March Power Rankings

We've trawled through all of our player ratings from March and fed the numbers into our super computer (iPhone calculator) to produce last months Power Rankings for you.


Below is a list of the months best and worst players based on their average match ratings. To be included in the month's rankings players had to play in more than two games which unfortunately means Tommy Smith, Chris Lowe, Danny Williams and Terrence Kongolo miss out.


Take a peek at the results below and let us know what you think of our Power rankings (reminder, 5/10 is an average score). Are we right? Are we wrong? Who's your best and worst performer from March? Let us know in the comments section.


Star man: Laurent Depoitre

March Power Ranking: 6.25/10 (1st)


The Belgian made most of his appearances last month from the bench so perhaps has a bit of a false ranking. However, when called upon he has put in a shift and toiled impressively in his first start of the month away to Newcastle last weekend.


Runner-up: Jonas Lossl

March Power Ranking: 6/10 (2nd)


We've been critical of him at TerrierBlog recently but the Power Rankings disagree. Despite making an error away at Newcastle the Dane has performed well in March, most notably away to Tottenham where he made a string of good saves.


Surprise package: Florent Hadergjonaj

March Power Ranking: 5.83/10 (5th)


The flying right-back has come on leaps and bounds in the past month. After been given a rough ride by Son at Wembley, the Swiss international impressed in the next home game against Swansea, looking Town's most threatening offensive player.


Must-do better: Tom Ince

March Power Ranking: 4.83/10 (12th)


Whilst he wasn't the worst performer last month, his ranking is perhaps the most disappointing. Ince has bags of quality which makes his recent performances even more frustrating and baffling. If he rediscovers his Mojo he can be a key man in deciding our Premier League future.


The Gaffer: David Wagner

March Power Ranking: 4.25/10 


He's made a habit of getting results when it really matters, but in March he came up short in all four games. There were no complaints against Spurs where we were beaten by the better team, but against Swansea, Palace and Newcastle his tactics weren't proactive enough to get us a result.


Hopefully April sees the German shake off the shackles and finally secure his 50th win as Terriers manager.


Full rankings


1. Laurent Depoitre - 6.25/10

2. Jonas Lossl - 6/10

3. Jonathan Hogg - 6/10

4. Aaron Mooy - 6/10

5. Florent Hadergjonaj - 5.83/10

6. Christopher Schindler - 5.75/10

7. Collin Quaner - 5.7/10

8. Alex Pritchard - 5.63/10

9. Rajiv Van La Parra - 5.62/10

10. Mathias Zanka - 5.5/10

11. Steve Mounie - 5/10

12. Tom Ince - 4.83/10

13. Scott Malone - 4.3/10

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