The latest Yorkshire Post Power Rankings

Power Rankings: Barnsley tough to topple, Leeds United and Sheffield United rise, Sheffield Wednesday fall

BARNSLEY are holding firm at the top of the Yorkshire Post's latest Power Rankings list.

Bradford City, Leeds United and Harrogate Town have experienced jumps this week, while Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday have suffered falls. Here's the latest.

Now nine matches unbeaten in League One, the promotion-chasing Reds are seeking their fifth straight home win against Scunthorpe this weekend at Oakwell - where they have not lost in 18 league games.

1. 1: Barnsley DLWWWD (=)

Now nine matches unbeaten in League One, the promotion-chasing Reds are seeking their fifth straight home win against Scunthorpe this weekend at Oakwell - where they have not lost in 18 league games.
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Rise a place after a key point at automatic promotion rivals Norwich City. The Blades, who have lost just once in seven Championship outings, are aiming for their fourth successive league victory against Bolton on Saturday.

2. 2: Sheffield United WWLWLD (+1)

Rise a place after a key point at automatic promotion rivals Norwich City. The Blades, who have lost just once in seven Championship outings, are aiming for their fourth successive league victory against Bolton on Saturday.
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The Tigers saw their 11-match unbeaten Championship streak come to an end at Blackburn. Nigel Adkins' side - aiming for a fifth straight home league win on Saturday - still top the division's ten-match form table.

3. 3: Hull City WWLWDL (-1)

The Tigers saw their 11-match unbeaten Championship streak come to an end at Blackburn. Nigel Adkins' side - aiming for a fifth straight home league win on Saturday - still top the division's ten-match form table.
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Enjoyed FA Cup highs with a historic weekend success over Oldham, with Rovers having not seen their colours lowered at home in their past eight matches in all competitions.

4. 4: Doncaster Rovers WWWLDW (+2)

Enjoyed FA Cup highs with a historic weekend success over Oldham, with Rovers having not seen their colours lowered at home in their past eight matches in all competitions.
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