Back in July 2010 I bemoaned the fact that football league tables on the BBC always start in alphabetical order, giving Arsenal a distinct head-start over other teams and Wolves (in the absence of Yeovil in the Premiership) a distinct disadvantage.
This is how the bottom half of the league table looked (with no games played)
Twenty five games in and the ACTUAL league table looks like this;
So despite Wolves fantastic win at the weekend against Man United, we're pretty much back where we started when the teams were arranged in alphabetical order! Birmingham City are unlikely to capture 3rd spot though, which they looked likely to at the start of the season!