesday.

Here's the latest Power Rankings based on form, reputation and expectation. Click through the gallery and post your own thoughts by getting in touch with us via Twitter via @YPSport ...

Back-to-back wins in league and cup have steadied the ship for the Owls ahead of Sunday's glamour FA Cup tie at Chelsea.'Wednesday are a fairly healthy seventh in the Championship's six-match form guide.

5. Sheffield Wednesday DDDLWW (+3).

Back-to-back wins in league and cup have steadied the ship for the Owls ahead of Sunday's glamour FA Cup tie at Chelsea.'Wednesday are a fairly healthy seventh in the Championship's six-match form guide.
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Frustrated on home soil by Burton last weekend - as Rovers failed to return to winning ways after a loss at Wycombe on the previous Saturday.'Rovers, ranked third in League One's ten-game form statistics, but 14th in the six-game list, host Oldham in the FA Cup on Saturday.

6. Doncaster Rovers LWWWLD (-1)

Frustrated on home soil by Burton last weekend - as Rovers failed to return to winning ways after a loss at Wycombe on the previous Saturday.'Rovers, ranked third in League One's ten-game form statistics, but 14th in the six-game list, host Oldham in the FA Cup on Saturday.
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An excellent 3-1 home win over Hartlepool helped secure back-to-back wins for Simon Weaver's side who are showing signs of getting back on track after a previous run of three defeats in four outings.

7. Harrogate Town LLDLWW (+2)

An excellent 3-1 home win over Hartlepool helped secure back-to-back wins for Simon Weaver's side who are showing signs of getting back on track after a previous run of three defeats in four outings.
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A dismal 4-0 weekend home loss to Southend has provided City with a stark reality check - and a second successive comprehensive defeat.'Despite some signs of life this winter, the relegation-threatened Bantams, who have lost three of their past five appointments, have plenty of work to do.

8. Bradford City WLWWLL (-2)

A dismal 4-0 weekend home loss to Southend has provided City with a stark reality check - and a second successive comprehensive defeat.'Despite some signs of life this winter, the relegation-threatened Bantams, who have lost three of their past five appointments, have plenty of work to do.
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