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Top 5: Most important Premier League players in 2013/14

Bright future ahead for Lallana (©GettyImages)
Bright future ahead for Lallana (©GettyImages).

The Premier League is simply unpredictable at the moment, a number of teams battling in the relegation zone, while the top-flight teams are edging ever closer to the prestigious title.

Take a look at some players who have performed to the highest of standards and have made a substantial impact for their clubs...

5) Adam Lallana (Southampton)

What a great player he has been this season; Lallana has proved to be an all rounded player producing some moments of magic including his superb solo goal against Hull City in November.

The Englishman has blossomed so far in the campaign, and could even have a bright future for the England national team.

Goals: 4

Assists: 5


4) Eden Hazard (Chelsea)

Seems obvious that Jose Mourinho has an immense amount of faith in the Belgian, who is a frequent starter in the Premier League.

Chelsea haven’t played attractive football in the Mourinho era yet, however it is fair to say Hazard has adapted to the side very well this season, with a slew of attacks on the left flank and quick acceleration to beat defenders.

The 22-year-old is simply flourishing under Mourinho this season.

Goals: 7

Assists: 7

3) Yaya Toure (Manchester City)

The title favourites Manchester City are unstoppable at the moment, as they are still unbeaten at home and are definitely not easy to beat, especially with the presence of midfielder Yaya Toure.

The Ivorian can be unplayable at times and has been extremely consistent since the Premier League campaign has kicked off.

Such a powerful player who has vigorous strength, Toure has all the attributes to guide City to success, he has even proven to be one of the best free-kick takers in England at the moment.

Goals: 9

Assists: 3

2) Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)

Where would United be without Wayne Rooney? David Moyes has battled his way through games this season, and it would not have been possible if Rooney wasn’t in the line-up.

The centre forward has played an integral role for the Red Devils this season, with the injured Robin Van Persie out for some weeks, Rooney has carried this United squad through some potentially disastrous results.

Moyes must be relieved that he kept one of the most important players in the club, and did not sell the England forward to any arch rival clubs.

Goals: 9

Assists: 11

 1) Luis Suarez (Liverpool)

There isn’t much to say except that Luis Suarez is debatably the most lethal striker in the Premier League this season. Liverpool have come over leaps and bounds with Brendan Rogers, despite the loss against Manchester City on Boxing Day, the Reds gave a good attempt in a pulsating game at the Etihad Stadium.

The main man Suarez is able to work effectively with his team as he has connected tremendously well with the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson which has led him to score plenty of goals.

Liverpool must finish in the top four in order to keep the Uruguayan and store a place in the Champions League. Liverpool’s glory days may return, if Suarez maintains his scintillating form in the Premier League.

Goals: 18

Assists: 11

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Wayne Rooney
Adam Lallana
Luis Suarez
Gnegneri Toure Yaya
Premier League
Eden Hazard
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