Monday, April 18, 2011

du Nord Presents: A Look At The Relegation Battles Across Europe's 5 Biggest Leagues

Who is in and who is close to the Relegation Zone:

Arles in France became the first team in the big 5 leagues to officially be relegated for 2011/12.
-How poor has Arles been, you ask? They have already been demoted and still have 7 games left to play.

Bari in Italy is the next team staring at the precipice, being 13 points from safety with just 5 to go.

Serie A - 5 games to go (three lowest placed teams relegated)
39 Chievo
36 Catania
35 Parma
35 Lecce
34 Cesena
- - - - -
32 Sampdoria
30 Brescia
21 Bari

Bundesliga - 4 games to go (two lowest placed teams relegated, with third lowest in playoff against third highest in 2.Bundesliga)
40 Hoffenheim
40 Schalke
35 Werder Bremen
35 Koln
34 Kaiserslautern
33 Stuttgart
33 Eintract Frankfurt
- - - - -
29 Wolfsburg
29 St Pauli
26 Monchengladbach

Ligue 1 - 7 games to go (three lowest placed teams relegated)
39 Brest
39 Nice
38 Valenciennes
38 Toulouse
37 Auxerre
37 Nancy
35 Monaco
- - - - -
35 Caen
29 Lens
REL-13 Arles

Premier League - 5 or 6 games to go (three lowest placed teams relegated)
40 Aston Villa (5 games left)
39 Newcastle
39 West Brom (5 games left)
38 Fulham
38 Stoke
38 Birmingham (5 games left)
38 Sunderland
35 Blackburn
34 Wigan (5 games left)
- - - - -
33 Blackpool (5 games left)
32 West Ham (5 games left)
32 Wolverhampton

Primera Division - 6 games to go (three lowest placed teams relegated)
39 Mallorca
38 Sporting Gijon
38 Real Sociedad
38 Deportivo La Coruna
37 Getafe
37 Racing Santander
35 Osasuna
33 Real Zaragoza
- - - - -
33 Malaga
30 Hercules
26 Almeria

1 Comments:

Blogger Martek said...

Here's a great possibility. If both Stoke and Birmingham get relegated, it would mean the League Cup winner AND (potentially) FA Cup winner will get relegated. That is so statistically improbable that I can't help but root for it to happen (though I like both teams).

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