UEFA have published a new list of club coefficients ahead of the 2015-16 season, ranking all the teams in the Champions League and Europa League.
The headline news is that Manchester United, having missed out on a season in Europe last term, have fallen below local rivals Manchester City.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are Arsenal remain in the top seven.
Check out the top 20 in full right here.
Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Celtic do not make it into the top 20. The Reds are 55th, Spurs are 24th and the champions of Scotland sit in 46th place.
The column on the right shows how many points each club has now, while the columns to the left show how many points were gained in each of the last five seasons, including this season to date.
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United’s Europeless season may have helped them regroup and focus on the Premier League under Louis van Gaal, but it also saw them slip below some pretty average teams in the rankings. Meanwhile, back-to-back Europe League winners Sevilla should feel a bit unlucky to rank so far down this list.