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Where Things Stand – Part Three: Chasing Europe

The business end of the table. Three medals and three European spots up for grabs.

Runaway leaders? Perhaps – no side has held an advantage this big since Wisła Kraków stormed the league in 2010/11. The current leaders have also not led the way at this stage since 2016, despite lifting three of the four titles since then. There are still eleven games to go, but it is Legia’s title to lose.

The interesting battle in the top half is that for the two (or maybe three, depending on the Cup Winners) Europa league spots. Just two points separate five teams; a good run of victories giving a chance of putting pressure on the leaders, should they stumble, while a bad run could potentially mean missing out on the top eight altogether.

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Choose your Perfect Ekstraklasa Club

With the return of the Ekstraklasa this weekend, and two games per matchday available on UK TV, Polish football is likely to garner a few new viewers. Now, if you’re new to the league, you’ll need a team to support. Don’t worry – Piłka.uk has you covered:

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