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The Premier League’s Top 50 In-Form Players Have Been Named

The Premier League’s Top 50 In-Form Players Have Been Named

Chelsea star Christian Pulisic has beaten fierce competition to currently be named the most in-form Premier League player.

Sky Sports updated its 'Power Rankings' and the 21-year-old American winger, who endured a tough start to life with the Blues, is top of the pile with a score of 10,345.

The Sky Sports Power Rankings allocates points based around 35 different statistics, ranging from assists and scoring to tackling and blocks.

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And points are allocated differently depending on players' positions, with goalkeepers receiving the most points for a goal scored at 4,000.

According to Sky Sports, the rankings are based around the points that a player has earned over their past five matches.

And each previous match they've played in is worth "20 per cent fewer points in incremental deductions."

Posted below are Sky Sports Power Rankings for the top 50 in-form Premier League players.

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50. Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle): 4,451

49. Tom Davies (Everton): 4,480

48. Steve Cook (Bournemouth): 4,511

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

46. Fikayo Tomori (Chelsea): 4,585

45. James Tarkowski (Burnley): 4,614

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

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43. Dele Alli (Tottenham): 4,663

42. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 4,663

41. Jordan Henderson (Liverpool): 4,705

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40. Pascal Grob (Brighton): 4,838

39. Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea): 4,850

38. Mathew Ryan (Brighton): 4,852

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

36. Richarlison (Everton): 5,037

35. Dwight McNeil (Burnley): 5,094

34. Gerard Deulofeu (Watford): 5,129

33. Trezeguet (Aston Villa): 5,164

32. Lewis Dunk (Brighton): 5,201

31. Joao Moutinho (Wolves): 5,216

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30. Federico Fernandez (Newcastle): 5,260

29. Fabinho (Liverpool): 5,270

28. Lucas Digne (Everton): 5,305

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

26. Adama Traore (Wolves): 5,318

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

24. Ruben Neves (Wolves): 5,372

23. Jetro Willems (Newcastle): 5,501

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

21. Kurt Zouma (Chelsea): 5,746

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

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

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

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

13. Tammy Abraham (Chelsea): 6,248

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

11. Willian (Chelsea): 6,551

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

9. Andy Robertson (Liverpool): 6,804

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

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

6. Ciaran Clark (Newcastle): 6,989

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5. Sadio Mane (Liverpool): 7,197

4. Raul Jimenez (Wolves): 7,198

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

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

1. Christian Pulisic (Chelsea): 10,345

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Topics: Football News, Football, Premier League, Sky Sports, Sky

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