Merton's best and worst train stations for on-time services have been ranked – and this is how they have performed.

OnTimeTrains, which was launched last year, analyses how many of the millions of journeys commuters make are on time.

It rates both the busiest stations in England, Scotland, and Wales as well as their performance – which is calculated based on service punctuality and cancellation frequency.

Ones with high scores have services which leave and arrive on time with a low rate of cancellations.

After this is taken over the course of a certain period of time, such as the last three months, a percentage score is then tallied against more than 2,600 stations.

Wimbledon Park is top of the list, as 91 per cent of services have been on time while zero of them have been cancelled.

Wimbledon station, meanwhile, is last as only 40 per cent of services have been on time - with four per cent being cancelled.

Below is a list of all Merton's stations ranked – from best to worst – in the past 12 weeks, with their rank against the other 2605 stations UK-wide as well as per cent of trains on time in brackets.

  1. Wimbledon Park (108 and 91 per cent)
  2. Haydons Road (289 and 73 per cent )
  3. Wimbledon Chase (289 and 69 per cent)
  4. Morden south (335 and 65 per cent)
  5. South Merton (428 and 57 per cent)
  6. Mitcham Junction (834 and 56 per cent)
  7. Mitcham Eastfields (1180 and 31 per cent)
  8. Motspur Park (1623 and 30 per cent)
  9. Raynes Park (1873 and 30 per cent)
  10. Wimbledon (1730 and 40 per cent)