The six players in contention for the PFA Player of the Year award were announced earlier this week.
Ruben Dias, Bruno Fernandes and Harry Kane are arguably the three frontrunners to win the prize.
They are joined on the shortlist by Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Phil Foden.
While those have been named the six best players in the league this season, who were the worst?
View who Darke selected in his worst team of the season below...
GK: Hugo Lloris
LB: Benjamin Mendy
CB: Eric Bailly
CB: Davinson Sanchez
RB: Hector Bellerin
LM: Ryan Fraser
CM: Ross Barkley
CM: Donny van de Beek
ST: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
ST: Rhian Brewster
GIVEMESPORT'S James Stroud says:
Some of these selections by Darke are a bit harsh.
Lloris definitely doesn't deserve to be in this XI. Tottenham had a poor season but he was not at fault.
He kept 12 clean sheets and conceded just 45 goals in 38 games. He made the ninth most saves in the league, too.
It's also harsh to include Van de Beek. Yes, the Dutchman has not performed anywhere near expectations since signing last summer.
But he's hardly been given an opportunity to shine for Man United. He played just 511 minutes in the Premier League this season and only made four starts.
Aubameyang also doesn't deserve to be included. His standard has dipped from previous seasons but it's unjust to include a player who hit double digits for goals from the wing.
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Some players are deserving of making the XI, though.
Brewster has also been ineffective for Sheffield United, failing to hit the back of the net in 30 games since his £25m move from Liverpool last summer.
He's still young, though, and has plenty of years to get his career back on track.