We had a look at the Premier League a moment ago so let’s do the same for the Competitive League…this time at 11am Eastern.
However as there are far more teams in this league and the data spread is very large we will display the data over three separate graphs.
This time we will use OnlineChartTool.com to draw the graphs.
This is how the top 15 teams are currently spread out…
The bottom five teams in this graph are pretty much all on a level, there is a step up with just two teams on the next level,four on the next and then big points differences between the top four teams.
Let’s look at the middle 15 teams next:
Here we see that there are bigger step changes between the teams with a relatively gentle climb up the graph until you get to the top four teams and then the climb gets quite steep.
Finally let’s take look at the teams which are currently at the bottom of the Competitive League.
This table neatly breaks up into three main sections. There is the bottom section where the last eight teams have no points at all. The next six teams fall into a middle block of their own and the teams towards the right hand side of the graph are all climbing at a decent rate.