As you should – but may not – have known, it was Saint George’s Day last week.
To mark this often-overlooked occasion – albeit belatedly – we have decided to bring you a list of the top 10 English players based on their performances in this season’s Premier League.
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The list is not based on opinion – but hard stats. Using Whoscored.com’s complex – and somewhat controversial – algorithm…
Some of the players deserve to make the list, but some are very, very lucky.
Somehow, Chelsea captain John Terry, who has had a sensational campaign, fails to make cut. In fact, according to Whoscored, he has only been the 94th best player (of all nationalities) in the Prem this season, with an average match rating 7.05/10.
Lies, damn lies and statistics…
10th. John Stones – Everton (35th overall)
Average match rating of 7.27/10