We're mid-way through November, and the 2012-13 season is well and truly clicking into gear all over Europe, with plenty of teams now established in their likely battles for the rest of the campaign.
For some, that is merely avoiding relegation if they can pick up some form over the next two-thirds of the season—take note, Queens Park Rangers, Palermo and Wolfsburg.
Others will be targeting some consistency and a run to the top half or European places, but for a lucky few, or rather a well-run, successful and ambitious few, a battle for Champions League spots and title challenges beckons.
Here are the latest power rankings from all round Europe, detailing which teams are flying in form and can expect to remain a big challenger for the top honours—should they not suffer lack of fitness and form to key players.
Form from the past six games especially, and for the season overall as well as present league position and opposition quality are taken into account.