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UEFA Coefficient Update

Slight update based on this week’s games. Germany is now 1.5 points behind Italy for the 3rd spot on the UEFA Coefficient list, losing a little bit of ground as Italy went 2-0-1 to Germany’s 1-2-1. Fiorentina and Juventus gained full points this week, but Robben’s wonder-goal eliminated Fiorentina from Europe. At the moment, Italy have only two teams left in Europe, while Germany has only lost Hertha Berlin. With Werder and Wolfsburg gaining valuable away draws with a goal and Hamburg getting a 3-1 victory at home over Anderlecht, there is high possibility that all three sides could progress to the quarter-finals.

How big is next week? If Wolfsburg and Werder were to get home wins and Hamburg and away draw it would bring the Bundesliga to 61.88 and a few wins/draws away from overtaking Serie A.

League 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009-10 Coeff.
22px Flag of Italy.svg UEFA Coefficient Update Italy 14.00 15.36 11.93 10.25 11.38 13.57 62.91 -> 62.49
22px Flag of Germany.svg UEFA Coefficient Update Germany 10.57 10.44 9.50 13.50 12.69 14.91 56.70 -> 61.04

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