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Race to POTY – Matchday 10

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1/ Eden Hazard

(Last week: 1)

Had the week off to give everyone else a chance to catch up! He’s now actually ‘only’ the joint-top scorer in the Premier League but there’s also the little matter of three assists to go with those seven goals and he’s found the net once every 95 minutes. Chelsea still cruised past Burnley without him but if they’re going to win trophies, Hazard remains the key ingredient.


2/ Virgil Van Dijk

(Last week: 2)

Shock, horror… Liverpool conceded a Premier League goal at Anfield for the first time since February and the cross that led to it even took a slight deflection off the big Dutchman. However, this Reds defence is transformed, it’s turned them into title contenders and Van Dijk is the main reason they’ve conceded just four goals in their opening 10 Premier League games.


3/ David Silva

(Last week: 5)

Does he ever dip below 8 out of 10? Does he ever misplace a pass? Silva showed his usual class, vision and control in Man City’s 1-0 win over Spurs at Wembley and I’ll nudge him up a few spots this week for his sheer, relentless excellence.


4/ Raheem Sterling

(Last week: 4)

There’s a Belgian, a Dutchman and a Spaniard above him but Sterling is surely the best English player over this early part of the season. Set up Riyad Mahrez’s winner at Wembley and caused Spurs problems throughout. Four goals and three assists shows off plenty of end product.


5/ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

(Last week: 6)

“Goals pay the rent and Keegan gets his share,” goes the David Coleman commentary as KK nets twice in the 1974 FA Cup final for Liverpool. Well, Aubameyang is more than paying his way after joining Hazard at the top of the charts with seven. In all comps, he’s banged in eight in six.


6/ Sergio Aguero

(Last week: 3)

Nothing wrong with firing a blank against Spurs but the rankings were close so others have jumped above him due to more profitable weekends. Six goals is a healthy return but as the main striker in this amazing City team there’s a slight element of par for the course about it.


7/ Callum Wilson

(Last week: 8)

Has to climb up a spot after his double in the 3-0 win at Fulham kept Bournemouth punching way above their weight in sixth spot. Wilson’s goals (five) and assists (four) have given the Cherries a cutting edge that’s the envy of far more celebrated rivals.


8/ Mo Salah

(Last week: N/A)

The Egyptian king comes storming back into the charts after returning to last year’s giddy standards by smashing in four goals in the last week. That’s five strikes and three assists in the Premier League after he opened the scoring against Cardiff and set up two more.


9/ Glenn Murray

(Last week: N/A)

The Seagulls have won three games in the top-flight for the first time since 1981 and Murray has netted the winner in two of them. His strike against Wolves at the weekend was his 100th for Brighton so it’s two milestones for him this week as he also cracks our top 10 for the first time!


10/ Marcos Alonso

(Last week: N/A)

It’s five clean sheets out of 10 for high-flying Chelsea and Alonso is making a huge contribution going forward too. A goal, two assists and a constant outlet down the left.

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