The 50 most in-form Premier League players have been calculated


The 2019/20 Premier League season is in full swing after 12 games.

The title race took its latest twist with Liverpool's 3-1 win over Manchester City, while there's a fascinating scrap for the Champions League places that unexpectedly features Leicester City.

And now that the halfway point of the campaign is creeping over the horizon, we can start to get a feel for the players who might be in contention for the PFA Player of the Year award next year.

Kevin De Bruyne has been working midfield magic for City, Jamie Vardy leads the goal-scoring charts for the Foxes and players like Tammy Abraham have been a surprising success.

But let's not look too far into the future just yet. That's because Sky Sports have deployed their 'Power Rankings' this season to assess the Premier League's most in-form players.

50 most in-form Premier League players

The system works by collecting 35 separate statistics from each players' last five games and aggregating them into 'points'

In other words, the process is pretty exhausting and looking at the latest set of results is certainly interesting - so check out the latest top 50 fresh from Sky's headquarters:

50. Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle United): 4,451

49. Tom Davies (Everton): 4,480

Southampton FC v Everton FC - Premier League

48. Steve Cook (Bournemouth): 4,511

47. Robert Snodgrass (West Ham United): 4,531

46. Fikayo Tomori (Chelsea): 4,585


45. James Tarkowski (Burnley): 4,614

44. Andreas Pereira (Manchester United): 4,642

43. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur): 4,663

42. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 4,663

Liverpool FC v RB Salzburg: Group E - UEFA Champions League

41. Jordan Henderson (Liverpool): 4,705

40. Pascal Gross (Brighton & Hove Albion): 4,838

39. Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea): 4,850


38. Mathew Ryan (Brighton & Hove Albion): 4,852

37. Lys Mousset (Sheffield United): 4,911

36. Richarlison (Everton): 5,037

Southampton FC v Everton FC - Premier League

35. Dwight McNeil (Burnley): 5,094

34. Gerard Deulofeu (Watford): 5,129

33. Trezeguet (Aston Villa): 5,164

32. Lewis Dunk (Brighton & Hove Albion): 5,201

Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League

31. Joao Moutinho (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 5,216

30. Federico Fernandez (Newcastle United): 5,260

29. Fabinho (Liverpool): 5,270

Manchester United v Liverpool FC - Premier League

28. Lucas Digne (Everton): 5,305

27. George Baldock (Sheffield United): 5,310

26. Adama Traore (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 5,318

25. John Lundstram (Sheffield United): 5,332

Sheffield United v Burnley FC - Premier League

24. Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 5,372

23. Jetro Willems (Newcastle United): 5,501

22. Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City): 5,564


21. Kurt Zouma (Chelsea): 5,746

20. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool): 5,808

19. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City): 5,913

Manchester City v Watford - FA Cup Final

18. Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth): 5,967

17. Ayoze Perez (Leicester City): 5,981

16. Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City): 6,176

15. Ben Foster (Watford): 6,178

Watford FC v AFC Bournemouth  - Premier League

14. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United): 6,239

13. Tammy Abraham (Chelsea): 6,248

12. Youri Tielemans (Leicester City): 6,344

Leicester City v Arsenal FC - Premier League

11. Willian (Chelsea): 6,551

10. Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City): 6,556

9. Andy Robertson (Liverpool): 6,804

Aston Villa v Liverpool FC - Premier League

8. Ben Chilwell (Leicester City): 6,961

7. Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester City): 6,961

6. Ciaran Clark (Newcastle United): 6,989

5. Sadio Mane (Liverpool): 7,197

Liverpool FC Training Session

4. Raul Jimenez (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 7,198


3. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City): 8,899

Leicester City v Arsenal FC - Premier League

2. James Maddison (Leicester City): 10,042

Burton Albion v Leicester City - Carabao Cup Round of 16

1. Christian Pulisic (Chelsea): 10,345

Burnley FC v Chelsea FC - Premier League

Can we get a round of applause for Pulisic please?

Just 26 days since we included the American in our Premier League XI of outcasts, his Chelsea career has burst into life and he's still riding the inertia of that 'perfect' hat-trick at Burnley.

There's also a slew of Leicester players in the top 10 and the insane statistics they produced during the 9-0 annihilation of Southampton have definitely played a large role in that.

Meanwhile, Jimenez has confidently shaken off any second-season-syndrome symptoms at Molineux and Mane is reiterating exactly why he's one of the world's best players.


But the last five games only count for so much and it will be fascinating to see which players can crack Sky's rankings on the most consistent basis.

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