Top 10 Most In-Form Teams In 2021/22 Season – Top 5 Leagues

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Here are the top 10 most in-form teams in 2021/22 season

Who is the most in-form team of 2021/22 season? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their current performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 most in-form teams in 2021/22 season.

Most In-Form Teams (Scored:Conceded)

  1. Liverpool – 25:4
  2. Barcelona – 24:8
  3. Real Madrid – 20:6
  4. Manchester City – 18:6
  5. RB Leipzig – 27:10
  6. Dortmund – 27:14
  7. Arsenal – 20:9
  8. Atletico Madrid – 23:14
  9. Juventus – 18:9
  10. Chelsea – 18:7

On Thursday, Liverpool defeated Arsenal 2-0 to decrease the points gap between them and league leaders Manchester City. The Premier League title race is on now and it’s getting intense game-by-game.

Barcelona has been doing great since Xavi’s homecoming to Camp Nou as their manager. They were 8th before his arrival but he did a great job handling the team and the club is now sitting at 4th spot on the La Liga points table.

In a recent incident, Gareth Southgate has challenged Marcus Rashford to show him his top form again before the FIFA World Cup in Qatar to make sure of his place in the squad.

“He’s in the same position as everybody else, whether they’re in the squad or not they have to play well towards the end of this season and in particular the beginning of next,” he said.

“It’s a difficult time for him, he’s clearly not at his best, but we know a lot about Marcus and hopefully he can rediscover the form we know he’s capable of.”

“I don’t think it ever crossed our minds not to select Harry Maguire for this squad, he’s been a key part of the starting XI that got us a World Cup semi-final and a European Championship final,” he said.

“The club are going through a difficult period, [but] you have to look at our best players and he’s in that group, there’s no doubt in my mind that he’s one of our best centre backs.

“I’ll always be accused of double standards of picking on form but there’s nuances to that, there’s a more difficult path on selecting a squad.