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Championship Power Rankings: Stoke's Tom Ince top
Stoke's Tom Ince tops chart ahead of Sheffield Wednesday's Adam Reach and Sheffield United's Billy Sharp
Last Updated: 04/10/18 2:35pm
Stoke's Tom Ince has topped the Championship Power Rankings after the mid-week fixtures.
The former Huddersfield midfielder scored his third goal in as many games during a 2-0 win over Bolton, having assisted Bruno Martins Indi's opener.
Sheffield Wednesday's Adam Reach almost reached the summit after hitting another goal-of-the-season contender in a 2-2 draw with West Brom.- having smashed another against Leeds five days earlier.
Meanwhile, rivals Sheffield United drew level on points atop the Championship table after a 2-0 win at Blackburn, with Billy Sharp (No 3), Chris Basham (No 5) and David McGoldrick (No 7) all making the top 10.
Norwich defender Timm Klose soared into No 4 spot after breaking the deadlock during a 1-1 draw at Derby - having helped his side keep successive clean sheets against Wigan and QPR.
Leeds forward Tyler Roberts (No 6) scored his third goal from five starts this term to secure a 1-0 win at Hull, while club captain Liam Cooper (No 8) retained his lengthy spell among the top performers.
Meanwhile, Birmingham's Lukas Jutkiewicz slipped six places after a 1-1 draw at Brentford, while last week's table-topper Dwight Gayle also plummeted down the chart into No 10 spot after a goalless run-out in Sheffield.
The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points for 34 different stats.
Below, we present the in-form chart based on performances over the past five Championship matchdays (with greater weight placed on recent games), your club's top points scorer and the season accumulative chart.
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