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(All stats used are courtesy of WhoScored.)
=10) Per Mertesacker & Laurent Koscielny – Arsenal
We couldn’t separate these two, who have arguably formed the best centre-back partnership in the Premier League. While Mertesacker is exceptional in the air and composed in possession, Koscielny carries the ball into midfield and starts the Gunners’ attacks from the back. Together, they make an exceptional pairing.
9) Seamus Coleman – Everton
The Irishman has even outshone the previously more lauded Leighton Baines this term, and beats other impressive Everton players such as Phil Jagielka and Ross Barkley to make the list. Coleman has scored five goal already, and is now finally recognised as one of the Premier League’s most exciting attacking fullbacks.
8) John Terry – Chelsea
Terry’s been the best centre-back in the country this term, and has consistently made heroic blocks and last ditch tackles for an ominously improving Chelsea side. If he keeps his level of play up, England boss Roy Hodgson should surely try and tempt him out of retirement to play in next summer’s World Cup.
7) David Silva – Manchester City
The mercurial Spaniard has averaged 4.1 key passes per match this term, which is more than any other footballer in Europe. His ability to drift between the lines and play intricate through-balls is practically unrivalled, and he’s also assisted scored four and assisted five goals.
6) Eden Hazard – Chelsea
Despite Jose Mourinho’s wealth of attacking options, Hazard is one of the first names on the Chelsea team sheet. He consistently bamboozles defenders with his brilliant skill and mazy dribbles, and he has the ability to cut in from the left and shoot with his powerful right foot. He’s also scored eight, and assisted five.
5) Wayne Rooney – Manchester United
Although teen sensation Adnan Januzaj has impressed everyone this term, Rooney has been United’s best player by some distance. Playing in a more withdrawn no.10 role, he’s scored nine and assisted nine goals, which is an excellent return for a player who’s been predominantly based in an attacking midfield role.
4) Sergio Aguero – Manchester City
The Argentine striker has had his season curtailed by an injury, but before that, was rivalling Luis Suarez for the Premier League Golden Boot. Aguero scored 13 goals, and is a constant menace whenever he steps on the field thanks to his clever runs and wonderful technical ability.
3) Aaron Ramsey – Arsenal
In the first few months of the season especially, Ramsey was fantastic for his in form Arsenal side. The young Welshman passed and tackled in the middle, but also got forward and provided a constant end product. He’s even outshone £42m summer signing Mesut Ozil.
2) Yaya Toure – Manchester City
The giant Ivorian has scored ten and assisted three, which is an exceptional return for a player deployed in a midfield pairing. He arguably has neglected his defensive duties at times, but when he provides such an exceptional, consistent end product, it can be forgiven.
1) Luis Suarez – Liverpool
Way out in front of this list is Liverpool’s exceptional Uruguayan forward. In just 15 matches, Suarez has scored 20 goals, most of which have been extremely pleasing on the eye. He seems to have cut out a lot of the diving and moaning which turned most neutrals against him, and is a heavy, heavy favourite for this year’s Player of the Year award.