Who is red in the Premier League right now? Sky Sports ranks every player in the last five matchdays …
Mohamed salah knocked down the Leeds winger Raphinha (No 3) atop the table after playing Sadio Mane and putting in a sensational solo effort to extend his season tally to six league-leading goals in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City.
Everton winger Andros Townsend (No 2) scored for the second game in a row to save a point in a 1-1 draw at Manchester United, with Abdoulaye Doucoure (No 9) registering his fourth Premier League assist.
Leeds stopper Illan Meslier (No 4) retained his top 10 with a clean sheet in the 1-0 win over Watford – a result that ultimately cost Xisco Munoz his job – while the Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale (No 5) climbed into the top flight with his third shutout in four starts in a goalless draw at Brighton.
How are power ratings calculated?
Power rankings are based on the points awarded to players for 35 different stats – from goals and assists to blocks and tackles. The leaderboard takes into account the number of points a player has earned in the previous five game days of a season, with each previous game being worth 20% less points in incremental deductions.
Tottenham midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (No 6) broke the deadlock in a 2-1 win over Aston Villa, as Wolves signed the summer Hee chan hwang (No 7) scored a brace against Newcastle – his third goal in just two starts.
Versatile Manchester City full-back João Cancelo (No 8) and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy (No 10) also ranked among the best players – the latter scoring a usual goal in just 10 touches in 90 minutes in a 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.
In terms of each club’s player form, there are several goalkeepers leading the way in their respective clubs: Ramsdale, Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa), Robert sanchez (Brighton) and Alex mccarthy (Southampton).