YP Power Rankings - Hull City, Sheffield United and Barnsley moving on up but Rotherham United and Huddersfield Town's woes continue
IT IS a case of all change at the top of tour Yorkshire latest Power Rankings list - with Hull City rightfully back in pole position.
By The Newsroom
Thursday, 17th January 2019, 11:17 am
Updated Friday, 18th January 2019, 1:33 am
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Nine unbeaten at league level, the Tigers are top of the Championship's six-match form guide and are second in the ten-match guide after a haul of 23 points from the last 27.
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Rallied from their surprise FA Cup loss with a hard-fought home win over QPR, their fourth victory on the trot in the Championship.
The Blades are second in the six-match form guide in the Championship.
Extended their unbeaten league sequence at Oakwell to 17 matches after an impressive 3-0 triumph over Yorkshire rivals Bradford City.
The Reds are now six unbeaten in the league and possess the third best home form in League One.
Have got back on track after the surprise Carabao Cup loss to Burton.
Boro have won four matches in their last six in all competitions and their away form is the joint second-best in the Championshi.
Plucked defeat from the jaws of victory in a shock 3-2 reverse at Wycombe on Saturday.
That said, Rovers remain in a good place and are ranked second in the ten-match League One form guide.
Drop down a few places after a 3-0 loss at Barnsley, just their second defeat in six League One outings.
An outstanding victory over Derby has steadied the ship and calmed a few fraying nerves for Leeds, with the overall picture being bright.
Leeds remain top of the ten-match Championship form guide and possess the best home form.
A Cup replay win at Luton has helped Wednesday get back in supporters' good books after a wretched weekend derby defeat at Hull, which represented their first defeat in six.
Secured a welcome 2-1 weekend win at Dover, their first win in six matches.
Bowed out of the FA Trophy after a replay loss at Solihull.
The Shaymen have won just once in their past eight outings in all competitions.
The Millers' run without an away win at second-tier level extended to a mammoth 37 games after a tough defeat at relegation rivals Ipswich Town.
Rotherham have won just once in their last 12 matches in all competitions.
Ended their desperate nine-match losing sequence at Cardiff last weekend, but it was no time for good news for Town, who parted company with David Wagner on Monday.