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Chelsea's Eden Hazard ahead of Liverpool's Mohamed Salah in Power Rankings chart
Last Updated: 10/05/19 4:54pm
Mohamed Salah and Eden Hazard are neck and neck to win the Power Rankings crown on the final day.
As the Premier League title race goes to the wire, so too does the race to win our stats-based chart - with Hazard and Salah divided by the finest of margins going into Sunday.
The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points for 34 different stats, with Hazard leading the rankings with 16 goals and 15 assists, and Salah a hair's breadth behind with his league-topping 22 goals.
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The Egyptian has been declared fit to return to the Reds' starting line-up against Wolves for the season finale, having missed the 'Miracle of Anfield' after suffering concussion against Newcastle.
Meanwhile, Hazard tops the assist chart, having teed up two goals in the win over Watford last time out to help the Blues secure a top-four finish.
Chelsea travel to Leicester for the final game of their league campaign, while Liverpool will need a win against Wolves at Anfield and require Manchester City to drop points at Brighton in order to win their first league title in 29 years.
Indeed, City's Raheem Sterling has an outside chance of leapfrogging the pair on the final day - to join former Power Ranking champions Riyad Mahrez, Alexis Sanchez and Salah in the hall of fame.
There are also numerous final-day battles for the top-ranked player at clubs, including Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Arsenal, and Ayoze Perez and Salomon Rondon at Newcastle.
Below, we present the the season accumulative chart going into the final day and your club's current top points scorer.
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