Sky Sports and Budweiser, official partner of the Premier League and King of Beers, have teamed up to bring you the weekly Power Rankings.
Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin reached the chart summit this week after scoring his fifth goal of the season in a 2-1 win at Crystal Palace, to help the Toffees maintain their perfect start to the campaign.
Team-mate James Rodriguez (No 5) maintained his fine form with team-topping numbers for creating chances and attempted crosses at Selhurst Park - having scored during the 5-2 win against West Brom last week.
Sadio Mane edged into runner-up spot after getting on the scoresheet as Liverpool kept pace with their Merseyside rivals and Leicester in the 3-1 victory over Arsenal.
Tottenham winger Heung-Min Son (No 3) slipped down the chart and suffered a hamstring injury as Spurs only managed a 1-1 draw against Newcastle after referee Peter Bankes consulted with VAR to award the Magpies a controversial stoppage-time penalty.
Kings Of The Premier League
Harry Kane (No 9) retained his standing among the top performers with his fifth assist of the campaign in the stalemate at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, teeing up Lucas Moura (No 56) to break the deadlock midway through the first half.
Reece James (No 10) recorded match-topping numbers for touches, attempted crosses and chances created in the 3-3 draw with West Brom, and Patrick Bamford (No 5) maintained his scoring streak with Leeds' winner against Sheffield United.
Jamie Vardy (No 8) scored a skilful flick and converted two penalties in a 5-2 win against Manchester City, while Tyrone Mings (No 4) got on the scoresheet and Emiliano Martinez (No 7) kept his second successive clean sheet as Aston Villa's cruised to a 3-0 win over Fulham.
Each club's top player
Jarrod Bowen tops the West Ham form chart after scoring twice in the 4-0 win over Wolves, while Andros Townsend's creative returns place him ahead of Wilfried Zaha at Crystal Palace.
Goalkeepers Karl Darlow and Aaron Ramsdale lead the way at their respective clubs, with Danny Ings returning to customary chart-topping form after netting his third goal this term with a matchwinner at Burnley.
Sky Sports and Budweiser, official partner of the Premier League and King of Beers, have joined forces to bring you the Kings of the Premier League show.
On the back of its resounding success last season, the debate will return to your screens at 8pm on the last Friday of every month on Sky Sports Premier League.
Sky Sports presenter Adam Smith and two guests will build an ultimate XI from the top-performing players over the past month, pitting stats against gut as they compare data-driven form charts with Kings of the Match fan votes.
"This show really is the perfect way to pick the team of the month," according to Smithy. "It's never easy picking a dream XI, so let the debate commence."
The show's best bits will play out across Sky Sports' YouTube and the partnership will also deliver the weekly Power Ranking articles every Tuesday on the Sky Sports website and apps.
Sky Sports' very own Jamie Carragher joins presenter, influencer and Arsenal fan Nicole Holliday for the first show as they lock horns, and occasionally agree, to assemble the ultimate team for September.
Sarah Jones, Director of Planning at Sky Media, added: "We're determined to make this season's Kings of the Premier League bigger and better than the last, with increased social activity and the introduction of a squad selector element, which will give the fans even more of a say in who they think should be crowned king every month."
The show kicks off on Friday, October 2, with repeats on Saturday and Sunday, and will run throughout the first four months of the Premier League season.
Do the Premier League's statistical leaders make the cut in this month's XI, or do the fans' favourites earn starting berths? Tune into Sky Sports Premier League at 8pm on Friday to find out...